Radio Radio

by | Jan 13, 2016 | Arts & Culture, Humanitarian

We’ve become radioheads over at hexology HQ. Well, if we can put things in objects and places with hexology, why can’t we put hour long documentaries in a QR code on a big yellow bus making its way to Calais?

Refugees looking for a little warmth can at least feel the love and practise their English, whilst we transport them back to their childhood – holding hands over the airwaves with our own Syrian community in Brighton.

So we teamed up with RadioReverb, Brighton’s fabulous community radio station and lo! a radio series was born. Looking behind the word ‘migrant’, we decided to peek behind the curtains of some of our favourite Syrian neighbours, and, like a bunch of Bisto kids, we followed the smell of cumin and cardamom to find out what they call home.

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