'NO-GO-ZONES is a black youth radio project in South London created and run by myself as part of my sound art research activities. Between May and July 2007, weekly workshops led to a series of 6 one hour radio broadcasts on London’s Art Radio Station Resonance104.4fm run and presented by the participants. A CD was launched with a special event in October; the project was funded by the Arts Council England’s Grants for the Arts programme, Camberwell College of Arts and Southwark Council. Dissemination relating to No Go Zones includes; from 9-13 July, the BBC World Service showcased the NO-GO-ZONES project on their 'outlook' show with daily excerpts from the NO-GO-ZONES on-line archive and a studio interview with the young production team at the end of that week; established links with ‘sound scape rhythms’, a weekly programme on the Canadian station cjam in order to test the grounds for communities around our common concerns and interests.( Cjam broadcasts worldwide <www.cjam.ca.> and on air across the border in both Canada/ USA); radio Grenuille in Marseille; Bushradio in Cape Town; an intercontinental radio event in the autumn 2007, in conjunction with Black History Month.