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Refugee Radio
Founders Stephen Silverwood
Type Arts
Founded March, 2008
Headquarters Brighton, UK
Staff Stephen Silverwood
Gianpaolo Boldrini
Zoe Rosenfeld
Area served England
Focus Refugees, social cohesion
Method Arts, broadcasting
Revenue GBP £Unknown
Website http://www.refugeeradio.org.uk/

Refugee Radio is a community arts Social Enterprise registered in England.

The organisation broadcasts a radio programme in partnership with Radio Reverb, a local radio station in the South East. The programme is syndicated on various internet radio stations [1] and is based on the long-running BBC Radio 4 programme, Desert Island Discs but instead of interviewing celebrities, it features refugee “castaways” and plays the music they brought with them to the UK[2][3]. The project also contributes to the Refugee Week internet radio broadcasts and the International Migrants Day broadcast.

Their patron is Alexis Condon, a producer on the Today Programme.

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