Best of Both Worlds Podcast is a show for Liberals, open minded intellectuals, accommodating of others opinion, and open to change, where different perspectives, opinions, or point of view on varying topic is put forward for discussion.
A weekly published podcast that features different school of thought, beliefs or ideology ranging from relationships, culture, family, religion, career, and more.
The idea is to have people with varying opinions come discuss it out on different topics, and find a balance where we can all relate and coexist, which will only make the world a better & safe place.
Finally.....I was able to bring this episode to your listening pleasure. I sat down with Hafeestonova of the"ChaCha Podcast", and we spoke on the Nigerian Music Awards system and some of the highlights of the music scene. Listen, send your feedback and comments, and follow us on IG -@bobwpodcast and Twitter-@bobw_podcast. Thank you!
Are you curios about who the host of this podcast is, what I'm up to, and couple of other things? Then, listen to this episode where I was interviewed on Star 103.5 FM, Free Town, Sierra Leone. I had to be asked the questions this time around, but I enjoyed it😁. Listen, Share, and drop your comments. IG: @bobwpodcast Twitter: @bobw_podcast
Will you take the Covid-19 Vaccine? I got some interesting responses when I conducted a survey to understand people's perspective on the Covid-19 Vaccine and if they will be willing to be administered the Covid-19 Vaccine, when it is eventually available in Nigeria. Listen to this episode to get their response, and also learn a few things about the Covid-19 Vaccine. IG - @bobwpodcast Twitter- @bobw_podcast
Yaaaay, I was finally able to have an episode dedicated to the Presidential election of the United States, and all the events which surrounded it. Joining me for this conversation is and old school friend, who lives and work in the United States, Folajimi Buraimoh. We looked at the Pre, During, and Post-election events as it unfolds in the Democratic settings of the US. Join this conversation by listening and sharing your thoughts. IG - @bobwpodcast Twitter - @bobw_podcast.
Yaaaaay! My excitement is way through and above the roof as i type this. It is only by God and everyone that has contributed in any way to this podcast, that I'm able to kick start the second phase of it. Last season was amazing, and after a whole year, I'm more anxious to unfold the more amazing contents for the second season. Just like we did before, join me again as we journey through the realities and fantasies of this new season. It promises to be fun as also. Welcome! We are on Instagram @bobwpodcast and Twitter @bobw_podcast. Follow, and join the conversation.
We had to highlight Jerry John Rawlings aka JJ Rawlings, one of Ghana's revolutionary leader who passed away on Nov 12, 2020. To do the honors, JJ Attakpah joined me from Ghana and we went through the life and legacies of the great African leader. You definitely will enjoy listening to this, don't listen alone, share with friends also. JJ Attakpah is on Twitter as @JJ_attakpah and Facebook @Jacob Johnson Attakpah, feel free to connect with him, and us @bobw_podcast on Twitter and @bobwpodcast on Instagram.
I had to take a break away from my normal activities, as I needed to fully process the realization we found ourselves in. As a result of the incessant police brutality and bad governance, the Nigerian youth took to the streets in solidarity. In what seemed like a moment of hope for us, it was soon shattered by the turn out of events which led to the unfortunate #Lekkitoll mayhem on Oct, 20-2020. Chris Osiobe and I discussed all of these, and how we are faring after 3 weeks of its occurrence. You can reach Chris on Twitter @krytoffe and IG @Chrisosiobe. Follow us on Twitter @bobw_podcast and IG @bobwpodcast
The recently concluded Edo state gubernatorial election was riddled with lots of drama, Nigerians stood still as event unfolds leading to the declaration of the incumbent governor; Godwin Obaseki as winner. All these events and drama is what was discussed on this episode. Blessed Omonose did justice to this and the issue of God-Fatherism in Nigeria. Listen, enjoy, and share your thoughts.
I had a great time on this episode, discussing with my Igbo friend, the rights of the female Igbo to her father's inheritance. This old Igbo custom has deprived the female child of succeeding her father and this is just another discrimination and injustice. Nnamdi and I also discussed other vices against the female gender. You should listen to our enlightening conversation, enjoy! And please share, as well as drop your thoughts.
Yeaaaah! I enjoyed making this episode, as I grooved to some Dancehall music from Jamaica. Lisa Hanna went viral with a campaign song made by Dancehall Queen 'Spice'. The admirable life of Lisa is highly commendable and so with this episode, I'm hoping we have more women like Lisa here in Nigeria. Listen, Share, and Enjoy!
Pictures were shared, while women thought to join the global trend. What they didn't realize was that the challenge stemmed from a more somber place, one that sought to speak out against the high rate of Femicide and Gender Base Violence (GBV) across nations. In this episode, I challenge every human to not only join the bandwagon but also help in stopping these injustice against women. So now, the question to ask yourself is, challenge accepted?
2020 has been so much of a drama queen, and a toxic one at that, we just cannot wait to be over and done with, and move to 2021. So in this episode, I have discussed few tips to help us get through the remaining 6 months left in 2020. Listen, learn, and enjoy!.
Life truly is a great teacher, and this period has left us all with a lesson or two. This time, we discussed all the lessons that could be got from the pandemic due to the ravaging communal disease known as Corona virus. Listen to get informed!
Yet another great conversation! This time, I had on the show my high school friend who resides in Houston TX, USA. We discussed the current situations relating to the nation wide pandemic. Interesting and enlightening. Enjoy and share!
I'm bringing you another conversation around the Nation wide pandemic brought about by the Covid-19 virus. On this episode of the lockdown series, I had Shem from Kenya, and we looked at current situation in Nigeria and Kenya. Listen and enjoy!
On this episode, I spoke with my cousin, Ray, who lives in South Africa, and we looked at the current situations of the Covid-19 and how Nigeria and South Africa is dealing with the virus. You should listen. Intuitive and Interesting. Don't forget to share! Kindly forgive the brittle sound from my speaker.😊
Everyone is facing the new reality as a result of the Pandemic caused by Covid-19 virus. These series will feature my close friends and family and how we are coping and adjusting to the lockdown, how it has affected us and what we are learning from it. Listen and enjoy!
Its a rough time for everyone as we experience the breakout of the Covid-19 known as Coronavirus. People have been asked to stay home in order to curb the spread, and to get through this isolation period, I have shared few tips on how to. Kindly listen, drop a comment and share.
I had a guest on this episode (Mo Sibyl) and we discussed the alarming rate at which Nigerians move abroad, she is a Nigerian living abroad, and we looked at the vacuum this migration is causing and how we can curb the menace before we loose all our productive citizens. Please listen and share your thoughts.
You live in Lagos, or know anyone who does, or intending to relocate to Lagos, you should listen to this episode. I shared few tips on how to cope with working and living in Lagos state, one of Africa's most populous city. Like they say, shine your eye!😌
So I decided to speak on public display of affection known as PDA, I figured not a lot of us is so keen on Valentine celebration, while a lot of us are. While some people may get infuriated by a lot of display of affections this coming days, its okay for people to show love, you may just wanna catch the bug....please listen and share.
This episode is to enable my listeners get to know a thing or two about Adetayo!, the host of the 'Best of Both Worlds' Podcast. I spoke about my vision for the podcast and what I'll love to achieve with it, and also about the things that i love to do. Hope you enjoy listening!
Being a good conversationalist means you are able to hold great conversations with people. This basically helps you get through life situations and enables you keep relationship with people. I discussed some tips on how to become a good conversationalist on this episode of Best of both World Podcast, with Adetayo! Enjoy!