Tuesday, June 27, 2006

The first month of "In-Depth" is over and was a huge success:

06.06.2006 Globalisation - from an African point of view. The first ever show of "In-Depth" featured a very informative debate which was held at the African Centre in Dublin with speeches by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev, UCD and Dr. Tajudeen Abdul - Raheem, member of the Pan-African movement. The show also featured an exclusive interview with Ex - Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos.

13.06.06 Climate Change - the show looked in-depth into the issue that is climate change and featured an interview with Peter Wyse Jackson, director of the Botanic Gardens Dublin. Studio guest: Niamh Garvey from Christian Aids. As a very special and very different "World Cup special" Thomas talked to people from Japan and Italy who are currently living in Ireland.

20.06.06 Perception - the show dealt with perception with regards to young people who decide to become musicians. The show featured an interview with Ronan O┬┤Reilly who works in the drum-department @ Music Maker. Studio guests: Simeon Smith, director of the Masamba Samba School and Aaron Kennedy who runs the Drumming Academy in Dublin. The show also featured music by projects involving the guests themselves.

27.06.06 Afghanistan - "In-Depth" revisited the situation of the war torn country of Afghanistan. Studio guest Dawi Roushaan talked very passionate and quite touching about his homeland and his life as a refugee in the republic of Ireland. The show also featured a pre-recorded interview about the "Samaritans" help line for suicidal individuals.

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