Twice-weekly discussion about China's engagement across Africa and the Global South hosted by journalist Eric Olander and Asia-Africa scholar Cobus van Staden in Johannesburg.
Safari with us to Kenya's incredible wildlife parks. We'll discover the best spots to see lions, leopards, elephants, and more!
A podcast covering the African startup ecosystem; the players, dynamics, trends and stories
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A gay, millennial from Chicago presents theories & rantings on pop culture as well as great dating advice and opinions on hood shxt. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kenya-jaye/support
This Podcast is all about making you amazing from Your Mind, Body, Spirit and Self Esteem! When you understand your value....you'll never settle for less than your worth!
Vibin Kenya podcast is all about what the Kenyan audience is listening to. (songs, trending topics, albums reviews and other fun stuff...) Instagram/FB/twitter: Vibin_Kenya
History as told by the people who were there.
A uniquely produced radio show mixed and presented by Dr. Kenya Oscar Radoli, the technology social entrepreneur on Mawalking Radio (www.mawalkingradio.com) and Pittsburgh's WRCT 88.3 FM (www.wrct.org) on Saturday at 8-10 pm EST. The show intentionally contributes to Pittsburgh's diversity programming and occasionally features Afro House, Soulful House, Deep House, Funk, R&B, Reggae, Dancehall, Soca, Calypso, Afro Beats, Afro Jazz, Rhumba, and Hip Hop. Enjoy, subscribe, and support the growt ...
Welcome to Bishop OB's Podcast.This and others messages preached by Him will change your christian life and walk with God.Listen now!
Come join us (Ken and Steve) as we interview guests from all walks of life: athletes, CEOs, regular folks and the works on It's Not All Black and White". Stay tuned in for more. This podcast's guests will range from Average everyday friends to professionals, CEOs, Journalists, Athletes, and more!
An hour of historical reporting told by the people who were there.
Welcome to the audio podcast of Calvary Chapel of Eldoret, a church pastored by Josh Lawrence. We believe in impacting people’s lives through the bible which is the only inspired and infallible word of God. We hope these teachings will increase your knowledge of Jesus Christ and help you grow in His grace.
This podcast is about Feminism in Africa. However, most discussions will focus on issues affecting women and minorities in Kenya, specifically Luo Nyanza. The Vagina has been shamed and shunned for all the wrong reasons. This podcast is about demystifying misconceptions about feminism in other languages apart from English and, most of all, the experiences of African Vaginas in Kenya.
Tune in while Ken discusses his life in music and more. Stories and tunes from his 30 year career as a touring and recording musician - The Watchmen - Ken Tizzard and Music for Goats - Thornley - Big Wreck - Ron Hynes and more...#6 on the Top 35 Canadian Music Podcasts You Must Follow in 2021:https://blog.feedspot.com/canadian_music_podcasts/
Kenyan Stories is the home of some of our most exciting stories from all over Kenya and the world. For the past twenty years, I have extensively covered people from all walks of life. There is a story in all of us! Please enjoy. I am Global Executive Strategist Business & Leadership Scaling (ILS) expert. I specialize in growing talents, scaling businesses, and bringing clarity to individuals and corporates in uncertain times. Daniel Duwa Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kenyanstoriesb ...
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“Ken’s Think Tank” is a web series talk show that takes place . . . in my truck! My name is Ken Collins. I pick up guests who want to chat about a topic of interest to them, we grab some coffee, and we drive through town chatting about their topic of choice. You never know what’s going to happen on these drives – so tune in to find out! All episodes are available in video format at http://KensThinkTank.com
"Genealogy Roadshow" host and author of "The Family Tree Toolkit," Kenyatta D. Berry looks into genealogy, ancestry, and family history as well as what it means to have enslaved ancestors, and interviews with experts in the field.The music for this podcast is "Good Vibe" by Ketsa.
The African Trumpet is a podcast run by The Elephant, a platform for engaging citizens to reflect, re-member and re-envision their society by interrogating the past, the present, to fashion a future.
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This cast is about African Athletes with a focus on Basketball in Kenya and Eastern Africa.
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Hosts Gavin Scott (from Chart Beats: A Journey Through Pop) and Matthew Denby work their way through all the singles produced by Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman (SAW), starting in 1984 with "The Upstroke" by Agents Aren't Aeroplanes and taking in hits by Dead Or Alive, Hazell Dean, Bananarama, Princess, Mel & Kim, Rick Astley, Kylie Minogue, Sinitta, Jason Donovan, Divine, Sonia and more, as well as lesser known chart misses. Bonus interviews and discussion: chartbeats.com.au/saw ( ...
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"My First Time" brings together voices and stories on a topic that is to date highly taboo, but have a place in changing perceptions. These stories, once internalised, have the potential to improve the lives of millions, not only in Kenya but around the world, in putting an end to period poverty.
Daily radio program in Maasai by Adventist World Radio, for Kenya & Tanzania
Spotlighting African Excellence. Hosted by the literal dynamic duo of a techie and an artiste; the podcast highlights personal growth and development by interviewing high performers, thinkers and subjects. Good things totally come in twos; the hosts - Kamande and Kigondu present a canvas for convos and interviews, the awakened and African, the creative and the technical, exploring living and being born, riding strong on their rendition of the Bob Dylan quote.. ”If you are not busy being born ...
This is basically home to everything Kenyan. We bring to light untold stories and events about the Kenyan way of life. Amazing and equally devastating experiences that Kenyans go through and we also bring on board guests from all walks of life to share their experiences and insights. We do all these on a lighter note because we believe life is too short to be serious all the time.
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Hellooo you, welcome to your home of weekly motivation and weekly conversations. My name is Justin Mureti your host and this is your Monday and Wednesday podcast. On this podcast we try our very best to make the world a better place for each other and bring in a bit of motivation to start off your week. So brace yourself, anchor yourself in and enjoy. For any business inquiries you can find this podcast on Instagram @kenyanteenlife_podcast and also on twitter, you can also find the host on I ...
Real apologies from real people around the globe. Each short episode showcases an apology ranging from hilarious to heartbreaking. Hosted by the show's creator Brett de Hoedt. The show is intimate - total strangers reveal themselves - and genuinely most diverse. Apologies come from China, Palestine, Australia, Bangladesh, Macedonia, New Zealand, Kenya, the Philippines, India and more. Original score by Brian Wallace.
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This platform will connect you with different shows broadcast on Zanj Radio and others exclusively. The African Continental Show will air every Monday. A Penny for you Thoughts will begin a series that will highlight stories from Kenya and beyond. It will feature diverse topics including alcoholism and substance abuse, mental health and suicide, leadership failures and successes, cultism and other humanitarian crises that happened or are happening in Africa. . Thank you for being with us.
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Are you worried about our planet? Do you feel the need for change? Imagine a journey together. Changemakers around the world will share their views and solutions to the greatest challenge of our time. Diverse, Inclusive and Open. From Kenya to the World with Samuele Tini, 3 episodes per month,9,19 and 29!
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Kenyans are going to the polls Tuesday to elect a new president. The two front runners are familiar names in the East African nation.By NPR
Elections have in the past turned violent as politicians exploited the country’s ethnic divisions. Experts worry that may happen again.By WBUR & NPR
Another inspired show from Nairobi in East Africa, Kenya. One of the world's best city night lives. Enjoy this one.By Dr. Kenya Osi Radoli
Kenyans go to the polls to elect a new president. Plus, our correspondent says farewell to the Philippines; the personal consequences of Poland’s strict abortion laws; and how a women-only shopping mall is providing new opportunities in Yemen.By BBC Radio 4
There's nothing else on the planet quite like it. Wildebeests by the thousands, then the tens of thousands, and ultimately by the millions. Seen from the air, their awesome numbers stretch clear to the horizon in a ceaseless trek known as the Great Migration.By Africa Kenya Safaris
Many South Asians migrated to Kenya in the early 20th century. They lived in a society divided by race and experienced discrimination from the white rulers, and after Independence, from black Kenyans too. Saleem Sheikh’s parents fled South Asia for Kenya to escape the violence of partition. His family joined a thriving Asian community there. But, t…
For Yasmin, Period Poverty is something she has witnessed since she was a little girl growing up in Kibra. Over the last few years, she has continued to lend her voice to speaking out against Menstrual Injustice and lead efforts to lobby for increased budgetary allocation. The Kenyan Parliament slashed the current budget for allocation of sanitary …
Victor Ndiege is on a mission, as CEO of Kenya Climate Ventures- “accelerate access to transformative climate solutions in Kenya”. In the episode, he gives us concrete cases of impactful investment. He says “Kenya climate ventures, [..] have demonstrated a workable mechanism on how private sector can be involved to deliver transformative climate re…
A fossilized horse tooth could finally provide an answer to the mystery of how the wild Chincoteague ponies ended up on Maryland and Virginia's Assateague Island.By NPR
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Jessica Luther, co-host of the sports podcast Burn It All Down, about Serena Williams' retirement from the world of tennis.By NPR
Fuel shortages have forced many Sri Lankans to ditch their cars and cycle instead. Colombo's mayor unveiled new bike paths. Doctors & environmentalists call it a silver lining, but will it last?By NPR
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Laura Huss, lead researcher of the new If/When/Now report, about what the group found when looking back at cases that criminalized self-managed abortions since 2000.By NPR
NPR's Juana Summers speaks with Sarah Isgur Flores, the former director of the Office of Public Affairs at the Justice Department during the Trump administration, about the FBI's search in Mar-a-Lago.By NPR
The Justice Department is following policy and not publicly discussing its investigations, but there are some clues about the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago and its implications for former President Trump.By NPR
The majority of the New York City Council members are new and are part of a class that is the most diverse and progressive in city history. Over the next year Brian Lehrer will get to know all 51 members. This week, Councilmember Joann Ariola, talks about her priorities for District 32, which includes Belle Harbor, Breezy Point, Broad Channel, Howa…
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Vineyards and the irrigation they need aren't sustainable. Paso Robles is courting a spaceport as the region's new moneymaker.By WBUR & NPR
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.
Artist Barbara Kruger is known for her images and installations combining terse, often provocative text and images: super enlarged elements of photographs, collaged to address issues of language and meaning.By WBUR & NPR
After years of instability, survey after survey finds teachers are leaving or planning to leave their profession soon.By WBUR & NPR
Artist Barbara Kruger is known for her images and installations combining terse, often provocative text and images: super enlarged elements of photographs, collaged to address issues of language and meaning.By NPR
Artist Barbara Kruger is known for her provocative works including images and text addressing language and meaning. One example is her well-known piece “I SHOP THEREFORE I AM.” Kruger reworked some of her pieces and included new works with text from the web in exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art and the David Zwirner Gallery in New York City. Kare…
For much of this year, prices soared and homes were being sold almost as soon as they were listed.By WBUR & NPR
Andrew Weissmann, professor of criminal and national security law at NYU School of Law, lead prosecutor in Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel's Office and the author of Where Law Ends: Inside the Mueller Investigation (Random House, 2020), shares his analysis of the FBI's surprise search of former President Trump's Florida estate, and what it signifi…
After years of instability, survey after survey finds teachers are leaving or planning to leave their profession soon.By NPR
A new school year is beginning. But a lot of teachers aren’t coming back. As the new school year gets underway, across the country there has been a growing shortage of teachers. From the ongoing pandemic to divisive politics, teachers have endured a lot of uncertainty. Here & Now‘s Celeste Headlee talks with American Federation of Teachers presiden…
The free agent came out in August of 2019. Now, he's among players struggling to keep their jobs, even after much celebration for their bravery in coming out.By WBUR & NPR
Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank examines how the GOP got to where it is today, with some elected leaders and candidates still endorsing the lie that Trump won. His book is The Destructionists.By Terry Gross
For much of this year, prices soared and homes were being sold almost as soon as they were listed.By NPR
For much of this year, the housing market has been incredibly hot. But demand may be cooling down as more homes remain on the market. Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with Roben Farzad, host of Public Radio’s “Full Disclosure.” This article was originally published on WBUR.org. Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.…
The new novel, Nuclear Family, tells the story of a Korean family living in Hawai'i grappling with their oldest son's bizarre attempt to cross the Demilitarized Zone and enter into North Korea. Author Joseph Han joins us to discuss the book as part of our series, 2022 Debuts.
Whoever wins the governor primary will run in November against first-term Democrat Tony Evers.By WBUR & NPR
Stephen Vladeck, professor at the University of Texas at Austin, explains what legal standard is needed for an FBI search.By WBUR & NPR
The free agent came out in August of 2019. Now, he's among players struggling to keep their jobs, even after much celebration for their bravery in coming out.By NPR
When Las Vegas Raiders football player Carl Nassib came out as gay last summer, he received praise for his honesty and bravery. But despite supportive initial reactions, the first openly gay active player in NFL history is now without a team. He’s not alone. Former NFL player R.K. Russell also found himself teamless and struggling to find a new one…
WUWM reporter Chuck Quirmbach joins Here & Now‘s Robin Young to discuss how oversight of elections and overturning the results of the 2020 presidential election have become divisive issues in Tuesday’s primaries for governor, Senate and secretary of state. This article was originally published on WBUR.org. Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more, visit htt…
Whoever wins the governor primary will run in November against first-term Democrat Tony Evers.By NPR
After Beyoncé and Lizzo both retroactively removed ableist slurs from their recent releases, we wanted to learn how some words start out or become offensive, why they're hurtful, and whether marginalized communities can 'reclaim' words used against them. Two linguists join us to explain: Dr. Deborah Tannen is a professor of Linguistics at Georgetow…
Stephen Vladeck, professor at the University of Texas at Austin, explains what legal standard is needed for an FBI search.By NPR
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Former President Donald Trump said Monday that the FBI searched his home in Palm Beach, Fla. Here & Now‘s Celeste Headlee speaks with Stephen Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin. This article was originally published on WBUR.org. Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.…
"Women won't stop fighting for control over their bodies and will continue making reproductive choices no matter the obstacle," Deena Emera writes.By WBUR & NPR
Elections have in the past turned violent as politicians exploited the country’s ethnic divisions. Experts worry that may happen again.By NPR
Here & Now‘s Celeste Headlee speaks with NPR correspondent Eyder Peralta about Tuesday’s elections in Kenya. Elections have in the past turned violent as politicians exploited the country’s ethnic divisions. Experts worry that may happen again. This article was originally published on WBUR.org. Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr…
Williams, a 23-time grand slam champion, dominated the sport for decades.By WBUR & NPR
Graciela Mochkofsky, dean at the Craig Newmark School of Journalism and contributing writer for The New Yorker discusses her book The Prophet of the Andes: An Unlikely Journey to the Promised Land (Knopf, 2022), that documents the life of a little known religious leader and how he would inspire a wave of Latin American Jewish communities today, plu…
As Americans wonder what’s next for reproductive rights after the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, an evolutionary biologist writes: “There is one thing I am certain of from my studies of the animal world as an evolutionary biologist. Women won’t stop fighting for control over their bodies and will continue making reproductive choices …
Tennis superstar Serena Williams has announced she will retire from the sport following the U.S. Open. Here & Now‘s Robin Young talks with Christopher Clarey, tennis correspondent for the New York Times. This article was originally published on WBUR.org. Copyright 2022 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.…