The Parable of the Sower

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Until you dig a hole, you plant a tree, you water it and make it survive, you haven’t done a thing. You are just talking.”

wangari Maathai

Episode Notes

Episode Notes

Special Thanks to everyone who has joined @futurelabafrica on instagram. Just a note that we do not claim any ownership or authorship on the music and sound clips we have archived in this episode, found below.

This is an independent project that I have had difficulty funding. I appreciate your patronage and you can donate equipment, time, opinions or even send voice notes to hello@jepchumba.com.

Dougou Badia

Song: Dougou Badia (feat. Santigold)
Artist: Amadou & Mariam
Album: Folila [2012]

Come Meh Way

Come Meh Way – Sudan Archives
Director: Eric Coleman / Asst Dir: Yusef Taiwo
Music: Sudan Archives

Streets of Rage – Opening Theme Song


Publisher: Alfa Records
Artist: Yuzo Koshiro;
Produced by Koshiro and Kyoji Kato
1991

How Not To Write About Africa

How Not to Write About Africa – Narrated by Djimon Hounsou
Written: Binyavanga Wainaina
Narrated: Djimon Hounsou
Published: 2014
Internubian.com – The African Gobal Village

The Psychology Behind The World’s Most Recognizable Sounds

The Psychology Behind the World’s Most Recognizable Sounds

Two sonic branding experts explain the thinking behind some of the world’s most recognizable sounds.

Featuring: Andrew Stafford – Co-Founder & Director at Big Sync Music
Steve Milton – Founding Partner at Listen
Published on Nov 10, 2016

Wired Magazine

Jason Bourne Wakes Up

Jason Bourne Wakes Up – The Bourne Identity (2002)
Movieclips
Published on Jun 16, 2011

CLIP DESCRIPTION: When a pair of policemen roust him from a park in Zurich, Bourne (Matt Damon) swiftly disarms them.

FILM DESCRIPTION: The best-selling suspense novel by late author Robert Ludlum comes to the screen for a second time, following a 1988 made-for-TV movie. Matt Damon stars as Jason Bourne, a barely alive amnesiac with a pair of bullet wounds in his back, pulled from the Mediterranean by Italian fishermen. Bourne’s only clue to his own identity is a bank account number etched on a capsule implanted in his body. He quickly finds the Zurich bank where money, a gun, and a few identification documents await, but after he’s pursued by security goons at the American consulate, Bourne realizes he can trust no one and offers a German gypsy named Marie (Franka Potente) ten thousand dollars for a ride to Paris. Encountering more professional killers bent on his destruction, Bourne discovers that he possesses a surprising degree of skill in combat, martial arts, and linguistics — handy talents that clearly indicate his past includes work as a spy and assassin, but for whom? With Marie’s reluctant help, Bourne edges closer to the truth, something CIA officials want concealed at all costs. The Bourne Identity co-stars Chris Cooper, Clive Owen, Brian Cox, and Julia Stiles.

CREDITS: TM & © Universal (2002)

Cast: Joseph Beddelin, Matt Damon, Rainer Werner Director: Doug Liman Producers: Patrick Crowley, Richard N. Gladstein, Doug Liman, Robert Ludlum, Frank Marshall, David Minkowski, Matthew Stillman, Andrew R. Tennenbaum

Screenwriters: Tony Gilroy, W. Blake Herron, Robert Ludlum


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