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Untelevised: The Podcast

Untelevised: The Podcast

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We all want to be part of changing the world, right? Join hosts Fisayo and Mona as they meet an array of people who have dedicated themselves to doing just that. Using open, honest conversations they explore what change really looks like and how we can all play our part in it. Whether you’ve held a placard at every protest or have just learnt the term ‘ally’, this is the place for you!

To discuss what you’ve heard or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our instagram/twitter @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com
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18. So, what might an alternative democracy look like? CITIZENS’ ASSEMBLIES
In our continuing deep dive into democracy, this episode we’re exploring something called Citizens’ Assemblies. Based on the principle that politicians should be replaced by everyday people and decisions made through deliberation rather than along party lines, Citizens’ Assemblies are the most direct form of democracy that we’ve looked at so far. But are they a viable alternative to governing society en-masse? We’re joined by Valerie Brown of the Burning Pink Party to find out. Learn - what is a Citizens’ Assembly? (4 mins 20 secs) Discuss - Valerie Brown, Burning Pink Party (11 mins), find them on Twitter (Valerie)/ Twitter (Burning Pink); Facebook (Valerie)/ Facebook (Burning Pink); Instagram (Valerie)/ Instagram (Burning Pink); Website Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 2 mins) Things we mentioned*: Valerie Brown’s Mayoral Manifesto, Burning Pink Party Manifesto, Burning Pink Party Website, Join Burning Pink, Donate to Burning Pink, Donate to Valerie Brown, Digital tools for Citizens Assemblies (Research), Citizens Assembly Tracker (Involve), Extinction Rebellion Guide to Citizens’ Assemblies, Involve's Guide to Citizens’ Assemblies, "The Deliberate Rebellion" Documentary (Extinction Rebellion), Extinction Rebellion Website, DiEM25, Sortition Foundation,  What if we replaced politicians with randomly selected people? (Brett Hennig/ TED x) To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our website (untelevised.co.uk), Twitter or Instagram (both @untelevised_tv) or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Sponsored by the Lankelly Chase Foundation.
01:14:47
July 20, 2021
17. So, should MEDIA be democratic?
We're continuing to explore democracy, as the 'ordinary' persons opportunity to contribute to the conversations that govern our societies. This episode, we're turning our focus to its fourth pillar, the media. The British media has notoriously been labelled ‘Pale, Male, Stale and Posh’ based on the fact that our journalists are predominantly white (94%), male (55%) and university-educated (86%). However, technology is transforming this landscape, making way for what we call ‘citizen journalism.’ Citizens or ordinary people are now documenting what they see, hear and think in ways that would have been impossible just a couple of decades ago. Playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analysing and sharing news and information. We take a deep dive into what this means for society. We're also announcing some exciting news! Learn - what is democratic media? (3 mins 20 secs) Discuss - Carrina Gaffney, Lankelly Chase (10 mins 15 secs) find them on Twitter/ Website;  Ceri Dingle, Worldwrite/ Worldbytes (36 mins 15 secs) find them on Facebook/ Twitter/ YouTube/ Vimeo/ Website Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 15 mins) Things we mentioned*: Democracy Episode; Lankelly Chase; Lankelly Chase News and Media Fund; Worldwrite/ Worldbytes; Worldbytes free camera training; How to be a Citizen Journalist (Filmanthropy); Full Fact Fact Checker; First Draft Fact Checker; Snopes Fact Checker; Bureau Local; Press Association; National Union of Journalists (NUJ); Impress; Public Interest News Foundation To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our website (untelevised.co.uk), twitter or Instagram (both @untelevised_tv) or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our Hosts are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Mona Bani Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is Olivia Melkonian Our Communications are Sophie Billington Our Soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Our Sponsor is the Lankelly Chase Foundation
01:28:20
July 7, 2021
16. So, what's it like to run as a CANDIDATE?
For the last few episodes we've been exploring democracy, as the 'ordinary' persons opportunity to contribute to the conversations that govern our societies. We started by looking at it in theory and applied it in practice to both our workplaces and our housing.  This week, off the back of some of the biggest elections (outside of a general election) in recent times in the UK, we're speaking to two every day people who have decided to step into the forefront of our democratic process by running as candidates in their local elections. We explore what motivated them to run, the experience of running on both a practical and emotional level and what change might look like from within the system. Learn - what are the different levels of government? (3 mins 20 secs) Discuss - Sakina Sheikh (8 mins 20 secs) find them on Facebook/ Twitter/ Website/ Wikipedia;  Pippa Maslin (45 mins 20 secs) find them on Twitter/ pippamaslin@hotmail.co.uk Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 33 mins) Things we mentioned*: Democracy Episode; Introduction to standing as a candidate in the UK (The Electoral Commission); Standing for Parliament in the UK (UK Parliament); Rules for running in a UK election (Electoral Commission); 6-Step Guide to becoming an MP (50:50 Parliament); Become a Councillor (gov.uk);  List of Political parties in the UK; Political Parties currently in the UK Parliament; Join the Liberal Democrats; Join the Labour Party; Join the Green Party; Join the Conservative Party; Platform London; Merton Green Party; REPRIVE; Keep Our NHS Public  *We have listed the most popular parties in the UK, there are many other options so please do your own research To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our website (untelevised.co.uk), twitter or Instagram (both @untelevised_tv) or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our Hosts are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Mona Bani Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is Olivia Melkonian Our Soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief
01:46:54
June 23, 2021
15. So, can HOUSING ever be democratic?
So, this episode we're continuing on with our exploration of democracy, as the 'ordinary' persons opportunity to contribute to the conversations that govern our societies. And we're taking it from theory into practice again by looking at how democratic principles might be applied to a living environment. To do this we’re talking to London Renters Union and Sandford Housing Cooperative. Learn - what is democratic housing? (2 mins 50 secs) Discuss - London Renters Union (10 mins 45 secs) find them on Facebook/ Instagram/ Twitter/ Website; Sandford, Housing Cooperative (43 mins 25 secs) find them on Twitter/ YouTube/ Website Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 21 mins) Things we mentioned: Democracy Episode; Democratic Workplace Episode; Socialism Episode; Food Episode; Capitalism Episode; Workers' Rights Episode; Radical Housing Network; Take Back the City;  Generation Rent; Hackney Diggs; Rent Strike; Peoples Empowerment Alliance for Custom House (PEACH); Sisters Uncut; Radical Routes; Diggers and Dreamers; Confederation of Cooperative Housing; Scrap Rent Debt Crisis Campaign To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our website (untelevised.co.uk), twitter or Instagram  (both @untelevised_tv) or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our Hosts are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Mona Bani Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editors are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Olivia Melkonian Our Soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief
01:38:38
April 21, 2021
14. So, can WORKPLACES ever be democratic?
Last episode we explored democracy, as the 'ordinary' persons opportunity to contribute to the conversations that govern our societies. We took a deep dive into the theory of the concept and discovered that it has reach far beyond the ballot box. This week we are taking it from theory into practice by looking at how democratic principles might be applied to a work environment. To do this we’re exploring two different democratic working structures - Workers Cooperatives and Employee Owned Businesses.  Learn - what are democratic workplaces? (4 mins) Discuss - Riverford, Employee Owned Business (18 mins) find them on Facebook/ Instagram/ Twitter/ YouTube; Suma, Workers Cooperative (51 mins) find them on Facebook/ Instagram/ Twitter/ LinkedIn  Share - what can we all do? (1 hour 25 mins) Things we mentioned: Democracy Episode; Workers' Rights Episode; Socialism Episode; Capitalism Episode; Ethical Consumption Episode; Ethical Consumer Magazine; Ethical Consumer Framework for Measuring Ethics; Ethical Consumer Framework Explained Further; Cooperatives UK; Cooperatives UK "The Hive"; Employee Ownership Association To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our website, twitter or instagram  @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our Hosts are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Mona Bani Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is Olivia Melkonian Our Soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief
01:41:28
April 7, 2021
13. So, what do we mean by DEMOCRACY?
Politics shouldn't be separate from everyday life. The decisions that are made by an elite group in Central London. Because politics inform everything we do and we feel the impact of political decisions constantly.  Democracy is promoted globally as the answer to this. The 'ordinary' persons opportunity to contribute to the conversations that govern our societies. But what does participating in democracy actually mean? Have we taken it so for granted that we seldom stop to reflect and assess how it is working? This episode we are doing exactly that. Exploring what democracy should ideally look like, what it currently does looks like and why there is a gap between the two.  Learn - what is democracy? (7 mins) Discuss - Oliver Sidorczuk, Social Justice Campaigner (14 mins 25 secs) find him on Linkedin/ Twitter; Anjan Sundaram, Journalist (48 mins) find him on Wikipedia/ Facebook/ Twitter/ Website/ TED Talk Share - what can we all do? (1 hr 22 mins) Things we mentioned: Register to vote in the UK; Upcoming elections in the UK; Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill; Full Fact Fact Checker. To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our website (www.untelevised.co.uk), twitter or instagram  (@untelevised_tv) or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our Hosts are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Mona Bani Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editors are Olivia Melkonian and Fisayo Fadahunsi Our Soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief
01:46:17
March 24, 2021
12. So, what might an alternative society look like? STADSNOMADEN
Last episode we explored socialism, as an increasingly popular alternative to our current capitalist system. We took a deep dive into the theory of the ideology; exploring its origins and principles. This week we want to take this theory into practice and look at what an alternative society might look like in a 21st century context. To do this we’re chatting to some of the residents of Stadsnomaden (or City Nomads). An alternative community in Nijmegen, the city that's been named the 'communist city of the Netherlands'. Learn - What is Stadsnomaden? (6 mins) Discuss -  Bruna, Max and Willemijn, find Stadsnomaden on Facebook/ Instagram/ Twitter/ YouTube/ Website/ Worldpackers; (13 mins 45 secs) Share - What can we all do? (43 mins) Things we mentioned: Community Land Trust, Community Food Growers Network, Community Food Growers Network Film, Chav Solidarity Book, The Tyranny of Structurelessness Essay Don’t forget to check out our brand new website www.untelevised.co.uk! As always, to discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our twitter or instagram  @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our Hosts are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Mona Bani Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editors are Olivia Melkonian and Fisayo Fadahunsi Our Soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief
01:01:32
March 10, 2021
11. So, what do we mean by SOCIALISM?
The term ‘socialism’ is becoming more and more mainstream. As people grow increasingly disillusioned by capitalism and seek alternatives to it, political figures like Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn have helped to propel the ideology into popular conscience. Support is especially high amongst younger generations with the majority of Brits under 60 favouring socialism and 70% of American Millennials saying they prefer socialist candidates. But things haven’t always been this way. The idea of socialism has existed for centuries and for much of that existence it has faced heavy criticism. So what has changed? Is it our collective consciousness or has the meaning of the word evolved?  We're taking a deep dive into this. Asking what does socialism really mean? What might it look and feel like? How might we get there? And, most importantly, does it present a real alternative to Capitalism?  Learn - what is Socialism? (3 mins 10 secs) Discuss - Azar Majedi, find them on Wikipedia/ Facebook/ Instagram/ Twitter/ YouTube (9 mins 15 secs) Share - what can we all do? (49 mins) Things we mentioned: There are lots of Free versions of the Communist Manifesto available online, here are just a few different options PDF 1 (Free), PDF 2 (Free), PDF 3 (Free), Kindle (Free) If you would like a physical copy, the cheapest we’ve found (at the time of publishing) is at WHSmith (£1.25) and there are lots of copies available on ethical book websites World Books and  E Books.   To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Twitter or Instagram  (both @untelevised_tv) or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our Hosts are Fisayo Fadahunsi and Mona Bani Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editors are Olivia Melkonian/ Fisayo Fadahunsi Our Soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief
01:02:41
February 24, 2021
Bonus: So, what has 2020 taught us?
Untelevised is all about exploring social change and no year in recent history has brought more change than 2020. For our wrap up episode, we’re reflecting on what that change looked like and all of the things that we learnt, discussed and shared in the year. And this episode our special guest is you! From nurses, to bus drivers, to lawyers, to youth workers and even parents turned teachers… we hear your reflections on the year that's passed and hopes for the year to come. To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our twitter/instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is Olivia Melkonian
36:42
January 8, 2021
10. So, what are WORKERS' RIGHTS?
Many of us take our rights for granted, but people have fought for decades to get us the rights we have and are still fighting to preserve and improve them. This year, the global onslaught of COVID-19 made us all realise how precarious working life can be and showed the inequalities between the privileges of many desk-based jobs versus frontline or manual jobs. Brexit will also inevitably affect our working rights, but how? This episode explores the history of unions and workers movements, gives practical tips for what all workers can do and our guests really inspire us with their optimism and wealth of knowledge. Learn - What are Workers' Rights? (4 mins) Discuss - Gareth Lowe, Regional Officer of trade union Unite @GarethLowe3 (10 mins); Dave Smith, author of Blacklisted @DaveBlacklist (25 mins) Share - What can we all do? (1 hour) To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is Olivia Melkonian
01:10:36
December 15, 2020
9. So, what do we mean by CAPITALISM?
Capitalism has dictated how the world functions for centuries. And for almost as long, there have been people who challenge its principles.  Recently, this discontent has seems to only be growing - with climate crisis posing a threat to our collective future, millions living below the poverty line, the economic and social shocks of the coronavirus pandemic and the richest 1% constantly accumulating more wealth - Gen Z and Millennials especially seem to be growing increasingly disillusioned with the system. So we're dedicating an episode to it. What does capitalism actually mean? Where does it come from? Who does it benefit or harm? And, most importantly, how might we escape it? Learn - what does capitalism mean? (3 mins) Discuss - Economy @ecnmy/ @EconomyAsks (9 mins) Share - what can we all do? (37 mins) Things we spoke about this week - Economy website To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is Olivia Melkonian
46:40
December 2, 2020
8. So, is FOOD political?
Food is one of the most universal and simple things in life. We all need it. We all think about it every day. Whether we have it or not. There's no getting away from it.  In the age of COVID-19, we've seen a spike in the conversation around food -  the rise in emergency food aid distribution and food bank use,  the pictures of people stockpiling everything from pasta to plain flour and it seems you can't turn on any news channel without hearing Marcus Rashford's name.   This might all seem very recent, but this episode we explore how food has always been a political issue the help of two lifelong campaigners on food equality to find out why. Learn - What's political about food? (1 min 50 sec) Discuss - Chris Mould @ChrisMould, Former Chair of @TrussellTrust Foodbank Network and award-winning social entrepreneur (9 min 10 sec); Dee Woods @Didara / @osunschild Food Campaigner and Co-Founder of Granville Community Kitchen (37 min 18 sec). Share - what can we all do? (56 min 32 sec) To discuss what you’ve heard or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. Our soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief  Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is  Olivia Melkonian
01:01:14
November 18, 2020
7. So, can CONSUMERISM ever be ethical?
The way that we live means that we are constantly consuming - from the food we eat to the clothes we wear to the things we watch on the telly. But what effect is this consumption having on us and the people/ environment around us? We discuss what the word 'ethical' means and how we might apply it more in our daily lives, with two companies fighting hard to change the way that we consume. Learn - what does ethical mean? (4 mins, 44 secs) Discuss - Ethical Consumer @ethical_consumer_magazine/ @ec_magazine (9 mins, 44 secs); Know The Origin @knowtheorigin (33 mins) *We apologise as there are some sound issues this week with our interviews. The perils of virtual recording!* Share - what can we all do? (58 mins) Things we spoke about this week - Petition to support Iranian Activists, Ethical Consumers Guide to Ethical Banks To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Our Researcher is Katja Rackin Our Editor is Olivia Melkonian
01:07:16
November 4, 2020
6. So, what do we mean by GRASSROOTS?
Grassroots is a word we've used constantly, since the very first episode, so this week we thought that we'd explore what it actually means.  What makes work grassroots? Why and how do people choose to operate this way? and is it as romantic as it seems? Similarly to last week, we're exploring these questions from both a professional and personal standpoint; with one guest having founded a community project from his own back garden, and the other having dedicated her career to helping hundreds of projects grow from the grassroots up. Learn - How do we define grassroots? (2 mins 10 secs) Discuss - Ian @kmt_may, Co-founder & Director of May Project Gardens  (5 mins); Beau, Head of Development & Volunteering at Merton Voluntary Services Council (35 mins). Share - what can we all do? (61 mins 30 secs) To discuss what you’ve listened or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Artwork by Katja Rackin
01:09:24
October 20, 2020
4. So, who am I listening to? MEET FISAYO
This episode we're doing something a little different. We've realised you might want to know who you're listening to each episode - why are we so interested in social justice? who are we to be asking these questions? what are we doing ourselves in this field? So this week we're introducing Fisayo, one of our hosts and the Founder of Filmanthropy. She talks about her passion for sharing diverse narratives and how a combination of her West African heritage and London upbringing have guided her passions for social justice. To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Artwork by Katja Rackin
40:32
September 22, 2020
3. So, who am I listening to? MEET MONA
This episode we're doing something a little different. We've realised you might want to know who you're listening to each episode - why are we so interested in social justice? who are we to be asking these questions? what are we doing ourselves in this field? So this week we're introducing Mona, one of our hosts and the Co-Director of May Project Gardens. She tells us all about her childhood in Denmark, her activist parents and alternative schooling which laid the foundations for who she is and why she does the work she does. To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Artwork by Katja Rackin
34:02
September 9, 2020
2. So, how do we change SYSTEMS?
Following on from our exploration of uprisings, this episode we're taking a look at the systems that uprisings are fighting to change. What are these systems? Who creates them? And who are they serving? We ask two people who simultaneously work both within and outside of mainstream systems to give us their unique perspective on the most effective ways to create change. Learn - What are systems? (3 mins 15 secs) Discuss - Lela, former Assistant Chief Executive at Islington Council @kogbara (13 mins 30 secs); Cleo, former Lord Mayor of Bristol @cleolakecreativity @CleoDanceBaton (38 mins) Share - what can we all do? (57 mins) To discuss what you’ve listened or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our Instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Artwork by Katja Rackin
01:05:13
August 26, 2020
1. So, what's an UPRISING?
Welcome to Untelevised: The Podcast, the place to discuss social change. For our first episode, we’re exploring uprisings, one of the most common triggers for social change. It’s a word we’ve heard more in the last few months than ever before. But what does it mean? What causes them? And most importantly, what follows them? We discuss this and more with two self-identified activists at very different stages of their journey. Learn - what is an uprising (3mins 40 secs) Discuss - Azar, veteran activist @azarmajedi (13 mins); Aba, recent activist @aba_abroad/ @justice_forblacklives (47 mins 35 secs) Share - what can we all do? (1 hr 8 mins) To discuss what you’ve listened to or to see more from Untelevised between episodes, head to our instagram @untelevised_tv or write to talk2untelevised@gmail.com Untelevised: The Podcast is produced by Untelevised, a joint platform between Filmanthropy and May Project Gardens. The soundtrack is ‘Ground is a Cloud’ by Child of Chief Artwork by Katja Rackin
01:15:18
August 12, 2020