Latest Episodes

  • A Revolution of Music and Art in Lebanon

    What is the role that music and art played during the protests in Lebanon? How political can and should music be? And what ist the role of artists in revolutions? Julia discusses all of these questions with independent musicians in Beirut. Read more...

  • Women in the Lebanese Protests

    Women in Lebanon are the driving force behind the protests against the ruling elite. They are fighting not only against the corrupt system that prevents them from passing on their Lebanese nationality to their children, but also for the rights of LGBTQI+, refugees and migrants. An audio collage for the International Women's Day.

  • A Journey to Oman

    Last Friday, on January 13th, the ruler of Oman Sultan Qabus bin Said passed away. Nahostcast had only in December recorded an episode on the country and didn’t foresee this development. But in order to understand what this loss means to a country like Oman, it is even more important to provide an insight into its political and societal system. Read more...

Nahostcast for Android Users

You can of course also listen to Nahostcast without iTunes, e. g. with the apps podcast.addict or castbox.
This is how you get there:
1. Download App from the Play Store.
2. In the searchbox you can find us under Nahostcast.
3. You can ither stream our podcast directly or download it on your smartphone. This way, you can listen to us being underway somewhere, in the subway or on your way to work.
And off we go!

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