Apache Indian gets BBC local radio show
BBC WM and BBC Coventry and Warwickshire are to broadcast ‘A Celebration of Music and Culture in the Midlands’ with Apache Indian.
The show will air this Sunday 8th June from 6pm till 8pm as the musician celebrates 25 years in the music industry.
He’ll have two hours of music, conversation and entertainment on BBC WM and BBC Coventry & Warwickshire standing in for regular Midlands Masala presenter Arshia Riaz.
A spokesperson says: “The special ‘Evening with Apache’ one-off show also features some great guests, studio discussion about issues close to Apache Indian’s heart and is a unique opportunity to get to know the Birmingham-born man behind world-wide hits like ‘Boom-Shakalak’ and ‘Arranged Marriage’ and who was the first ever Asian presenter on BBC Radio 1.”