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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bilal Khan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bilal Khan, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bilal Khan. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bilal Khan, often where they are interviewed.

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Mixed and male at Cambridge with Bilal Khan

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The one where we take a trip on the Hogwarts Express

Emma and Nicole speak with Bilal Khan, a diversity and inclusion trainer, events facilitator, writer and 1/4th of the podcast Over The Bridge podcast, hosted by four Black and mixed race Cambridge graduates. We talk about the male mixed identity, balancing being in the culture and moving through a society that wasn't made for you, Posh Boy TikTok and how we need to stop doing fractions when it comes to our identities. Bilal is a leading voice in the UK on race, social justice, mental health, intersectionality and masculinity.

Culture Mix:Elijah Lawal, The Clapback: Your Guide to Calling Out Racist Stereotypes Nathan Bryon, Clean Up!

Black Joy Archives: https://www.instagram.com/blackjoyarchives/

Over The Bridge podcast, episode 5: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/over-the-bridge-podcast/id1364395842?i=1000407982444

Mafalda: https://www.instagram.com/mmvce/

Quarantine Quilt: https://www.instagram.com/quarantine_quilt/

Sep 02 2020 · 54mins
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Tribute to Our Newly Married Host: Bilal Khan ft. Hassaan Sheikh

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In this episode, we discuss the life and times of our newly married host, Bilal Khan. Be sure to like and share! Check us out on IG: @allsizzle_nosteak

Aug 11 2020 · 38mins
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Ep 149 - Bilal Khan: Will Black Lives Matter Tomorrow?

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Today on RNT Fitness Radio I’m joined by a special guest, Bilal Khan, who’s come back on the show after first appearing on episode 113 to talk all about some of the events happening in the world today. The big question we tackle is if black lives seem to matter today, will they matter to organisations, people and government tomorrow? As a diversity and inclusion expert, he says his job shouldn’t even exist in this world. Through the episode we talk about whether there’s a solution, what the accountability needs to be, protesting during covid, why he didn’t post a black square, and how to start tackling the deep rooted racism and stereotyping in society. This is an important conversation that I urge everyone to listen to right to the end, and then share it with someone who needs to hear it too. 

‘’So a lot of people that started with the black square, amazing, but what are you doing next?’’

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Timestamps:

2.13 – Black out Tuesday

11.22 – Social justice

15.36 – Influence of Barack Obama

23.53 – How has this affected Bilal?

25.01 – Should Bilal’s job exist?

27.50 – Accountability

29.34 – Why is It important to you?

33.15 – Raising awareness

35.47 – All lives matter?

39.06 – Bilal’s experience

44.25 – Asians and racism

46.01 – Children and education

52.05 – The N word

54.38 – Protesting

58.11 – What’s next for Bilal?

58.49 – What could the listeners do?

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Jun 22 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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Watch Talk with Bilal Khan of A Blog To Watch

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Bilal Khan, Senior Editor at A Blog To Watch, the World's Most Popular Watch Blog, joins Barrett and Phil to discuss everything watches.

After chatting about the industry at large and what it's like to review ultra-expensive watches, the guys break down some trending styles in the watch world and address some listener inquiries about age-appropriate luxury watches. Finally, they wrap up the conversation with a buyer's guide, giving advice to potential buyers about sourcing vintage watches and doling out some great suggestions for watches at various price points.

Check out the blog: https://www.ablogtowatch.com/
Follow Bilal: https://www.instagram.com/bilal.khan.a/

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May 08 2020 · 1hr 35mins
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Ep 113 - Bilal Khan: Identity, Diversity & Mental Health

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Welcome back to RNT Fitness Radio and today is a very special episode where I’m joined by one of my best friends, Bilal Khan. Bilal is the man who took me to the gym for the first time over ten years ago, and was one of the driving forces in pushing me towards following my passion of fitness as opposed to law. In this episode we discuss the early days of training, my shift in career path, before diving into some interesting discussions around identity, the importance of diversity, male vulnerability and why mental health is so critical for us to discuss. Bilal’s an international facilitator for some of the biggest companies in the world, so his insights into these topics are second to none. So without further ado, let’s dive in

‘’Do what you love, and throw yourself into that passion’’

Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “RNT Fitness Radio” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts:

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For any podcast suggestions, or if you’d like to get in touch, please do so on podcast@rntfitness.com here. We’d love to hear from you!

Timestamps:

1.47 – Why Bilal started training

3.44 – Akash’s resistance to the gym

11.40 – From Law to Sports Science

15.35 – How to follow your path

16.01 – What does Bilal do?

21.47 – Bilal’s advice to young people

25.56 – When did Bilal’s switch happen?

35.35 – Most uncomfortable situations Bilal has been in

42.20 – Men and ownership

44.00 – Social perceptions

47.48 – Men and conversations

48.37 – Suicide rates amongst men

56.16 – Bilal’s fashion choice and why

1.00.36 – Suits and colonialism

1.03.42 – What does Identity mean to Bilal?

1.07.20 – Bilal’s background

1.07.52 – Identity workshops

1.10.43 – Mental resilience and prioritising yourself

1.14.40 – What’s next for Bilal?

1.19.02 – Fun facts

1.20.56 – Parting words from Bilal

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Dec 22 2019 · 1hr 22mins
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Learning by Unlearning (with Bilal Khan)

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How do you mix heartbreaking and hilarious? Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program participant Bilal Khan, from Karachi, Pakistan, tells about his life before, during, and after YES, and the inescapable conclusion is that stories like Bilal's are why we do international exchanges.

Aug 30 2019 · 36mins
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073 - Sheikh Bilal Khan, Islamic finance today

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Sheikh Bilal Khan, Chief Islamic Finance Officer at AIFC, and Arbitrator at AIFC International Arbitration Center, narrates what Islamic finance is today, and its tremendous opportunities.

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Sheikh Bilal Khan, Chief Islamic Finance Officer at AIFC, and Arbitrator at AIFC International Arbitration Center, narrates what Islamic finance is today, and its tremendous opportunities.

Aug 21 2019 · 22mins