Paradise Lost: The making of a superstar


Louis Otieno was destined for greatness. When he walked into the silver-screens things seemed easy to him, things came to him, and life was easy.

His rise coincides with Kenyan media’s golden age, where TV personalities became celebrities and their personal lives were a subject of public conversation.

The industry that he flourished in also destroyed him, he says. In this episode, Louis Otieno recounts how he started a career by chance, rubbed shoulders with important personalities, and the beginning of his professional troubles.

Daily Politics

This is Daily Politics. Here we look into the ins and outs of everything Kenyan politics. We pull no punches and have no reason to sugarcoat anything that matters to Kenyans.

Letter To My Younger Self

Letter To My Younger Self is a podcast where guests get to write a letter to their younger self, from which Maxine formulates questions to ask them during the hour-long show.

Nation Reports

Nation Reports is a weekly podcast offers an opportunity for listeners to interact with various reporters and journey with them as they unravel the biggest most emotive stories.

Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost peeks through the story of Louis Otieno, the times, and everything in between.

The Statement

This is THE STATEMENT Podcast. Here we look at the Kenyan Fashion Economy with experts, stakeholders, dissecting the wider impacts in the fashion industry.

When death do us part

In this podcast, three widowers openly speak about the process of grief, how they found themselves exposed to the emotional turmoil of losing their wives, and how society still does not know how to deal with them.