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Behind the Spirit

Behind the Spirit, the SOAS Spirit’s very own radio show, takes a closer look at the stories behind the headlines in your SOAS student newspaper. The Spirit is there for the students as a portal to express their views and opinions, and BTS gives those expressions a voice. Showcasing the diversity that is SOAS in all its glory, expect to hear highlights from the latest Spirit edition. This includes the latest news that’s got SOAS students talking, exciting features and sports, and reports from our own Spirit correspondents.

The next edition of the SOAS Spirit is out next Wednesday, 6th February. In sports, James Appleby speaks to Geoff Lee, the co-ordinator of the Red Card Israeli Racism Campaign.

The next edition of the SOAS Spirit is out next Wednesday, 6th February. In features, we have the director Marta Schmidt and music director of the Amrit Lohia from the 'Tales of 1947' play taking place this weekend (2nd and 3rd march) at Russell Square. It includes music for the play, played by Amrit. plus, a round-up of highlights from the features section by features correspondent Charlotte England.

The next edition of the SOAS Spirit is out next Wednesday, 6th february. In news, it's all about the upcoming Student Union elections- we hear from chief editor of the SOAS Spirit, Mohammad Tahboub who is discussing the elections debate being held on the 4th March as well as some SOAS Students on what they think about the elections.

In this podcast, you can listen to just a few of the highlights you can expect from the next edition of the Spirit, which is out next Tuesday, 5th February. In news, SOAS Spirit correspondent Cristiana Moisescu discusses her article on the recent Mali intervention. In features, we have US poet Shihan talking poetry and the SOAS Spoken Word event 'Expressions of Love'. Plus a round up of highlights from the features section by features correspondent Katie O'Reilly Boyles.

The SOAS Spirit is back! In this first podcast, you can listen to just a few of the highlights you can expect from the first edition of the Spirit, which is out Monday 10th December. In news we have Sam Dathi, a prominent member of the recent SOAS Occupation in solidarity with the Gazan people- we ask him whether it was all worth it. In features, we’re joined by the President and Vice President of the Spoken Word Society, Zain Dada and Ousama Bouchaara, as they talk exciting exclusives and poetry.