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Caipirinha Appreciation Society #516: MatinéeSat, 2021-04-03 18:36

Being a DJ act as well as a podcast, the Caipirinha Appreciation Society often claims nighttime as their territory. But... See details

Sound & Colour: Standing in the SunFri, 2021-03-05 13:51

A selection of songs to bridge the last cold and grey weeks before the beginning of spring and hopefully find their way... See details

Panjab In My Eye Episode 12Tue, 2021-02-23 18:30

Back by popular demand, Panjabi In My Eye Episode 12. Giving exposure to some recent and not so recent releases, flips... See details

Caipirinha Appreciation Society #153: Carnival 3Sat, 2021-02-13 23:04

This archive episode of the Caipirinha Appreciation Society is dedicated to the memory of writer Peter Fryer, the... See details

afshan d’souza-lodhi on SOAS RadioWed, 2021-02-10 10:03

afshan d’souza-lodhi talks to Isuru about her career, influences and writing philosophy, with extracts and analysis... See details

DanDana Episode 18 | With Rasha NahasTue, 2021-02-02 19:52

On top of the high mountains of Haifa, by the Mediterranean see there lies a vibrant scene of Palestinian music, from... See details

Sound & Colour: Guesting w/ Yara EidSat, 2021-01-16 15:57

Guest host Yara Eid takes us through some tracks from her childhood in Gaza, Palestine as well as some of her more... See details

DanDana Episode 17 | W/ Yousra Mansour of Bab L'BluzTue, 2021-01-05 22:33

In this intimate DanDana podcast host and producer Christina Hazboun talks to the wonderful Yousra Mansour, front woman... See details

Caipirinha Appreciation Society #515: FountainSat, 2021-01-02 20:09

In this episode of the Caipirinha Appreciation Society we express our thanks to all the artists who send us their... See details

Caipirinha Appreciation Society #514: Mondo CaneWed, 2020-12-09 15:15

Every so often Brazil's harsh reality seeps into the Caipirinha Appreciation Society. We're not so much music... See details

DecolonoizeTue, 2020-12-01 22:20

The “Decolonoize” session by Aniruddha Das for SOAS Radio is a brief “sonic essay” touching upon the... See details