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The Lancet Voice is a fortnightly podcast from the Lancet family of journals. Lancet editors and their guests unravel the stories behind the best global health, policy and clinical research of the day―and what it means for people around the world. Each episode seeks to inform, challenge, and delight listeners with stories at the crossroads of health, science, policy and current global affairs.
 
The ਸੋਚ (Sōch) Podcast is where I get the chance talk to guests, including academics, musicians, artists, entrepreneurs, art collectors, athletes and more. We explore the upbringing and history of the guests, as well as exploring seemingly daunting, complex or misunderstood topics relating, but not limited to, Sikh and wider South Asian history, art, culture and philosophy.
 
Over a quarter of people who call New Zealand home were born overseas. So how do culture, identity and equity shape the New Zealand experience beyond confines of the 'diversity' checkbox? Produced and host by Kadambari Raghukumar.
 
That Desi Spark, formerly known as The Woke Desi, is a bold podcast created by three founders who recognized a space void of color and conversation around the topics that impact dual-identity, South Asian millennials the most. From education to entertainment and social justice issues to social media trends, That Desi Spark approaches each episode with compassion, advocacy, and information, bolstered by subject-area experts and unfiltered celebrity moments. Founded by healthcare manager/autho ...
 
A regular series of articles discussing aspects of life in the South Asian country, written by Dr Balmukunda Regmi, Professor of Pharmacy at Tribhuvan University. Tune in to learn more about Nepal. Share with friends. Originally broadcast on Beware! The Radio - a freeform, non-profit, non-commercial station, sharing local sounds and stories from around the world. Read by Andy Brain - apologies for any shaky pronunciation.
 
The power of the outdoors can be transformative. Connecting with new experiences and like-minded people through walking, climbing and mountaineering creates powerful communities and lifelong memories. We want to diversify the people we normally hear talking about the outdoors, celebrate their stories, shine a light on their insights, and create a place for discussion, inclusion and practical advice. So welcome to Finding Our Way, a podcast that aims to be thought-provoking, upbeat and entert ...
 
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Bad Table Manners

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Bad Table Manners pushes the boundaries of food storytelling in South Asia. Despite a universal love of delicious food, South Asian communities’ narratives and food practices maintain social hierarchies, caste inequalities, and racial and gender discrimination. In spanning both “high” and “low” food cultures, this podcast deconstructs monolithic notions of South Asian or “Indian” food by diving into micro contexts of households, restaurants, neighborhoods, streets and communities. It also re ...
 
'Food for Thought – A Life in Four Courses' is a heritage project that explored and recorded the cultural heritage and traditions of food that mark significant events or ‘rites of passage’ during an individual’s lifetime. The project worked with people from South Asian, Chinese, Nepalese, African/African Caribbean and White Scottish communities, was delivered by MECOPP and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. MECOPP stands for Minority Ethnic Carers of People Project and we are a Scottish ch ...
 
Let’s Go Together, a new podcast from Travel + Leisure, features diverse voices sharing their unique travel experiences and inspiring others to explore the world. Each week host Kellee Edwards, award-winning travel expert, speaks to guests about inclusivity, including episodes that introduce an adventurer who climbed Machu Picchu in his wheelchair and the first documented black woman to visit every country in the world. Come back every Wednesday for a new episode!
 
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Dr. Anthony Fauci, Chief Medical Advisor to the President of the United States and Director of NIAID, is standing down at the end of 2022. He joins Gavin and Jessamy to discuss becoming a household name during the COVID-19 pandemic, why scientific discourse in the USA is broken, and how the pandemic could end. Read The Lancet's profile of Dr. Fauci…
 
Attachment styles influence every one of our relationships, from family to platonic to romantic - Israa Nasir of Well Guide joins TDS to discuss how these influence our connections, how they can change, and yes, the desi mama's boy stereotype.By ANS Entertainment, LLC
 
This is a short teaser from the full podcast 'The Rise & Fall of the Sikh Empire' with Dr. Priya Atwal. You can find the full video podcast on my YouTube channel and you can see a full time stamped breakdown of the conversation below. 00:00 - Teaser 01:14 - Introduction 03:07 - What is the Punjabi/Sikh relationship with political ideologies such as…
 
Editor-in-chief of The Lancet Rheumatology Heather Van Epps joins Gavin and Jessamy to discuss the journal's recent work on gender and equity, and their podcast series looking at the realities of clinical care in under-served populations. You can find out about their Lancet summit here And you should definitely listen to their podcast miniseries, C…
 
Nehal took LA and had the chance to interview Love is Blind: After the Altar stars Deepti Vempati and Natalie Lee about their stories after the show wrapped, Kyle and Deepti's friendship-to-love story, her upcoming book, and so much more!By ANS Entertainment, LLC
 
Our correspondent allows himself to become reacquainted with a village in the Kathmandu Valley, and reflects on changes and similarities since his last visit 35 years previously. This article originally featured in the Asia Pacific Daily. Written by Dr Balmukunda Regmi, and read by Andy Brain, for non-profit freeform station Beware! The Radio. Do y…
 
South Asians make up 25% of the world's population and 50% of the world's cardiac health burden. That statistic alone is staggering, and on this week's episode, we explore initiatives aimed at including more South Asians in healthcare research, the help of Medicare in reaching our parents' generation, cardiac health risk, and more, alongside Dr. Me…
 
The amazing Prof. Ndidiamaka Amutah-Onukagha, Professor of Black Maternal Health at Tufts University School of Medicine, joins Gavin and Jessamy to discuss the widening mortality and morbidity gap affecting Black mothers in the USA, the prospects for maternal safety following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and how we can increase the diversity of …
 
Today I’m joined once again by Gurinder Singh Mann and we’re discussing his latest book - Rise of the Sikh Soldier - as well as a whole host of other topics. ★ Join the Ramblings of a Sikh YouTube Channel ★ ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ ★ Buy this podcast a coffee ★You can find a time stamped breakdown of the full podcast below: 00:00 - Tease…
 
Aparna Shewakramani turned heads and raised questions in her 2 seasons of starring on Netflix' Indian Matchmaking. She has served as a rallying point for conversations about double standards, women and their villainous portrayal on television for being independent, feminism, the actual realities of reality television, and so much more. An author, a…
 
There hasn't been a shortage of vaccines in Bulgaria, but only around 30% of the population are vaccinated, in a country which already had the lowest life expectancy in the EU. Professor Antoniya Dimova joins Gavin and Jessamy to talk about the pandemic in Bulgaria, how misinformation shaped the public health response during COVID-19, and where Bul…
 
When Avani Modi's brother reached out to her about creating plush toys based on Hindu dieties, she thought, "Are you crazy?" Four years later, she leads Modi Toys, a successful, homegrown venture that provides mantra-singing plush toys. She shares her journey, her vulnerabilities, and her goals with That Desi Spark on this week's episode.…
 
Marine mammals suffer several direct impacts of coastal development, in particular the development of ports. America-born scientist Deanna Clement's research has been a deep-dive into the lives of whales and dolphins as they forage and migrate around New Zealand's waters. Produced by Kadambari Raghukumar.…
 
It's WEDDING SEASON! No, not just the time of year full of South Asian weddings but the Netflix hit romcom - screenwriter Shiwani Srivastava and producer Swati Shetty join TDS to talk creative journeys, how the movie went from script to screen, what kinds of stories are being told, and what's coming next!…
 
What’s happening with monkeypox in Africa? Why wasn’t monkeypox tackled when we had the chance? What will the PHEIC declaration change? Prof. Yap Boum, Epicentre Representative for Africa, the research arm of Medecins sans Frontières, joins Gavin and guest host Dr. Miriam Lewis Sabin to discuss. You can read The Lancet's collection of articles on m…
 
Mandip Aujla talks to Binita Kane, co-founder of South Asian Heritage Month, about South Asian culture, history, and community, and the two new chairs of the Lancet's Group for Racial Equality discuss the group's work on diversity and inclusion. Find out more about South Asian Heritage Month here You can continue the conversation with Jessamy and G…
 
Today I have the pleasure to talk to Kavita Puri, she is an award-winning BBC journalist, oral historian, executive producer and broadcaster about her book - Partition Voices - which is now in its 2nd edition. ★ Join the Ramblings of a Sikh YouTube Channel ★ ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★ ★ Buy this podcast a coffee ★ You can find a full time …
 
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