KaBrazen

Stories of Brazen women from Africa

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Episodes

Zarina Patel | Kiswahili

Friday Nov 17, 2023

Friday Nov 17, 2023

Credits 
Sound Engineer: Wambui Waciuri
Illustrations: Melody Jelagat
Written by: Aleya Kassam
Edited by: Anne Moraa
Voiced by: Afrikan Nduta
KaBrazen Team: Afrikan Nduta & Jane Nthanze 
Theme song by: Timothy Arinaitwe & Mbogua Mbugua 
Logo by: Francis Ally Mlacha
Produced at: Za Kikwetu Productions
Produced by: The LAM Sisterhood
 
Season 1 Kiswahili of KaBrazen Podcast was conceptualized and produced by The LAM Sisterhood with support from the Ignite Culture Grant. The Season was recorded at Za Kikwetu Productions Limited. Marketing and Distribution support by Africa Podfest. 
Kiswahili podcast production, marketing and distribution support for Season 1 is supported by a grant from Ignite Culture: ACP-EU Culture Programme (Eastern Africa). This fund is being implemented by HEVA, in partnership with the British Council Kenya with the financial contribution of the European Union, and with further support from the Organisation of ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) States. It is part of the global ACP-EU Culture Programme. 

Msichana Mkimya | Kiswahili

Friday Nov 10, 2023

Friday Nov 10, 2023

Credits
Sound Engineer: Wambui Waciuri
Illustrations: Melody Jelagat
Written by: Aleya Kassam
Edited by: Anne Moraa
Voiced by: Afrikan Nduta
KaBrazen Team: Afrikan Nduta & Jane Nthanze 
Theme song by: Timothy Arinaitwe & Mbogua Mbugua 
Logo by: Francis Ally Mlacha
Produced at: Za Kikwetu Productions
Produced by: The LAM Sisterhood

Friday Nov 03, 2023

Kutoka Kenya hadi Angola, sasa tunakwenda moja kwa moja hadi Morocco! Wiki hii, hadithi tunayorejelea tena ni kuhusu chuo kikuu cha kwanza kabisa duniani!
Kumbuka kwamba kipindi hiki kinatoa tahadhari kwa msikilizaji kwani kinahusu kifo cha mzazi. Lakini kama utakavyoonyehswa na Fatima na Maryam, mnapojaliana, mnaweza kutimiza ndoto yoyote ile.
 
Credits
Sound Engineer: Wambui Waciuri
Illustrations: Melody Jelagat
Written by: Aleya Kassam
Edited by: Anne Moraa
Voiced by: Afrikan Nduta
KaBrazen Team: Afrikan Nduta & Jane Nthanze 
Theme song by: Timothy Arinaitwe & Mbogua Mbugua 
Logo by: Francis Ally Mlacha
Produced at: Za Kikwetu Productions
Produced by: The LAM Sisterhood
 Season 1 Kiswahili of KaBrazen Podcast was conceptualized and produced by The LAM Sisterhood with support from the Ignite Culture Grant. The Season was recorded at Za Kikwetu Productions Limited. Marketing and Distribution support by Africa Podfest. 
Kiswahili podcast production, marketing and distribution support for Season 1 is supported by a grant from Ignite Culture: ACP-EU Culture Programme (Eastern Africa). This fund is being implemented by HEVA, in partnership with the British Council Kenya with the financial contribution of the European Union, and with further support from the Organisation of ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) States. It is part of the global ACP-EU Culture Programme. 

Malkia Njinga | Kiswahili

Friday Oct 27, 2023

Friday Oct 27, 2023

Katika kipindi cha pili cha KaBrazen, tunafunga safari ya kuelekea Angola kusikiliza hadithi murua ya shujaa mpendwa Malkia Njinga ambaye ni msichana aliyeweza kufungua fundo lolote. 
 
Credits
Sound Engineer: Wambui Waciuri
Illustrations: Melody Jelagat
Written by: Aleya Kassam
Edited by: Anne Moraa
Voiced by: Afrikan Nduta
KaBrazen Team: Afrikan Nduta & Jane Nthanze 
Theme song by: Timothy Arinaitwe & Mbogua Mbugua 
Logo by: Francis Ally Mlacha
Produced at: Za Kikwetu Productions
Produced by: The LAM Sisterhood
 
Season 1 Kiswahili of KaBrazen Podcast was conceptualized and produced by The LAM Sisterhood with support from the Ignite Culture Grant. The Season was recorded at Za Kikwetu Productions Limited. Marketing and Distribution support by Africa Podfest. 
Kiswahili podcast production, marketing and distribution support for Season 1 is supported by a grant from Ignite Culture: ACP-EU Culture Programme (Eastern Africa). This fund is being implemented by HEVA, in partnership with the British Council Kenya with the financial contribution of the European Union, and with further support from the Organisation of ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) States. It is part of the global ACP-EU Culture Programme. 

Friday Oct 20, 2023

Katika kipindi cha kwanza cha KaBrazen, Tata Nduta anatusimulia hadithi ya kweli, tena ya kusisimua kuhusu  mpigania uhuru hodari, Mekatilili wa Menza aliyekuwa binti mfalme shujaa aliyependa Kudansi.
Credits
Sound Engineer: Wambui Waciuri
Illustrations: Melody Jelagat
Written by: Aleya Kassam
Edited by: Anne Moraa
Voiced by: Afrikan Nduta 
KaBrazen Team: Afrikan Nduta & Jane Nthanze 
Theme song by: Timothy Arinaitwe & Mbogua Mbugua 
Logo by: Francis Ally Mlacha
Produced at: Za Kikwetu Productions
Produced by: The LAM Sisterhood
Season 1 Kiswahili of KaBrazen Podcast was conceptualized and produced by The LAM Sisterhood with support from the Ignite Culture Grant. The Season was recorded at Za Kikwetu Productions Limited. Marketing and Distribution support by Africa Podfest. 
Kiswahili podcast production, marketing and distribution support for Season 1 is supported by a grant from Ignite Culture: ACP-EU Culture Programme (Eastern Africa). This fund is being implemented by HEVA, in partnership with the British Council Kenya with the financial contribution of the European Union, and with further support from the Organisation of ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) States. It is part of the global ACP-EU Culture Programme. 
 

A KaSpecial Snippet

Friday Jul 14, 2023

Friday Jul 14, 2023

A snippet from our KaSpecial: Celebration

KaSpecial: Celebration

Friday Jul 07, 2023

Friday Jul 07, 2023

In celebration of the 2023 World Kiswahili Language Day, KaBrazen podcast presents the first bilingual children’s podcast in English and Kiswahili produced and developed in Nairobi, Kenya featuring digital stories of brazen African women. Launching this upcoming series is the
It’s World Kiswahili Language day and we have a KaSpecial episode for you and your little ones. Why is this episode special? Because this time, you get to meet Tata Nduta who loves stories just as much as Aunty Shishi! Yes, and she will be telling you all the wonderful stories of KaBrazen in a different language - Kiswahili. Yaaaay! 
We celebrate all the languages and stories that exist in the world and we cannot wait to take you with us on this special, adventurous KaBrazen journey in Kiswahili!
See you next month, for a brand new story of a Brazen African woman. 
Karibuni!
 
Suitable for 4yrs to 9yrs and all of those young at heart.
This episode is six minutes and fifty three seconds long [6:53]
 
Tell us what you think with #KaBrazen
#KaBrazen #KaSpecialEpisode #Kiswahili #Kiswahilipodcasts #languages
#kiswahilipodcasters #podcastersofinstagram #kidspodcasts #kidstories #itstorytime #African
#africanwomen #brazen #africanpodcasts
 

Zarina Patel

Saturday Aug 27, 2022

Saturday Aug 27, 2022

In this fifth episode of KaBrazen, Aunty Shishi reimagines the remarkable story of how Zarina Patel bravely fought to save Jeevanjee Gardens in Nairobi from being turned into a parking lot. Thanks to Zarina and her big big heart,  the garden was protected so that everybody can enjoy the trees and the flowers and the ants and the caterpillars.
Episode Credits
Sound Engineer: Wambui Waciuri
Illustrations: Melody Jelagat
Written by: Aleya Kassam
Edited by: Anne Moraa
Voiced by: Laura Ekumbo
KaBrazen Team: Afrikan Nduta & Jane Nthanze 
Theme song by: Timothy Arinaitwe & Mbogua Mbugua 
Logo by: Francis Ally Mlacha
Produced at: Za Kikwetu Productions
Produced by: The LAM Sisterhood
 
This episode was made with the support of The Aga Khan University Media Innovation Centre

A Mid-Season Break

Saturday Jun 25, 2022

Saturday Jun 25, 2022

KaBrazen is taking a mid-season break. But we have a little treat for your ears. In this special episode, we hear from some wonderful friends, and Aunty Shishi plays her favourite moments from the first four stories. We hope you are also taking a refreshing and joyful break. See you next month, for a brand new story of a Brazen African woman.  
 
Suitable for 4yrs to 9yrs and all of those young at heart.
 
This episode is seven minutes long [7:00]
 
Tell us what you think with #KaBrazen

A Quiet Girl

Saturday May 28, 2022

Saturday May 28, 2022

In the fourth episode of KaBrazen, Aunty Shishi reimagines a magical story of the girl who saved her people. In a world where everyone is so loud, sometimes we miss the wisdom of the quiet ones. As this quiet girl will show you, to succeed in anything you have to be patient enough to listen, observe and learn.
Episode Four Credits
Sound Engineer: Wambui Waciuri
Illustrations: Melody Jelagat
Written by: Aleya Kassam
Edited by: Anne Moraa
Voiced by: Laura Ekumbo
KaBrazen Team: Afrikan Nduta & Jane Nthanze 
Theme song by: Timothy Arinaitwe & Mbogua Mbugua 
Logo by: Francis Ally Mlacha
Produced at: Za Kikwetu Productions
Produced by: The LAM Sisterhood
 
This episode was made with the support of The Aga Khan University Media Innovation Centre

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