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TMR
The Middle East is ripe for new ways of thinking and doing things. TMR is a Western perspective on the East, including conversations with open-minded thought leaders with innovative ideas. Writer and journalist Nadia Michel invites a diverse roster of friends and guests that include the most inspired CEOs, chefs, adventurers, entrepreneurs, musicians, authors, artists, and beyond.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.2 stars from 247 ratings
It’s been a couple of months since I’ve discovered the realm of podcasting and the variety of the content produced in this form which was really interesting to me as a person who always preferred written content such as books, magazines, blogs, etc over any other type of media, when it came to...Read full review »
Nazaneen Moayed via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/15/20
I just got a call from the office
I’m just thinking I can come get some new ones tomorrow I’ll see if you want me and I’ll come get you and I’ll call him and then I will see what you can do to
hddhddjddde via Apple Podcasts · Saudi Arabia · 11/26/20
The next few days I can get some work to work with and I get a few days to get my stuff done tomorrow morning I have a fun day tomorrow morning I can go
jvhihufyd egg via Apple Podcasts · Saudi Arabia · 11/26/20
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