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Radio RIAC is a community-engaged and driven media program of the Refugee Immigrant Advisory Council (RIAC).

Latest Episodes

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 78 – Part 1

Immigration News – Guest: Nuna Toweh from Liberia/ What’s Up Local – Guest: Santiago Guzman Santiago Guzmán/ Dave Mundy MusicandCallum Latta/ Zarin Tasnim and Ahmed Shokr Today we have an important topic to discuss at Radio RIAC withWUSC Memorial University. WUSC-MUN teammates Zarin Tasnim and Ahmed Shokr informed us about an upcoming student referendum where undergraduates can vote YES for the Student Refugee Program (SRP). The SRP will get MUN students to sponsor the education of a refugee youth for a minimum of 1 year. Popular among 92 campuses across Canada, WUSC-MUN hopes to become the 93rd! Cast your support for the SRP on November 5 & 6 by logging into MUN Self-Service or visiting a MUNSU polling station. Visitwusc-mun.orgfor more information And for Immigration News we have the story ofNuna Toweh, talking about losing her Dad during the war in Liberia. Some happy memories in the refugee camp, racism issues and after everything she is here in Newfoundland. We also have two What’s Up Local:1.Santiago Guzmáncame by again to talk about Todos Production, his new production company!2.Dave Mundy MusicandCallum Lattaonce again rock CHMR Studio with their blues music and talked aboutDave Mundy & Callum Lattacoming up album.

61 MIN2019 NOV 1
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 78 – Part 1

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 77 – Part 2

Multicultural Music – Music of Sichuan, China – Jin Chen / Bring ‘Em With Us – Goof of Nepal – Aditya Bhatta Jin Chen from Sichuan, China came to Radio RIAC to introduced four songs and he picked one song from his province Sichuan. And of course, the most beloved segment: Food! We bring Aditya Bhatta again to talk about food of Nepal.

56 MIN2019 OCT 27
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 77 – Part 2

#RadioRIAC - Podcast - Episode - 77 - Part 1

Riac News: Zone Zero Projects/ What’s Up Local: Leigha Locke, Kim Todd, Ahmed Ali Our house today is full of interesting guests, as always!! We’ll start with RIAC News: Reporting about a brand new RIAC project Zone Zero.RIAChad an info session with business organizations about this and we were there to bring the info to you! Then we have three What’s Up Local:1. Leigha Locke fromA. C. Hunter Public Library, you will be surprised with all the activities and services that they offer.2. Kim Todd talking about her new projectguide to the good, which brings small local business people together and allows you to find local goods easier!3.Ahmed Alitalking about the creative branding studiotaketeddy.com

51 MIN2019 OCT 25
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#RadioRIAC - Podcast - Episode - 77 - Part 1

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 2

Multicultural Music : Music of Nepal – Aditya Bhatta Bring ‘Em with Us : Food of Zanzibar – Ahmad Ali Saturday night again folks! It was a short week after the long weekend and we have one of our favorite segments: FOOD! Come with us to learn more about the food of Zanzibar with Ahmed Ali. We also have music from Nepal with Aditya Bhatta. Listen to some eclectic cultural influences from the beautiful mountainous region of Nepal.

60 MIN2019 OCT 21
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 2

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 1

Immigration News: Ahmed Ali What’s Up Local : Ana Luisa Ramos, Eric Taylor Escudero, Katie Power What do Zanzibar, Dubai, Tanzania and Newfoundland have in common?Ahmed Ali! Hear all about his journey and what led him all the way to St. John’s Newfoundland. No surprise here, but we just love Brazil!Ana Luisa RamosandEric Taylor Escuderorocked the CHMR studio this week with their own album of MPB music. Local musicianKatie Powerintroduces her debut album by sharing her unique sound and powerful voice.

61 MIN2019 OCT 19
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 1

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 75 – Part 2

Guests: Multicultural Music: Comfort Eboigbe, Bring ‘Em With Us: Andrew Kim. We`ll travel through music of Nigeria withComfort Eboigbe, listening to the tunes she grew up with. After that, we’ll have a taste of the food of South Korea, withAndrew Kim. This is Bring Em With Us! Tune in with us, Thursday 8-9 Pm and Saturday 7-8 pm only onCHMR 93.5FM or streaming online http://www.mun.ca/chmr/

58 MIN2019 OCT 15
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 75 – Part 2

Episode 75 Part 1:Carey Majid,Mr-Green,Sondria Browne and Deanne Bambrick

Guests: Carey Majid, Mr.Green “The Dancehall Murder”, Sondria Browne, Deanne Bambrick What’s Up Local: Starting off we haveCarey Majidand her very important work with the Human Rights Commission here in Newfoundland and Labrador. Listen to how people find a voice for their rights here. Second is a super special What’s Up Global, (first of its kind!) where we hear from a musician who is living and producing music in Uganda.Mr-Green Dancehall Murderershared some songs with us, and now we share it with you. Finally, to end off the evening we have Sondria Browne and Deanne Bambrick fromThe Murphy Centre, also doing very important work here in the city.

50 MIN2019 OCT 12
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Episode 75 Part 1:Carey Majid,Mr-Green,Sondria Browne and Deanne Bambrick

#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast – Bandung, East Java, Indonesia

Dendang Archipelago…the show all about Indonesia! Hosted byZay Nova. Guest: Alidi Kusuma In today’s program, Zay goes to Bandung City in West Java. Did you know that Bandung is the fashion capital of Indonesia? Yes! It’s called Paris Van Java. Zay has a great conversation with Alidi Kusuma who was born and raised in Bandung, West Java, and is studying in the UK. This show bring him to tears because it makes him miss his home town. Kawah Putih (Sulfuric White Crater) Zay Nova and Alidi Kusima talk about the traditional West Javan clothing “Kebaya”, the Kawah Putih (Sulfuric White Crater) in Bandung, the traditional puppet show called “Wayang Golek” which means “Golek Puppet”, and Zay Nova gets a chance to learn some Sundanese language with Alidi! Kebaya Wayang Golek Puppets Soto Bandung Listen to the podcast!

51 MIN2019 OCT 11
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#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast – Bandung, East Java, Indonesia

Episode 74 Part 2: Viviana Ramirez Luna,Shawn Adrian

Multicultural Music : Music of Colombia/ Bring ‘Em With Us: Food from Jakarta, Indonesia. For Multicultural Music this week, we go to Colombia withÁngela Viviana Ramírez Luna. This isn’t just Colombia, this is the Pacific Coast of Colombia where many cultural influences merge into a variety of dance-inducing styles. We also have Bring Em With Us! Our producerZay Novabrought his friend Shawn Adrian from Jakarta, Indoensia to talk about Soto Betawi, Kerak Telur, and anotherfood originally from Jakarta.

51 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Episode 74 Part 2: Viviana Ramirez Luna,Shawn Adrian

#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast 3 DKI Jakarta

Guest: Shawn Adrian It’s Dendang Archipelago! It’s the show all about the music and culture of Indonesia — hosted by the irrepressibleZay Nova! On today’s episode, Zay Nova and Jakarta born man Shawn Adrian travel to Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, to explore its music, food, tourism, and learn about the local Betawi people. TheNational Monument of Indonesia (Monas) Soto Betawi From the Monas national monument (topped with 38 kg of pure gold) to the city’s Ondel-Ondel mascot; from Soto Betawi (beef soup) to the infamous Kue Tete cakes, join us as Zay takes you on a tour of this fascinating city! Ondel-Ondel Kerak Telur Kue Tete Listen to the podcast:

52 MIN2019 OCT 4
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#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast 3 DKI Jakarta

Latest Episodes

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 78 – Part 1

Immigration News – Guest: Nuna Toweh from Liberia/ What’s Up Local – Guest: Santiago Guzman Santiago Guzmán/ Dave Mundy MusicandCallum Latta/ Zarin Tasnim and Ahmed Shokr Today we have an important topic to discuss at Radio RIAC withWUSC Memorial University. WUSC-MUN teammates Zarin Tasnim and Ahmed Shokr informed us about an upcoming student referendum where undergraduates can vote YES for the Student Refugee Program (SRP). The SRP will get MUN students to sponsor the education of a refugee youth for a minimum of 1 year. Popular among 92 campuses across Canada, WUSC-MUN hopes to become the 93rd! Cast your support for the SRP on November 5 & 6 by logging into MUN Self-Service or visiting a MUNSU polling station. Visitwusc-mun.orgfor more information And for Immigration News we have the story ofNuna Toweh, talking about losing her Dad during the war in Liberia. Some happy memories in the refugee camp, racism issues and after everything she is here in Newfoundland. We also have two What’s Up Local:1.Santiago Guzmáncame by again to talk about Todos Production, his new production company!2.Dave Mundy MusicandCallum Lattaonce again rock CHMR Studio with their blues music and talked aboutDave Mundy & Callum Lattacoming up album.

61 MIN2019 NOV 1
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 78 – Part 1

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 77 – Part 2

Multicultural Music – Music of Sichuan, China – Jin Chen / Bring ‘Em With Us – Goof of Nepal – Aditya Bhatta Jin Chen from Sichuan, China came to Radio RIAC to introduced four songs and he picked one song from his province Sichuan. And of course, the most beloved segment: Food! We bring Aditya Bhatta again to talk about food of Nepal.

56 MIN2019 OCT 27
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 77 – Part 2

#RadioRIAC - Podcast - Episode - 77 - Part 1

Riac News: Zone Zero Projects/ What’s Up Local: Leigha Locke, Kim Todd, Ahmed Ali Our house today is full of interesting guests, as always!! We’ll start with RIAC News: Reporting about a brand new RIAC project Zone Zero.RIAChad an info session with business organizations about this and we were there to bring the info to you! Then we have three What’s Up Local:1. Leigha Locke fromA. C. Hunter Public Library, you will be surprised with all the activities and services that they offer.2. Kim Todd talking about her new projectguide to the good, which brings small local business people together and allows you to find local goods easier!3.Ahmed Alitalking about the creative branding studiotaketeddy.com

51 MIN2019 OCT 25
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#RadioRIAC - Podcast - Episode - 77 - Part 1

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 2

Multicultural Music : Music of Nepal – Aditya Bhatta Bring ‘Em with Us : Food of Zanzibar – Ahmad Ali Saturday night again folks! It was a short week after the long weekend and we have one of our favorite segments: FOOD! Come with us to learn more about the food of Zanzibar with Ahmed Ali. We also have music from Nepal with Aditya Bhatta. Listen to some eclectic cultural influences from the beautiful mountainous region of Nepal.

60 MIN2019 OCT 21
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 2

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 1

Immigration News: Ahmed Ali What’s Up Local : Ana Luisa Ramos, Eric Taylor Escudero, Katie Power What do Zanzibar, Dubai, Tanzania and Newfoundland have in common?Ahmed Ali! Hear all about his journey and what led him all the way to St. John’s Newfoundland. No surprise here, but we just love Brazil!Ana Luisa RamosandEric Taylor Escuderorocked the CHMR studio this week with their own album of MPB music. Local musicianKatie Powerintroduces her debut album by sharing her unique sound and powerful voice.

61 MIN2019 OCT 19
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 76 – Part 1

#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 75 – Part 2

Guests: Multicultural Music: Comfort Eboigbe, Bring ‘Em With Us: Andrew Kim. We`ll travel through music of Nigeria withComfort Eboigbe, listening to the tunes she grew up with. After that, we’ll have a taste of the food of South Korea, withAndrew Kim. This is Bring Em With Us! Tune in with us, Thursday 8-9 Pm and Saturday 7-8 pm only onCHMR 93.5FM or streaming online http://www.mun.ca/chmr/

58 MIN2019 OCT 15
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#RadioRIAC – Podcast – Episode 75 – Part 2

Episode 75 Part 1:Carey Majid,Mr-Green,Sondria Browne and Deanne Bambrick

Guests: Carey Majid, Mr.Green “The Dancehall Murder”, Sondria Browne, Deanne Bambrick What’s Up Local: Starting off we haveCarey Majidand her very important work with the Human Rights Commission here in Newfoundland and Labrador. Listen to how people find a voice for their rights here. Second is a super special What’s Up Global, (first of its kind!) where we hear from a musician who is living and producing music in Uganda.Mr-Green Dancehall Murderershared some songs with us, and now we share it with you. Finally, to end off the evening we have Sondria Browne and Deanne Bambrick fromThe Murphy Centre, also doing very important work here in the city.

50 MIN2019 OCT 12
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Episode 75 Part 1:Carey Majid,Mr-Green,Sondria Browne and Deanne Bambrick

#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast – Bandung, East Java, Indonesia

Dendang Archipelago…the show all about Indonesia! Hosted byZay Nova. Guest: Alidi Kusuma In today’s program, Zay goes to Bandung City in West Java. Did you know that Bandung is the fashion capital of Indonesia? Yes! It’s called Paris Van Java. Zay has a great conversation with Alidi Kusuma who was born and raised in Bandung, West Java, and is studying in the UK. This show bring him to tears because it makes him miss his home town. Kawah Putih (Sulfuric White Crater) Zay Nova and Alidi Kusima talk about the traditional West Javan clothing “Kebaya”, the Kawah Putih (Sulfuric White Crater) in Bandung, the traditional puppet show called “Wayang Golek” which means “Golek Puppet”, and Zay Nova gets a chance to learn some Sundanese language with Alidi! Kebaya Wayang Golek Puppets Soto Bandung Listen to the podcast!

51 MIN2019 OCT 11
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#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast – Bandung, East Java, Indonesia

Episode 74 Part 2: Viviana Ramirez Luna,Shawn Adrian

Multicultural Music : Music of Colombia/ Bring ‘Em With Us: Food from Jakarta, Indonesia. For Multicultural Music this week, we go to Colombia withÁngela Viviana Ramírez Luna. This isn’t just Colombia, this is the Pacific Coast of Colombia where many cultural influences merge into a variety of dance-inducing styles. We also have Bring Em With Us! Our producerZay Novabrought his friend Shawn Adrian from Jakarta, Indoensia to talk about Soto Betawi, Kerak Telur, and anotherfood originally from Jakarta.

51 MIN2019 OCT 8
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Episode 74 Part 2: Viviana Ramirez Luna,Shawn Adrian

#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast 3 DKI Jakarta

Guest: Shawn Adrian It’s Dendang Archipelago! It’s the show all about the music and culture of Indonesia — hosted by the irrepressibleZay Nova! On today’s episode, Zay Nova and Jakarta born man Shawn Adrian travel to Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, to explore its music, food, tourism, and learn about the local Betawi people. TheNational Monument of Indonesia (Monas) Soto Betawi From the Monas national monument (topped with 38 kg of pure gold) to the city’s Ondel-Ondel mascot; from Soto Betawi (beef soup) to the infamous Kue Tete cakes, join us as Zay takes you on a tour of this fascinating city! Ondel-Ondel Kerak Telur Kue Tete Listen to the podcast:

52 MIN2019 OCT 4
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#Dendang Archipelago – Podcast 3 DKI Jakarta
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