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More than 90 different ethnic groups are represented in Dunedin, and Dunedin Multi Ethnic Council exists to ensure we all have the same rights and responsibilities. Join rotating hosts Dr. Lux Selvanesan, Andrew and Chai and chat ladies and guests for helpful information, topical discussion and a celebration of diversity.
 
Hi readers, welcome to Literary Gupshup, Pune's first podcast on literature and writing. I, Vikas Prakash Joshi, your host and founder, will interview Pune's best known writers, translators and creative personalities to answer the questions you had but were too scared to ask."How does one improve as a writer?" "How difficult is it to get published?" "How do you market yourself as a writer?" These are just some of the questions that I answer through these podcasts. For guys and girls new to t ...
 
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In this podiobook: More Sonic Fiction is the short story anthology sequel to the successful Sonic Fiction exclusively at Podiobooks.com.Like its predecessor, More Sonic Fiction does not fit into any one genre. Instead, it is an exciting mix of today's bes
 
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WoW Wonderful WomenBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
DMEC executive - Post Federation AGM reviewBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Ainee Cha - Mindfulness School Holiday WorkshopBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Clare Turdle & Mateus Detoni - Our lives in Aotearoa New ZealandBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Culture and Migration factorsBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Willa Faber - Africa DayBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Together Against Racism - Tyler WestBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Extinction Rebellion - Join this week's host, Andrew, as he talks to Jen Olsen and Abby Spilg-Harris from Extinction Rebellion Otepoti about Climate Change resistance and the difference that ordinary citizens can make. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Rape Awareness Week & The 'What I was Wearing' Exhibition - Join this week's host, Andrew, as he talks to Dr Melanie Beres, Associate Professor Angela Wanhalla & Co-President of Thursdays In Black Otago Tanya Findlater about the upcoming Rape Awareness Week 'What I Was Wearing' Exhibition - 29th & 30th April 10:00am-5:00pm in the Union Hall at ...…
 
Niha Jalota - Colourful Women of DunedinBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Dr. Mai Tamimi - a Muslim community representative, and the Middle Eastern Integration Coordinator from Arai Te Uru Whare HauoraBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Mohammed Rizwan - Chair Otago Muslim AssociationBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Prof. Paul Hunt - Human Rights commissionerBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Chai & Chat ladiesBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Edie Pont - H&S Consultant - Grandmother of 8 - Recognition of International Women's DayBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
WoW Wonderful Women - Hsiu Ping - Update on Koru playgroup, Chai and chat, and future activitiesBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Koru PlaygroupBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
WoW Wonderful Women - ValBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Te Tiriti o Waitangi - Join this week's host, Andrew, as he talks to Hemi and Paula Pirihi - Indigenous Rights Advisers for the Human Rights Commission - about Indigenous Rights and how to incorporate Te Tiriti o Waitangi into our everyday lives.Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
WoW Wonderful WomenBroadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nzBy Otago Access Radio.
 
Saunoamaali’i Dr Karanina Sumeo - EEO Commissioner - oin this week's host, Andrew, on DMEC On Air as he talks to Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner, Saunoamaali’i Dr Karanina Sumeo about exploitation in the workplace, violence against women, and working with Pasifika communities.Broadcast on Otago Access Radio www.oar.org.nz…
 
At the age of seven, Varsha Seshan discovered she wanted--and could be--a writer. Since then, there has been no looking back. She wrote through her college years at Junior Herald, the children's supplement of Maharashtra Herald, where over 20 stories of hers were published. The budding writer has now blossomed into a confident author for childr ...…
 
'Sowmya will not be quiet'. Author of the best-selling and hilarious Mayil will not be quiet, Sowmya Rajendran has written eight books for children and now has launched her first book for adults titled The Lesson. A feminist to the core, Sowmya Rajendran takes on trolls and makes it clear that they will not deter her from speaking her mind, war ...…
 
Deepak Dalal, son of celebrity chef and author Tarla Dalal, threw away his chemical engineering career to write 'Indian stories' for children who till then only had Hardy Boys and Sherlock Holmes to read. His books span the vast diverse landscapes of India, from the breathtaking Lakshadweep to Ranthambore, from the mysterious Andamans to Ladakh ...…
 
Leela Gour Broome, born to a Dutch mother and Maharashtrian father, loves nature, words and playing pranks (not necessarily in that order). A true Fauji brat, having lived for nine years on a tea plantation near Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu, her love for nature shines through in her two books for children The Red Kite Adventure and Flute in the For ...…
 
Literary Gupshup comes to you this week from the cultural capital of Gujarat-Baroda! We chat up Vikrant Pande, translator of Marathi classics like Rau, Shala and Shrimaan Yogi. In his day job, he is the provost of Team Lease University and passionate about skill development. Listen in as he discusses finding a publisher, daily practice and keep ...…
 
Well-known translator, writer and professor Vilas Salunkhe, prolific both from Marathi to English and vice versa English to Marathi opens up about his over 20 years in translation, the perils of depending on it for money and of course why nobody takes translation seriously.By VIKAS JOSHI.
 
Funny, sarcastic, witty but never dull-Gouri Dange needs no introduction. She is in a sense the true Puneri writer. As a columnist, novelist, writer, essayist, editor and now parental advice giver, she continues to entertain two generations. Here she opens up about who she really is.By VIKAS JOSHI.
 
A journalist, a writer, a translator-Prasanna Keskar has played many roles. In this candid talk, he opens up about his journey from being a lad in a small village, Marathi medium schooling to the editor of an English newspaper. There was also coffee in between :)By VIKAS JOSHI.
 
In our first episode of Literary Gupshup, we interview Dharmakirti Sumant about his journey from starting off writing to winning the Sahitya Akademi Yuva Puraskar.By VIKAS JOSHI.
 
We interview Mini Srinivasan, the award-winning writer for children, educationist, teacher and get her insights on writing for kids, time management and her (not so) nice views on self publishing.By VIKAS JOSHI.
 
-In this episode: In the near future, death row inmates are used as movie stuntmen and the actors become executioners. When one star's fame begins to fade, he tries carrying his act over to the real world.
 
-In this episode: Seymour the Seer was infallible. Infallibly wrong. But there were ways to exploit that..!
 
-In this episode: Why only burn fat for a few hours per week, when you can stay in the fat burning zone all day, every day? Philip finds out.
 
-In this episode: Corey and Pete were going to teach those f--ks from Long Island a lesson. But they didn't wanna hurt no one...
 
-In this episode: Insomnia. A valuable foil-wrapped item in the freezer. A hired thief. Desiree. Eggs and sausage. Anger. A hot shower. Desire, Hunger, Thirst.
 
-In this episode: As a customer service representative at a consumer robotics company, Austin's life is pretty dull. Then he learns about a company program to replace human customer service reps with robots, called The Austin Project.
 
-In this episode: The first moments of a robot's existence; Starting life with a purpose.
 
-In this episode: It's hard making a living as a weapons smuggler, and harder still when your partner pulls you into an old clan vendetta. What's harder still is when they find out the secret you've so desperately tried to keep hidden...
 
-In this episode: On the brink of exhaustion and madness, a horrified young woman is on the run from someone or... something. For Mature Audiences Only.
 
-In this episode: The battle between the sexes takes on new meaning as one mandiscovers the shocking truth women have been covering up for thousands ofyears.
 
-In this episode: What should have been a simple plan to finish off a dying dragon turns into a nightmare for a group of fame-seeking heroes.
 
-In this episode: While breakfasting on eggs and sausage at a diner, Dylanstruggles to come to terms with his emotionally abusive girlfriend, hisswollen testicles and his x-ray vision.
 
-In this episode: The dangers of taking things literally. WARNING: Containssimple truths some might find blasphemous.
 
-In this episode: What if being dead was the least of your problems? Part 1 of 3.
 
-In this episode: Dead people need love too. Part 2 of 3.
 
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