The City of Bradford continues to celebrate the launch of its latest online television B4B TV with two new amazing presenters who are great change makers in the City of Bradford .
Jerry Crawford and Esther Osakwe are the latest role models to join the B4b Television crew.
B4B Television is not only aimed at promoting the amazing stories of Bradfordians to the rest of the world, it is also aimed at promoting local news, a wide range of stories from different sectors and so much more.
VISIT – https://bradford4better.com/b4b-tv/ TODAY
INFORMATION JERRY A ND ESTHER CAN BE FOUND BELOW
Jerry Crawford is a Community Worker/Activist, Event Organiser , Audio Engineer , Community Stars Winner, Change maker & Covid 19 Community Champion.
He helped set up Bradford’s 1st community recording studio running music projects for the social disadvantaged.
Over the years he has been involved in many community projects and worked in partnership with numerous organisations.
In 2020 he helped to organise peaceful protest for George Floyd.
Collective Impact also helps individuals, families or whole communities to bring about social change and improve the quality of life in our local area. They act as the link between communities and a range of other local authority and voluntary sector providers, such as the police, social workers and teachers.
Jerry Crawford AKA Red Dred who has been very instrumental in many music/media based projects and events. He has over thirty years of experience of Djing and organising events.
Over the decades Jerry has provided entertainment at many functions weddings ,raves, house parties christening, birthdays, community events,festivals and carnivals
Jerry is also a radio presenter which he has been doing for over 25 years.
Jerry Crawford is one of the first pioneers to introduce house music to Bradford.
Jerry worked at Livestock Records Bradford’s 1st dance music record shop. He set up Bradford’s first acid house rave all nighter. In early 90s Jerry set up Reuben Sounds
Bradford’s 1st community recording studio at Bradford Community Arts where he started running music production and dj mixing courses. Over the decades he has worked with many organisations such as
The Youth Services
The Princes Trust
Raise The Roof
and many more schools, community groups and charity organisations.
He is now working with Collective Impact a community organisation based at Mapa.
Osakwe Nonyelum Esther, popularly known as ONE, is a 35-year-old mother of three who wants to make a difference in Bradford and beyond.
Originally from Nigeria, Esther lived in Colchester and Milton Keynes before making Bradford her home 6 years ago.
Her passions include education, empowerment, music, children, food and faith.
She is a creative artist with a special talent for all things rest and relaxation and currently undergoing a master programme in dance movement psychotherapy at the University of Derby.
Esther volunteers in several local and international organisations supporting change and improving quality of life globally. She’s also the founder and director at Life Improvement Consults C.I.C.
Chief amongst her achievements and recognitions is her title as the Miss commonwealth for Africa 2021/22.
She hopes to leave her world better than she met it.–
Osakwe Nonyelum Esther (HRH)
Educator and Consultant
Mental Health, Well-being & Fitness Coach.