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CONTENT NOTICE: This episode contains a graphic description of an assault. If you’d like to skip ahead, go to 6:04. 14 dilihat daripada lensa nombor 19. Si penyajak meminta izin untuk berparti. Two siblings and two names, an ocean beyond them. A poet sees it in your eyes. Dichotomies. A love poem about, around, and under moonlight. This episode features the work of Aliff Awan, Nana, and Dhinesha Karthigesu. It was hosted by Nadya Zahirah. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. We accept any storytelling material in any genre, as long as you think it’d make for a good podcast. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita. OeA3YxRphU3CJuZdLkfI
A love letter to Cheras, the moon, and the person you want to share them with. Memories of a dear loved one. A poet explores her melting-pot origins. Meditations on motherhood, family, and suburbia. A freestyle about moving to Argentina, and two rappers get together to flex, because sometimes you just gotta. This episode of KITA! (our very first!) features Kimchi Lai, Arathi Jane Reddy, Raidah Shah Idil, Aiman Ahmad, and Muhammad Zhafir. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. We accept any storytelling material in any genre, as long as you think it’d make for a good podcast. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
Living room graves. Misogyny. A boy. Vaporwave. This episode features the work of Choong Jay Vee, Mochi, and Fi7i ft. Viona. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. We are supported by the INXO Arts Fund 2019 and the Krishen Jit Fund 2019. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
NOTE: This episode also features “Grandfather” by Vincent Loh; we apologise for leaving it out of the episode’s credits. An election, viewed from the train. Languages and their limits. A suite of poems about water, pirates, and belonging. A mother. A grandfather. A writer talks about the tropics, you, and an all-too-familiar feeling. This episode features the work of Chin Wei Yi, Dorothy Cheng, Vincent Loh, and Josette Larue. Special thanks to voice actor Swit Marie. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. We accept any storytelling material in any genre, as long as you think it’d make for a good podcast. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
A man reaches out. Struggles of a painter. Lovers and their lamentations. Hands made for a higher purpose. Satellites. No apologies. Phone calls and phone callers. A thousand reasons. A letter to our sons. This episode features the work of Ooi Huiqi, Block J, Dhabitah Zainal, and Chiew Ruoh Peng. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. We are supported by the INXO Arts Fund 2019 and the Krishen Jit Fund 2019. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
This theme song was composed by Russell Sim. You can find his work on Spotify. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
Contemplations on pain and trauma. A thoughtcrime poem. Praises to the places, people, and situations we come from. Dreams of a Javanese sunset. Leonard Cohen, dikenang dalam sebuah surat buat kekasih. Sebuah muhasabah mengenai makanan tempatan dan apakah ertinya untuk berkecek. Si penyajak menelaah pergi dan kembali sebagai sebuah falsafah hidup. Sebuah kota berapi, dilihat dan dicerita dari halaman kedai kopi. Advice for tourists to the third world. A complicated relationship with the Ilokano language. Thoughts on modern, long-distance love. This episode of KITA! features Sheena Baharudin, Azizan'Afi, Jack Malik, and Faye Olayo. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. We accept any storytelling material in any genre, as long as you think it’d make for a good podcast. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
CONTENT NOTICE: This episode contains an instance of strong language at 21:45. Listener discretion is advised. Airplanes. Letters to a body. Incantations. Sebuah lagu, melayang antara pencinta, melalui talipon. A lonely man receives upsetting news. The things that get left behind after someone's passing. Childhood meditations. A poet begins to consider spiders. This episode features the work of Bernice Chauly, Malachi Edwin Vethamani, and Yee Heng Yeh. Special thanks to voice actor Chacko Vadaketh. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. We accept any storytelling material in any genre, as long as you think it’d make for a good podcast. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
Jack tells a story involving black dogs and dark roads. Bedtime stories about... them. You reflect on your last moments. A poem arrives at the end of the world. A young woman dreads going to family reunions with her aunt. A mysterious man does anything for the perfect cup of coffee. This episode of KITA! features Aishwarya Adaikalaraj, Eugenie Tan, and Ganaesh Devaraj. Special thanks to voice actors Kimchi Lai and Jeff K. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. To submit your work to our podcast, visit bit.ly/kitasubmit. We accept any storytelling material in any genre, as long as you think it’d make for a good podcast. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
Depression. Black holes. Trains. A love song. A wolf cries. A ship sails. A knight’s tale. Counting. Fire instructions. Calm. This episode features the work of Swit Marie, Chloe Hor, Georgette Tan, and Wan Noor Daneah. Special thanks to voice actor Ashley Ng. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. Episodes are published every two weeks. We are supported by the INXO Arts Fund 2019 and the Krishen Jit Fund 2019. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita.
Yeah, we can’t believe it either. :( Cigarette-sellers, sacred prayers, the silence of mountains, first kisses, singing catfish, your dreams after a difficult rebirth, and arapaimas are all coming together to say goodbye to us. This episode features the work of Nadira Ilana, Frank Dullaghan, and May Chong. KITA! is a Malaysian podcast celebrating the stories we tell each other. This is our last episode. We are supported by and eternally grateful for the INXO Arts Fund 2019 and the Krishen Jit Fund 2019. To find out more about our show and network, and for episode transcripts, visit rngdr.com/kita. We love you; stay safe in these times.
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Podcast Details

Started
Oct 16th, 2019
Latest Episode
Mar 19th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
10
Avg. Episode Length
35 minutes
Explicit
No

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