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Best Persian comedian podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Persian comedian podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Comedian Ariel Kashanchi has spent most of her life complaining about other people being dicks and now she's getting to know those people. Don't Be A Dick is a safe place for guests to tell stories of times they were not their best selves and how that affected them. The stories and guests range from bizarre and entertaining to Oprahlike learning moments.
Iran has a history that is steeped in poetry, music and art, an identity that has spread far beyond its borders. Time & Again considers Iran’s potent history through the epic poem, the Shahnama. No matter what gender, generation, class, religion or political inclination, every single Persian knows about the Shahnama. It is a text that tells tales of warriors and kings, love and betrayals and that has lasted for thousands of years, the resonance of which remains. This podcast explores this te ...
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Though Iran is often in the news, for most Americans it is little understood. We have asked a group of experts on Iranian culture - academics, curators, filmmakers and artists - to open a door for us into Iran. Not surprisingly they each ended up focusing on poetry. Time & Again explores Iran’s rich and deep culture through the lens of the LACMA ex…
It seems fitting to close this series with reference to some of the works of art that inspired this podcast. In this episode we consider how Iranian artists use the past as a metaphor for the present day. Here Maz and Linda discuss how the Shahnama appears throughout the exhibition In the Fields of Empty Days: The Intersection of Past and Present i…
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