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As the CAIPIRINHA APPRECIATION SOCIETY crew begin to like their exile too much, the time to go back home is at hand. Here's another episode inspired in the idyllic beach life of Saquarema, packed to the brim with great Brazilian music. (Only one more to go. Sniff sniff).

Throw aside preconceived musical prejudices, abandon all attempts to catalogue: a rich chemistry of cultural influences is at work when Adriano Adewale and his group get together on stage.

The question of if missionaries have had a positive impact on Africa is often seen as redundant. In this show, presenters Nayela Wickramasuriya and Alex Etchart take another look and consider if the colonialist label is always justified. To debate the topic, they are joined by Reverend Pritchard from the London Missionary Society and SOAS second year history student Mashall Khattak.

Party Bangers to african retro swingers. Taking in Senegal, L.A., Angola, Cuba, Ethiopia, South Africa, U.K., Brazil, Jamaica and beyond. The true sound of the world; and - of course - Hackney, East London.

1.Khaley Etoile, Etoile De Dakar, Volume 4 - Khaley Etoile

2.Soul Shake, Sound Dimension, Sound Dimension Jamaica Soul Shake Volume One

3.Calypso Blues, Calypso Rose Brownswood Bubblers Five

4.I Faram Gami I Faram, Mulatu Astatke Mulatu Steps Ahead

5.Egwo Umu Agbogho, Joy Nwoso & Dan Satch Ghananain funk and blues Volume 2

Part 2 of Armando Conte's interview with Angolan superstar Bonga Kwenda.

Armondo Conte interviews Angolan superstar, Bonga Kwenda. Bonga was an international athlete who was also political activist during the first civil war in Angola. He was outspoken in his anti-colonialist attitude towards the Portuguese. He made his music in exile for decades and his albums about colonial domination and independence --Angola 72 & Angola 74-- were extremely popular despite being outlawed in Angola.