Sing Your Own Psalms

Shamshad Khan speaks to poets in Britain and America, exploring just what it means to be a poet and Muslim in the West.

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20061203

Shamshad Khan speaks to poets in Britain and America, exploring just what it means to be a poet and Muslim in the West.

1/2. Shamshad is in the UK, talking to Imtiaz Dharker and Tariq Latiff about how they both challenge and celebrate their faith through their poetry.

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20061209

Shamshad Khan speaks to poets in Britain and the USA, exploring just what it means to be a poet and Muslim in the West.

1/2. Shamshad is in the UK, talking to Imtiaz Dharker and Tariq Latiff about how they both challenge and celebrate their faith through their poetry.

20061210

Shamshad Khan speaks to poets in Britain and the USA, exploring just what it means to be a poet and Muslim in the West.

2/2. Shamshad is in the US to meet poets Brother Dash and Bushra Rehman. How, as American Muslims, do they define their identities. And how are recent world events impacting on them and their poetry?

20061216

Shamshad Khan speaks to poets in Britain and the USA, exploring just what it means to be a poet and Muslim in the West.

2/2. Shamshad is in the US to meet poets Brother Dash and Bushra Rehman. How, as American Muslims, do they define their identities. And how are recent world events impacting on them and their poetry?

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Shamshad is in the UK, talking to Imtiaz Dharker and Tariq Latiff about how they both challenge and celebrate their faith through their poetry.

012006120320061209

Shamshad is in the UK, talking to Imtiaz Dharker and Tariq Latiff about how they both challenge and celebrate their faith through their poetry.

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Shamshad is in the US to meet poets Brother Dash and Bushra Rehman. How, as American Muslims, do they define their identities. And how are recent world events impacting on them and their poetry?

02 LAST2006121020061216

Shamshad is in the US to meet poets Brother Dash and Bushra Rehman. How, as American Muslims, do they define their identities. And how are recent world events impacting on them and their poetry?