Hyphenated: Episode 8

Hyphen journalists and guests discuss the toxic anti-feminism of Andrew Tate. Plus, our columnist Anna Lekas Miller on her new book about couples who have found love across borders

Hyphenated podcast guests: Mohammad Zaheer (left), Ismael Lea South (centre), Anna Lekas Miller (right)
Photographs courtesy of Mohammad Zaheer (left), Ismael Lea South (centre), Anna Lekas Miller (right)

This week, Hyphen journalist Nylah Salam, the academic Mohammad Zaheer and co-founder of The Salam Project Ismael Lea South discuss the controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate, an upcoming independent review into Muslim and Hindu community relations in Britain. Plus, we take a deep dive into London’s little known Muslim history.

Plus, host Reya El-Salahi chats to author Anna Lekas Miller about her new book Love Across Borders: Passports, Papers and Romance in a Divided World.

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