62 episodes

Stories from the Middle East and the spaces in between. We release episodes twice monthly.

Kerning Cultures | Middle East Kerning Cultures Network

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 186 Ratings

Stories from the Middle East and the spaces in between. We release episodes twice monthly.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
186 Ratings

186 Ratings

TheOtherOsama ,

Loving this podcast

One are in the world we need more coverage is the Middle East and KC delivers! Thanks for the great work and unique stories.

DaannLouE ,

Amazing Stories

I really enjoy this podcast. I am listening from the US (NYC). I loved Al Empire with Hamed Sinno, which is what prompted me to finally write a review. I’ll have to go subscribe to that show and review at some point. But I’ve been listening to KC for at least two years now. Some of my favorites episodes include:

Resettled, hope to get an update about that soon.. such interesting insight about the arduous process of coming to the US as a refugee. As an immigrant I’m more familiar with the immigration stuff than most Americans so it was good to listen to a new perspective, every American should listen to that episode tbh.

To Oslo, With Love.. OMG obsessed with this one. I have to listen to it again soon.

Lebanon, USA was a cool one.. I went to look at the pictures from the trip

Faraj... what is he up to now?

The one about the Arabic script and typing was really interesting, something I didn’t even think about before

The one about the tour guide in Beirut was also very good. I enjoyed.

I listened to Featuring Eib even though I don’t know Arabic, would be one of my favs for sure if I could understand lol

Ouh, the one about the descent in the cave was so good, I really felt like I was like stuck down there...

The production is superb, very vivid storytelling. Good job y’all. Love love love keep it up!



JennaAlk ,

the best podcast in existence

I love this podcast. The stories it tells are so real and so raw and every time I listen to it I get transported to another world. I would recommend this to everyone!

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