Radio programmes



RADIO REPORTS AND PROGRAMMES




Three latest:



Libya: Musicians for the first time on national radio (11 October 2011)
Cameroon: BBC radio interview with singer Joe la Conscience (17 August 2011)
Egypt: BBC radio interview with singer Ramy Essam (10 August 2011)






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Radio Freemuse: ‘Music censorship in Africa 2008′
Listen to or download a 15 minutes radio report explaining about music censorship in Africa today. Hear what the African musicians have to say themselves about the topic
By Freemuse
27 February 2008
Radio Without Borders: Listen to the Banned
Here on Earth – Radio Without Borders, a one-hour live programme on Wisconsin Public Radio broadcasted a special feature programme about the album ‘Listen to the banned’
By Jean Feraca
10 November 2010
Pakistan: Music and militancy in the frontier (radio report)
This radio report tells about religious militants’ attacks on music centres, and the reactions from the owners of the music business in Swat Valley of North-West Pakistan.
By Marvaiz Khan, Freemuse
25 February 2008
Egypt: BBC radio interview with singer Ramy Essam
Listen to BBC’s interview with Ramy Essam, the Egyptian singer-songwriter who became famous for turning protesters chants into catchy songs in January 2011
By Matthew Bannister, BBC World Service
10 August 2011
Libya: Musicians for the first time on national radio
Three weeks earlier, guitarist Fuad Ramadan could have been arrested for performing most of his songs in public. Now he is for the first time invited to perform on national radio
By NPR
11 October 2011
Cameroon: BBC radio interview with singer Joe la Conscience
“I am the most banned artist in Cameroon today. The radios are afraid to play my music,” Joe la Consience told BBC in August 2011.
By Randy Joe Sa’ah, BBC Network Africa
17 August 2011
Zimbabwe: Radio programme about music censorship
Radio programme about music censorship in Zimbabwe – with radio manager K. Nyoni, lawyer K. Phulu, poet A. Nyathi, and radio presenters R. Moyo and S. Mkhithika
By Zenzele Ndebele
07 June 2007