Established, scripted, produced, and co-hosted by Gaia Caramazza.
The New Arab Voice podcast brings you compelling audio journalism from the Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia and beyond. The format combines narrative story telling, news round-ups and exclusive interviews to unpack complex issues focusing on conflict, socio-economics and human interest stories. If you want to know more about producing TNAV from home, find my interview with Journo Resources here.
The Arab Spring, Ten Years On (Part 1: Tunisia and Libya) (DECEMBER 18, 2020)
The Arab Spring, Ten Years On (Part 2: Egypt, Yemen and Syria) (DECEMBER 18, 2020)
Bahrain joins UAE-Israeli normalisation deal, Europe’s largest refugee camp ravaged by fire (SEPTEMBER 25, 2020)
Biden woos Muslim Americans, China’s forcible sterilisation of Uighur women, and Egypt’s #MeToo moment (AUGUST 07, 2020)
Queerness under Quarantine: How the LGBT+ community is coping with the Coronavirus (APRIL 16, 2020)
Trump’s ‘Steal of the Century’ in Palestine, Putin’s bloodbath in Idlib, and Lebanon’s new ‘ feminist’ cabinet (FEBRUARY 11, 2020)
From Cox’s Bazar to Calais: Covid-19 bears down hard on refugees and migrants (MAY 15, 2020)
Ramadan 2020 and the Coronavirus pandemic: Keeping the faith in times of adversity (APRIL 24, 2020)
Shubbak Festival 2021 Podcast
Executive Producer: Gaia Caramazza, Presenter: DJ Nooriyah
In this four-part series, DJNooriyah will speak to the brilliant artists featured in the 2021 festival line-up, about how their art tackles some of the most pressing topics of our time. Join her for a deep dive into digital activism, the history of Arab Hip Hop, love and all its facets and the significance of the emotional relationship between audiences and artists in music – also known as ‘tarab’. The show features an eclectic mix of exclusive interviews, sounds from the artists’ performances, and the voices of the audience attending this year’s festival.