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.
Live from the Sussex Kurdish Community banquet at Hove Town Hall in 2014, with Kurdish folk music from Suna Alan.
Performances by Senegalese musician Khadim Sarr; poets Ali Abdolrezai and Abol Froushan; and artist Hong Dam. With the young people of Bandbazi. Bonus feature Featuring award winning war journalist Medyan Dairieh on his new film, Rebels on the...
A live broadcast from a concert on 6th June, 2012 at the Roundhouse in Camden in association with Sandblast, featuring Aziza Brahim and Inua Ellams. This was an event to raise funds for music projects in the refugee camps of the Algerian desert...
Against all adversity, Tiris have managed to get their music out to the world with their debut album, Sandtracks. Find out more about their struggle and their songs
Live music and poetry from the Iranian Community in Brighton, with an amazing display of virtuosity on the santoor by Mr Shapouri and the history behind some mysterious Persian artefacts
Introducing a series of programmes on the music of the kora, an African instrument popularised by Toumani Diabate. Featuring Ablaye Cissoko of Senegal and Foday Musa Suso’s collaboration with Philip Glass.