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Kerning Cultures
Stories from the Middle East and North Africa, and the spaces in between.  Kerning Cultures is produced by Kerning Cultures Network. Support this podcast on for as little as $2 a month.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 877 ratings
One of the best. Period
I love this podcast. It’s sensitive, informative and the story telling is incredibly beautiful. It’s a rare gem. I particularly love the episode Exodus. Couldn’t stop my tears. Start here. And let the magic take you over.
psareen via Apple Podcasts · India · 05/18/21
Great stories here, and thoughtful ideas about who owns cultural heritage. How do matters of ‘peace’ perpetuate an inegalitarian status quo namely one of continued occupation. there is also the question of access. Who will be able to access the materials if they are in Israel and who will be...Read full review »
karakuze via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/12/21
Always something fresh and new
I’ve loved listening to the stories presented on this show. Some standout favorites include the episode about the Cedars of Lebanon donated to the United States, cultural influences from Arab North Africa found in Mexico and Puerto Rico, and Sesame Street in the Arab world. The producers have a...Read full review »
88QRW via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/28/21
Recent Episodes
Ronnie Chatah started giving his walking tours of Beirut in 2008, during a period of stability for the city. He would guide tourists through the city, telling stories of Phoenician ruins, French architecture and Ottoman houses. He’d also talk about Lebanon’s civil war, and the problems that came...
Published 06/10/21
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Published 06/04/21
In 1968, a trio of Palestinian filmmakers began making films about life under Israeli occupation. Almost 15 years and over 90 films later, their film unit became a dominant force in the Arab film industry. But in 1982, their film reels disappeared. Overnight, decades of footage and thousands of...
Published 06/03/21
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