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Independent Radio Station based at SOAS, University of London. Broadcasting music and speech content with a focus on Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
London UK · For our full content, go to www.soasradio.org

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Independent Radio Station based at SOAS, University of London. Broadcasting music and speech content with a focus on Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
London UK · For our full content, go to www.soasradio.org

    SOAS Leads the Conversation: Islamophobia in UK Institutions

    SOAS Leads the Conversation: Islamophobia in UK Institutions

    This two-part episode looks at issues of Islamophobia on university campuses, in the media and across political institutions. I was fortunate to be able to speak to Professor Alison Scott-Baumann (SOAS) and Professor Mathew Guest (Durham University) about their Islam on Campus research. My colleague Dr Rob Faure Walker had an engaging discussion with Zeeshan Ali from MEND, and Richard McNeil-Wilson from the European University Institute in Florence.


    Alison and Mathew's research


    iCoP initiative


    MEND


    European University Institute

    • 57 min
    Panjab In My Eye // Episode 12

    Panjab In My Eye // Episode 12

    Back by popular demand, Panjabi In My Eye Episode 12. Giving exposure to some recent and not so recent releases, flips and mixes. Featuring artists such as Straight Bank and CheemaBeatz amongst others.

    Indian farmers sit steadfast at Delhi against the centre in opposition to the three farm acts passed by the Parliament of India. This episode is published on the 140th birthday of Chacha Ajit Singh (23-Feb-1881), anti-colonial steppa and uncle of Bhagat Singh, who led the 'Pagri Sambhal Jatta' movement against the British anti-farmer 'Punjab Colonisation Act' 1906. 'Pagri Sambhal Jatta', a song by Banke Daya, has been embedded in the Panjabi psyche as a chant of resistance. The ballad has made a comeback over a century later at the current farmer protests at the borders of Delhi.
    Panjab, Panjabi, Panjabiyat. Standing with Indian farmers. Kisaan Majdoor Ekta Zindabad

    #Panjabinmyeye #soasradio

    • 28 min
    Global Sports Conversations - Interview with Andrew Hunter

    Global Sports Conversations - Interview with Andrew Hunter

    In this interview with CISD Master's Students Itoro-Abasi and Phebeana, Andrew Hunter gives an insight into his time at Port Adelaide Australian Rules Football Club, his current responsibilities & projects at Minderoo Foundation, and graciously exposes us to the inner workings of sports diplomacy and Australian bi-lateral relations.

    • 29 min
    Bollo Speaks Episode 6 - Money

    Bollo Speaks Episode 6 - Money

    Bollo Speaks is a collaboration between the SOAS Access, Participation and Student Success team, and community partner Bollo Brook Youth Centre. Each episode is created entirely by the young people, with conversations around Identity, perception and more, soundtracked by their own music, recorded at Bollo Brook's in-house studio.
    This episode is about money and what it means to some of the young people of Bollo.

    • 30 min
    That's The Spirit! Issue #15

    That's The Spirit! Issue #15

    We're back with a new episode of That's the Spirit. In this episode, the Spirit Senior Editorial Team takes you through our favourite articles of Issue #15.

    We discussed an exclusive interview with SOAS' new Director, Professor Adam Habib, and recapped his future plans for the university. We went over our International news section, and shared our thoughts on the tragic death of Mohamud Mohammed Hassan following a night in police custody. We also reflected on the ten year anniversary of the Arab Spring, and then moved on to discuss an exciting new photo essay we have in our Features section. Finally, we gave a scathing review of the new Netflix series, Bridgerton, and concluded with conversation about the gender politics of female surfing.

    We also interviewed two of our Section Editors to get the scoop for this month, so be sure to give this a listen!

    • 28 min
    DanDana Episode #18 with Rasha Nahas

    DanDana Episode #18 with Rasha Nahas

    On top of the high mountains of Haifa, by the Mediterranean sea there lies a vibrant scene of Palestinian music, from which singer songwriter Rasha Nahas emerged. With her guitar and poetic voice, Rasha’s music talks about the personal, political, space, movement and emotions.

    On the eve before the release of Rasha Nahas’ debut album, DanDana host and producer Christina Hazboun delves with Rasha Nahas into the music scene in Haifa, what tunes inspired her and what magical ingredients Rasha has sprinkled into her debut album Desert.

    • 55 min

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