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A solo show about a life told through the sounds and music Zorana shares her real-life story about discovering her love of music. A child of Pakistani immigrants who grew up in the suburbs of Toronto, Zorana's obsession with sound began at school. There she learned to play the flute at band camp, using her imagination to play the notes. When her teacher instructs her to visualize the notes in her mind, she discovers she can play the music she sees in her imagination. Suddenly becomes keenly aware of the sounds around her, including the angry voices of her parents as they fight. She loses herself in the music she compiles as mixtapes on her double-cassette player. Written and performed by Zorana Sadiq
Joining Theo Delaney to relive the goals of his life is Nooruddean Choudry author of the brilliant new memoir ‘Inshallah United' in which he tells his story of growing up as a second generation Pakistani immigrant in Manchester and becoming an obsessive Manchester United fan. Funny and poignant like the book this interview features Madonna, Maradonna, Whiteside, Oasis and much more. Part two follows tomorrow.
Washington Post national correspondent Arelis Hernández speaks with Amna Nawaz, who made history at PBS as the first Muslim American and daughter of Pakistani immigrants to sit in the anchor chair at “NewsHour,” about identity, representation and her hopes for the next generation of journalists.
Clashes this week between police and supporters of former cricketer-turned-Prime Minister, Imran Khan, show once again the deep divisions within Pakistani politics. Mr Khan was ousted as prime minister last April in a no-confidence vote but has kept up pressure on his successor, Mr Sharif, with demonstrations calling for early elections and blaming him for an assassination attempt - an accusation the government denies. Mr Khan faces multiple court cases, including terrorism charges, but has cited a variety of reasons for not showing up to hearings. Meanwhile Pakistan is in the middle of one of the worst economic crises ever seen. The country is awaiting a much-needed bailout package of $1.1 billion from the International Monetary Fund - a loan that has been delayed over issues related to fiscal policy. The security situation is also deteriorating with a spate of deadly attacks on police, linked to the Pakistan Taliban. So what, if anything, might resolve the political stand-off? What impact does ongoing instability have on Pakistan's economic situation and could this all play into the hands of Pakistan's Taliban? How much support does Imran Khan really have from the military - or could the army's longstanding hold on Pakistan finally be challenged? Owen Bennett-Jones is joined by: General Muhammad Haroon Aslam, a retired army general. He was a Corps Commander in the Pakistani army and served in the military for 40 years Hammad Azhar, a former finance minister for Imran Khan's party, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Atika Rehman, London correspondent for Dawn newspaper Also featuring: Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, senator for the The Pakistan Muslim League, part of the ruling coalition, and a former prime minister Shuja Nawaz, Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington Khurram Husain, business and economy journalist based in Karachi Ahmed Rashid, journalist and author of Descent into Chaos and Pakistan on the Brink (Photo: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks with Reuters during an interview in Lahore, Pakistan 17 March, 2023. Credit: Akhtar Soomro/Reuters)
A bursting-at-the-seams episode of Taste Radio includes the hosts' arguments for and against online grocery shopping, a brief report on a permanent pop-up, a candy brand's unrecognizable revamp and why they're bullish on banana flavor, but not blue colored beverages. The team also shared their take on seed-centric sweets, cascara's communication breakdown and their enthusiasm for ethnic drinks and snacks. Show notes: 0:39: “Game Of Chicken In Aisle 1.” It's Called A Meetup, Ray. Just Add Raisins… And Boba. – BevNET's director of community Melissa Traverse explained her love for a regional grocery chain before Ray and John extolled the virtues of online food shopping and encouraged local food and beverage professionals to meet up for an upcoming event at BevNET HQ. The hosts also discussed a retailer's revealing admission, a brand new look for purpose-driven candy brand, a beloved soda flavor returning to the shelf, their collective bewilderment that “blue raspberry” is a thing, chocolate bark and "Seinfeld" references and Mike's praise for a Vietnamese coffee entrepreneur and a modern Pakistani brand. Brands in this episode: Little Sesame, BodyArmor, Joyride Candy, Better Sour, Fruit By The Foot, Olipop, Red Bull, Powerade, Electrolit, Remedy Organics, GT's Living Foods, Seedly, Chunky Bar, Up to Good, Wize Tea, Bai, Nam Coffee, Twirl Milk Tea, Original Sin Cider, Babo's Kitchen
Editors Jimmy Lovaas and Jess Fino discuss the protests in France over a controversial pension reform plan, plus more on a European Council summit in Sweden, fewer curfew hours in Kyiv, parliamentary elections in Cuba and a Pakistani court summons for former Prime Minister Imran Khan.Subscribe to the show: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and many more. These stories and others are also available in our free weekly Forecast newsletter.This episode was produced with work from Factal editors Jaime Calle Moreno, Alex Moore, Owen Bonertz, Awais Ahmad and Jess Fino. Music courtesy of Andrew Gospe. Have feedback, suggestions or events we've missed? Drop us a note: firstname.lastname@example.orgWhat's Factal? Created by the founders of Breaking News, Factal alerts companies to global incidents that pose an immediate risk to their people or business operations. We provide trusted verification, precise incident mapping and a collaboration platform for corporate security, travel safety and emergency management teams. If you're a company interested in a trial, please email email@example.com. To learn more, visit Factal.com, browse the Factal blog or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read the full episode description and transcript on Factal's blog.Copyright © 2023 Factal. All rights reserved.
Nadir Nahdi talks about his exploration of the world's cultures through their different cuisines. He discusses his revelations in Morocco, Yemen, and Palestine through Bastilla, coffee steaks, and Jaffa cakes.Nadir Nahdi is a presenter, film-maker and producer from London with Yemeni, Indonesian, Pakistani and Kenyan heritage. Nadir was recently voted by the Evening Standard as one of 'the most influential Londoners'. His videos articulate the unique experience of children of the diaspora. His work has acquired 10 million views and has since been selected as a YouTube Creators for Change Ambassador. He is also the founder of BENI, a ‘Culture Lab for innovative Ideas', providing an online and offline community with engaging events, content and unique products that address social issues. Created & hosted by Mikey Muhanna, afikra Edited by: Ramzi RammanTheme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/About Matbakh:Matbakh is a conversation series that focuses on food and drink of the Arab world. The series will be held with food practitioners who study how food and the kitchen have evolved over time in the Arab world. The guests will be discussing the history of food and what its future might be, in addition to a specific recipe or ingredient that reveals interesting and unique information about the history of the Arab world. Guests will be chefs, food critics, food writers, historians, and academics. Following the interview, there is a moderated town-hall-style Q&A with questions coming from the live virtual audience on Zoom. Join the live audience: https://www.afikra.com/rsvp FollowYoutube - Instagram (@afikra_) - Facebook - Twitter Support www.afikra.com/supportAbout afikra:afikra is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to active intellectual curiosity. We aim to collectively reframe the dominant narrative of the region by exploring the histories and cultures of the region- past, present, and future - through conversations driven by curiosity. Read more about us on afikra.com
The Christian Science Monitor Daily Podcast
Four decades ago, a Maine fifth grader named Samantha Smith, who was worried about nuclear war, wrote a letter to Soviet leader Yuri Andropov. Her post script, in neat schoolgirl block letters – “Please write back” – eventually worked its charm: Mr. Andropov invited her on a free trip to the USSR to see, he said, that “everybody in the Soviet Union stands for peace and friendship among nations.” Also, today's stories, including: NATO has quietly taken the step of putting its strategic headquarters on what military officials there describe as “war fighting” footing. A violent standoff between supporters of former Prime Minister Imran Khan and Pakistani authorities has put pressure on the country's legal system. What would justice look like to each side? As the culture wars drift further into the education realm, they're spawning questions fundamentally tied to American democracy. Join the Monitor's Clara Germani and Ali Martin for today's Christian Science Monitor Daily.
Amy is joined by Dr. Afiya S. Zia to discuss her book Faith and Feminism in Pakistan: Religious Agency or Secular Autonomy and explore the achievements and challenges of Pakistani feminists.Dr. Afiya Zia is a feminist scholar who has taught Gender Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada, and Habib University in Pakistan. She is the author of three books, has authored over a dozen peer-reviewed essays in scholarly publications, and she's contributed chapters for over ten edited volumes, including an award-winning publication on human rights. She's currently a professor at Wesleyan University.
Imran Khan accuses the Pakistani government of trying to 'get him out of the way'. Speaking to Newshour from his compound the former Pakistani PM says only fresh elections can unlock the 'quagmire'. Also in the programme Evgenia Kara-Murza on her husband's trial; and decoding the Herculaneum scrolls. (Picture: Supporters of former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, pose with a placard in a shape of a cricket bat, with "My-Red Line Imran Khan" written on it, as they gather with others outside Khan's house, in Lahore, Pakistan March 16, 2023. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro)
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Credit Suisse's shares have tumbled after it disclosed "material weakness" in its accounting controls. The worries have spread across share markets with all major European indexes falling sharply. Also on the programme: a Pakistani court has ordered police to suspend their operation to detain the opposition leader, Imran Khan; and we hear about the giant seaweed island headed towards Florida's coastline. (A screen displays information about Credit Suisse bank on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York on 15 March 2023. Credit: Lane/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
Dr. Riina Kionka is the EU Ambassador to Pakistan. Check out the trainings from Sarmaaya Financials: Training List: https://sarmaaya.pk/trainings/?src=tbt Technical Training Masterclass 2.0: https://sarmaaya.pk/trainings/details?tid=1&src=tbt Fundamentals of Capital Market: https://sarmaaya.pk/trainings/details?tid=2&src=tbt Do not forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way! Socials: TBT's Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thoughtbehindthings Muzamil's Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/muzamilhasan Support our podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support Dr. Riina's Twitter: https://twitter.com/RKionka?t=lE8EuqNKuT5wdJbaxJotFA&s=08 Podcast Links: • Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3z1cE7F • Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/2S84VEd • Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3cgIkfI --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support
The commercial capital, Blantyre, is worst-affected, with many having died in landslides. Also: the Pakistani authorities say they have suspended efforts to arrest the opposition leader, Imran Khan, because they're disrupting a prestigious cricket tournament, and celebrations - and controversy - over the re-introduction of wolves to Europe.
Our Guests Humara and Jasmine both first generation Pakistani talk about growing up with strict parents. They also dive into the pressures of not only family and friends but from their culture and religion as single Muslim woman.
Imran Khan is at odds with the law again, this time over gifts from foreign dignitaries. Why is Pakistan Police knocking on his door, and how the ‘toshakhana' scam opens up Pakistani politicians' worst-kept secret, ThePrint Editor-in-Chief ShekharGupta discusses in episode 1190 of #CutTheClutter
Fat Fish has an esteemed Hollywood Stuntman and served three years in a Pakistani jail. We spew over our love of dogs! and chew it up over Chris Rock, Chadwick Bozeman, and the best James Bond. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Saadia wants to put a stop to the toxic colorism within her Pakistani family, for the sake of her daughters. And sociologist Joanna Rondilla, who studies colorism, race and beauty standards, speaks with Juleyka about how this type of prejudice is perpetuated in our intimate circles, and where to focus our energy when pushing back.Saadia Khan is the founder, producer and host of the Immigrantly podcast. If you loved this episode, be sure to listen to to When Our Parents Don't See Their Bias, and The Mixed Privilege of Being a White Immigrant.Featured Expert:Joanne L. Rondilla is an award-winning educator. She is Filipina, born in Dededo, Guam. Joanne and her family moved to the San Francisco bay area (Union City) when she was thirteen years old. She holds degrees from UC Berkeley (M.A., Ph.D.) and UC Santa Barbara (B.A.). Currently, she is an assistant professor in Sociology and Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (SISS) and Asian American Studies at San Jose State University. Her research interests include: race, gender, colorism, beauty, media representations, pop culture, and colonialism. Learn more about her work here.We'd love to hear your stories of triumph and frustration so send us a detailed voice memo to firstname.lastname@example.org. You might be on a future episode! Let's connect on Twitter and Instagram at @TalkToMamiPapi and email us at email@example.com. And follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.
Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani education activist and the world's youngest Nobel Prize laureate. Since she was shot by a member of the Taliban at just 15, Malala has spent nearly a decade fighting for the educational rights of girls and women across the globe. Now she's turning her attention to Hollywood, as Executive Producer of the short documentary film Stranger At The Gate. She shares why she's made this move into the world of film. What happens if you and your partner disagree on whether or not to have children? If you have different opinions, do you walk away from an otherwise happy relationship? Relationship counsellor Val Sampson and Woman's Hour listener Sarah discuss the healthiest ways to navigate the situation. As the selection of finalists for the Woman's Hour Power List 2023 gets well underway, we speak to one woman who's been put forward for consideration. Yvette Curtis is the founder of Wave Wahines, a surf club for women and girls. She talks about the power of grassroots sport and the importance of diversity in surfing. One month after a powerful earthquake devastated parts of Turkey and Syria, hundreds of thousands of people still need adequate shelter and sanitation. But why are women and girls disproportionately feeling the aftershocks of the disaster? Novelist and political scientist Elif Shafak shares updates on the situation. Willie Mae Thornton, better known as Big Mama Thornton, wrote the hits ‘Ball N' Chain' and ‘Hound Dog' which won Elvis Presley great acclaim. But why is her contribution to rock and roll rarely recognised? The poet, writer and performer Pamela Sneed discusses the life and legacy of Big Mama Thornton. Presenter: Krupa Padhy Producer: Hatty Nash
Former Editor of DAWN, Abbas Nasir, comes on The Pakistan Experience for a detailed discussion on everything wrong with the Pakistani News Industry and how they tried destroying DAWN. On this deep dive podcast, we discuss Dawn's Editorial Policy, Abbas Nasir's Life Journey, Post-Truth Politics, The Loss of Objectivity, The Commercialization of Media, Clickbait Journalism, Partisan Journalists, Imran Riaz Khan, PTI, the politics of Imran Khan, Covering PPP in the 80s, and the Economic Disparity in Pakistan. Abbas Nasir is Pakistani journalist and former editor of Pakistan's English language daily DAWN. Previously he was the head of the BBC Urdu Service, where he has been appointed as Executive Editor for the Asia and the Pacific Region at BBC World Service. The Pakistan Experience is an independently produced podcast looking to tell stories about Pakistan through conversations. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience To support the channel: Jazzcash/Easypaisa - 0325 -2982912 Patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 2:00 DAWN, Reporting and Working in Pakistan 11:00 Censorship, Zia-ul-Haq and Interference by the Establishment 17:00 What is wrong with the News Media? 28:00 The Role of Journalism and Journalists 38:00 Social Media Toxicity 46:00 Covering Benazir's Return and PPP's victory in the 80s 51:00 Journalists and Journalism being attacked 58:30 Trying to destroy DAWN to create Chaos 1:06:00 Post-Truth Politics, Elections and Politics 1:19:00 Economic Disparity in Pakistan and Elite Capture 1:34:00 Zia-ul-Haq and Hamid Gul's Legacy 1:36:30 Audience Questions 2:15:00 Conclusion
Asad Umar is a Pakistani politician and the General Secretary of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. He has also been the Former Finance Minister of Pakistan & the Minister of Planning as well. Link to Asad Umar's podcast with TCM Originals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSiaB3XueI0 #thoughtbehindthings #muzamilhasan #PTI Check out the trainings from Sarmaaya Financials: Training List: https://sarmaaya.pk/trainings/?src=tbt Technical Training Masterclass 2.0: https://sarmaaya.pk/trainings/details?tid=1&src=tbt Fundamentals of Capital Market: https://sarmaaya.pk/trainings/details?tid=2&src=tbt Do not forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way! Socials: TBT's Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thoughtbehindthings Muzamil's Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/muzamilhasan Support our podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support Asad Umar's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Asad_Umar Podcast Links: • Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3z1cE7F • Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/2S84VEd • Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3cgIkfI --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support
On this Friday's show we talk to award winning writer and director Saim Sadiq on his Pakistani trans culture feature debut Joyland.Giles Alderson, Tori Butler-Hart & Matthew Butler-Hart chat with Saim about:-Where ideas come from-Pakistani film-making.-How he raised the finance.-Short to feature process-Trans culture, Patriarchy and creative desire.-His writing process and collaboration.-Why you need to be patient as a director-Editing process and why he shot the film in 4:3A patriarchal family yearn for the birth of a baby boy to continue the family line, while their youngest son secretly joins an erotic dance theatre and falls for an ambitious trans starlet.JOYLAND is out in UK cinemas now. For more information please head hereEVENTS & LINKSGet your tickets here:Triple Exposure Launch Tickets, Wed 22 Mar 2023 at 12:00 | EventbriteMuch Ado | shakespearesisters (shakespeare-sisters.com)Buy the Book Full to the Brim with Fizz, Ginger, and Fierce Determination A Modern Guide to Independent Film-making.WatchThree Day Millionaire is OUT NOW in the UK on Prime and the USA and Canada and will be on NETFLIX UK now! Go watch& SUPPORT PATREON Big thank you to:Lee HutchingsMarli J MonroeKaren NewmanJoin our Patreon The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted, produced, edited & written by Giles Alderson @gilesaldersonSocial Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieepMarketing Huw SiddleLogo and Banner Art by Lois Creative Theme Music by John J. Harvey Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Stand Up is a daily podcast that I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 740 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Wajahat Ali is a Daily Beast columnist, public speaker, recovering attorney, and tired dad of three cute kids. Get his book Go Back To Where You Came From: And, Other Helpful Recommendations on Becoming American which will be published in January 2022 by Norton. He believes in sharing stories that are by us, for everyone: universal narratives told through a culturally specific lens to entertain, educate and bridge the global divides. He frequently appears on television and podcasts for his brilliant, incisive, and witty political commentary. Born in the Bay Area, California to Pakistani immigrant parents, Ali went to school wearing Husky pants and knowing only three words of English. He graduated from UC Berkeley with an English major and became a licensed attorney. He knows what it feels like to be the token minority in the classroom and the darkest person in a boardroom. Like Spiderman, he's often had the power and responsibility of being the cultural ambassador of an entire group of people, those who are often marginalized, silenced, or reduced to stereotypes. His essays, interviews, and reporting have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The Guardian, and New York Review of Books. Ali has spoken at many organizations, from Google to Walmart-Jet to Princeton University to the United Nations to the Chandni Indian-Pakistani Restaurant in Newark, California, and his living room in front of his three kids. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
Uzair Younus comes on The Pakistan Experience to discuss the Pakistani Economy, his recent trip across India, Ishaq Dar's Disasters, Rising Inflation, the Digitization of India, MIftah Ismail, Politics and Elite Capture. Uzair Younus is the director of the Pakistan Initiative at the Atlantic Council's South Asia Center. The Pakistan Experience is an independently produced podcast looking to tell stories about Pakistan through conversations. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience To support the channel: Jazzcash/Easypaisa - 0325 -2982912 Patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 01:36 Rising inflation and Daronomics, Fake news 11:08 Import ban & Black Markets, Energy Management and Shortages 21:17 What if Uzair was in Dar's position 29:03 Was Miftah on the right track, dynastic politics and busting the “relief” myth 39:44 What now? is immigration the only way out? 48:03 Possible reform, taxation, food, and misprioritization 55:59 Uzair's India trip, fintech revolutions, Shehzad's going rate 1:06:39 Digitized & developed India, accessibility for women and comparisons to Pakistan 1:28:55 Audience Questions
The Act Out - S01E23 - Dave Jay Duck sits down with Comedian Dave Jay to discuss getting started in comedy, traveling with Steve Trevino, and his podcast "This Dave in History"! Check out Dave Jay and Friends SAT FEB 25 @ 11:30PM https://improvtx.com/addison/event/dave+jay+and+friends/12826505/ Listen on your favorite Podcast App: Spotify, Stitcher, Podbean, Itunes. Just search "The Improv Tx Comedy Network" Listen Now on Podbean: https://improvtx.podbean.com/e/dave-jay/ Listen Now on Youtube: https://youtu.be/PgujpRB8SLs Bio: Dave Jay is stand up comedian and prone family man based in Austin, TX. Featured on HBO Max (HA Festival: The Art of Comedy) you can find him on stage at comedy clubs and theaters around the country as the dedicated feature act for Steve Treviño. His comedy spans fatherhood, marriage, growing up poor in rural New England, and race from the perspective of a half-Pakistani, half-Puerto Rican. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DavidJanjua Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davejaycomic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/davejaycomic TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@davejaycomic About the Addison Improv: Tired of going to dinner & a movie? Change it up with a night at the Addison Improv! It's the perfect place for a date night, birthday, Bachelor/Bachelorette party...all together a good ol' time! Ticket prices may vary, depending on the comedian. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AddisonImprov Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/addisonimprov/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AddisonImprov TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@improvaddison #theimprovtxcomedynetwork #standupcomedy #laugh #joke #laughter #jokes #standupcomedian #comedian #standup #funny #humor #podcast #fun #memes #lol #hilarious #viral #comedyshorts #haha #improv #addisonimprov #arlingtonimprov #houstonimprov #chicagoimprov #sanantoniolol
Tonight's guest is Sarah Zafar, a psychotherapist who is running a support group for Pakistani mothers called “Ammis for Mental Health”. We have discussed her passion for studying psychology, the cultural shock she has faced, the need for going to therapy, counselors at schools in Pakistan and their importance, high schools in America, the drawbacks and taboos in our culture, the difficulties she has faced while practicing hijab, being independent, gender roles in parenting, experiences of motherhood, raising kids equally, and what were the goals behind starting a support group called “Ammis for Mental Health”? Catch this and so much more in tonight's episode. Don't forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way! Sarah's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ammisformentalhealth/ Follow our socials for more updates: • Humna's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/humnaraza • Happy chirp's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/happychirpofficial
Paris is a place filled with myriad cultures, religions, languages and nationalities. We tend to view France through the quintessentially French perspective of "chateaux, champagne et croissants", but there is so much more to discover with just a little scratch of the surface.**I spoke recently to Pakistani woman Fiza about her move with her family from Pakistan to Paris. She has family already living there which prompted France to be the country of choice for their emigration, but initially even with family support she found it difficult having no French when she arrived. Fiza moved to France as a young adult a few years ago and not long after, COVID hit and the country went into lockdown. Fiza then taught herself French through YouTube and watching French movies or television whilst she had to stay at home. *I discussed with Fiza the differences of her Parisian life from when she was in Pakistan. The way Fiza describes her French world is so different from many other people living in Paris I have spoken to. There is a significant difference in the worlds inside and outside the périphérique, as there is also between the "leafier" arrondissements to the more working class areas. As foreigners we often don't connect with any part of Paris beyond the tourist sites. *I was inspired by Fiza to try and view a different Paris on occasion in the future. She mentioned to me that her dream had always been to have a picnic in front of the Eiffel Tower. She has now got to turn this dream into a reality.**Louise Prichard is the host of the Loulabelle's FrancoFiles podcast.**Other Loulabelle's links:FrancoFile Fix on YouTubeLoulabelle's FrancoFiles Spotify Playlist Loulabelle's FrancoFiles InstagramLoulabelle's FrancoFiles website
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President Bill Clinton once called the border between India and Pakistan the most dangerous place on Earth. The two countries have been at war with each other on four separate occasions with numerous skirmishes in between. In 1948, 1965 and 1999 war was fought over Kashmir, and in 1971 it was over East Pakistan, later Bangladesh. There have been numerous peace talks, but in some cases the talks seem to have exacerbated the conflict. Complicating the issues has been access to Middle East oil. The Chinese have embarked on a great road-building effort to bypass the Malacca Straits—through which they get their oil supplies and which can be bottled up by the U.S. Navy in times of conflict—by reviving the old Silk Routes to Asia and beyond. Part of this old Silk Route makes its way through Kashmir and into the Pakistani port of Gwadar, on the Persian Gulf. This also helps China keep India, a potential rival in Asia, on the defensive. Kashmir, containing both the headwaters of the great rivers of South Asia as well as the trade routes linking China to the Gulf, is key. Pakistan sees Kashmir as central to its identity and with China's support, sees little advantage in seeking peace. India, with its nationalist government, will see any flexibility on its part as a sign of weakness. And the United States is determined to contain China any way it can. Meanwhile the search for enduring peace between these two countries continues. Helping us understand the various sides of the issues and the conditions required for peace are two former ambassadors and two journalists, all of whom have been, at one stage or another, involved with the peace process. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani education activist and the world's youngest Nobel Prize laureate. Malala was just 15 when, on the way home from school, a member of the Taliban boarded her bus, asked for her by name, and shot her in the head. In the decade since, Malala has continued to fight for the educational rights of girls and women across the globe through her charity, the Malala Fund. Now she's turned her attention to Hollywood, most recently as Executive Producer of the short documentary film Stranger At The Gate – which has been nominated for the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Film. The line-ups for this summer's festivals are being announced – and there's a noticeable absence of headlining women. Glastonbury has three men headlining, as does Latitude Festival. Why is there such an imbalance when it comes to female artists and big gigs? What needs to be done to change it? CEO and owner of Green Man Festival Fiona Stewart joins Nuala alongside creator of the F-list directory of female musicians, Vick Bain. When should you bring up the topic of whether or not you want children with a partner? If you have different opinions, do you walk away from an otherwise happy relationship? Nuala is joined by Relationship Counsellor Val Sampson and listener Sarah to discuss the healthiest way to go about it. The Bristolian comic and star of last year's Strictly Come Dancing, Jayde Adams has written a brand new show ‘Men, I Can Save You,' to explore her relationships with men and learn from how she has been treated in the past. She talks to Woman's Hour about how she wants to guide men to salvation with humour. Presented by Nuala McGovern Producer: Louise Corley
Assad Hasnain joins The Last Wicket to discuss Wasim Akram's new book - Sultan. We discuss if the book has had any impact on Akram's legacy and Pakistan cricket, the revelations from it - both surprising and unsurprising, what the dynamics between Akram and his contemporaries tells us about the challenges that the Pakistani team of that era had to overcome, both internal and external. Links Assad (@LeftArmAround) / Twitter Amazon.com: Sultan: A Memoir eBook : Akram, Wasim, Haigh, Gideon: Kindle Store Spotify – Jama Punji --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lastwicket/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lastwicket/support
It is well established that Pakistan is not a territory, but an idea, an attitude. Tahir Gora has written a book 'Tehzeebi Ranzishen' to examine these attitudes through the cultural hostilities that Pakistanis nourish everywhere. Sanjay Dixit hosts him to talk about Pakistan and its ambassadors in its diaspora.
A Podcast About Catholic Things
This week on A Podcast About Catholic Things, Eric (The Ambassador of Common Sense) and Dan (The Ambassador of Nonsense) discuss a very much avoided subject--that of the seminarians claiming that they were preyed upon by priests. While APACT absolutely condemns all sexual deviancy, especially by priests and bishops, we also want to examine the real nature of what was / is happening in the seminaries. Were bishops and priests preying on otherwise innocent seminarians, or was / is there already an atmosphere that attracted a certain type of man to the seminaries--making it easier for bishops and priests to find and abuse 'victims.' And when to such targets of abuse stop being victims and become willing participants? In current events, the war between Russia and Ukraine continues--as does the media's false reporting. Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmed in Supreme Court. DHL Boeing breaks in half. Puerto Rico without power. Man tries to terrorize Russian Embassy in Romania. Prices soar in America. Governor kidnappers acquitted. Israelis defend Joseph's burial spot from Pakistanis. Philippines floods cause death of 25. South Africa floods and New Guinea hit with earth quake. Oklahoma outlaws abortion. Female coach in baseball. Galaxy is discovered 13.5 billion lightyears away. 5000 new RNA viruses discovered. In the land of nonsense, Texas exports immigrants. Girl accidentally wins lottery. Tyson can't sell ear gummies. Man gets 90 covid jabs. Sheriff candidate in Indy is arrested. VIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS VIEW ON GOOGLE PODCASTS VIEW ON AMAZON VIEW ON AUDIBLE VIEW ON CASTBOX VIEW ON PODCASTADDICT VIEW ON STITCHER VIEW ON BITCHUTE VIEW ON RUMBLE VIEW ON TUNE-IN VISIT US ON FACEBOOK
A Podcast About Catholic Things
This week on A Podcast About Catholic Things, Eric (The Ambassador of Common Sense) and Dan (The Ambassador of Nonsense) discuss the art of prepping--stockpiling food, supplies, guns, and ammo. Is it really a Catholic reaction to the dystopian predictions that have been a part of American culture since the 50's? If not, what SHOULD Catholics be doing to prepare for unknown apocalyptic events? In the news, ISIL active in Syria. Russia still moving in on Ukraine and now China moving in on the Philippines. In Italy, the government loses power to censor. FBI charges man with conspiracy to blow up Amazon. Iran is getting closer to nuclear weaponry. A police officer accidentally shoots a man. More bird flus from China. France forbids domestic flights and forces train rides. In the world of nonsense, Amber alert is sent out for Chucky doll. Pakistani police use roller blades to catch bad guys better. Colleges brag about their incompetence and idiocy.VIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS VIEW ON GOOGLE PODCASTS VIEW ON AMAZON VIEW ON AUDIBLE VIEW ON CASTBOX VIEW ON PODCASTADDICT VIEW ON STITCHER VIEW ON BITCHUTE VIEW ON RUMBLE VIEW ON TUNE-IN VISIT US ON FACEBOOK
A Podcast About Catholic Things
This week on A Podcast About Catholic Things, Eric (The Ambassador of Common Sense) and Dan (The Ambassador of Nonsense) discuss concupiscence… but first a tribute to America's Anchorman, Rush Limbaugh, who succumbed to cancer on Ash Wednesday, 2/17/2021. America was better for his contribution. Pope Francis is 'God smacked' when he says God contaminated Himself by becoming man. Concupiscence is the tendency to sin, but Dan explains it as a misalignment of the three things that make us who we are: will, appetite, and intellect. In current events, the IAEA confirms Iran has produced uranium metal (used in making nuclear warheads). Pakistani supreme court commutes death sentences because of schizophrenia. China sends spacecraft to Mars and plans rover landing. Twitter bans President Trump for life. Winter Storm Uri spreads across North America. BLM destroys more property and this time is arrested. People killed in Afghanistan. Giant brewery discovered in ancient Egypt, dating to 3000 BC. Facebook teams with Google in Australia. Astronomers find exoplanet three times larger than Earth. In the world of nonsense, the Pope loses all control over Chinese bishops. Alabama law enforcement busts a giant wine-making operation in a waste disposal plant. Chinese flight attendants wear adult diapers. Son sues parent for destroying his porn collection in Michigan… and wins. In France, parents are told NOT to throw their children over gates.VIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS VIEW ON GOOGLE PODCASTS VIEW ON AMAZON VIEW ON AUDIBLE VIEW ON CASTBOX VIEW ON PODCASTADDICT VIEW ON STITCHER VIEW ON BITCHUTE VIEW ON RUMBLE VIEW ON TUNE-IN VISIT US ON FACEBOOK
Two months in to the most far-right government in Israel's history, Palestinians are seeing their rights evaporate while the media - both Israeli and international - underplay the Palestinian plight.Contributors:Sarit Michaeli - International advocacy officer, B'TselemIssa Amro - Hebron-based Palestinian activistZiv Stahl - Executive director, Yesh Din; contributor, +974 magazineKhaled Elgindy - Palestinian-Israeli affairs programme, Middle East Institute; author, Blind Spot: America and the Palestinians, from Balfour to TrumpOn our radar:Nearly a month after the earthquake that killed more than 50,000 people across Turkey and Syria, the clampdown continues on critical reporting and anything else the Turkish government deems problematic. Producer Meenakshi Ravi reports on how extensive the crackdown has been.Pakistani journalism in crisis:The Pakistani government is facing trouble on multiple fronts - political, economic, and on security. For the country's media, things have come to a state where the incentives not to do the journalistic job are often greater than the motivators to actually do it.Contributors:Farzana Ali - Peshawar bureau chief, Aaj TVAmber Shamsi - Director, The Centre for Excellence in JournalismSubscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribeFollow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglishFind us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeeraCheck our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/Check out our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/aljazeeraenglish/@AljazeeraEnglish#Aljazeeraenglish#News
Fawad Hasan Fawad is a Pakistani civil servant who served in BPS-22 grade as the Principal Secretary to two Prime Ministers, Nawaz Sharif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. In July 2018 Fawad Hasan Fawad was arrested by NAB on charges of corruption. Last Thursday Fawad was acquitted by the Accountability Court. Fawad Hasan Fawad comes on The Pakistan Experience for a deep dive discussion on his case, NAB, Accountability in Pakistan, The Judiciary-Establishment Nexus, Civil Bureaucracy and Elite Privileges. The Pakistan Experience is an independently produced podcast looking to tell stories about Pakistan through conversations. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience To support the channel: Jazzcash/Easypaisa - 0325 -2982912 Patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Accountability, NAB, bureaucracy 12:58 NAB and judicial corruption, equal justice 22:11 Mr Fawads case and selective justice 34:51 Aashiyana case and Mr Fawads brother 52:41 Mr Fawads family wealth, elitist justice 1:04:29 Inaccessibility of wealth, bureaucratic corruption 1:13:27 Audience questions
As the country awaits funding from the IMF, the Pakistani rupee hit a historic low against the dollar while the Central Bank hiked interest rates to 20%, the highest in Asia. Foreign exchange reserves at the State Bank of Pakistan have dropped to levels not enough to cover a month of imports. The government hope that by bringing in new tariffs and taxes, the latest wave of IMF funding will be released. (Picture: A Pakistani stockbroker monitors the latest share prices development during a trading session at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) in Karachi, Pakistan, 01 March 2023. Credit: Photo by REHAN KHAN/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
Welcome once again to The Million Dollar Relationships podcast. Today we are being joined by Dustin Maher! Dustin, America's Trainer to Moms, is a renowned fitness expert who has appeared on over 100 TV shows, written for various publications, and was featured on the cover of Personal Fitness Profession. He owned and operated ten fitness locations, created 30 home workout DVDs, and authored Fit Moms for Life. Dustin recently sold his gyms and became a full-time real estate investor, building a $15 million portfolio in just seven months. In this episode, Dustin shares with us his incredible journey, from running his gyms to selling them to his employees, then making a big pivot into real estate. He shares how taking action and treating people with respect, regardless of who they are, can open doors for you. In addition to his story, Dustin talks about the impact a Pakistani entrepreneur in his early sixties had on his life after connecting with him on social media. This person was able to build an insurance company that even Warren Buffett was interested in buying and flew Dustin out for three days to San Francisco to receive mentorship and advice. Hear how these inspiring stories encouraged Dustin to make a change and purchase 15 million dollars in real estate within ten months! [00:00 - 13:33] Refocusing our Passions in Life: Dustin's Story · Dustin Maher is a father, husband, triathlete, and former gym owner focusing on holistic health and fitness. · Dustin Maher started his fitness career targeting stay-at-home moms. Then, he shifted to working with 50 to 80-year-olds and obese people for weight loss. · His fitness programs focus on holistic approaches, including mindset, nutrition, community, and environment. · Becoming a father four years ago caused Dustin Maher to reassess his priorities. · He was able to take four and a half months off work and then work part-time to spend more time with his family. · This process caused him to lose some of his inspiration and edge. [13:33 - 21:58] Honoring the Man that Changed Dustin's Life and Business · Dustin shares a recent relationship that has the potential to lead to amazing things. · The relationship was formed through a Facebook post comment. · The person he met is successful in real estate and has inspired Dustin. · The person offered to help Dustin with his mindset and strategy. · The person is a Pakistani entrepreneur who started one of the first insurance companies for Travelers. · The person is one of the most genuine and giving people Dustin has met. [21:58 - 30:42] The Importance of Investing in the Right People · Kevin shares how he met the Go-Giver author Bob Burg and learned that he has been doing this for a long time and knows how to spot and choose the right people. · He invests in the right people and doesn't worry about where it will come from. · Bob Berg is not focused on what he can get from people but on what he can do to help them. · Dustin and Kevin agree that taking action and being open to opportunities is essential. [30:42 - 32:24] Closing Statements · Follow Dustin on Facebook and LinkedIn. Thanks for tuning in! If you liked my show, please LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, and subscribe! Find me on the following streaming platforms: Apple Spotify Google Podcasts IHeart Radio Stitcher Tweetable Quotes "Life's too short not to go for it. Don't be afraid to change your identity, career path, or passion if you feel the calling. You won't regret taking a chance on something new." – Dustin Maher.
As the country awaits funding from the IMF, the Pakistani rupee hit a historic low against the dollar while the Central Bank hiked interest rates to 20%, the highest in Asia. Foreign exchange reserves at the State Bank of Pakistan have dropped to levels not enough to cover a month of imports. The government hope that by bringing in new tariffs and taxes, the latest wave of IMF funding will be released.
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From news about World War II to the broadcasting of music from popular movies, radio played a crucial role in an increasingly divided South Asia for more than half a century. Radio for the Millions: Hindi-Urdu Broadcasting Across Borders (Columbia University Press, 2023) by Isabel Huacuja Alonso examines the history of Hindi-Urdu radio during the height of its popularity from the 1930s to the 1980s, showing how it created transnational communities of listeners. Huacuja Alonso argues that despite British, Indian, and Pakistani politicians' efforts to usurp the medium for state purposes, radio largely escaped their grasp. She demonstrates that the medium enabled listeners and broadcasters to resist the cultural, linguistic, and political agendas of the British colonial administration and the subsequent independent Indian and Pakistani governments. Rather than being merely a tool of nation building in South Asia, radio created affective links that defied state agendas, policies, and borders. It forged an enduring transnational soundscape, even after the 1947 Partition had made a united India a political impossibility. The book traces how people engaged with radio across news, music, and drama broadcasts, arguing for a more expansive definition of what it means to listen. She develops the concept of “radio resonance” to understand how radio relied on circuits of oral communication such as rumor and gossip and to account for the affective bonds this “talk” created. By analyzing Hindi film-song radio programs, she demonstrates how radio spurred new ways of listening to cinema. Drawing on a rich collection of sources, including newly recovered recordings, listeners' letters to radio stations, original interviews with broadcasters, and archival documents from across three continents, Radio for the Millions rethinks assumptions about how the medium connects with audiences. Isabel Huacuja Alonso is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asia, and African Studies (MESAAS) at Columbia University. She is a historian of sound media and modern South Asia. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
From news about World War II to the broadcasting of music from popular movies, radio played a crucial role in an increasingly divided South Asia for more than half a century. Radio for the Millions: Hindi-Urdu Broadcasting Across Borders (Columbia University Press, 2023) by Isabel Huacuja Alonso examines the history of Hindi-Urdu radio during the height of its popularity from the 1930s to the 1980s, showing how it created transnational communities of listeners. Huacuja Alonso argues that despite British, Indian, and Pakistani politicians' efforts to usurp the medium for state purposes, radio largely escaped their grasp. She demonstrates that the medium enabled listeners and broadcasters to resist the cultural, linguistic, and political agendas of the British colonial administration and the subsequent independent Indian and Pakistani governments. Rather than being merely a tool of nation building in South Asia, radio created affective links that defied state agendas, policies, and borders. It forged an enduring transnational soundscape, even after the 1947 Partition had made a united India a political impossibility. The book traces how people engaged with radio across news, music, and drama broadcasts, arguing for a more expansive definition of what it means to listen. She develops the concept of “radio resonance” to understand how radio relied on circuits of oral communication such as rumor and gossip and to account for the affective bonds this “talk” created. By analyzing Hindi film-song radio programs, she demonstrates how radio spurred new ways of listening to cinema. Drawing on a rich collection of sources, including newly recovered recordings, listeners' letters to radio stations, original interviews with broadcasters, and archival documents from across three continents, Radio for the Millions rethinks assumptions about how the medium connects with audiences. Isabel Huacuja Alonso is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asia, and African Studies (MESAAS) at Columbia University. She is a historian of sound media and modern South Asia. Shatrunjay Mall is a PhD candidate at the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He works on transnational Asian history, and his dissertation explores intellectual, political, and cultural intersections and affinities that emerged between Indian anti-colonialism and imperial Japan in the twentieth century. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
In episode 290, the girls are joined by journalist and podcaster Ahmed Ali Akbar! They talk about his work at Buzzfeed and his former podcast See Something Say Something, and then get into his work that won him a James Beard Foundation Award: Mangos aka "Inside the Secretive, Semi-Illicit, High Stakes World of WhatsApp Mango Importing"! It's a compelling story about a journalist and Pakistani mangos so please GET INTO IT! Also check out his new podcast Radiolingo from Duolingo and Crooked Media! Follow Ahmed on Twitter and Instagram at @radbrowndads. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trust Me...I Know What I'm Doing
British actor, spoken word artist, writer, and broadcaster Mim Shaikh joins Abhay to talk about his latest work in the multicultural film "What's Love Got To Do With It". They shared a conversation about lessons learned, about mirrors for audiences and windows into his acting world and his identity, and about how he cultivates trust.(0:00 - 3:08) Introduction(3:08 - 12:35) Part 1: misconceptions, motivations, and processing through catharsis(12:35 - 29:11) Part 2: making a British South Asian Muslim rom-com, mirrors and windows, cultivating trust(29:11 - 35:43) Part 3: the next steps of his journey, and some heartfelt reflections
Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
This episode kicks off with a discussion of all of the interview invites popping up on MBA LiveWire (and a focus on MIT / Sloan). While all of the big 'single release interview invitation' schools have now passed, programs that follow more of a rolling invite process will still be releasing a few invites in the week or two ahead. In other news, Graham highlighted a recently released podcast episode which focused on GMAC's new Business Fundamentals program. This program helps candidates prepare for their MBA experience, much like MBA Math and HBS CORe. Graham also highlighted Clear Admit's recently re-published interview tip focused on the seven hardest MBA interview questions. Your hosts then weighed in on the employment report from INSEAD. Like LBS, the median salary falls a little below their peer programs in the U.S., but this is largely a function of the geographies into which these programs are placing candidates. Alex points out that INSEAD is strong for Consulting, as reflected in the fact that 53% of their most recent graduating classes selected that industry. Alex and Graham then shifted the conversation to programs that are showing a good degree of agility in this uncertain economy; Michigan / Ross and Texas / McCombs have added fourth round deadlines. This episode features three candidate profile reviews, sourced from ApplyWire entries: This week's first candidate is targeting the late rounds this season, which Alex and Graham think might prove a little challenging for several of the programs they are targeting. The applicant is from Pakistan, has an excellent GRE of 332, but a more modest GPA. It appears that they have very strong and quite interesting work experience. Alex and Graham debated about whether they would have better options if they targeted Round 1 next season. Up next, this week's second candidate has a career as an architect underway, following a masters in that field. With another strong GRE (329), Alex and Graham really like their experience and their goals (even if those goals may benefit from some further polishing). This applicant also appears to have strong extra curriculars, which further helps them standout. The final candidate this week also appears to have an exceptional profile: 740 GMAT with a 3.66 GPA in Chemical Engineering. Their military career has focused on nuclear engineering. Just so much to like...although Alex and Graham did question their goal to transition to private equity. This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by Dennis Crowley in chilly Philadelphia, USA. Please remember to rate and review this show wherever you listen. Thanks to all of you who've been joining us!
Biblical Archaeology Today w/ Steve Waldron
Dating 1,000-1,200 years old, this goes back to a Christian community in the area from at least the 400'a AD. Thank you for listening! Please subscribe, share, and leave a five star review!