April 17 program: Kayhan Kalhor, kamanche virtuoso–part 1; poet DH Melhem, and multi-media artist Asma Shikoh interviewed by Fatima Ashraf. Host BN Aziz.
April 3, 2007 Tahrir features a review of ME TV resources by LinkTV’s Jalal Ghazi, part 1 of our meeting with Hafez Modir tenor saxophonist; also and poetry with Elias AbuSaba. Host BN Aziz
Dr. Mahmoud Abdalla, director of Middlebury College (VT) Arabic language program descibes the college’s total immersion course. Comparative literature scholar Ginan Rauf talks about literary diversity in the language. Host BN Aziz.
A commentary by Salah Al-Askari. With recordings by Mor Dior Bemba and Hajja Maria Ulfah
Continuing our series: “The Poem of Iraq” read by Dr. Bushra Bustani; commentary from writer Rachida Mohammedi; in-studio, Sohair Soukkary offers a historical perspective, and alternative teaching strategies.
The first of our series exploring Arabic language and literature. Ghassan Kanafani’s “Men in the Sun” read by May Farraj, followed by our interview with Habeeb Salloum, author and lexicographer. Host BN Aziz
Questions about our African History Month. A studio panel discuss issues led by host Hassen Abdellah. “The Color of Paradise” and “Time for Drunken Horses”- 2 Iranian films, reviewed by BN Aziz
“Islam through the teachings of Malcolm X”; guests Azizah Al-Hibri and Asma Sayeed, hosted by Aisha Adawiya, Women In Islam director. BN Aziz speaks with San Francisco political candidate Maad AbuGazleh
This Algerian woman comments on American imperial actions–our International Women’s Day special