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Hyphenated: Music + Identity is an audio documentary series about immigrant and second generation immigrant musicians in the EU navigating their "hyphenated" identity through their music. It's about borders and frontiers both within themselves and their music. I hope to put some light on these artists, give them space to tell their story, and to introduce you, the listener, to new music and perhaps new perspectives on the world. Created and produced by veteran music+film journalist Ron Deutsch.
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Husband, Father, Follower of Christ. I am the Hyphen Director of the Mississippi District with the UPCI. It is my desire to offer a podcast full of advice, Biblical study, and an all around good time with some easy listening and entertainment. I believe in this Hyphen generation to change everything and my intentions are to be beneficial for your growth in possibly the most chaotic times of your life.
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Hyphens Haven

Dréa Lewis

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Welcome to Hyphens Haven, the space for multi-hyphenate artists working on stage, and off; in front of the camera and behind the scenes. We share our paths and process to becoming who we are.
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SoCal Hyphen

Carleon Wilson

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This podcast is SoCal Hyphen’s very own Hub for anything Hyphen related. Hosted by Carleón Wilson, this podcast will range from interviews to devotions to the chronicling of major hyphen events. Follow us @socalhyphen
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Hyphen Nation

Kelen Conley

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You have arrived at Hyphen Nation. Hosted by Kelen Conley, this variety pod discusses music, movies, sports, mental health, and more. Featuring a deep catalog of solo episodes as well as fun guests, Hyphen Nation has something for everyone. It’s a safe space. Welcome to Hyphen Nation. Enjoy your stay. A Hyphen Podcast Group production.
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Hyphen in Hollywood

Christian Ting

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“Hyphen in Hollywood” is an entertainment podcast produced by Christian Ting, featuring candid conversations with up-and-coming and established talent from all corners of the entertainment globe.
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Dear Multi-hyphenate

Broadway Podcast Network

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Are you a combination of actor, director, producer, designer, or anything else? Congratulations, you're a multi-hyphenate! A multi-hyphenate is an artist who has multiple proficiencies that cross pollinate to help flourish professional capabilities. Dear Multi-hyphenate explores the full potential of artists in show business who have taken the paths less traveled. Are you unsure how to stay creative and garner income during the pandemic? Are you sitting on a project and you have no idea how ...
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A weekly podcast offering a 360-degree view of Muslim life in Britain and Europe. Hyphenated explores the issues important to Muslims — politics, culture, lifestyle, opinion and more. Host Reya El-Salahi speaks to Hyphen journalists, experts and the thought leaders shaping the cultural and political landscape today.
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Hyphenated America

Hyphenated America

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The immigration system, its associated laws and policy are confusing. Hosted by two recent college graduates, Sophia and Maria, raised by families of immigrants, Hyphenated America explores anything and everything immigration by talking to experts, lawyers, politicians, and more! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hyphenatedamerica/support
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Comedy stars Joanna Hausmann and Jenny Lorenzo host an English-language podcast about living in the hyphen that connects American and Latin culture. As American Latinas, they have crafted their comedy around what it means to be bicultural. Every week, Joanna and Jenny have hilarious and thought-provoking conversations about the particularities of being hyphenated. New episodes every Thursday.
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HypheNation: A Diaspora Life

Rebka Fisseha and Serkalem Mekonnen

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In a life lived “in-between”, what’s gained, what’s lost, and what’s discovered anew? Ethiopian-American and Ethiopian-Canadian hosts Serkalem and Rebka explore this question through conversations with immigrant Ethiopians and Eritreans from all walks of life. New episodes every month. (Or simechen!)
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Your host Lynn is an Anishinaabe-French mother raising her multi-racial Afro-Indigenous baby. Navigating life as a biracial woman in a visible interracial relationship while creating space for mothers raising mixed children. Identity, raising anti-racist and inclusive children, motherhood, mental health, culture, languages, traditions, pregnancy and much more will be discussed. So get comfy, burn some sage, fold that pile of laundry (or not - there's no judgment here) and come listen to some ...
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Contact djhyphen@hotmail.com for more information. Now available in South West UK Funky House, Mainstage, Bass House, Chillout, Classic euphoric trance, old skool D&B, rave, progressive house and hardcore, and many other fresh and funky styles. All mixed by live by Birmingham's legendary DJ Hyphen, after 7 years of silence, from clubs, pirate stations and more. Tunes that have been played at many a venue, to some of the hotest and loved up crowds - enjoy. Events, Festivals, Pirate Radio, Clu ...
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The Hyphenated American

Saman Askari

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Listen to conversations with scientists, CEO's, comedians, entrepreneurs and others who are 'hyphenated' Americans. These are people who at some point in their lives immigrated to the United States in search of the American Dream and achieved it. The topics range from the guests' life stories to subjects within their fields of expertise. Being an immigrant himself, the host asks questions that are informed by his unique experiences. Subscribe now and be inspired by these truly American stories!
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Paolo thought of himself as 100% Italian, but coming from a Sicilian father and Moroccan mother, he still saw something other than that in the mirror. He began his career making pop music, but, in 2020, after buying an Algerian mandole on a whim, just as the pandemic lockdown began, he found himself on a journey in his home recording studio which c…
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Ganna was born just a few months before the collapse of the Soviet era in a small village in Ukraine. As she grew up, she watched as neighbors, friends, and relatives all left to go west. Eventually her family joined the exodus and moved to Germany. But as a 13 year old, she found herself in a world so different, and with no one really to help her …
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Luzia was born of Angolan parents living in Poland during the communist era. When she was five, the family returned to Angola where Luzia found herself surrounded by children who looked like her but didn't see her as one of them. Then at 15, the family returned to a post-communist Poland, where once again she had to work for societal acceptance. It…
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“I love self tapes in the post pandemic world.” Why? Why does Adam love self tapes when so many other actors don’t? How can we embrace them? In fact, how can we embrace and adapt post-pandemic practices into our lives? Let’s face it – the industry looks different. So, we have to shift. And Adam DeCarlo has done a great job at doing just that. Adam …
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Connect to Jay Allen on Instagram Connect to Jay Allen on Facebook Swirl Films Website As Co-Head of Development at Swirl Films, Jay Allen is a results-driven professional who is committed to bringing compelling content to audiences worldwide. He oversees the entire content production process, from conception to post-production, serving as the main…
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Two violin students - Marvin from France and Akram from Tunisia - live next door to each in Belgium and hear each other practicing. Finally, Marvin decides to knock on Akram's door and introduce himself. They quickly become good friends, roommates, and decide to form a project, the Aleph Quintet, to express their cross-border friendship - blending …
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“What ever jobs you have on your path to where you're trying to get to to your vision all matter. And the fact that we call these things a side hustle or we talk about ‘the unwanted jobs' and all of those types of descriptions… it's not empowering people.” -- Jodi Carter When it comes to being an artist, what is the first thing we have to know abou…
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Sevana Tchakerian was born and raised in Paris, a child of the Armenian diaspora. She began taking music lessons at three and eventually received a master's degree from the Sorbonne in musicology. But while her studies were in western classical music, she always had a deep connection to traditional Armenian folk. In 2015, she moved to Armenia to ru…
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“If I were king of the mountain and I got to say how all arts education was – I would actually say the idea of being curiously creative is key; testing out all the ideas and options.” – Scott Barnhardt This is a wildly fun and informative podcast for artists of all ages – especially those looking into studying theatre in college. Here’s what you’ll…
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Joanna and Jenny discuss whether or not shows like the new series GRISELDA are good for Latinos in Hollywood or just perpetuate harmful stereotypes, why the limited number of Latino TV shows and movies mean that nobody is ever happy with what’s being released, and if the real harm to Latino representation in the entertainment industry is being done…
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“Collaboration is the most crucial thing you can do. Even if you are writing a solo show for yourself, for your family’s story, show it to somebody – share it with somebody.” - Rob Madge Rob Madge is about to open their solo play on Broadway – so how did it go from home videos to fringe to West End to Broadway? Listen to this amazing episode and le…
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For our first episode I'm honored to introduce you to Angolan-French musician Lucia de Carvalho. Lucia was born in war torn Angola. At the age of six her mother took her and two of her sisters to Portugal where they wound up in an orphanage. Almost 10 years later, she and her sisters were adopted by a family in northern France. And this is when her…
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This is an introduction to Hyphenated: Music + Identity, an audio documentary series about immigrant and second generation immigrant musicians in the EU navigating their "hyphenated" identity through their music. It's about borders and frontiers both within themselves and their music. I hope to put some light on these artists, give them space to te…
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It's the first episode of 2024! Oscar nominations have been announced and there are stats to discuss as it relates to women working behind the camera. 24 women-led production companies are spotlighted as well! Let's get to know them! Articles to connect to: Center for the Study of Women In Television and Film The 1st Woman to Own a Film Production …
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Jenny and Joanna chat about Joanna’s move to L.A. (for good this time) and share fun facts and anecdotes behind the reasons why various cities around the world are iconic. Originally recorded in February 2023 (and meant to be the relaunch of the podcast after a short break that ultimately lasted 9 months), please enjoy this previously unreleased ep…
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“The greatest success for actors comes … when they sort of let go of the idea that there's something that they need to be and they relax into the idea that who they are is the gift and they just need to bring that to the work.” - Busy Philipps Happy 100th episode of Dear Multi-Hyphenate! We are celebrating with two parts of a big 100th episode cele…
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This is the last episode of THE BARACK OBAMA APPROVED WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST! Within, I talk about why I chose to end the show, what's next for me, share some memories as well as my favorite episodes from the show's run, and give the pod the proper ending it deserves. Thank you for listening for 8 years. I hope you'll continue to support my futur…
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Joanna welcomes her friend and colleague Filip Jeremic, as they discuss his hyphenated experience as a Serbian-Canadian, the similarities between Latin America and the Eastern European Balkans, and share some bonkers curses from each other’s cultures (PLUS Joanna says a dirty word she’s never said on the podcast before, which just happens to rhyme …
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“If I had just focused on this one thing, I wouldn’t have gotten the opportunity to experience the life that I’ve had, which has been pretty sick.” -- Jordan Kai Burnett In this episode we discuss… Agism in the industry Is there a French Woods and Stage Door competition? Humping dogs! Are we ever too young to do a show in youth theatre? Allowing yo…
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This week, Hyphen commissioning editor Samir Jeraj, Kadra Abdinasir from the Centre for Mental Health and Mercy Mission UK’s Jehangir Malik OBE discuss the claim by Britain’s ex-defence secretary Ben Wallace that the situation in Gaza is “radicalising Muslim youth across the globe", the UK’s cost of living crisis and our top TV picks as Netflix rev…
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Greg Waddle is in his 23rd year of membership in the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees union, also known as (IATSE). He is a candidate for President of IATSE Local 479. He is also a political and technical sector consultant in Georgia, and the co-founder of Film Artisans Craftspeople and Technicians For Innovation, Diversity, and…
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This week, Hyphen reporter Aisha Rimi, author and Runnymede Trust co-CEO Dr Shabna Begum and political stand-up comedian Harun Musho'd discuss the United Kingdom's decision to abstain on the UN Gaza ceasefire vote and concerns about the policing of pro-Palestine protests stifling freedom of speech. Our panel also mull over changes to UK visa rules …
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This week, the British Sudanese comedian Ola Labib joins host Reya El-Salahi to chat about her new sitcom Frenemies, coping with the cultural fallout after pursuing a career on stage and why she’s fed up with being called the UK's first Black, Muslim, Sudanese female comedian. Plus, journalist Neelam Tailor meets the Muslim women struggling to stop…
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“I don’t give you a trophy for showing up. I don’t applaud a bird for flying or a fish for swimming. You chose to be here and so you got to eat a little sand from the sandbox because it builds up your immunity.” In this episode we discuss… What do you do when you start to become a leader? What happens after you’re told no? What is good teaching? Ho…
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This week, Hyphen Europe commissioning editor Phoebe Greenwood, political commentator Sami Hamdi and the broadcaster and Bromley Reform Synagogue’s Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner discuss whether a pause in fighting in Gaza signals a turning point in the war between Israel and Hamas, record net migration into the UK and whether Black Friday is a chance…
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Jenny and Hyphenated producer Kevin chat about all things “Sangiving”, how the Thanksgiving experience is different (and important) for immigrant families, and why the yearly big holiday episode of their Abuela’s Family web-series is not about Noche Buena.Kirjoittanut Jenny Lorenzo, Kevin Bosch
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Vivek Maddala is a four-time Emmy® award-winning composer and multi-instrumental performer. He has scored dozens of feature films, theater & dance productions, as well as TV programs. Additionally, he has produced music for a number of rock, jazz, and world music CD releases -- and his live performances collaborating with celebrated artists have en…
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This week, journalist and Hyphen contributor Taj Ali, ITV News political correspondent Shehab Khan and Dimi Reider, an Israeli journalist and co-founder of +972 magazine, discuss the fallout from UK MPs voting against calls for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, Britain’s failed Rwanda immigration plan and new research suggesting religious Britons are…
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This week, Hyphen assistant editor Husna Rizvi and former Labour councillor Shaista Aziz discuss Suella Braverman’s sacking and former prime minister David Cameron’s return to politics in a surprise UK government reshuffle following London’s largest Palestine solidarity march. The panel is also joined by the NHS Race and Health Observatory’s chief …
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Joanna welcomes her friend (and colleague at Hamster & Great) comedy writer Alex Estrada, as they talk about when Alex found out that his father might’ve committed murder in the 70s, how that secret shapes his childhood, and the podcast he produced (The Estate) to unravel it all.Kirjoittanut Alex Estrada, Joanna Hausmann
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This week, Hyphen contributor Rabina Khan, Dr Richard McNeil-Willson, an academic specialising in critical extremism studies and the journalist and author Michael Segalov discuss why language matters when talking about the Israel-Palestine conflict, and Elon Musk's decision to reinstate the accounts of far-right commentators on the social media pla…
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“It’s really, really important for them to see cabaret, go and see other people… go and see who’s good, go and see who’s bad, go and see what they want to portray because what I have noticed in the past, a lot of young people do a cabaret and you say, “What have you seen, what inspired you?” And a lot of them say, “Well, I haven’t been.” - Tony Win…
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