Hyphenated: Episode 32

Host Reya talks to Ola Labib about her new sitcom and her experiences as a Black female Muslim comedian. Plus a focus on the Muslim women struggling to stop watching porn

Photography courtesy of Ola Labib (left), Neelam Tailor (centre), Reya El-Salahi (right)

This week, the British Sudanese comedian Ola Labib joins host Reya El-Salahi to chat about her new sitcom Frenemies, coping with the cultural fallout after pursuing a career on stage and why she’s fed up with being called the UK’s first Black, Muslim, Sudanese female comedian. 

Plus, journalist Neelam Tailor meets the Muslim women struggling to stop watching porn.

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