Dead 80s Generation
Kam Raslan | Na'a Murad | Jo Kukathas
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This episode brings together Kam Raslan with film maker, Na’a Murad and theatre director, Jo Kukathas. Kam kicks off the show with generational change. The Rolling Stones and The Beatles once shocked the world with their debuts in the 60s and now they are the establishment. The trio delve deeper in some generational changes that they’ve observed. Then, Na’a continues with his 80s nostalgia discoveries. But he realises the 80s aren’t that great after all. Jo closes off with the topic of death. Grim to many, but a celebration to some.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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