Nadine White studied English Literature at the University of London. She is a LAMDA trained, award-nominated Journalist and Content Creator who has dedicated the last five years to carving out her career - contributing to popular national, international & online news platforms.
Nadine is particularly passionate about News, Entertainment, Lifestyle and Culture; when she’s not jet-setting across the Atlantic Ocean to interview stars and producing specialist radio programmes then you can find her playing chess, sipping vino blanco with family or baking up a storm.
She is currently undertaking postgraduate studies in Multimedia Journalism at the UK's top NCTJ school.
Gina Yashere: 'Black people are too complacent... we sit back and let people tread all over us'
Discussing the lack of black faces on British TV, not being a role model, and 'bullshit comedians'.
'I deplore anyone that seeks to divide our communities and attack one above the other'
We met Operation Black Vote CEO Simon Woolley to discus the Blacks Don’t Vote campaign.
KCL trying to demonise climate protesters, claim students
“When you get institutions like that…you basically get corruption. People aren’t held to account; it’s basic, liberal, political theory. It’s not radical to say that.”
Milo Yiannopoulos's ‘Privilege Fund’ exclusively for white men is a sobering example of what's wrong with society
Fund founder Milo Yiannopoulos clings to the wrong end of the stick.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd announces crack down on international students
Rudd also spoke of a crackdown on work visas, mandatory immigrant status checks and a review of the resident labour market test.
Interview: Noel Clarke
The celebrated film maker discusses the last installment of the Hood movies, Stormzy and what's next.
Kidulthood: A blueprint for UK cinema
When Kidulthood was released in 2006 it kick-started a game-changing movie franchise that laid-bare the reality of British inner city life.
BLM UK protests: Moving the discussion off social media and into the real world
This ‘shutdown’ has helped to formalise the presence of BLM UK.
Millennials bypassing big job opportunities because of long application processes
Graduates are disheartened by big businesses' poor communication skills when applying for jobs.
The Legacy of Channel U
Darren Platt, and his Channel U, has left a lasting mark on the face of UK music.
Our response in the UK to America's racist police killings should be to protest the same thing happening here
“Don’t be the stupid idiot who thinks because we live in the UK that black people don't experience racism from the police, don't be so flipping naive.”
New 'Black Studies' degree: Is this what our education system needs?
UK academia needs to become more culturally integrated if social mobilisation is to continue.
Defying Gravity: The many versions of love in Wicked: The Untold Story of The Witches of Oz
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, Nadine White assesses some of the various presentations of love in award-winning musical Wicked.