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Top 10 Worldfocus Radio Shows of 2009

Worldfocus Best of 2009

Top 10 Worldfocus Radio Shows of 2009

Worldfocus presents highlights from our weekly radio show, which covers underreported stories. From entrepreneurship in Ethiopia and Sri Lanka's bloody civil war to reverse brain drain in China and Baha'is in modern Iran, listen to the shows that were most popular with listeners in 2009.

Posted: December 23, 2009 15:44   Comments: 0
Nigeria’s Nollywood produces more films than U.S.

Q&A / Video

Nigeria’s Nollywood produces more films than U.S.

This year, the United Nations announced that Nigeria's film industry had surpassed the U.S. in numbers of feature films produced. Explore an interactive feature about the top film-producing nations and read a Q&A about the rise of "Nollywood."

Posted: October 7, 2009 12:35   Comments: 1
Iranians scour Internet for entertainment, evading censors

Extended Interview

Iranians scour Internet for entertainment, evading censors

Iranian students discuss how they bypass censorship and filters to find music and films, both online and in shops on the streets. They also explore the influence of Western culture and the backlash against it.

Posted: October 2, 2009 14:16   Comments: 1
Q&A: Women’s soccer around the world

Q&A / Interactive

Q&A: Women’s soccer around the world

Explore the rise of women's soccer around the world with this interactive feature. Worldfocus also speaks with two sports historians about the status of female soccer players globally.

Posted: September 10, 2009 12:53   Comments: 2
Burmese refugee in Malaysia loses job, girlfriend and hope

Interview (audio)

Burmese refugee in Malaysia loses job, girlfriend and hope

Karen Zusman recently returned from Malaysia, where she reported on the plight of Burmese refugees. In this audio interview, she speaks with one of the refugees about recent developments.

Posted: July 29, 2009 12:29   Comments: 4
Tune in: Online radio show on failed states

Worldfocus Radio

Tune in: Online radio show on failed states

Worldfocus.org's weekly radio show explores failed states -- countries without stability, a functioning government or rule of law. Pauline Baker, Christopher Boucek and Georgette Gagnon join the conversation. Listen now.

Posted: July 21, 2009 18:36   Comments: 2
Tune in: Online radio show on media battles in Honduras

Worldfocus Radio

Tune in: Online radio show on media battles in Honduras

Political upheaval continues in Honduras, after liberal leader Manuel Zelaya was ousted in a military coup in late June. Worldfocus.org's weekly radio show explores the coup and how Latin America's media have become a political battleground. Sandra Cuffe, Daniel Duquenal and Silvio Waisbord join the conversation.

Posted: July 14, 2009 18:42   Comments: 6
Political cartoonist detained by armed forces in Honduras

Q&A

Political cartoonist detained by armed forces in Honduras

Honduran political cartoonist Allan McDonald, who had published several cartoons in support of ousted leader Manuel Zelaya, was arrested and detained by the Honduran armed forces, who destroyed his materials and cartoons. He joined Worldfocus to describe his experience.

Posted: July 10, 2009 23:29   Comments: 6
Tune in: Online radio show on Uighur unrest in China

Worldfocus Radio

Tune in: Online radio show on Uighur unrest in China

Worldfocus.org's weekly radio show explores the recent violence involving China's ethnic minority Uighur population. The show also looks at Uighur aspirations of secession, Han Chinese immigration and Chinese nationalism. Enze Han, Andrew James Nathan and Alim Seytoff join the conversation. Listen now.

Posted: July 7, 2009 19:39   Comments: 15
Tune in: Online radio show on Sudan, beyond Darfur

Worldfocus Radio

Tune in: Online radio show on Sudan, beyond Darfur

Worldfocus.org’s weekly radio show explores rising tensions in South Sudan, the site of a two-decade civil war between the Muslim north and mostly Christian south. As post-war violence mounts and threatens the region's fragile peace, South Sudan may become more deadly than Darfur. Jen Marlowe, Eric Reeves and Sunday Taabu join the conversation.

Posted: June 30, 2009 18:47   Comments: 1
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