Farewell, Professor Anisuzzaman [Photo: prothomalo.com]
Farewell, Professor Anisuzzaman [Photo: prothomalo.com]
18 May 2020 MP3

This week's program paid tribute to Professor Anisuzzaman, a Bangladeshi academic of Bengali literature who passed away last week at the age of eighty-three. He was an activist who took part in the Language Movement (1952), participated in Mass Uprising (1969), and took part in the Bangladesh's War of Liberation (1971). Recipient of several awards including Ekushey Padak, Padma Bhushan and Shadhinota Padak Professor Anisuzzaman was inducted as a National Professor by the Government of Bangladesh in 2018. This week's program remembered him by replaying one of his interviews with Bangla Radio Canberra broadcast on 18 July 2011 reflecting on his research on the works of Poet Rabindranath Thakur. The singer of the songs played in the program were Swagatalakshmi Dasgupta and Hemanta Mukhopadhay. The theme music used in the program was played by Kashinath Misra and Anuradha Chaurashia. This week’s program was produced and presented by Sakiba Rahman.

Climate change and devastating Australian bush-fires [Photo: (main) abc.net.au / (inset) Tulip Chaudhury]
11 May 2020 MP3

Interview: Dr. Abed Chaudhury - New technologies for reversing climate change using microbial biology [Ehsan Ullah]

04 May 2020 MP3

Commemoration: 'Buddha Purnima' - birth, enlightenment and death anniversary of Lord Buddha through poem and songs [Shampa Barua]

'Noshtonir - Poroborti Oddhaya' (The Broken Nest - Next Chapter) performed by 'Kabbo-Kothon - Australia' - 14 February 2020  [Image: facebook.com/priyovision.tv]
27 Apr 2020 MP3

Literary recital of 'Noshtonir - Poroborti Oddhaya' - an imaginary extension of poet Rabindranath Tagore's novel 'Noshtonir' authored by Moushumi Dasgupta and performed by 'Kabbo-Kothon' for PriyoVision Australia [Shamsuddin Shafi Biplob]