Brahmanbaria district is highly enriched in education, music, arts and literature and has produced some of the finest intellects of our country. Magazine programme “Ityadi” is known for portraying historically, archaeologically and culturally significant sites of Bangladesh. In this direction, the latest episode of “Ityadi” has been shot recently in Brahmanbaria's famous Titas Para on the bank of the famous Titas river.
The stage was made using various historical and prominent items of Brahmanbaria as props. The famous Titas Gas Field's transmitter was used for broadcasting radio programmes during the turbulent days of our Liberation War in 1971. Brahmanbaria has many other glorious stories of 1971 to its credit and in order to pay tribute to this memorable area of our Liberation War, the site was selected as the venue for the month of March -- the month of our Independence Day.
The show starts with a mini documentary featuring informative snippets on Brahmanbaria. There is a heart wrenching documentary on an auto-bike driver Dulal Chandra. There are two other inspirational documentaries: one about Professor Ishak Sharif of Barisal and another about Anwara Syed Huq, a Bangladeshi expat in Netherland and her endeavor to find her roots.
The episode also contains a patriotic song by noted singer Syed Abdul Hadi and a dance performance by Zakia Bari Momo along with a dance troupe on Brahmanbaria.
Anchored by Hanif Sanket the programme will go on air on March 30 after 8pm news on BTV and BTV World.