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Coping with coronavirus’ fruits of boredom? Well, make our Asia House Arts In Isolation series your favourite playlist and belt them out — and open a window so others can hear.Pretty much everything from the Louvre to the NBA has been closed, cancelled or postponed. But it takes more than that to really cancel culture. Because if you can’t visit art, we bring it to you. We can still remain connected to the creative voices who help us make sense of our times.
 
Desert Isolation Discs aims to capture the essence of the people we interview through their music choices in a cheekily familiar format. We talk to creative types and music lovers about what eight songs they couldn't live without if stranded in a desert. The show is hosted by London-based journalist and ShadowPlay fanzine editor Alex Lawson. Tweet him @MrAlexLawson and more on the show at http://desertisolationdiscs.blogspot.co.uk/
 
A podcast about running tabletop games, focussed on doing so within this current moment of global crisis. I'm an experienced GM adapting offline workshop content into this series that will offer help and encouragement to GMs old and new, covering general game advice, emotional wellbeing, and the nitty-gritty of online play, among other things. Transcripts available through diceagainstisolation.tumblr.com, or in episode descriptions.
 
UNDERGROUND KOLLEKTIV / FLASH FORWARD PRESENTS / TWISTEDVINTAGE / DARKGROUND RECORDS / MINI VIBE RECORDS / HOUSEFREQS / NOTHING BUT / LW RECORDINGS Chael has never been afraid to buck the trend and push the boundaries of what goes into putting on a performance. His hybrid DJ sets incorporate traditional DJ techniques with hardware instruments and has gained recognition amongst fellow DJs and audiences alike. With releases on Underground Kollektiv Records, Mini Vibe Records, TwistedVintage Mu ...
 
Have You Had, Or Currently Have, The COVID19 Virus?...Do You Know Somebody Who Has The COVID19 Virus Right Now?...Are You Curious To Know How It Feels To Have Had (and Survived) The COVID19 Virus?... If Your answer IS YES, To The Above Then You'll NEED To Listen To This PodCast."COVID19: A Diary Of...COnvalescence, Vulnerability, Isolation & Determination".
 
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A special one today. Our very own So Mayer celebrates the launch of their phenomenal pocket essay A Nazi Word for a Nazi Thing, an essay on Queer Erasure and a wholesale destruction of the wretched, fascist concept of Entartete. Today's pod is a pomo mashup, featuring red-hot recordings from launch night, coupled with thoughts and reflections to fi…
 
Ratish Nanda, CEO of Aga Khan Trust for Culture India, tells us about his work at the organisation and how they worked on the transformation of neighborhoods and communities based on their needs. Nanda along his team has been able to revive and reinvigorate public spaces in India, creating new places for recreation, in particular gardens--giving pe…
 
Episode 7. Contextualising the Occult - Liana Saif and Juan de Lara Liana Saif explores how divination, talismans, amulets and ritual have helped people address social anxieties and cultural challenges throughout history. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series and Converging Paths, an initiative organised in partnership with th…
 
Professor of Arabian and Middle Eastern Archaeology at UCL, Robert Carter, tells us about the importance of pearl trade in the Gulf and India, and with over 7,000 years of history defining and shaping the global economy. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series and Converging Paths, an initiative organised in partnership with the…
 
Jaimee Comstock-Skipp, PhD candidate affiliated with Leiden University, takes us on a magic journey to learn more about the mythical spine of Iran: Firdausī’s Shāhnāma epic. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series and Converging Paths, an initiative organised in partnership with the Barakat Trust that promotes the arts and cultu…
 
George Manginis, Academic Director at the Benaki Museum in Athens, sheds light on the importance of the Monastery of St. Catherine in Mount Sinai, Egypt—the bridge between Asia and Africa. George will reveal, how unlike popular belief, the monastery has been an important place of pilgrimage for three Abrahamic religions alike: Christendom, Islam an…
 
In Chapter1+2, of this Episode, Robert uses a collection of excerpts from video calls/voice messages he made to Family and Friends, during the period (12th - 21st August 2020), after leaving the Hospital. These excerpts reveal, the struggle he has with ''getting back his body", continuing Insomnia, and the realization he has a serious condition P.E…
 
Nancy Um, professor of Art History at Binghamton University, takes us on a journey to discover the stories and myths associated to one of the largest commodities of modern world, coffee. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series and Converging Paths, an initiative organised in partnership with the Barakat Trust that promotes the a…
 
Salma Tuqan, Deputy Director of Delfina Foundation and former Contemporary Middle East Curator at the V&A, gives us a better insight of the thriving and resilient cultural scene experienced in the Levant countries of the Mediterranean, in particular Lebanon, Palestine and Jordan. Through her sounded expertise, Salma explains the several ways in whi…
 
Robert left the Sint-Pierre (Saint Peter), Hospital, BRUSSELS, on 12th Aug 2020, to continue his COnvalescence at home. This episode is a combination of his recollections of that time as well as one or two moments where he spoke to family members/friends via WhatsApp video/chat/calls #COVID19ADiaryOf STAY SAFE...please! If you ARE (or HAVE been) a …
 
Today guest host Will Kherbek and Ant are joined by Vincent Bevins, author of the timely and essential Jakarta Method. In the Jakarta Method the former Washington Post journalist sketches a Cold War history of U.S. antagonism against democratic governments of the Third World, and the terrible human cost of the CIA's anti-Communist paranoia. Also, S…
 
Welcome to a chat with four grown chaps, fun content and interesting facts. Our second show, covering as much as we can about Lockdown, what we've been doing and how we've been managing. Also includes THE FACTS MACHINE and THE ISOLATION ROOM 101. Hosted by Ross McGrane with Lockdown crew, John Oakes, Iain Keenan and Liam Holmes and with special gue…
 
In this episode, Robert describes what it was like to stay in the Hospital. Robert, had never stayed(overnight) in Hospital in his life. In actual fact, he naively thought after arriving at the hospital he'd be 'checked over', given some meds and then told to go home... His thoughts and recollections of those moments are...Listen to find out more. …
 
Today Ant and Dan are joined by the punk polymath Dr. Habib William Kherbek to talk everything from his terrifying theory of 'Technofeudalism', writing Britain authentically as an immmigrant, to his remix-novel of Don Quixote, New Adventures. Strap in for a wild ride, for your brain will be throbbing when this one is done. Bonus Content: An Excitin…
 
In this episode, Robert describes the period (1 week or so before) he realized he had the symptoms of the COVID19 Virus. It's still unclear where he may have contracted it...but his thoughts are interesting. #COVID19ADiaryOf STAY SAFE...please! If you ARE (or HAVE been) a COVID19 sufferer OR know of someone close who has COVID19 and would like to b…
 
Robert Awere, a 54-year-old black-British ex-pat living in Brussels-BELGIUM, knew he had the COVID19 Virus on the 1st August 2020, when he first showed the symptoms he showed. In this Podcast, Robert shares with us in a diary format, his thoughts, feelings, experiences as he caught, fought and recovers from this wretched virus. He talks about his o…
 
Welcome to a chat with four grown chaps, fun content and interesting facts. Our first show, covering as much as we can about Lockdown, what we did and how we managed. Also includes ZOOM, CALL, TEXT and Quarantine game. Hosted by Ross McGrane with Lockdown crew, John Oakes, Iain Keenan and Liam Holmes.…
 
Today's episode is 100% bibliophilia, as Sam and So celebrate the re-opening of the bookstore and return of all our book-loving customers, and talk to the author of the year's bookiest book, Eley Williams, whose debut novel The Liar's Dictionary is a riot of linguistic invention AND Sherlock Holmes queer fanfic Easter eggs. Prepare for verbal barti…
 
The Hagia Sophia has featured in thousands of books and treatises throughout the centuries, many of which have praised the awe-inspiring spaces of this architectural feat. Yet recently, the building has made headlines for very different reasons, as politics and heritage become entangled. In this week’s podcast, Professor Bissera Pentcheva helps us …
 
The Moon has been a revered orb for civilizations from all over the world. It provides gentle light during the night, sets the calendars and regualtes the tidal force. Ulrike Al-Khamis explores our fascination with this mystical celestial body and looks at the role it has played in faith, science, and the arts across the Muslim world and beyond. Th…
 
In this episode So is joined by Katy Derbyshire to talk about the integral role of translators in mediating between international literature and the Anglophone world, the perils of book-buying during lockdown in Berlin. What's more, Katy shares some off-kilter recommendations from the buzzing contemporary German scene and discusses her role in crea…
 
eL Seed works in the public sphere, for the people and most of the time, with the people. During this interview eL Seed sheds light into his career, his projects democratising art and on his roots, to reveal the ingredients that form his unique sense of perspective and community cohesion. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series …
 
Dr Sussan Babaie offers an illuminating conversation about how we, as a society, deal with misconceptions and stereotypes regarding our past and own cultures. She uses the example of Iran to reflect on these and other issues such as identity, education and rethinking cultural boundaries. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series a…
 
Recorded live for www.undergroundkollektiv.co.uk1: Tauchen - Picoz (Original Mix)2: Daniel Boon - Acid Men (Original Mix)3: Dave Sinner - Survival (Original Mix)4: DJ Dextro - 31 Lyrics (Original Mix)5: Richard Kleber - Raw Mode (Axel Karakasis remix)6: Atroxx - Abandoned (Original Mix)7: MT93 - Pegassi 51 (Original Mix)8: Fran Von Vie - El Diablo …
 
Nixi Cura gives us a comprehensible historical insight on how has China dealt with the different ethnicities and minorities that form the modern-day country, and reflects on why trade is important to build up tolerance and harmonious coexistence. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series and Converging Paths, an initiative organis…
 
On today's podcast, we get emotional about Burley Fisher re-opening, and So talks solidarity, workers' rights, friendship, filmmaking, the power of self-expression and why poetry is sexy with contributors to Hustling Verse: An Anthology of Sex Workers' Poetry. SWARM: https://www.swarmcollective.org/ Scot-PEP? http://www.scot-pep.org.uk/home Sex Wor…
 
The Kaaba is the sanctuary at the heart of Mecca, where over one million pilgrims from around the world gather every year, and towards which the world's 1.8 billion Muslims pray. Join Dr Simon O'Meara for a fascinating conversation about the Kaaba and how Muslims have written about it over the centuries. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in I…
 
Professor Tarek Swelim shares with us a remarkable time in history full of political conflict, intrigue and of course, beauty: Mamluk Egypt. Follow us on this inspiring journey to discover the savage outcome of this dynasty. This podcast is part of Asia House Arts in Isolation Series and Converging Paths, an initiative organised in partnership with…
 
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