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TitleDescriptionPublished OnDuration Play Episode Link
HerStory - 01-07-2019 - Gauhar JaanGauhar Jaan (born Angelina Yeoward, 26 June 1873 – 17 January 1930) was an Indian singer and dancer from Calcutta. She was one of the first performers to record music on 78 rpm records in India, and released by Gramophone Company of India. Having recorded more than 600 records in more than ten languages between 1902 and 1920, Gauhar Jahan is credited with popularising Hindustani classical music such as thumri, dadra, kajri, tarana during the period. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:15 PM0:19:49Download //
HerStory - 17-06-2019 - Bina DasBina Das Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:00 PM0:25:42Download //
HerStory - 03-06-2019 - Indian Women Cricketers Indian Women Cricketers. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:00 PM0:27:56Download //
HerStory - 06-05-2019 - Romila ThaparRomila Thapar Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 11:55 AM0:24:56Download //
HerStory - 22-04-2019 - Irawati KarveIrawati Karve (Easter Monday) Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:00 PM0:24:0Download //
HerStory - 08-04-2019 - DakshayaniDakshayani Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:00 PM0:23:58Download //
HerStory - 25-03-2019 - A Tribute March to 15A Tribute March to 15 Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 12:59 PM0:25:10Download //
HerStory - 11-03-2019 - International Womens DayInternational Womens Day Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:00 PM0:26:42Download //
HerStory - 25-02-2019 - Zohra SegalZohra Segal (27 April 1912 – 10 July 2014) was an Indian actress, dancer, and choreographer. Segal started her career as a dancer in Uday Shankar's troupe, performing in countries such as the United States and Japan. She went on to appear in numerous Bollywood films as a character actress with a career-span of over 60 years. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:00 PM0:26:21Download //
HerStory - 28-01-2019 - Laxmi Agarwal - Stop Acid AttacksLaxmi Agarwal - Stop Acid Attacks - Indian campaigner with Stop Acid Attacks and a TV host. She is an acid attack survivor and speaks for the rights of acid attack victims. She was attacked in 2005 at age 15, by a 32-year-old man Gudda and his alias Naeem Khan whose advances she had rejected. Her story, among others, was told in a series on acid attack victims by Hindustan Times. She has also advocated against acid attacks through gathering 27,000 signatures for a petition to curb acid sales, and taking that cause to the Indian Supreme Court.[1] Her petition led the Supreme Court to order the central and state governments to regulate the sale of acid, and the Parliament to make prosecutions of acid attacks easier to pursue. She is the director of Chhanv Foundation, a NGO dedicated to help the survivors of acid attacks in India. Laxmi received a 2014 International Women of Courage award by US First Lady Michelle Obama. She was also chosen as the NDTV Indian of the Year. Broadcast on Otago Access Radio 08:00 PM0:19:37Download //