The African History Network was designed to help people of African descents to gail knowledge of their history and culture that has been stripped from us over hundreds of years. We focus on educating, empowering and inspiring people of African descents.
Bletchley Park is the historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during WWII.
It is the birthplace of modern computing.
Winston Churchill described the Codebreakers as "The geese who laid the golden egg but never cackled."
Here you will find stories told by the codebreakers, staff and volunteers, audio from events and lectures, stories which are still emerging and reports on the progress of the development of Bletchley Park.
London Link Radio is a small community media charity which provides opportunities for people who are under-represented in the mainstream media, incl refugees/migrants.
See also our project at Acland Burghley school: http://aclandburghley.wordpress.com