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From Northam to QI

Friday 30th October / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Sami Shah is a comedic force: stand-up, author, columnist and podcaster.

He’s done it all from Northam, his home since he and his family moved to WA from Pakistan three years ago.

Sami is more than a comedian: he’s also a crusader for social justice. All proceeds from his recent show at the Fremantle Festival went to the Fair Go For Asylum Seekers appeal.

To top it all off, when he was in the UK recently he filmed an episode of QI, which should be hitting our screens soon.

Sami had a chat with Caitlin about all this, and his upcoming move to Melbourne.

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