In this episode:
- An old lady taking on a dictator in Belarus (ABC Foreign Correspondent, Eric Campbell)
- Playing for Change, ‘Biko‘ (Peter Gabriel)
- Film Chat: Nomadland, Golden Globe Best Film, Best Director
- Acts of Kindness: Malena the Stork is rescued in Croatia
- Playing for Change, ‘Chan Chan’ (Buena Vista Social Club).
International Women’s Day on March 8…
A lady fights against a despotic dictator and his army of thugs in Belarus.
Thank you ABC Foreign Correspondent Eric Campbell for this beautifully produced, inspirational story, posted on February 23, 2021.
UN Week of Solidarity with the Peoples Struggling against Racism and Racial Discrimination, March 21-27
The re-release of Peter Gabriel’s ‘Biko’ forty years on, by Playing for Change.
Certain music just talks straight to the soul. And without knowing why you find yourself on the edge of tears.
In this modern world, music like this has never been more welcome. Craig Challoner
Today is Peter’s birthday. And it’s my father’s birthday, too. He’s now not in this Earth, but we went together to the historical concert in 1988 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I remember it like it was today. 70000 thousand candles singing Biko. It was one of the greatest moments of my life. And I see this version now and it’s impossible not to cry. El resto depende de nosotros oh oh ohh !!! LOVE. Andres Callero Ruiz
Golden Globe Best Film, Best Director: Nomadland, reviewed by Steve Parker
Acts of Kindness
Malena the Stork is rescued in Croatia
The Cuban song, Chan Chan was first popularised by the Buena Vista Social Club, (produced by Ry Cooder). This is a recent version produced by Playing for Change.