Best ugandan podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Failing To Freedom
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Join hosts Katasi and Walnar as they talk about their journey to financial freedom through entrepreneurship, mainly Real Estate investing.
 
Recording, archiving and sharing the traditional music of East Africa
 
Learn about the lives of Ugandans from all walks of life! Please contact me to add your story.
 
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This Exists
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This Exists is a popular YouTube channel exploring the fringes of pop culture, from Scientology jazz to Ugandan action cinema. On this podcast, host Sam Sutherland connects with the people responsible for the curiosities and quirks that make the fringes interesting.
 
A weekly podcast focussing on African life, music and culture- with a special focus on Ugandan music
 
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Topic: No Topic
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An American and Ugandan, in rural Minnesota, sit down every week to discuss life's big ideas. Each episode we analyze topics from a different perspective with an expert from the field. Neither one of us knows what the other is going to say next, the discussion often takes unexpected turns leading to some interesting realizations.
 
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Don't go to Uganda - Waco - PR Blackout - Starbucks Coupons
 
In March, initial results from the two open-label trials of the dapivirine vaginal ring (HOPE and DREAM) showed that adherence and efficacy improved over the earlier Phase III trials. Learn more about all these trials at https://www.avac.org/podcast/dapivirine-ring. Meanwhile, The ring is also advancing along the pathway to licensure. If approv ...…
 
This week the boys discuss eating granola bars, Kony 2012, EDM festivals, Ugandan fruit stands, and Ben's fatal disease.
 
This week, Jess and Sam take a look at weird Japanese monsters that love butt stuff, vegans who are inappropriate with papaya, Kyle Odom's close encounters, and Ugandan homophobia. Also, we get accused of being anti-gay. SEGMENTS INCLUDE:UNHOLY BEASTS AND BLASPHEMOUS THEORIES- South Bay Bessie, The Lake Erie Monster- The Shirime (https://hyakum ...…
 
Director and playwright Adong Judith creates provocative art that sparks dialogue on issues from LGBTQ rights to war crimes. In this quick but powerful talk, the TED Fellow details her work -- including the play "Silent Voices," which brought victims of the Northern Ugandan war against Joseph Kony's rebel group together with political, religiou ...…
 
Director and playwright Adong Judith creates provocative art that sparks dialogue on issues from LGBTQ rights to war crimes. In this quick but powerful talk, the TED Fellow details her work -- including the play "Silent Voices," which brought victims of the Northern Ugandan war against Joseph Kony's rebel group together with political, religiou ...…
 
This week's 77 percent show is all about internet data costs in Africa. Is internet a luxury or a basic need like water or bread? Why is it still so expensive? We hear the frustrations of young people in South Africa and Nigeria. Ugandan Musician Eddy Kenzo makes it big despite living on the streets for 13 years and after being written off poli ...…
 
The girls are back to take you to meet a Ugandan Serial Killer. We hope you learned as much as we did!
 
It's the first episode of Bro Time With Mo' Time with Jacob and Ian. This week we're talking about some misconceptions regarding the Christian faith and our responses on what Christianity really is. I (Ian) also make references to Ugandan Knuckles because I love memes and we recorded this in February like a couple of newbs. God bless!…
 
This week, Matt joins Grant and Eric to take on some controversial games, as well as VR Chat and Nintendo Labo.Table of Contents:1:29: Catchup: VR Chat and Labo30:13: Controversial Opinions1:53:32: This is Straight Fire, DrakeRelated Links:Understanding Ugandan Knuckles in a post-Pepe the Frog world:https://www.polygon.com/2018/2/2/16951684/uga ...…
 
Namekian Public Radio brings video game correspondent Mike H. into the gaming basement for our 2nd bonus episode, in which we kind of review Xenoverse 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ (beta), kinda. We hit you up front with the bad news of the week, year... or maybe even ever. Dragon Ball Super is going off air in April! OH NO! But don't worry, NPR w ...…
 
Brian Gibson of Wax Pig Melting joins us for our discussion of Hammock Drones, to carry us around in the sky all cozy. Tide pods melt all your teeth together into one big tooth. Ugandan Knuckles shows us da wey. We even compare and describe various edible weed paranoia flavors. The post the talk show EPISODE 25 appeared first on Greasy Conversa ...…
 
"Ugandan Knuckles Eats Tide Pods" - Sounds Good 12 by The Sounds Good Podcast
 
Vivian Glyck, Founder, Just Like My Child joins Bob to discuss how she was moved to make a difference and knew that she had to go and bear witness — to see for herself what was actually happening on the ground and to see how she could make a difference. After her intention was set in motion, she soon met the amazing Sister Ernestine Akulu, a Ug ...…
 
PS2P 180 Pop Team Epic, Ugandan Knuckles, Devilmen Ending Theme: Devilman No Uta (70’s and 2018) – Devilman OST
 
Today man named Dominic Ongwen is on trial before the International Criminal Court in the Hague, Netherlands. The 42 year old Ugandan is charged with committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in Northern Uganda. Ongwen is the only commander with the rebel group, The Lord’s Resistance Army, who is on trial before the ICC, but he wasn’t a ...…
 
Pat McGill, a chemist by profession who spent several years with two of the world's biggest companies, gave himself a "retirement" gift in the form of rooms to a school in Uganda. But that was just the beginning of his story. Today, he's helping a group of Ugandan women who lost their income derived from white water rafting tourism when portion ...…
 
It's not often that we'll talk about a meme but, this one is so precious that we wanted to take the time to cherish it until it is dead and buried in the graveyard we know as Hot Topic. The Ugandan Knuckles may be one of
 
We talk with Katherine Paterson, the best selling author of The Bridge to Terabithia, about her new YA novel, My Brigadista Year. It’s about the 1961 Cuban Literacy Campaign and its teenage heroes. Then, Jessica Yu talks about her book Garden of the Lost and Abandoned: The Extraordinary Story of One Ordinary Woman and the Children She Saves. It ...…
 
If making the Forbes 30 Under 30 list doesn’t qualify you to be featured on FounderBy30, I don’t know what does. Brin Enterkin has an incredibly impressive story. Today she runs an organization by the name of The African SOUP along with a native to Uganda, Michael Kaidhiwa. In 2009, while working on her degree at Berry College, Brin traveled to ...…
 
In this episode, Caleb and Todd talk with Liz Bohannon, founder of Sseko Designs. Guest Links Liz Bohannon on Twitter Liz Bohannon on Instagram Sseko Designs Sseko Designs on Facebook Sseko Designs on Twitter Sseko Designs on Instagram What We Learned 1. Passion is not enough. Liz realized that she had been talking about doing something for so ...…
 
Haley and Caleb introduce their Ugandan project, and talk about what life has been like post World Race
 
Former People’s Voice Presenter, Alchemist & Ugandan Princess Elizabeth Seninde stops by the EBuzz with Carla B. to discuss the state of the World as it is now and the significance of understanding Alchemy. Elizabeth Seninde is a practicing Alchemist, Entertainer, TV Host and Princess to The Buganda Kingdom who teaches through entertainment and ...…
 
Ugandan cult The Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God was one of the deadliest in world history, with the number of people who died similar to the infamous Jonestown massacre, and some say even more. The mastermind behind this cult? A woman named Credonia Mwerinde, who said she was receiving messages directly from the Vir ...…
 
Sau & D.A discuss the contemporary meaning behind African Independence days and try to decipher whether the celebrations are actually a self indulged mockery of it celebrators. The topic specifically surrounds the recent Ugandan Independence day and it's long political history. (11/10/2017)
 
Mpagi Kirumira's story unfolds in this interview, revealing insights and busting assumptions that many of us have about what it's like to try to save your life by escaping to the United States. The roles of curiosity and adventure are clear as we peek inside the life of this Ugandan human rights activist and his journey to becoming an asylum se ...…
 
Mugabi Augustine Ateenyi Olatokumbo Byenkya was born in Nigeria to Ugandan parents and has spent his life living across Africa, Asia and North America. Mugabi is a writer, poet and rapper who has honed his craft through writing workshops, poetry slams, cyphers and open mics across North America and East Africa. Mugabi was longlisted for the Bab ...…
 
Sarah Nininger has been involved with the Ugandan based non-profit Action in Africa since she was 15 years old. Now at 27, she is the President of the organization and just recently moved back to the U.S. after living and serving in Uganda for the past four years In this episode, we dive into the beauty of following passions, the importance of ...…
 
On today’s show: Pledge drive – the Novena to the Surrender to the Will of God. Ugandan school giving opportunity. Caller: My friend is suffering terribly; she is considering assisted suicide. What can I tell her? Giving your all to God. The post Heart to Heart with Mother Miriam, September 12, 2017 appeared first on Immaculate Heart Radio.…
 
Most start up nonprofits share one thing in common… they have little, to no, resources. In this podcast, I talk with Coby Schoffman. He is the founder and executive director of Nation Foundation (nation-foundation.org). He talks about how his visit to a Ugandan school inspired him to start a nonprofit to help the students finish their studies. ...…
 
Mandy and Trent talk Tech specifically a possible release date for new Apple products, the Secret Spin has everyone stumped this morning, Iva joins Mandy to talk more about a fundraiser for a Ugandan school, Graham reveals the things happening in Narrandera as spring comes to life and the Daily Stretch is also void of a winner!…
 
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