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Best Nauru podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Nauru podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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You can't trust anyone nowadays. The level of sedition, anti-authority behaviour and advertiser-unfriendly thought-crime has reached record levels -- especially among Australia's "elites". Luckily, The Chaser is here to sort the subversives from the patriots. Each week, The Chaser puts a comedian, writer or politician through the ringer, interrogating them on behalf of the Australian government. The stakes are high. If they fail, The Chaser has been granted the power by Peter Dutton to revok ...
 
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Photo from Twitter Roddy Grant is a part-Scottish-part-African professional coach for Ulster Rugby, in Northern Ireland. In this episode we speak about his upbringing in Botswana / South Africa and how rugby helped solidify his Scottish identity. Also, as a professional coach, he shares some tips from the field in front of thousands that we can all…
 
Photo from containerville food In this episode I have the pleasure of catching up with Lamin who runs The Gamby Shack in Hackney, where he makes the best jerk chicken you’ll ever eat. With resturants on lockdown for the minute, we catch up about how he’s coping with indoor life, and he shares his favourite cook at home recipe – ‘smoked’ mackerel.…
 
Anjana Patel with her daughter Priti Priti Patel’s parents Sushil & Anjana are an Indian couple who fled Uganda to the UK in the 1960s just before Idi Amin’s decision to deport all Asians. In 1972 55,000 Asians were ordered to leave Uganda half of them had British passports and were re-housed in the UK by the Ugandan Resettlement Board. In the UK, …
 
Jannett’s story touches on the role of women of colour in the NHS. Her story is told in her book My Windward Side, and you can also read up on Our Migration Story. I first learned about her in Proffessor Kushner’s book The Battle of Britishness, you will hear his voice in this episode I and want to thank him again for speaking with me and everythin…
 
110kg Taulupe (Toby) Faletau was born in Tonga in 1990, but as a child moved to Ebbw Vale with his rugby playing dad. Growing up with the sport it’s not hard to see how he’s become a hero of Welsh rugby. Wales Online has two stories on the family’s move to Wales, and Toby’s subsequent career. Taulupe talks to BBC Sport about getting the name on his…
 
Photo of Claudia Jones on holiday in Cornwall by Abhimanyu (Manu) Manchanda Claudia Jones was born in Trinidad, grew up in the States and ended up in Britain when she was deported for being a communist. In this episode we visit five spots around London where you can learn more about her enormous contributions to the city – which include starting No…
 
Kelso Cochrane is unfortunately better known in death than he was in life, murdered by racists in Notting Hill 1959. Footage of Cochrane’s funeral attended by more than 1,200 people For more information on this story read Mark Olden’s ‘Murder in Notting Hill‘ and check out these links in: The Socialist Work The Telegraph Our Migration Story Kelso B…
 
Captain Robert Laurence Nairac GC was born in Mauritius, and served as a British Army officer in Northern Ireland where he was abducted and assassinated by the Provisional IRA. In this episode I speak to Geoff Knupfer, lead forensic investigator at the Independent Commission for the Location of Victims Remains. If you have any information which may…
 
Jimmy Joseph Nakou, Yapa Nekiwris, Posen Iarpita Napu, Albi Nangia, Joel Numapen The 2007 show ‘Meet the Natives’ brought five men, including Jimmy Joseph, from Vanuatu to learn about the native culture of… England. But of course, what the show really teaches us is about their culture. And their religion! Villagers on Tanna believe that the son of …
 
Autograph ABP Peter Lobengula to the UK from South Africa as part of Frank Fillis’ circus in 1889. Many centuries before Beyonce’s Lion King album this was considered the largest ever showing of “African culture”, and it was large with 16,000 visitors a day When the show opened, Peter said: ‘My first thought was that the whole world was white men, …
 
© Michael Birt, 17 December 1982 “If you never change your mind, why have one?” asked Edward Charles Francis Publius de Bono, a Maltese physician and psychologist known as the father of lateral thinking. Here are some of the resources I used to create this episode: A Little Lateral Thinking – BBC Interview in The Guardian, 2007 Interview in The Tim…
 
Evana Morris shares her story of coming to England from Grenada as part of Evewright’s Caribbean Takeaway Takeover. “The Caribbean takeaway is an important cultural meeting place in the Caribbean community. A home from home, the kitchen is where meals are prepared, but also where stories are exchanged and shared. Going back to African roots, cookin…
 
© Bernard Zieja Lindka Cierach was born in Lesotho to Polish-British parents, and is best known for designing Sarah Ferguson’s wedding dress. This is her lovely Kensington apartment which she sold last year. Fergie’s dress designed by CierachMeg’s veil has one flower for each Commonwealth country embroidered on it. AFRICA: Botswana – Ear of Sorghum…
 
I was introduced to Dulani’s work through her contribution to the Hidden Sussex Anthology. Her piece tells the story of the Chattri, a monument in Brighton to 53 Indian soldiers who died in WWI. In this episode she speaks about her family history, her work and the importance of teaching her daughters about belonging. Dulani Kulasinghe was born in C…
 
Lisa Monks steps in with this minisode about Al Bowlly, once described as ‘Europe’s Most Popular Crooner and Famous Radio and Record Star’. His Blue Plaque can be seen at 26 Charring Cross Rd. The book mentioned is Your 48 page pictorial story souvenir of Al Bowlly, 1975 by Ray Pallett. And the music in this episode is his own, you can find plenty …
 
This, the final sentence of a recent Rihanna interview with The New York Times has sent London Twitter crazy. RihRih lives in London!? I’m going to need everyone to start introducing themselves to their neighbours because one of you is living next to Rihanna. — abi mcintosh (@abimci) May 22, 2019 British Subjects is produced by Anna Rose Kerr.…
 
Scottie & Spanky sit down with climate activists Rose Morris and Kate Day to talk about the basics of Climate Change and how we take responsibility as global citizens and Christians. Make a submission to the Zero Carbon Act today here: https://www.facebook.com/events/293199874955160/By Scottie Reeve, Spanky Moore & Rose Morris
 
Sam Martinez was born 10 February 1918 in Honduras, now known as Belize. He came to Scotland in 1942 to help with the war effort as a lumberjack. He lived until the age of 106 having many careers and children, and becoming a dedicated fan of local football team the Hibs. In this episode I speak to his grandson Yutsil Hoyo Diaz Martinez, who is maki…
 
Chao is a digital heritage specialist and overall history geek. After starting a history blog in 2012, she realised that the history she was taught growing up had significant gaps, was impersonal and had no room for personal stories and memories. Since then, she been doing various projects to document history/ culture through digital media. You can…
 
I couldn’t find a photo anywhere of Hulda, but this is footage likely from the Old Location Uprising Hulda Kamboi Ngatjikare (married name Shipanga) was born on 28 October 1926 in Aminuis, South-West Africa (now known as Namibia). She came to the UK to study and qualifed as a theatre nurse and specialising in paediatrics and orthopaedics. In this e…
 
Altab Ali was a textiles worker who moved to London from Bangladesh, with his uncle in 1969. When he was murdered by racists on May the 4th 1978 his death sparked a protest of thousands of Bengali people and supporters. In this episode I speak to Rafique Ullah, who was a teenager at the time, about life before and after this murder. You can listen …
 
New Zealand-born Nancy Wake loved a good drink and handsome men, and hated nothing more than the Nazis. Working as a freelance journalist in 1933, Wake travelled to Vienna to interview the German Chancellor, a man named Adolf Hitler. She saw Nazi brutality first hand, and developed a deep, deep hatred for the party, vowing to take them down. When W…
 
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