How does it feel to be a castaway in the UK today? Our latest book is based on interviews with refugees and asylum seekers living in Brighton and East Sussex, and the people who work with those communities. It tells their stories, in their own words...
Interview with Syrian folk musicians Jamal & Alaa with their good friend, Phil Minns, founder of the refugee and migrant charity, Best Foot Music.
The intrepid Phil Minns, founder of refugee music charity Best Foot Music, travels to the Calais Jungle to record songs performed by refugees from around the world. Despite the dangerous conditions, music finds a way.
Refugee Radio presents An evening of poetry and music on the theme of human rights to celebrate the publication of “In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights”. With leading Peruvian poet and musician Sofia Buchuk and the UK poetry slam champion, Keith...
Live from the Sussex Kurdish Community banquet at Hove Town Hall in 2014, with Kurdish folk music from Suna Alan.
A short telephone interview with an immigration detainee called Kanko who is about to be sent back to Cameroon where he will face persecution because of his sexuality.
Osama Ahmadani talks to Trish Baxter, a retired refugee caseworker from a Plymouth charity who is still active in the community. Her story is interspersed with some great music from Sudan chosen for your listening pleasure by Osama.
Osama Ahmadani interviews David Feindouno from Plymouth Hope about his work in the community using sport as a way to bring people together
Osama Ahmadani talks to Waleed Abdallah, the founder of the Give Back project in Plymouth about his life and work combating racism and helping refugees to contribute to the community.
Osama Ahmadani talks to Sisu, one of the refugee volunteers from the Refugee Radio Resilience Panel who shares the “desert island discs” that she brought with her from Egypt to Brighton, including Fadl Shaker and Yara.