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Henry Bonsu is the presenter of Shoot The Messenger, Vox Africa English's flagship current affairs programme. He was born in Manchester of Ghanaian heritage and is a modern languages graduate from Oxford University. Henry has worked extensively in radio and TV for both BBC and commercial stations, and written columns and features for national newspapers including the Evening Standard, the Times, and The Guardian, and specialist ones like the Voice, New Nation, and Pride. In 2006 he entered the commercial radio business, launching Colourful, a DAB radio station aimed at people who love their soul music and their news and current affairs. Henry has presented documentaries on BBC 2, BBC Radio 4, and World Service, and is a regular contributor to Press TV, SKY News and Al Jazeera.
Welcome to Shoot the Messenger online, an hour of passionate debate about issues that matter to Africans at home and abroad. Join Henry Bonsu and his panel of very special guests as they navigate through the weekly paper review, the big stories of the week, books, events, as well as plenty of arts and culture! Every Sunday at 13:00 GMT. STM is produced by Juanne Fuller. To contact the production team you can send an email to stm ' @ ' voxafrica.com.