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Falafel Frequencies an inclusive English & Arabic radio station that mainly speaks to the SWANA (South West Asian & North African, ya3ny 3arab) diaspora. We talk about all topics with nothing off-limits. Our mandate is accepting, tolerant, and welcoming to all SWANA diaspora members of all ages, races, gender expressions, sexual orientations, and religions or lack thereof. 


Our history

Falafel Frequencies is an Arabx radio for the SWANA diaspora - A sonic journey that transcends borders and cultural nuances. An inclusive radio platform that amplifies voices from the SWANA (South West Asian and North African) diaspora and reflects its rich tapestry of arts, cultures, and political landscapes.


Falafel Frequencies is the metamorphosis of Calgary Arabia Radio. Calgary Arabia was born in 2015 as a 2-hour weekly show on Red FM 106.7 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Over our 7 years of broadcast, Calgary Arabia evolved into a powerhouse of independent and inclusive broadcasting.


With Falafel Frequencies, we aim to not only be a radio station; we want to create a community, belonging, free expression, a voice for the SWANA diaspora, and a deeply valid hybrid identity!


Impressions across radio,

digital, and social media

7+ Years

broadcasting since 2015


followers across

social media platforms


We're an inclusive 24/7 radio platform that amplifies voices from the South West Asian and North African (SWANA) diaspora and reflects its rich tapestry of arts, cultures, and political landscapes


Here's to a world where the SWANA diaspora has a distinct voice.


About Noha

Noha Mohamed is a radio journalist and a writer with a passion for exploring the intersection of culture, identity and representation of SWANA people. Her work focuses on amplifying underrepresented voices and challenging stereotypical narratives, particularly about the Arab world.


She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Calgary, a Multimedia Journalism Certificate from the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, and is currently pursuing an MA in Global Media & Digital Communications from SOAS, University of London.

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