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An on-going podcast series tracing the modern history of Lebanon through the stories of those who have lived it. Cutting across two genres—Oral History and Documentary—the cascade of stories paints a people-centered, multi-perspective view of what took place and the meanings they carry. Maabar is a podcast created produced by Anthony Tawil and Cedric Kayem. For more information: www.maabarpodcast.com
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Makhlouta literally means mixed. Just like it's name, it's a mixture of grains and beans. This typical Lebanese dish can't get any easier, healthier and gives you loads of power just like this feel-good podcast hosted by Nino Fenianos. Nino will tackle subjects like sports, music, comedy, food and more. This platform aims to inspire people to follow their passion, to share knowledge on interesting topics but also entertain the public with a touch of fun and simplicity.
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What happens when you give an outspoken skeptic a microphone? She gets her own podcast. This show is for people who don’t like to walk the straight and narrow. Take a curving stroll with me. We can color outside of the lines and still call it art. Join me for weekly episodes exploring the ins and outs of society, culture, and people, where I attempt to tackle the most important question of themall: why?ماذا یحدث عندما تعطي متشكّكةً صریحةً میكروفونًا؟ تحصل على البودكاست الخاص بھا. ھذا العرض م ...
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With all the chaos of modern life overwhelming us, we tend to neglect the crucial role of a healthy mental state. We postpone progress, and becoming a better person seems an impossible project. Incorporating new habits alongside creating a brighter vision for our lives, pave the way for a happier and more sustainable living. This podcast will introduce you to the roads of self improvement, while we explore the roots of our thinking, and how we can transform our brains from simple organs to p ...
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Rimthan Podcast | بودكاست رمثان

Rimthan Podcast | بودكاست رمثان

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هنالك مواضيع متعددة في قطاع الأعمال يتداولها الكثير من الأصدقاء في حوارتهم الخاصة يتخللها بعض التساؤلات التي تثير الفضول لدى المتلقي و بعضها جدير بالتعمق نحن مجموعة أصدقاء اعتقدنا أن تسليط الضوء والبحث وتقديم هذه المواضيع مع جمهور و رواد البودكاست سيكون عمل ممتع لذلك نحن حريصون أن تكون المادة المقدمة ممتعة وخفيفة بطابع حوار غير متكلف نطمح بتواصلكم معنا إذا وددتم مواضيع معينه نطرحها هنا أو حتى نقوم بإستضافة شخص معين للتواصل rimthan.p@gmail.com حساب تويتر https://twitter.com/RimthanP فريق رمثا ...
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In our final episode, we close the series with the Lebanese journalists who tell of their struggles to balance between their job of documenting, in words or in photographs, their own country’s destruction, and of their vulnerabilities, living with the aftershock of war, carrying the weight of their trauma through the years, over generations. بالحلق…
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This penultimate episode of our 9-part special focuses on the reflection of the francophone journalists and their role during the war, the savagery of what the civil war entailed, its futility, lives lost in vain, and the living horror of those who fought and are left to confront the harsh reality of “normal” life afterward. الحلقة ما قبل الأخيرة م…
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In this episode, journalists burst the “rock and roll” image of war to expose its harsh and brutal reality where people act like vicious monsters. Packed with gripping tales and profound reflections on what this “war” meant in the grand scheme of things, the anglophones close in on their experience of the war. بهيدي الحلقة، بيكسر الصحفيين صورة الحر…
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French audio. For subtitles in Arabic and in English please listen to the episode on YouTube. In this episode, we hear first hand what it was like to be held hostage in another country, another war; from being first lured by the exotic, exciting prospect of covering war in Lebanon, in Beirut (the Paris of the ME), French journalists find their posi…
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In this chapter, we learn how a city severed and a country truncated becomes a maze that journalists must learn to navigate, to cross lines from one sector to the next, from East to West and West to East, to do their job and get their story out, all the while risking their life. ------------------------------------------------------ All images are …
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In this episode, we hear about how addictive war becomes for the journalists covering it as they describe the smell of fear and the thrill of existing on the fine line between life and death. For some, the only way to survive was to lose their mind and their senses while simultaneously being completely sane, 100% alert. All images are property of t…
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We continue with foreign correspondents, this episode focusing on Anglophones, telling of their experience of coming to grips with the particularities of life during the Lebanese Civil War, and in the process, building bonds with a place that never seems to kneel. All images are property of their owners and are used with permission. For the list of…
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This episode shares the insights of foreign correspondents, mainly the francophones, and how they found themselves lured to Beirut on assignments to cover the war, while experiencing the upside of privileged life compared to their Lebanese colleagues. Subscribe to our Channel: https://bit.ly/3w81FMy Follow us on Instagram: @maabarpodcast Hotels tur…
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In the first episode of our special 9 part-series on journalism during the Lebanese Civil War, we hear how Lebanese reporters and photographers suddenly found themselves covering a war, while gradually learning on the go and realizing how important their roles were in documenting what was happening. All images are property of their owners and are u…
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Self growth is a long journey of failures, achievements, lessons and moments. Learning how to embrace every step of it is crucial, and understanding that happiness is a path not a destination will help us live in a more content satisfied manner. Happiness is not linear, and it shouldn't be, so enjoy the rollercoaster because after each low, there c…
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Human beings recall the negatives in themselves and ignore how good of a person they are. Aiming to elevate our character and achieve progress in our self growth journey doesn't contradict the fact that we should accept ourselves as we are, and that we deserve to admire ourselves for what we are, without trying to change our core to fit in society'…
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Allowing ourselves to ask for help from colleagues or mates will contribute to an easier living. Limiting our thoughts to the idea that asking for cooperation and assistance shows weakness is incorrect and kills all our attempts to grow. How can we learn to break this habit of relying on ourselves solely and not asking for assistance? And how does …
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This is not another mental health show, this is a self discovery podcast that will take you on a journey of becoming a happy, satisfied and healed person. In this episode, we discuss how vital it is to incorporate daily habits in order to shift your perspective and way of living. Habits and routine might seem dull, until you really know how to use …
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Imagine yourself diving 40,50,60 meters with one breath, into the unknown but also towards freedom, peace and quiet that’s what this sport is all about.Marck shares his beautiful experience as a competitive free diver. He now holds 6 national records in (in my opinion) one on the most beautiful sports out there.…
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Alan Geaam left his beloved country Lebanon, went to France with 30 euros in his pockets and worked relentlessly and tirelessly to achieve his dream. In 2017, he opened restaurant “Alan Geaam”, a fine-dining concept that presents a sophisticated combination of Lebanese and French cuisine. A year later, he made it to the top of the culinary world by…
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