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Cleaning The Airwaves

Cleaning The Airwaves

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Episodes

  • 5. An Invitation From GUCCI - Sally Karago - The Play House 5. An Invitation From GUCCI - Sally Karago - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    5. An Invitation From GUCCI - Sally Karago - The Play House

    Sally Karago is a steady, pro and versed fashion designer in the industry. She is arguably the best female fashion designer, touted as the queen of fashion by many observers. Her passion in fashion started as a 12 year-old little girl when she insisted every time to dress members of her family. And that’s how she slowly began to understand colours, how to combine them and come up with something different. To her, education is the key to fashion. After joining a local fashion school and …

  • 4. From Turkan To New York Africa Fashion Week - Sally Karago - The Play House 4. From Turkan To New York Africa Fashion Week - Sally Karago - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    4. From Turkan To New York Africa Fashion Week - Sally Karago - The Play House

    Sally Karago is a steady, pro and versed fashion designer in the industry. She is arguably the best female fashion designer, touted as the queen of fashion by many observers. Her passion in fashion started as a 12 year-old little girl when she insisted every time to dress members of her family. And that’s how she slowly began to understand colours, how to combine them and come up with something different. To her, education is the key to fashion. After joining a local fashion school and …

  • 3. I have Dressed 3 of Kenya's First Ladies - Sally Karago - The Play House 3. I have Dressed 3 of Kenya's First Ladies - Sally Karago - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    3. I have Dressed 3 of Kenya's First Ladies - Sally Karago - The Play House

    Sally Karago is a steady, pro and versed fashion designer in the industry. She is arguably the best female fashion designer, touted as the queen of fashion by many observers. Her passion in fashion started as a 12 year-old little girl when she insisted every time to dress members of her family. And that’s how she slowly began to understand colours, how to combine them and come up with something different. To her, education is the key to fashion. After joining a local fashion school and …

  • 2. Being Part Of M Net Face Of Africa - Sally Karargo - The Play House 2. Being Part Of M Net Face Of Africa - Sally Karargo - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    2. Being Part Of M Net Face Of Africa - Sally Karargo - The Play House

    Sally Karago is a steady, pro and versed fashion designer in the industry. She is arguably the best female fashion designer, touted as the queen of fashion by many observers. Her passion in fashion started as a 12 year-old little girl when she insisted every time to dress members of her family. And that’s how she slowly began to understand colours, how to combine them and come up with something different. To her, education is the key to fashion. After joining a local fashion school and …

  • 1. My Music Beginning - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House 1. My Music Beginning - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    1. My Music Beginning - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House

    Eric Wainaina is a singer and songwriter from Nairobi, Kenya.  Wainaina attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he graduated with an honours in music, majoring in songwriting and engineering.  He joined the music industry in the mid-1990s as a member of a male acapella band Five Alive. His song ‘Daima Kenya’ is widely considered Kenya’s second national anthem and was recorded while he was a student at Berklee. MPESA Till (Buy Goods) 5236949 Support us to continue making podcasts - …

  • 2. The Story Behind The Song 'Kenya Only' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House 2. The Story Behind The Song 'Kenya Only' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    2. The Story Behind The Song 'Kenya Only' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House

    Eric Wainaina is a singer and songwriter from Nairobi, Kenya.  Wainaina attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he graduated with an honours in music, majoring in songwriting and engineering.  He joined the music industry in the mid-1990s as a member of a male acapella band Five Alive. His song ‘Daima Kenya’ is widely considered Kenya’s second national anthem and was recorded while he was a student at Berklee. MPESA Till (Buy Goods) 5236949 Support us to continue making podcasts - …

  • 3. The Story Behind The Song 'Daima Mkenya' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House 3. The Story Behind The Song 'Daima Mkenya' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    3. The Story Behind The Song 'Daima Mkenya' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House

    Eric Wainaina is a singer and songwriter from Nairobi, Kenya.  Wainaina attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he graduated with an honours in music, majoring in songwriting and engineering.  He joined the music industry in the mid-1990s as a member of a male acapella band Five Alive. His song ‘Daima Kenya’ is widely considered Kenya’s second national anthem and was recorded while he was a student at Berklee. MPESA Till (Buy Goods) 5236949   Support us to continue making podcasts - …

  • 4. Working On My 3rd Album, 'Love And Protest' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House 4. Working On My 3rd Album, 'Love And Protest' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    4. Working On My 3rd Album, 'Love And Protest' - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House

    Eric Wainaina is a singer and songwriter from Nairobi, Kenya.  Wainaina attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he graduated with an honours in music, majoring in songwriting and engineering.  He joined the music industry in the mid-1990s as a member of a male acapella band Five Alive. His song ‘Daima Kenya’ is widely considered Kenya’s second national anthem and was recorded while he was a student at Berklee. MPESA Till (Buy Goods) 5236949    Support us to continue making podcasts - …

  • 6. Developing the Next Generation Through Mentoring - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House 6. Developing the Next Generation Through Mentoring - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    6. Developing the Next Generation Through Mentoring - Eric Wainaina ​- The Play House

    Eric Wainaina is a singer and songwriter from Nairobi, Kenya.  Wainaina attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he graduated with an honours in music, majoring in songwriting and engineering.  He joined the music industry in the mid-1990s as a member of a male acapella band Five Alive. His song ‘Daima Kenya’ is widely considered Kenya’s second national anthem and was recorded while he was a student at Berklee. MPESA Till (Buy Goods) 5236949 Support us to continue making podcasts - …

  • 8. Makmende Goes Viral - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House 8. Makmende Goes Viral - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    8. Makmende Goes Viral - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House

    Mugambi landed his first acting gig at age 5, as the little drummer boy in his nursery school Nativity. The reviews were excellent. His career would really begin decades later, with appearances in plays and musicals in different stages in Nairobi. It's when he found himself jobless in America in the middle of the 2008 recession that things got exciting. He joined Philadelphia’s acting scene, appearing in independent stage plays and short films, and telling stories about American history to …

  • 7. Chasing The American Dream - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House 7. Chasing The American Dream - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    7. Chasing The American Dream - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House

    Mugambi landed his first acting gig at age 5, as the little drummer boy in his nursery school Nativity. The reviews were excellent. His career would really begin decades later, with appearances in plays and musicals in different stages in Nairobi. It's when he found himself jobless in America in the middle of the 2008 recession that things got exciting. He joined Philadelphia’s acting scene, appearing in independent stage plays and short films, and telling stories about American history to …

  • 6. The History Of Theatre In Kenya - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House 6. The History Of Theatre In Kenya - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    6. The History Of Theatre In Kenya - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House

    Mugambi landed his first acting gig at age 5, as the little drummer boy in his nursery school Nativity. The reviews were excellent. His career would really begin decades later, with appearances in plays and musicals in different stages in Nairobi. It's when he found himself jobless in America in the middle of the 2008 recession that things got exciting. He joined Philadelphia’s acting scene, appearing in independent stage plays and short films, and telling stories about American history to …

  • 5. The Explosion Of Dance In Kenya - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House 5. The Explosion Of Dance In Kenya - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    5. The Explosion Of Dance In Kenya - Mugambi Nthiga​ - The Play House

    Mugambi landed his first acting gig at age 5, as the little drummer boy in his nursery school Nativity. The reviews were excellent. His career would really begin decades later, with appearances in plays and musicals in different stages in Nairobi. It's when he found himself jobless in America in the middle of the 2008 recession that things got exciting. He joined Philadelphia’s acting scene, appearing in independent stage plays and short films, and telling stories about American history to …

  • 1. What Inspired Me To Become An Actor - Mugambi Nthiga - The Play House 1. What Inspired Me To Become An Actor - Mugambi Nthiga - The Play House Play in Edifi Player

    1. What Inspired Me To Become An Actor - Mugambi Nthiga - The Play House

    Mugambi landed his first acting gig at age 5, as the little drummer boy in his nursery school Nativity. The reviews were excellent. His career would really begin decades later, with appearances in plays and musicals in different stages in Nairobi. It's when he found himself jobless in America in the middle of the 2008 recession that things got exciting. He joined Philadelphia’s acting scene, appearing in independent stage plays and short films, and telling stories about American history to …