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Afrikan Quest Radio Programmes

Nubiart, on east London-based licensed station Sound Radio 1503AM is broadcast every Wed at 5-7pm and Sat at 7-9pm and also on the net at: www.soundradio.info

The focus of our shows are Afrikan arts, social and current affairs. In recent shows we have covered:

~ Akyaaba Addai Sebo, initiator of UK’s Black History Month
~ Aldo Ajou Deng Akuei, ex-Deputy Prime Minister of Sudan
~ Deng Ajak’s History of Sudan
~ Anglo-French Racism
~ Racism in Brazil
~ Rev Buddy Larrier, Mental Health & Racism
~ Cheryl Sanchez, Afrikan Diamonds
~ Edinburgh Festival Reportback
~ Action Group on Eritrea
~ George Shire, Zimbabwean 2005 elections
~ Godfrey Marawanyika, Centre for Renewable Energy & Environmental Technology, Zimbabwe
~ Ali Hlongwane – Hector Pieterson Museum
~ Hotter Than (Last) July
~ Janet (StGiNU), Acoli plight in northern Uganda
~ H.E. Berhanu Kebede, Ethiopian Ambassador to UK
~ Kongo Caribbean
~ Dr Lez Henry (Nu-Beyond Ltd) - Where is the Blackman's God?
~ Toyin Agbetu (Ligali) - Multiculturalism and Birmingham demos
~ The Makongo
~ Meranda Maud - Domestic Violence [2 shows]
~ Mortimer Planno
~ Nia Reynolds - ‘Black Victims of the Nazis’
~ Nabi Lukombo – Bundu Dia Kongo Representative in the UK
~ Prof Carolyn Cooper - Jamaican literature and music
~ Beats, Grooves & Rhythms – The History of Music
~ Rt Hon Diane Abbott, MP
~ Runoko Rashidi
~ Sidi Goma
~ Simon Woolley, Operation Black Vote
~ Journeys In Niger
~ Adwoa Kufuor (Sudan Organisation Against Torture) – Darfur Genocide
~ Survivors Fund, Genocide in Rwanda
~ Anu M’Bantu - 5000 years of Afrikans in Iraq, Sumer and Mesopotamia
~ ‘The Bird Family’ radio play on youth crime, freedom & prison
~ ‘No Sympathy!’ radio play on male-female relationships
~ Sandra Isidore (singer with Fela Kuti’s Africa 70 & Egypt 80) and Ghariokwu Lemi, artist on 26 of Fela’s albums.