Feb 1, 2017 • 38M

Bruce Foster. Englishman and "Jugophile"

 
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In this episode I catch up with my good friend and "Jugophile", Bruce Foster.

We chat about his view of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a little tease about a project we will be doing in Sarajevo.

Music from Shaderwan Code: Shaderwan Code are a fusion of the heritage Balkan Rock Band "No Smoking" and Arabeske (the girls from the Zagreb Mosque Choir). Kad procvatu behari Lijepa Alma Dok čekaš sabah sa Šejtanom.

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