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A new podcast from The New Arab, a leading English-language website based in London covering the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, and Arab and Muslim affairs around the world, bringing you news, culture, and lifestyle from these regions and beyond. Mirroring our diverse coverage, the podcast combines storytelling and news analysis to bring our listeners something familiar yet new. Visit our website for more quality journalism: thenewarab.co.uk
 
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Book a Week

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Book a Week

CEPT Library & Center for Research on Architecture and Urbanism

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Book-a-Week is a weekly podcast in an author-interview format featuring new books on architecture and cities published in the last five years. Every week young scholars from the fields of architecture, urbanism and design research will interview authors of recent books on diverse topics from architectural history, design theory, and ecological thinking to urban studies and anthropology. Each episode is imagined as a reflective, genial conversation on the book, its context, significance and r ...
 
Kabir (1440 - 1518) was a mystic poet and saint of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement.The name Kabir comes from Arabic Al-Kabir which means 'The Great' - the 37th Name of God in the Qur'an.Kabir was influenced by the prevailing religious mood of his times, such as old Brahmanic Hinduism, Hindu and Buddhist Tantrism, the teachings of Nath yogis and the personal devotionalism of South India mixed with the imageless God of Islam. The influence of these various doc ...
 
HistoryChatter offers an informed take on our shared pasts. Designed and performed by Anirban Bandyopadhyay (Ph.D.), a trained historian and writer, the podcast offers a perspective on the past that shows how multiple interpretations of our pasts and our histories emerge. HistoryChatter believes diversity is not, difference and that difference does not produce inferiority of superiority. More importantly, it believes the past is made of many stories, and many more stories about the past will ...
 
Coping with coronavirus’ fruits of boredom? Well, make our Asia House Arts In Isolation series your favourite playlist and belt them out — and open a window so others can hear.Pretty much everything from the Louvre to the NBA has been closed, cancelled or postponed. But it takes more than that to really cancel culture. Because if you can’t visit art, we bring it to you. We can still remain connected to the creative voices who help us make sense of our times.
 
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Ear to Asia

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Ear to Asia

Asia Institute, The University of Melbourne

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Ear to Asia is produced by Asia Institute, the Asia research specialists, at the University of Melbourne, Australia. In Ear to Asia, we talk with Asia researchers to unpack the issues behind news headlines in a region that is rapidly changing the world. Subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
Kabir (1440 - 1518) was a mystic poet and saint of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement.The name Kabir comes from Arabic Al-Kabir which means 'The Great' - the 37th Name of God in the Qur'an.Kabir was influenced by the prevailing religious mood of his times, such as old Brahmanic Hinduism, Hindu and Buddhist Tantrism, the teachings of Nath yogis and the personal devotionalism of South India mixed with the imageless God of Islam. The influence of these various doc ...
 
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SASSpod

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SASSpod

Center for South Asia

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The South Asian Studies at Stanford (SASS) Podcast features conversations between the Center for South Asia at Stanford and guests who have a connection to Stanford as faculty, staff, students, or alumni. The podcasts feature a wide range of topics, ranging from poetry to politics, from manuscript collecting to music, from business to Bollywood. Every podcast consists of an informal and informative conversation about South Asia and its meaning in the world, in our lives, and at Stanford.
 
We live in a confusing time, bombarded every day with news from around the world that can be hard to follow, or fully understand. Let Worldly be your guide. Every Thursday, senior writer Zack Beauchamp, senior foreign editor Jennifer Williams, and staff defense writer Alex Ward give you the history and context you need to make sense of the moment and navigate the world around you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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In tha Name a' Gawd! – Irish podcast

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In tha Name a' Gawd! – Irish podcast

Raymond McCullough: Kingdom Come Trust, Northern Ireland

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Faith-based radio show from Belfast, Northern Ireland - a selection of music, (Celtic, Jewish, worship, rock); NEWS from Bread NEWS International, (Kingdom Come Trust); and inspiring and topical interviews from around the world. The original show was produced in 1993, but the NEW international show (2008) is now being broadcast on satellite, internet and AM/FM stations. Produced by Raymond McCullough, Precious Oil Productions Ltd
 
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Shakespeare Alive

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Shakespeare Alive

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

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Theatre professionals, artists, vloggers and other guests from around the world join resident Shakespeare Birthplace Trust experts Paul and Anjna to discuss Shakespeare's place in the 21st century. We hear about their relationships with Shakespeare in the modern world and take a fresh look at Shakespeare in today's society.
 
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Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been sentenced to jail for inciting unrest and breaching Covid-19 rules, a verdict condemned by human rights groups and governments around the world as a travesty of justice. Since February's coup, the ruling junta has consolidated its power, not only through the arrests of Suu Kyi's party members, but a…
 
The Constitution 18th Amendment Bill, which attempts to change section 25 of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation, was voted on by members of the National Assembly.Institute of Race Relations’ Gabriel Crouse spoke to Radio Islam International; the purpose of the Bill was to amend section 25 of the Constitution to pr…
 
According to a scientist from the University Of Pretoria (UP) Commercial, off-the-shelf hand sanitisers used by the general population in Gauteng and Tshwane, do not have the recommended alcohol concentration, and are frequently mislabeled according to local and international norms.According to Dr Abdullahi Ahmed Yusuf, Senior Lecturer in Entomolog…
 
Sunaina Shah talks to Ebba Koch on the book titled ‘The Mughal Empire from Jahangir to Shah Jahan: Art, Architecture, Politics, Law and Literature’. The book is edited by Ebba in collaboration with Ali Anooshahr and published in 2019. It is a collective volume of articles written by 14 eminent scholars, and it takes a multidisciplinary approach to …
 
Fareed welcomes South African human rights lawyer and the founder of the Health Justice Initiative in South Africa, Fatima Hassan, to discuss travel bans and the unequal distribution of vaccines around the world. Then, will the vaccines hold up against the Omicron variant? Fareed asks Moderna’s founder and chairman, Noubar Afeyan. Also, with tensio…
 
Middle-class men in Victorian Britain launched a movement between the 1840s and 1860s against shaving. They believed bearded men enjoyed divine blessing and shaving caused cancer and blindness and made men irreligious, irrational, and unhealthy at once. Their anxiety probably reflected growing imperial anxiety and a new pattern of masculinity for m…
 
In the north of Durban, a community leader from the informal settlement of Blackburn near the UPL chemical factory in Durban says many people in the area are experiencing illnesses they've never had before.The spill came during the unrest after the factory was allegedly infiltrated and set alight. It led to a series of chemical spills, resulting in…
 
This week on The New Arab Voice, Rosie McCabe (@RosieMcCabe3) joins us to discuss the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus and the steps being taken to by governments in the Middle East to prevent further infections. And then, we examine the recent coup in Sudan, and ask what's next for the country, and why does it experience so many military cou…
 
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