“Noni” is YANGA!’s magazine chat show, focusing on the lifestyle issues that matter to women across the African diaspora.

Noni will be your regular morning rendezvous which will be just like sitting down for a catch-up over a coffee with your mum, sister, auntie or best friend!

Each week host Juliana, alongside her regular team of panellists, will chat about topics ranging from film and fashion to reviews and performance artists whilst sharing your favourite recipes and even make-up tips. Noni talks about the stuff that matters to African women.

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Latest episodes

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  • Series 3: Episode 25

    The Black History Month

    22:01 Entertainment, Lifestyle
  • Series 3: Episode 29

    The perception of black men in society and the ethnic...

    21:41 Entertainment, Lifestyle
  • Series 3: Episode 28

    Society’s attitudes toward disability

    22:00 Entertainment, Lifestyle
  • Series 3: Episode 27

    Gender equality in the workplace

    22:00 Entertainment, Lifestyle
  • Series 3: Episode 26

    Pageantry, self confidence and overcoming anxiety

    22:01 Entertainment, Lifestyle
  • Series 3: Episode 24

    Gender roles in a marriage and prenups

    22:01 Entertainment, Lifestyle
  • Series 3: Episode 23

    Colourism and light skin privilege

    21:31 Entertainment, Lifestyle
  • Series 3: Episode 22

    Empowering young children

    22:01 Entertainment, Lifestyle

Clips

  • Want to catch Symplysimi in concert? Here’s your chance!

    DURATION: 00:19
  • Gentrification

    Series 1, Episode 2

    DURATION: 00:47
  • Me Too Movement

    Series 1, Episode 4

    DURATION: 00:42
  • Naming and Shaming

    Series 1, Episode 2

    DURATION: 00:56
  • Shopping when black

    Series 1, Episode 3

    DURATION: 00:38
  • Home-grown Business

    Series 1, Episode 3

    DURATION: 00:51
  • Feminism

    Series 1, Episode 4

    DURATION: 00:37

Meet the Presenter: Juliana Olayinka

Juliana Olayinka is an award-winning broadcast journalist and busy mum of three.
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