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From Awesome Tapes from Africa's collection, Wedel Bikri
Agele Hot—Yinga Na Nabu. Listen to the full album here
Side 2 of the album Ya Madhacha by Mahmoud Abdul Aziz, collected by Awesome Tapes from Africa.
Ya Madhacha by Mahmoud Abdul Aziz, collected by Awesome Tapes from Africa.
This week on the podcast Guardian science correspondent Ian Sample explores the beauty and power of Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity.
Pedro G Ferreira is professor of astrophysics at the University of Oxford and an expert in theoretical cosmology. In his new book The Perfect...
In this week's podcast we look at the latest in crime fiction, and ask why – despite being one of the most popular genres all over the world – it is still not taken seriously as literature.
Tom Rob Smith was the first crime writer to make it on to the Booker longlist, with his 2007 novel Child...
Alexis Petridis is joined by Kieran Yates and Lanre Bakare to review the week's music news, including new material from Metallica, and Courtney Love's contribution to locating MH370.
We hear new releases from Clipping, Juse, and Factory Floor as remixed by Daniel Avery, and Tim Jonze and Henry...
George Osborne's penultimate budget before the 2015 general election shook up the pensions industry and contained populist tax cuts on bingo and beer. But there were warnings too on the state of the economy - with austerity policies needed until at least 2018 and borrowing levels still at...
In a break from the traditional format, Media Talk presents highlights from Lenny Henry's Bafta television lecture, recorded on Monday at Bafta headquarters in Piccadilly.
In a wide-ranging talk on the "appalling" drop in the number of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people working in...
This week's podcast is only skin deep as we dedicate the show to an extended interview with Professor Des Tobin.
Des told Dr Natalie Starkey about the latest scientific research into anti-ageing skin treatments, how a pill might replace skin creams, and why skin health is vital. He and Natalie...
The very best of the Guardian and Observer's journalism in an easy to digest weekly audio podcast, supported by Audible.
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**Your reports from the Middle East**
Our live blog team is reporting on the wave of protests across the Middle East and the fallout from recent events following demonstrations in Egypt and Tunisia. If you're in Bahrain, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia or living elsewhere in the Middle East, let us know what's happening where you are.
We want to hear what's happening on the ground: are you attending or organising a protest? How are demonstrations and events in your country affecting where you live?
We will feature some of your recordings on our live blog at [guardian.co.uk](http://guardian.co.uk). By posting your audio in this stream you agree to let this happen (though copyright remains with you at all times, and you will be credited).
Please be wary about what information you share in your Audioboo - be careful about giving out details such as your name, family members and locations.
The Voices of the Middle East in tweets. | Produced by @SmallWorldNews, @Meedan, and others.
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The blogger formally known as Al Ain Taxi is now in Bahrain. Featured in FACT Magazine's Best Bahrain Blogs; 'not for the conservative or faint hearted' Former BBC producer now exiled to the Gulf..well at least for the time being...
Long time TV worker, video blogger, amateur nerd, bit of a Mac fanboy, keen proponent of electric vehicles, Nissan Leaf driver, chronic tweeter.