Monday 21st April 2014

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bounce 22bOUNCE Radio Programme #22

11:00 & 23:00 GMT

Bounce DJ's Kwame Daniels & Julien Raux lead the way with off track music, urban and soul sounds. In this edition a mix with Kieran Campbell featuring the Good Vibration Project song." More about Bounce at
Encuentro Entre CulturasEncuentro Entre Culturas “Eneko Larraneta”

10:00 & 22:00 GMT

Encuentro 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 researcher & musician Pablo Arribas Produced by CRISTINA LÓPEZ GRAÇA
gypsy folk radioGypsy Folk Radio

20:00 GMT

Gypsy 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:
Holyzone RadioHolyZone Radio “The Firefighter”

03:00 & 15:00 GMT

The Holyzone team interview a fire fighter from the Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service, discovering what their job is really like and what it takes to be a fire fighter. Holyzone Radio is a satellite youth Homely planet radio team based in Holywood, North Down, Northern Ireland in partnership with Holywood Family Trust.Listen to the previous programmes on Soundcloud
scoutslogoPomeroy Scouts meet Donna from Uganda

04:00 & 16:00 GMT

Pomeroy Scouts interview Donna from Uganda as part of a Global Education workshop, and learn a few traditional songs along the way
Refugee RadioRefugee Radio “Sisu”

19:00 GMT

Refugee Radio volunteer Sisu shares some music and culture from her home country of Egypt and more besides. Featuring Amr Diab and Asalah Nasri. Refugee Radio was formed by refugee and human rights workers in 2008. Refugee Radio runs projects in the community to help bring people together.
Songlines-PodcastSonglines “Music Magazine Podcast”

01:00 & 13:00 GMT

A 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.
Global JukeboxThe Global Jukebox

Daily between programmes

Global Jukebox is a non-stop mix of world, folk and roots music from the Homely Planet playlist
koehler reportThe Koehler Report “Christianity”

06:00 & 18:00 GMT

In this programme an interview with born again Christian Neil Peterson
TNV-logoThe Next Village (808 series) “Taweret Sculpture – MDG #5: Improve maternal health”

05:00 & 17:00 GMT

MDG #5: Taweret Sculpture - Improve maternal health. Inspired by the BBC's A History of the world in 100 objects, 808 is a new miniature series brought to you by The Next Village, which explores 8 objects and 8 objectives. In each of these 8 short programmes, TNV chooses an object, artifact or artwork of Irish origin. The object is explored with the aim of discovering and extracting its connections with one of the Millennium Development Goals. Produced by Maurice Macartney
Africa Past and PresentThe Nigerian homefront in WWII. The Biafran War and Igbo Identity

00:00 & 12:00 GMT

Dr. Chima Korieh (History, Marquette) on Nigerian experiences on the African homefront during World War II, agriculture and social change in the colonial era, the Biafran War and the politics of memory, and Igbo identity. The interview closes with a discussion of endangered archives in postcolonial Nigeria. Africa Past & Present is a radio 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.
masaba kanWeekly Album Choice “Masaba Kan”

09:00 & 21:00 GMT

Mamadou Diabaté is a kora player. He began playing quite early in his life, became known as a musician in the area of Mali in which he lived. In 2005, Diabaté was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Traditional World Music Album category for Behmanka, but lost to the collaboration between his cousin Toumani Diabate and Ali Farka Toure. Mamadou Diabate & Percussion Mania "Masaba Kan" was released in 2014. On The Weekly Album Choice show, we choose and play a world music album in its entirety.

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