Tuesday 11th March 2014
00:00 & 12:00 GMTAili Mari Tripp (U. of Wisconsin – Madison and ASA President) on African women’s movements and paradoxes of power in Museveni’s Uganda. Includes discussion of democratization and highlights the need for the African Studies Association to challenge the U.S. government’s draconian cuts to international education. With guest host Prof. Kiki Edozie (International Relations, Michigan State). Africa Past & Present - A series about history, culture, and politics in Africa and the diaspora hosted by is hosted by Michigan State University historians Peter Alegi and Peter Limb and produced by Matrix.
11:00 & 23:00 GMTThis show is a about a group of girls from different Schools in Derry that put so much effort into the project that we have to do a radio show special! Creating song, interviews, djing they've done it all and it was only fair to put them one more time under the spot for their fantastic achievements.
10:00 & 22:00 GMTEncuentro entre culturas: Nace con el propósito de acercar a sus oyentes la cultura de Irlanda del Norte y, a su vez, de conocer las diversas comunidades de la geografía española y demás países de habla hispana. En él encontraréis entrevistas, noticias o canciones que nos mostrarán la realidad de ambos países de una forma entretenida y respetando las tradiciones de cada lugar. Será un acercamiento entre ambos pueblos y nuestro fin es promocionar la riqueza cultural de cada área y su diversidad. In this programme an interview with Maria Teresa Connolly director of Flamenco NI Produced by CRISTINA LÓPEZ GRAÇA
04:00 & 16:00 GMTAn exclusive interview with Amadou Bagayoko recorded in April 2013 as part of their 'Featured' week on Homely Planet and the their performance in Belfast as part of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival 2013. Produced by Victor Henrquez & Billie Covington. Engineered by Przemek Strauss.
20:00 GMTGypsy Folk Radio is a monthly podcast run by Balkan Alien Sound bouzouki player Martin Coyle. Its aim is to share the music that inspires us and also to interview local musicians exploring the influence of folk and trad in their musical lives and hear their stories behind the tunes. Listen on demand the full series: www.balkanaliensound.wix.com.
19:00 GMTUgandan poet, Jade Amoli-Jackson talks to Refugee Radio about her forthcoming book, Moving a Country, her life in Uganda and her work as a volunteer in the UK.
01:00 & 13:00 GMTA monthly podcast complimenting the Songlines magazine which covers the world's most exciting music from traditional and popular to contemporary and fusion, featuring artists from all around the globe. Songlines is packed full of the latest CD reviews, artist interviews, guides to particular world music traditions, concert-listings & travel stories.
Daily between programmesGlobal Jukebox is a non-stop mix of world, folk and roots music from the Homely Planet playlist
02:00 & 14:00 GMTIn this programme an interview with Shirley McMichael of the Pagan Community. Brandeis University student, Rachael Koehler, travels to Northern Ireland to explore the Sociology of Religious Coexistence. Facebook.com/paganvoice.
05:00 & 17:00 GMTGlobal education radio programme produced by Maurice Macartney. Womens World : A century on from the first celebration of International Women's Day, we examine some of the problems facing women in the world today and ask: has equality been achieved? Just how much progress has been made? where do we go from here? Recorded on the Centenary of International Womens Day
09:00 & 21:00 GMTReleased in 1994 Zen Kiss was one of a trilogy of Sheila Chandra albums featuring minimalist 'solo voice and drone' style which she developed especially for live performances, so that she could perform alone on stage with only the occasional taped drone for accompaniment. On The Daily Album Choice show, we choose and play a world music album in its entirety.
03:00 & 15:00 GMTA Radio series produced by Homely Planet Radio in partnership with Unite against Hate supported by Community Relations Council (CRC). Each programme features interviews, music and audio arts from activities and events supported by Unite against Hate throughout Northern Ireland. In this programme Venus McDonald talks with participants at the International Women'd Say event in Downpatrick.
06:00 & 18:00 GMTA special radio session recorded in Redburn Community Centre with an international all female audience. A Homely Planet project in partnership with Unite Against Hate, East Down Rural Network, Community Relations Council and Holywood Shared Spaces & Services. Hosted by Zora Molyneaux. Recorded in Redburn community centre. Produced by Tessa Greer.
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