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The Rap weaves conversations about culture, politics, literature, art and music into a weekly mix.
Wednesday 9am - 12pm. Presented by Areej Nur.
An episode of The Rap on 1 April 2020
Areej talks to MzRizk and Roj Amedi. Then: a mix highlight from DJ Papiwhatsgood!
An episode of The Rap on 18 March 2020
Aurelia St Clair drops by to chat about WOKE for MICF 2020 with fill-in host Tanya Bunter.
An episode of The Rap on 4 March 2020
An episode of The Rap on 26 February 2020
Miss Blanks pops past the studio to tell us about the A Carry 4 Coins fundraiser.
An episode of The Rap on 12 February 2020
Areej chats to a range of guests, including Weird Alice, who tells us all about the Drop Deadly Gorgeous Pageant at Midsumma.
Areej is back! She catches up a range of guests, including Alia Gabres, who tells us about her book Haboba’s House.
Presented by Samira Farah filling in for Areej Nur
Presented by Namila Benson & Tim Thorpe filling in for Areej Nur
Presented by Anthony Carew filling in for Areej Nur
Presented by Paul Gorrie filling in for Areej Nur
Presented by Shantel Wetherall filling in for Areej Nur
Areej chats with Pilar Aguilera, co-host of Completada Bailable on 3CR, and member of the Australian chapter of the National Campaign for Truth and Justice in Chile, about the current political unrest in…
An episode of The Rap on 23 October 2019
An episode of The Rap on 16 October 2019
An episode of The Rap on 9 October 2019
An episode of The Rap on 2 October 2019
Nairobi-born singer-songwriter J.S. Ondara joins us to talk about the Australian tour of his new album 'Tales of America'.
Sampa the Great drops in for a chat about her new album. Plus, Daisy Nduta and Tessa McWatt talk about some fresh work.
Moorina Bonini and Tyson Campbell chat about their exhibition Code Switch, and Sione Napi Francis swings in to talk tattoos.
Areej gets the rundown on some great MWF events, and chats with Jamil Jivani about his new book 'Why Young Men'.
Bigoa Chuol and Mausi Segun brief us on human rights in the African region, ahead of their event at the Footscray Community Arts Centre.
An episode of The Rap on 21 August 2019
An episode of The Rap on 14 August 2019
An episode of The Rap on 7 August 2019
Warren Mason talks storytelling at Merri Creek Tavern and Ror briefs us on the Gertrude Street Projection Festival Closing Night Block Party
Nasty Mars tells us all about the new EP.
Thelma Plum drops in to tell us about her new album, Better in Blak!
Chante Griffin briefs us on her article 'How Natural Black Hair at Work Became a Civil Rights Issue' and Kaiit talks about her new single.
KTG swing into the studio to talk about their new single.