It’s 2 p.m. on a boring weekday afternoon and you need distraction. You turn on the radio, and what do you get? In the US, you might get music or local news (or, if you're really lucky, something from PRI). But in Somalia, if you tune into the BBC’s Somali radio service, you'll get something very different: An announcer slowly reading a list of names, ages and places.
7/22/2014 | VIDEO