Amplifying underrepresented voices


Exploring the intersections between culture and activism, THIIIRD Waves spotlights guests whose expertise and lived experience provide insights on topical issues through the lens of representation, access and privilege. The show is hosted by the women of THIIIRD magazine – producer Daniela Hornskov Sun, DJ Tryb, and founder Rhona Ezuma who bring to the table perspectives from their Danish Chinese and Black British Nigerian backgrounds.

New shows debut on Soho Radio’s Culture channel, and airs on Tuesday 2-4pm every four weeks. As well as the regular chat between guests and hosts found on the podcast, the live show is spliced with an eclectic mix of music influenced by cultural diasporas, and finished by a DJ set.

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  • Tuesdays 2-4pm every four weeks, on the Culture Channel

2 February 2021 

2 March 2021 (Replay)

30 March 2021 

27 April 2021 (Replay)

25 May 2021

22 June 2021 (Replay)

Previous Episodes

  The arts industry is one of those sectors that relies on human interaction, whether it is to experience a live theatre performance, music in a venue or at a festival

Starting a new year in lockdown has a lot of us in a slump. Who hasn’t needed some help to get their energy in gear or kickstart a new routine?

With a special focus on how the viral #EndSARS hashtag has helped galvanize people to demand justice for the people of Nigeria, we talk with Chioma Agwuegbo, and discuss the

Neurodiversity is a buzzword that has increasingly become the umbrella term for conditions such as ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia. We delve into what it means to be neurodivergent, and explore

  In Ep8 we explore how the concept of 'masculinity' plays a role in society, how to be a man, its oppressive potential, and the toxic effects of mimicking that archetypal image

In Ep7 we talk about what love is. From drawing an understanding of self love, to questioning the ways we treat romantic and platonic relationships, and looking at models of