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21 Apr 2022
Award-winning Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé is back with her soon-to-be-released fourth studio album, "Let's Say for Instance". She stopped by the FRANCE 24 studios to chat about making the record, as well as her move from a major to an indie label. The musician also tells us about filming one of her new videos in Paris, media coverage of her sexuality and taking part in a charity concert for Ukraine.
28 Oct 2021
Oludemilade Martin Alejo also known as YCee in this exclusive interview with GuardianTV talks about his music, new album, life, and his feeling for actress Genevieve Nnaji.
15 Aug 2021
Families of refugee athletes who come from Kenya's Kakuma settlement have been sending them prayers and messages of hope, before they compete at the Olympic Games. They are among 29 athletes and refugees scheduled to compete in Tokyo in 12 sports, under the banner of the Olympic flag, according to the UNHCR. This is only the second appearance of the IOC Refugee Olympic Team. The first was in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
11 Aug 2021
It is unpardonable that the website of the Nigeria Olympic Committee, in an Olympic year, and five years after the conclusion of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, has nothing about the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics, but is replete with articles related to an event that took place half a decade ago. We can only hope that this lapse and other blunders noted in this video that cost Team Nigeria dearly at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will be corrected before the Paris 2024 Olympics.
5 Aug 2021
This was the moment England and Arsenal forward Bukayo Saka walked into a wall of letters from fans.
13 Jun 2021
GuardianTV speaks with the fighting championship, Israel Adesanya's parents, Femi and Taiwo Adesanya about Israel's UFC career, family, and what he thinks about being a Nigerian. However, Israel Adesanya put on yet another dominant striking display to defend his middleweight title against Marvin Vettori in the main event at UFC 263.
13 Jun 2021
GuardianTV speaks with the fighting championship, Israel Adesanya's parents, Femi and Taiwo Adesanya about Israel's UFC career, family, and what he thinks about being a Nigerian. However, Israel Adesanya put on yet another dominant striking display to defend his middleweight title against Marvin Vettori in the main event at UFC 263.
14 May 2021
On September 12, 2019, Tomi Waziri, an Uber driver, was driving from 1004, Victoria Island to Ajao Estate to drop off a passenger when in a traffic jam at the popular Apongbon Bridge, known for nefarious activities, two youths with locally made guns came up to his car window trying to rob him of his phone and other valuable. Panicking, he turned away to get his phone but as he turned to the armed robbers, what he heard was a loud bang. He was shot in the face with a local gun filled with pellets. Tobi lost his sight on the spot and has remained blind ever since even after medical assistance. Rather than Tomi falling into depression and lose all hope as he could no longer use his eyes, he decided to give back to humanity as a part of his healing process.
2 May 2021
From Eve and her apple to Madame Bovary or the Scarlet Letter, stories of adulterous women have long fascinated and scandalised readers, with most heroines meeting a tragic end. Yet author Gina Frangello wanted to avoid telling a cautionary tale with a neat and happy ending, as she recounted the events that shook up her marriage and her sense of self in her unflinching memoir “Blow Down Your House”.
26 Feb 2021
On The Process this week, Matthias Aragbada talks about how he uses animation to teach culture.
13 Feb 2021
Valentine is some hours away and many people are eagerly awaiting what their loved ones would gift them. If you got flowers, would it be a yay or a nay and what would your ideal Valentine gift be?
12 Feb 2021
Valentine is coming! You still have a chance to shoot your shot. With just 15 seconds to pick up a girl, which pickup line are you using? Listen to what these guys came up with!

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