Conversations with South Asian people going against the grain. Co-hosted by artist @AlmassBadat, filmmaker @AaronChristian_ and comedian @ReubenChristian1.
Ep 23 - Discussing Mogul Mowgli
Riz Ahmed's film Mogul Mowgli had us in our feelings, but they're mixed...
Ep 22 - KABILAN RAVIRAJ - Evolving Wedding Photography
From street photography to re-defining South Asian wedding visuals, Kabs puts it all into focus.
Ep 21 - Lockdown Self-Care Tips
We share ideas on how to look after ourselves during a winter lockdown.
Ep 20 - ZINNIA KUMAR - Facing Colourism on both sides of the Lens
Published scientist, chartered ecologist and model Zinnia explains how facing colourism has shaped her mission.
Ep 19 - Halloween Special: Scariest Childhood Memories
It’s Halloween - time to re-live some childhood trauma.
Ep 18 - DANNY SANGRA - The Power of Boredom
Accomplished filmmaker, writer, illustrator and photographer Danny explains how doing nothing, leads to everything.
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Love the name of the podcast.
We need more podcasts that talks about the brown experience, such a creative, fresh, funny and relatable podcast. Every single episode is very relatable my favorite episode is 'Therapy is Liberating Us’, such an excellent discussion.
Need more of the actual “podcast” and less talk about the “podcast”
Initially interesting concept, but actually this is being done almost to death now. However did raise a chuckle or two. Ignore my comments if you wish, but I’m exactly the demographic - British born Asian to immigrant parents, Londoner, with professional career going against the grain of Asian community expectations, and often the only brown woman in the room. You “creatives” need to earn your keep, step up a bit, don’t be so obvious, do yourself proud.
And please for the love of every god that people have ever prayed to, please stop brainstorming the concept of the pod, just do the pod - the audience don’t need to know every single detail about how and why you’re doing every little thing.
Fresh Funny Brilliant
Love this trio and their energy. The conversations are always so interesting and they get really good guests that share real insight into their creativity and culture. I’m not South Asian but I find the space for learning and listening so helpful. And I feel grateful for this pod as a tool for cultural exchange.