Sayed Abdel Aziz, an Egyptian novelist, writer, and broadcaster, member of the General Division of Arab Broadcasters, the Union of Arab Producers, and a member of the Creative Youth of the Republic entity. He is famous for writing Egyptian colloquial poetry and contemporary fiction through the publications he wrote in which he combined the modern literary style and contemporary Egyptian colloquialism. Sayed Abdul Aziz’s literary beginning was with the Reading for All Festival, where he participated in all activities since childhood and received a certificate of appreciation from the wife of the former President of the Republic, Suzanne Mubarak, the Palaces of Culture Award for the same year, and a certificate of appreciation from the Dubai government and the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation. He worked at Akhbar Al-Youm Foundation, then joined Egyptian Radio in 2006 on Al-Aghani Radio, then Radio of the Arab Republic of Egypt… Wikipedia
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The world of literature and journalism
Sayed Abdel Aziz’s beginning in the world of journalism was with the Akhbar Al-Youm Foundation – one of the largest Egyptian press institutions – Bulbul Magazine – a magazine dedicated to children – after receiving the literary award from Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak, then the Culture Palaces Egypt Award, which was the beginning of the flowering of his literary talent since childhood. Then he moved to work in specialized private newspapers, then October magazine, affiliated with the Dar Al Maaref Foundation. 
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The beginning was in 2006, when he joined the work of the Egyptian Radio by pure coincidence, when his talent in this field was discovered by the radio personality Enas Gohar, then he was rediscovered again by the radio personality Abdel Rahman Rashad, and the radio launch began again on the Al-Aghani Radio in 2011, then he moved to work in the radio station. Arab Republic of Egypt in 2017.
He left his mark on song radio through his work with the artist Samir Sabry on the My Memories program  and also the Songs of My Life program  and the Your Star My Star program  and some artistic documentary works.
He added a new look and elegance to the Egyptian radio by joining the main network’s preparation team. He presented a new series of works that included stars and celebrities from public and political figures in Egypt. He enjoyed recording with most of Egypt’s ministers in the government of Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister of Egypt, including Ambassador Soha Gendi, Minister of State for Immigration. And the affairs of Egyptians abroad, Dr. Amr Talaat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology in Egypt, Dr. Nevin Al-Kabbaj, Minister of Social Solidarity in Egypt, and Ashraf Sobhi, Egyptian Minister of Youth and Sports.
Meetings of scholars and diplomats
Sayed Abdel Aziz had recordings with diplomats, as he had the privilege of recording with Ambassador Ahmed Aboul Gheit, an Egyptian diplomat and politician, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, and Ambassador Mervat Al-Talawi, former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Secretary of ESCWA in 2001, and also the former Secretary-General of the National Council for Women in Egypt. Mrs. Jehan Sadat, an Egyptian researcher and socialite. She is the wife of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Anwar Sadat. Scientist Mohamed Al-Nashai, an Egyptian theoretical physicist and engineer, , archaeologist Zahi Hawass, archaeologist, Egyptian Egyptologist, and former Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs.
During his work with art, he presented documentary recordings with the artist, Izzat Al-Alayli, the artist, Shweikar, the artist, Ahmed Badir, the artist, Elham Shaheen, the artist, Mai Nour Al-Sherif, the singer, Fatima Eid, the artist, Madiha Yousry, the singer, Mohamed Fouad, and the artist, Mirna Walid. The symbol of literature and culture recorded meetings with the journalist Farida Al-Shoubashi, the editor-in-chief of Half the World, the journalist Amal Fawzi, the poet Abdel Rahman Al-Abnoudi, the poet Jamal Bakhit, the poet Bakhit Bayoumi, the musician Omar Khairat, and the musician Michel Al-Masry. He also documented the history of Egyptian cinema from 1930 to 2010 through… A premiere program monitored by the World Cinema Portal.