In 1987 Luton, in Thatcher's Britain, confronted by National Front racists on the streets and a stressed, angry father at home, a British Asian teenager learns to live his own life, get a new perspective on his Pakistani immigrant family, and find his own voice through the music of Bruce Springsteen. Directed and co-written by Gurinder Chadha (known for Bend It Like Beckham), with music by legendary Indian composer and film score creator A.R. Rahman. Inspired by a true story. [more inside]
Mr. Robot: Eps3.7dont-delete-me.ko Season 3, Ep 8
Elliot tries to get ghosted; it is the day of all days. [Official synopsis] [more inside]
Can the courts overturn President Trump's executive order? This episode, Ahmed talks with law professor Muneer Ahmad, who filed a lawsuit over the weekend challenging the immigration and travel ban. They talk about the details of the lawsuit, why a federal judge issued a stay to halt deportations, and what the legal path forward is for overturning the ban.
The previous episode (our live show) was supposed to be the end of Season 1. Then, President Trump issued an executive order blocking refugees, immigrants and travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries...we'll be posting a few short episodes to keep you up-to-date this week. First up, Ahmed talks with Zahra Billoo and Ramzi Kassem about what to do if you or someone you know is detained at an airport... [more inside]
We share our thoughts and feelings on the outcome of the election, the role of the internet, and what we think we can do next. [more inside]
High Maintenance: Museebat Season 7, Ep 2
A young girl, who lives with her aunt and uncle in Brooklyn, struggles to be a normal college student; The Guy delivers to a jaded couple who are throwing an intimate birthday gathering. [more inside]