Nitin Sawhney Spins The Globe

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20120105

Nitin Sawhney continues to join the dots between music and cultures around the globe, from flamenco to pop, rock to Indian classical, punk to electronica, reggae to drum 'n' bass, orchestral and folk.

The second episode features music from Belgium's Buscemi, Brazil's Seu Jorge, Ethiopia's Dub Colossus, India's Zain Zahoor, America's The Dave Pike Set, Australia's Clogs, and more.

Nitin Sawhney continues to explore music from all cultures and traditions.

20120112

Nitin Sawhney continues to join the dots between music and cultures around the globe, from flamenco to pop, rock to Indian classical, punk to electronica, reggae to drum 'n' bass, orchestral and folk.

The second episode features music from Belgium's Buscemi, Brazil's Seu Jorge, Ethiopia's Dub Colossus, Pakistan's Sain Zahoor, America's The Dave Pike Set, Australia's Clogs, and more.

Nitin Sawhney continues to explore music from all cultures and traditions.

20120119

Nitin Sawhney continues to join the dots between music and cultures around the globe, from flamenco to pop, rock to Indian classical, punk to electronica, reggae to drum 'n' bass, orchestral and folk.

In the third episode, Nitin speaks to the sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar, who is deeply rooted in Indian classical music, having studied with her father Ravi from the age of nine.

The musical mix includes India's A.R. Rahman, France's Air, the multi-national Gotan Project, Mali's Ali Farka Toure and, from England, Radiohead.

Nitin Sawhney speaks to the sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar.

20120126

Nitin Sawhney continues to join the dots between music and cultures around the globe, from flamenco to pop, rock to Indian classical, punk to electronica, reggae to drum 'n' bass, orchestral and folk.

The final episode of the series includes music from Kenya's Ishmael Jingo, Iceland's Björk, Australia's Gurrumul Yunupingu and India's Lata Mangeshkar.

The final episode has Kenya's Ishmael Jingo, Iceland's Björk, Australia's Gurrumul & more.