Tag: podcasts

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EditorSeptember 5, 2017

[The Sexuality Blog] Looking for a podcast that tells LGBT stories? Here’s a recommendation

The multiplication of LGBT voices is important if we are going to change the narrative around LGBT life in Nigeria. ...

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Isime EseneOctober 1, 2016

The Media Blog: 3 more Nigerian podcasts we just discovered – and think you’ll love

We like this one. It talks about everything interesting, and they engage. They have a very fascinating fascination with sex. ...

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Isime EseneSeptember 19, 2016

The Media Blog: The Huffington Post is coming to “sub-saharan Africa”

Someone should warn them that people in Sub-Saharan Africa don’t like to be called by that name – especially when ...

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Ifeanyi Dike jr.September 9, 2016

PODCAST: Ifeanyi Dike Jr shares what it means to be a young actor in Nigeria these days

“Actors can’t spend the time that is needed to focus on their character because they have to make ends meet ...

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Isime EseneSeptember 2, 2016

PODCAST: ‘So what if Funke Akindele got married in secret?’… and more on The Slab with Isime

It’s Episode 10 of The Slab with Isime. Today, we talk about celebrities keeping their private lives private – Funke ...

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Isime EseneAugust 29, 2016

Morning Devotion: A swap deal for the Chibok Girls?

Hope rises for a swap deal for the Chibok Girls; Dangote and Bono promise further assistance to the IDPs; and ...

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Adebayo EmuleomoAugust 26, 2016

Morning Devotion: For peace in the Niger Delta

This morning, the FG has gotten peace terms in the Niger Delta, but are these terms reasonable? Also, revolting IDPs ...

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Tamilore OshodiAugust 25, 2016

PODCAST: “Lecturers don’t really care what happens to their students” and more on The Undergrad Podcast

University graduates face similar challenges no matter what school it is, or its geographical location – Nigeria or abroad. “The Undergrad” ...

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Isime EseneAugust 25, 2016

Morning Devotion: Sanusi’s warning to Buhari

On this edition of Morning Devotion, Emir Sanusi’s comments on Buhari’s handling of the economy are analysed. Also, the Lagos ...

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