On the Shores of Dijila. Shatia Dijla

On the Shores of Dijla is a one hour Arabic language cultural program broadcast from Radio 4EB every Friday at 11pm local time (Brisbane, Australia).

The program started in November 2016. On the Shores of Dijla showcases both Iraqi culture and reflects the Australian way of life. The program engages with relevant social and cultural issues facing Arab and Iraqi migrants and Australian society. It also presents interviews with singers, artists and prominent personalities

The program is designed and produced by Amar Barakat and presented by a team that includes Manal Al Qaysi, Suaad Al Ganmie, Abdal Nasir Hamdi, Alaa Mohanad and Amar Barakat.

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Previous Programs


10 Jul 2020, 11pm

10 Jul 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 10 Jul 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

3 Jul 2020, 11pm

3 Jul 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 3 Jul 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

26 Jun 2020, 11pm

26 Jun 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 26 Jun 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

19 Jun 2020, 11pm

19 Jun 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 19 Jun 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

12 Jun 2020, 11pm

12 Jun 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 12 Jun 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

5 Jun 2020, 11pm

5 Jun 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 5 Jun 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

29 May 2020, 11pm

29 May 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 29 May 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

22 May 2020, 11pm

22 May 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 22 May 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life

15 May 2020, 11pm

15 May 2020, 11pm On the Shores of Dijila (Arabic) – 15 May 2020, 11pm A showcase of both Iraqi and Australian ways of life