"Agora... Acontece!": get to know the Mozambican writer, Nelson Saúte...

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...and much more topics in the radio show "Agora... Acontece!", a cultural program with Portuguese-speaking itinerancies and literacies. The various programs address academic, philosophical and everyday themes, seeking a social interpretation through intercultural communication. Presented by Portuguese journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho, from 1998 to 2011.

Agora... Acontece! - Program 42 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Interviews with Nelson Saúte, writer, political commentator and Mozambican professor who lived for several years in Portugal.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 46 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, excerpts are presented from poems from the book Death and Life Severina by the Brazilian poet and diplomat João Cabral de Melo Neto.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 54 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, the journalist Carlos Pinto Coelho talks with historian Henriques Mateus about his new book In the wake of the Homeland: 75 years later, 1924-1999, which tells the story of the first air trip between Portugal and Macau.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 59 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Presentation of the CD Mestiço, by Brazilian Pedro Moreno, which is a Brazilian and Portuguese jazz fusion, sponsored by the Luso-Brazilian Foundation.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 64 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The Angolan singer and music writer José Adelino Barceló de Carvalho, known artistically as Bonga Kuenda de Angola, talks about his album "Falar de Assim".

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 69 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Conversation with Rão Kyao, a Portuguese musician and composer, famous as a bamboo flute and saxophone performer. Kyao presents his CD with the Chinese Orchestra of Macau where he aimed to illustrate, through music, the 450 year Portuguese presence in that province.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 76 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Presentation of the album of the Brazilian singer Virgínia Rodrigues, titled Sol Negro, produced by Caetano Veloso.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 82 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Talks with Guilherme de Melo, journalist, writer, poet and pioneer of Portuguese gay liberation. In this program the poem Serra do Rola Moça by the poet, writer, literary critic, musicologist, essayist and Brazilian photographer Mário de Andrade is also recited.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 107 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

A conversation with José Niza, a Portuguese doctor, composer and politician. He was one of the founders of the Orfeon Académico Jazz Club, where it was practically forbidden to play Portuguese music, and had as inspiration Anglophone music and the "Bossa Nova" of Brazilians João Gilberto, Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes.

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Agora... Acontece! -Program 123 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, a conversation with the Real Companhia Group, is presented constituted by Portuguese and Brazilians.

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Agora... Acontece! - Program 129 (21th Century) by Carlos Pinto CoelhoVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Talks with Carlos de Matos Gomes, military officer, researcher of contemporary history and writer under the pseudonym Carlos Vale Ferraz. He investigates and writes about Portuguese colonizations, among other things.

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Carlos Nuno de Abreu Pinto Coelho (18 April 1944 - 15 December 2010) was a Portuguese journalist. He taught journalism for two years at the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar.

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REFERENCES:

Forte, N. & Alexandre, P. [O QUE É FEITO DE SI?]. (1992, July 6). Carlos Pinto Coelho [Video file]. Retrieved from https://arquivos.rtp.pt/conteudos/carlos-pinto-coelho/

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