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Best Tunisia podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Tunisia podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Bookings: laskowskya@gmail.com Natalie Gioia is awarded singer, composer, musician and songwriter. There is no any music genre that is impossible for Natalie to overcome: a lot of EDM, Pop, Jazz and Rock songs are in her discography. Tracks with her vocals are known with the harmony, strong and at the same time soft vocals and the melodies full of soul, you won’t forget even while you are sleeping. The own style of singing makes Natalie unique what can blow away everybody in the party house. ...
 
Tune in with Mohamed and Ameen giving you a critical analysis of various topics from the perspective of 2 of the most sensible Muslim fathers on the internet Available on all major podcast platforms! Leave us a great review if you're enjoying the show too! Email: mindheistpodcast@gmail.com Questions: curiouscat.me/mindheistpod Twitter/Instagram: @mindheistpod Sponsored by www.purexi.com Sponsored by www.seeramasters.com Stay blessed!
 
UNDG Session is the monthly show from Tunisia ! For all lovers of House Music this is the mix to check,A Monthly fresh mix of some monster tracks compiled and mixed by Samy ChellyA full journey through the worlds finest Underground musicA catchy, A unique funky, housy, techy tracks to create a floor pounding Mix.an infectious energy on the mix with twisted vocals , an inherent sexy darkness with grooves.Official podcast delivers one-hour mix episode !for more info visit
 
While the Maghreb has long been at the margins of U.S. policy in the Middle East and North Africa, trends in this region increasingly reverberate throughout the Middle East. In this new environment, developments in the Maghreb will continue to have an impact both on the region and on U.S. interests. The CSIS Middle East Program examines changing political, economic, and security trends in the Maghreb—defined here as Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya—through original research and analysis ...
 
The podcast features discussions on African hip hop music & culture. The podcast is produced & hosted by Msia Kibona Clark and students in the Department of African Studies at Howard University and students in the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. You can access all of our podcasts and blog posts on hip hop in Africa at www.hiphopafrican.com.
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.
 
This show is especially designed to help my non-Arab students develop their Arabic Language Skills. It is a good review for all levels. Here is the LINK to the transcript of this material. http://mysmartreview.com/Podcast01to25Paragraphs.pdf http://mysmartreview.com/Podcast26to50Paragraphs.pdf
 
GDC FM is back with its third season. This episode we answer your long awaited questions including what are does bumps on your nipples? We keep you up to date on the latest reggae news and the Spotlight is on the Twinkle Brothers. Plus we have a special interview with Hollie Cook and General Roots with an exclusive live acoustic session.
 
The Arab Spring: A History is a podcast seeking to explore just how the Arab Spring happened. If you've ever wondered just what has been happening in the Middle East for the last few years, this is the podcast for you. So, how are we going to do this? We're going to tell the story of the Middle East since 1900, and take it up to the present day. We'll look at a mixture of revolutions, social reform, political developments, global diplomacy and economic boom and bust across the region that at ...
 
At Bosses Who Brunch, we talk about the challenges, celebrate the successes, and hear real stories of what it’s like to start a business. Every other week, WhiteHat Magazine's editor-in-chief Chrisella Herzog sits down with an entrepreneur to talk about their path to starting a business, and some of the challenges they've overcome along the way. WhiteHat Magazine is a digital media organization that covers technology for social good and highlights diverse voices in science, tech, and entrepr ...
 
Established in September 2018, the Institute of Middle Eastern Studies draws together staff and students from across King’s College London working on the Middle East and North Africa. Based in a dozen departments, its over 30 faculty members produce world-class research on every country in the region. They are routinely asked by policy makers, civil society groups and media outlets both in the UK and elsewhere to provide expert analysis on events and developments in this important part of th ...
 
The Global Development Primer. The podcast about all issues in International Development Studies. Your host is Dr. Bob Huish, broadcasting from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The podcast covers the basics of International Development, while featuring the work of researchers and practitioners from around the world. This is your podcast to learn more about International Development and to stay in touch with important global issues.
 
Maghrib in Past & Present | Podcasts is a forum in which artists, writers, and scholars from North Africa, the United States, and beyond can present their ongoing and innovative research on and cultural activities in the Maghrib. The podcasts are based on lectures or performances before live audiences across the Maghrib. Aiming to project the scientific and cultural dynamism of research in and on North Africa into the classroom, we too hope to reach a wider audience across the globe.
 
Middle East Weekly brings you the most important stories from the Middle East, taking you behind the headlines with analysis from across the region. If you're interested in the Middle East, aren't sure why it's so important, or are just looking for a new way to fill your morning commute, give us a listen! Every week we'll be looking at three new Middle Eastern issues in the news, with expert analysis from our team of editors who'll be lifting the lid on a region that all too often seems impo ...
 
This is the Colour of Innovation, a podcast on innovation brought to you by the United Nations Development Programme. Innovation for development is about disrupting the way things work, or don’t… and using creative approaches for solving difficult problems that people experience every day. This show brings to you inspiring stories of innovation from across the Arab States. In each episode, UNDP introduces social innovators, sharing their inspirations and their ideas, their passions and their ...
 
The Arab uprisings of 2011 created unexpected opportunities for religious radicals. Although many inside and outside the region initially saw the uprisings as liberal triumphs, illiberal forces have benefited disproportionately. In Tunisia, formally marginalized jihadi-salafi groups appealed for mainstream support, and in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood triumphed in elections. Even in Saudi Arabia, not known for either lively politics or for political entrepreneurship, a surprising array of fo ...
 
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Episode 94: The “Student Question” in Tunisia: Between the Attraction of Leftism and the Steamroll of Authoritarian Paternalism (1963-1979) In this podcast, Dr. Idriss Jebari discusses the student question’s emergence in the context of the Parisian radical sixties and the importance of Maoist insights. Jebari examines the way Perspectives seized on…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, David Schenker, the US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, discussed the situation in Libya and the involvement of foreign forces like Turkey and Russia in the conflict there. "We think it's important that the arms embargo be implemented immediately," he told FRANCE 24. Schenker warned that the Lib…
 
The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be under-estimated for Asia - the world's largest developing region. The social and economic impacts of COVID-19 for those living below the poverty line in Asia and the Pacific will be substantial. So what are development actors doing about it? In this episode of GDP, we're happy to have Bart Édes joining…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Ibrahim Kalin, a spokesman for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, discussed the situation in Libya, where Turkey has sent troops in support of the UN-backed Tripoli-based government. He also talked about Syria and the dispute with the Trump administration over Turkey's acquisition of Russian S-400 air defence sy…
 
Lord Ekomy Ndong, has been a leading voice in the African hip hop scene since 1990, when he founded the Gabonese group Movaizhaleine. Movaizhaleine's 1999 debut album was Mission Mbeng. He released his 1st solo album, L’Afrikain, in 2003. It is considered by many to be a hip-hop classic. Over his career, he has done collaborations with several arti…
 
During times of crisis in the UK, World War Two is often remembered as a period when the country rallied together to fight a common enemy. But as Simon Watts finds out from the BBC archives, there was a crime wave during the war years, with a massive increase in looting and black marketeering. Also in the programme, the first 3D printers, plus a bl…
 
In April 2020 rumour spread like wildfire that Kim Jong Un died. Greg Scarlatoiu and Dr. Bob Huish didn't believe it. They were right. So how did the world get this story so wrong? In this episode of GDP, Dr. Bob chats with Greg Scarlatoiu, the Executive Director of the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK) in Washington, D.C., about the…
 
We're back to talk about the book Ameen's been working on, his crowdfunding campaign, Ramadan during lockdown and Zakat/giving close to home and via apps. Enjoy! Links mentioned in the show: Islamic Masculinity crowdfunding campaign: http://www.launchgood.com/bettermen Qalby Etmaan YT show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTYNerRYjdiyRNR6LgRmOOQ/v…
 
The global economy has been turned on its head by the coronavirus pandemic, with predictions of the worst recession in 90 years. The head of the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), Angel Gurria, has told FRANCE 24 that it is a “false dilemma to say to have to choose between lives and livelihoods”, and that dealing with bo…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf discussed the Covid-19 pandemic and its consequences on Africa. Sirleaf, who was president during the deadly Ebola outbreak of 2014, voiced concern about the forthcoming economic crisis. She also called on world leaders not to overlook the fight against malaria.…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet warned that some governments were taking advantage of emergency powers imposed amid the Covid-19 crisis to stifle dissent. She also called for the response to the pandemic to be "driven by science-based facts", rather than politics or the economy.…
 
Listen to Sakura Kuma who has a holistic view of the port. She has worked as a terminal operator, business developer, landlord, port investments and she thinks that being able to walk in someone else's shoes makes you more understanding of different perspectives. Sakura works with marketing & sales right now but her mind is geared towards CSR and h…
 
Acclaimed author and political activist Arundhati Roy speaks to FRANCE 24 about the Covid-19 pandemic and the Indian response. She says that the virus amplifies co-morbidities, and it does the same thing to human societies: "It exposes infirmities, weaknesses and prejudices." On the post-pandemic world, she tells us that if we were "sleepwalking" i…
 
Since the beginning of the lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic in France, Michelin-starred chef Philippe Etchebest has been alerting the government and the general public about the state of the restaurant industry. All restaurants in France have been closed since March 15 and there is no word yet on when they can reopen. In an interview with FRAN…
 
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24 and RFI, Madagascar's President Andry Rajoelina defended his promotion of a controversial homegrown remedy for Covid-19 despite an absence of clinical trials. "It works really well," he said of the herbal drink Covid-Organics. Rajoelina claimed that if a European country had discovered the remedy, people wou…
 
It’s season 4 of the Global Development Primer. And needless to say, we’re starting this season in a state that no one saw coming: The COVID-19 pandemic. There are no bystanders to this crisis. It has impacted everyone on earth in some way. University communities were among many who had to rethink "business as usual", and in this podcast Dalhousie …
 
Ameen lays out his proven method for having a great, consistent Ramadan and explains how you can apply it with success even if it's halfway through Ramadan! To support Mohammad's cause mentioned in the episode: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-dads-cancer-battle To support and pre-order the Ameen's book mentioned in the episode: www.launchgood.co…
 
Episode 93: The Transmission and Effectivity of the Ma’luf Tradition, an Andalusian Music within Tunisia and Libya In this podcast, Jared Holton discusses the transmission and effectivity of ma'luf, an Andalusian musical tradition of North Africa. Holton’s research project explores the historical and ethnographic circulations of Tunisian and Libyan…
 
The UN's World Food Programme (WFP) is warning of potential famines of "biblical proportions" as the Covid-19 pandemic affects countries in an already dire situation. In an interview with FRANCE 24, the United Nation's WFP Executive Director David Beasley said he was especially worried about a breakdown in the supply chain that allows his agency to…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Taiwan's Vice President Chen Chien-jen, an epidemiologist by training, discussed his country's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, while criticising the response of China and the World Health Organization. Chen refused to rule out the "possibility" that the coronavirus originated in a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan. He a…
 
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24 and RFI, the president of the Republic of Congo, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, discussed the Covid-19 pandemic in his country, as well as a controversial treatment developed in Madagascar that the Republic of Congo plans to use. He also talked about the economic consequences of the health crisis and asked for up to …
 
Russell Thomas discusses complex systems. You can find Russell's writings and works at Exploring Possibility Space and where you can also find the post "Think You Understand Black Swans? Think Again." If you want to learn more about complex systems make sure to check out Complexity Explorer, that features coursework and resources for the study of c…
 
In episode #136 you meet Katy Ware, Director of Maritime and Safety standards at the Maritime Coastguard Agency and a Permanent Representative of the UK to the IMO, a power woman who is working very hard to support the maritime industry in the pandemic crises. Katy is concerned about the seafarers around the world, the cruise industry and how the s…
 
Episode 92: The Buffalo Agency: Maghribi Ibadis in Cairo, 1850-1950 In this interview, Paul Love discusses the early stages of his new book project on the history of Ibadi Muslims from the Maghrib who lived, worked, and studied in Ottoman Cairo. Tentatively titled The Buffalo Agency: Ibadi Muslims in Ottoman Cairo, the book follows the history of a…
 
For over 60 years Cuba has offered medical outreach and assistance to other countries in the Americas & Africa. More recently the cooperation has grown to include countries in Asia, and now the Pacific. In this episode, Dr. Bob Huish reflects on researching Cuban medical internationalism for the past 15 years. He argues that Cuba's solidarity and o…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Icelandic Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir discussed the outbreak of Covid-19 in Iceland, which has around 1,800 cases of the disease and so far only 10 deaths. "I think we are gaining control over the pandemic," she said. Jakobsdóttir explained the reasons for her country's success in doing so, particularly mass t…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Dr Julien Cavanagh, a neurologist at the State University of New York, discussed the daily challenge of treating patients with Covid-19 at his Brooklyn hospital. Dr Cavanagh explained why African Americans and Latinos are disproportionately affected by the virus. He also expressed his disapproval of protesters who ar…
 
South Africa is almost indisputably leading the pack right now in terms of quality hip-hop music produced on the continent. South African rappers, more so than any other African rappers I’ve researched, have that distinct level of lyrical ability and production quality which makes hip-hop great. In an article highlighting some of the top African Hi…
 
The grandson of the last surviving African-born US slave, plus the story behind the portable hospital breathing ventilator that was a precursor to those helping save coronavirus lives; also on the programme the Pakistani welfare hero, the deadly explosion which sent 130 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, and candid insights from one of…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24 and RFI, Louise Mushikiwabo, the secretary general of La Francophonie, explained that Africa has been "extremely cautious" amid the Covid-19 pandemic from a health perspective, but that it is already suffering the economic consequences. She added, however, that she was not in favour of cancelling the debt of African c…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Beth Cameron, a former top White House official for pandemics, discussed the Trump administration’s response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Cameron headed a directorate on pandemics, created under Barack Obama, that was later disbanded by the Trump administration. She told FRANCE 24 that "time was lost" due to that decisi…
 
This is an episode of Hip Hop Hour with Teg and Liam. In this episode they review the album God Decides by South African artist Tellaman.Tellaman’s music can be found at:Spotify: open.spotify.com/album/5bJrBac7Ku…omSo-cmzle5excPwApple Music: music.apple.com/us/album/god-decides/1446885934Youtube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUjKeyYeP…pDrh8fAxf2eLJGzxU …
 
Episode 91: L’anthropologie des pratiques langagières dans le contexte maghrébin L'anthropologie linguistique se donne pour objectif d’examiner, dans une perspective comparative, comment la langue façonne la vie sociale, la culture, l'identité et l'appartenance à un groupe social, et comment elle met en place des idéologies et des croyances culture…
 
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