Best bangladesh podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Interviews with Scholars of South Asia about their New Books
 
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Behind The Thread
Rare
 
Stories about the people and places that make your clothes
 
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Adda'r Chourasta
Monthly
 
A group of Bangladeshi people talking about news/current affairs, music, movies and their hobbies in a comical manner.
 
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, a national nonprofit dedicated to the idea that Asian American stories deserve to be told. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, and Hanya Yanagihara, as well as more emerging writers like Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, qu ...
 
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Cricket Tonight
Rare
 
Discussion about the world of cricket and India's journey through it!
 
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BanglaCast
Daily+
 
The First Podcast Dedicated to Bangladesh: It'c Culture and Heritage!!
 
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Freedom Speech
Daily+
 
About Bangladesh politics
 
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We Are Possible
Monthly
 
You can try and stop us but it's too late - we're already on our way to conquer the world. Each episode I'll be talking to my South-Asian Americans who are bringing our culture to the forefront and redefining possible.
 
Supporting refugees in Greece and Bangladesh, we meet extraordinary people. Here are some of them. UK Charity 1174070.
 
Walk The Talk
 
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Sadaqat Ali
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Sadaqat Ali of Pakistani roots is a famous Qari of the Holy Qur’an while actively juggling various responsibilities like the designation of Chairman in Saut-ul-Qura International, Pakistan and being appointed as the Senior Qari at Pakistan Television and Radio, Pakistan.Being a talented student of the renowned Qari Abdul Basit, Abdul Samad of Egypt, it comes as no surprise that Sadaqat Ali was part of many Qur’an recitation competitions held in Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emi ...
 
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Shakil's Podcast
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DJ Shakil's musical journey started from Bangladesh in 2008. Now residing in Vienna, Austria, he continues that journey. He has already played at some of the well known clubs in Austria including Club Prater Dome, Club Roat Angel, Flex (One of the Biggest Underground Club in Vienna).
 
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Shakil's Podcast
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GROOVE MACHINE with DJ Shakil From Bangladesh which features many different genres of Bollywood music Support ShaKil - https://www.facebook.com/DjShakilOfficial https://www.facebook.com/GrooveMachineWithShaKil
 
For Bookings mail at :- djrichardofficial@gmail.com• DJ Richard is based in Kolkata and has been DJ-ing since 1999.• He is one of the few DJs who is versatile with a multitude of genres, such as, mainstream Bollywood (BDM), Retro, House, Progressive House, Electro House, Techno, Trance, Progressive Trance• Associated with Radio Mirchi, 98.3FM (TOI group) as Promo Producer and DJ.• The only DJ with a show which has national coverage – Club Mirchi, on air every Saturday night 9pm-1am, which ha ...
 
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The 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh killed more than 1,100, a tragedy that pressured Western clothing retailers and customers to take responsibility for work conditions. Five years later, signs suggest factories have improved, but progress is not universal. John Yang talks with Paul Barrett, deputy director of the ...…
 
SAfm — Reaction from PSL court regarding Ndoro case, SABC Sport Reporter Velile Mbuli filed a report. We also put a Sportlight on Fencing, as we go all the way to Bangladesh to Mzansi’s own Sello Madumo. Joseph from Soweto Fencing Club also joined the conversation. Reaction to the sport of fencing from listeners too. Lastly we touched on the bi ...…
 
God Bless and Welcome to Sixeyes Gospel Wednesday Night Bible Study with Missionary Ken Wolfgang and Pastor Kenneth Bonnett, where you will hear the best in Gospel music from artist like Tamala Mann, Shirley Caesar, Erica Campbell, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Rance Allen Group, Dawkins and Dawkins, Detrick Haddon, Carlett Martin, Jamie Grace, ...…
 
God Bless and Welcome to SIXEYES GOSPEL RADIO SHOW with Missionary Ken Wolfgang, where you will hear the best in Gospel music from artist like Tamala Mann, Shirley Caesar, Erica Campbell, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Rance Allen group, Dawkins and Dawkins, Detrick Haddon, Carlett Martin and Fred Hammond. If this is your first time, please come ...…
 
Bob Rae, Canada's Special Envoy to Myanmar, presents his final report on the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh.
 
Episode 4 – I gave the Gospel and Google Translated it into Bengali. Afterwards some stats and prayer were given for Bangladesh and Northern India. This week’s teaching was out of 2 Timothy 1 on the topic of fear, one of the great obstacles in sharing our faith. We answered questions regarding how to start a conversation and what to do about re ...…
 
“GET LIT” WITH DJ ATL ATLANTA STYLES WELCOME! YOU ARE TUNED IN TO “GET LIT” WITH YOUR HOST DJ ATL ATLANTA STYLES ON SIXEYES RADIO NETWORK WHERE TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED, AND OPINIONS WILL BE GIVEN JOIN THE DISCUSSION AND GIVE YOUR OPINION OR SHARE A TOPIC OF YOUR OWN 424-243-9617 PRESS THE "1" TO JOIN THE CONVERSATION. TOPICS: NATIONAL AND LOCA ...…
 
Welcome to another episode of Beauty and Other Stories. Firstly, thank you so much for subscribing to my podcast, I’m so excited to be creating this for you, so thank you and I hope you enjoy this week’s upload. Today’s episode…I am joined by Shamama, a Bangladesh born 20 something living in the UK. We discuss: The religious significance of hai ...…
 
God Bless and Welcome to Sixeyes Gospel Wednesday Night Bible Study with Missionary Ken Wolfgang and Pastor Kenneth Bonnett, where you will hear the best in Gospel music from artist like Tamala Mann, Shirley Caesar, Erica Campbell, Yolanda Adams, Kirk Franklin, Rance Allen Group, Dawkins and Dawkins, Detrick Haddon, Carlett Martin, Jamie Grace, ...…
 
Welcome! You are tuned into UNCENSORED WITH NICKEY BLACBUTTERFLY DUCKWORTH on SIXEYES RADIO NETWORK with your HOST NICKEY BLACBUTTERFLY DUCKWORTH, where topics will be discussed, and opinions will be given! Join the discussion and give your opinion or share a topic of your own 424-243-9617 press the “1” to join the conversation. Topics: An Unce ...…
 
Jimmy Barrett and Shara Fryer take you through the stories that matter on the morning of 3/21/2018, including: The Austin Bomber dead overnight and we have the latest details as they emerge; With the news that 74 percent of Americans believe a Deep State exists, a Monmouth University poll reveals just how little influence the disgraced national ...…
 
What’s daily life like for a Rohingya refugee? How do they survive? Do they feel safe and can they go to school? These are some of the questions the Xchange Foundation has been asking in their latest Snapshot Survey. The team wanted to find out how the Rohingya live sampling over 1,500 people from its over one million strong refugee community i ...…
 
WELCOME! YOU ARE TUNED IN TO “GET LIT” WITH YOUR HOST DJ ATL ATLANTA STYLES ON SIXEYES RADIO NETWORK WHERE TOPICS WILL BE DISCUSSED, AND OPINIONS WILL BE GIVEN JOIN THE DISCUSSION AND GIVE YOUR OPINION OR SHARE A TOPIC OF YOUR OWN 424-243-9617 PRESS THE "1" TO JOIN THE CONVERSATION. TOPICS: NATIONAL AND LOCAL NEWS, ENTERTAINMENT NEWS! WHAT'S ON ...…
 
Since last August, around 700,000 Rohingyas have fled their homes and sought refuge in Bangladesh. Many now live in the huge Kutupalong camp, where Rocky Shahnewaj, a photojournalist with BBC Bangla, was surprised to come across a love story.Image credit: Rohingya couple reunited in a refugee camp in Bangladesh.Credit: BBC…
 
German entrepreneur Fridtjof Detzner visits a start-up in Dhaka that has developed an app to match service providers with customers. He also meets with activists from a children's rights organization that helps child laborers get some education.
 
Continuing through the book Eternity in their Hearts with the people from 1867 in Bangladesh.
 
Bangladesh government accepts more than half million Rohingya refugees from neighboring Rakhayen state of Myanmar. Nevertheless, India still keep a safe distance on Rohinga issue. But very recent 69 Rohinga refugees taken shelter in Baruipur near Kolkata.In last few months they were in Haryana, another state of India near Delhi. They have the I ...…
 
We finish our look at movies about music by discussing concert movies. What makes a good concert movie? Why are concert movies no longer interesting? Show notes: Ladies & Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones Woodstock: Three Days of Peace & Music The Last Waltz The Complete Monterey Pop Festival The Criterion Collection The Rolling Stones: Gimme Shelt ...…
 
Mr. Khan recently attended COP23 and is helping Bangladesh address issues around climate change. He brings a unique perspective to a global issue.
 
I really want to spend more time, on this podcast, speaking about the topic of gratitude. This is one of the important ingredient, but one of the least discussed. Take some time reflecting on the positive areas on your life and truly get a grasp on how good things are or can be.
 
EP73 Melbourne Musings Podcast – Brent interviews aid worker and former ABC journalist Irene Scott. They discuss Irene’s upcoming aid mission in Bangladesh with Rohingya refugees, her early career as a radio journalist in regional Victoria, triple j, aid work in the Solomon Islands and Sudan, all this and many more illogical tangents.…
 
Musician, Hypnotherapist, Personal Change Consultant and Transformational Coach Ryan Simbai Jenkins joins us for this awesome episode. Raised outside of his parents home culture for a significant portion of his life. Son of a medical anthropologist and researcher mother and a professional musician, photographer and teacher father. Born and rais ...…
 
In 2017, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims left their homes in Myanmar fleeing government persecution, in what the UN has called the world's fastest growing refugee crisis. Lucy Burns speaks to Rohingya historian and politician U Kyaw Min to explore the roots of the crisis - and a change in the Burmese citizenship laws in 1982 which lef ...…
 
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