Episode

Episode Seven: Abu Mustafa's Story

The seventh episode features Abu Mustafa, a kind man from Homs.  

Made with the support of Salam LADC, an NGO working in the Beqaa Valley with Salem's community and others like it. You can donate to Salam LADC here. Or via their PayPal at donation@salamladc.org

This episode was sponsored by Hindenburg audio suite. If you’re interested in getting into podcasting or audio storytelling yourself, try their free 30-day trial.

Music credits:

Cilt

klankbeeld

Yousef Kekhia

Translator: Hassan Choubassi

Further thanks to Miguel Ángel Isotta Sanchez.

Writing and production: Jessica Stone

Special Episode: Livelihood Skills with Andreas Ohlander

This episode is a little bit different: it's an interview with my friend, Andreas, about livelihood skills for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. 

Made with the support of Salam LADC, an NGO working in the Beqaa Valley with Salem's community and others like it. You can donate to Salam LADC here. Or via their PayPal at donation@salamladc.org

This episode was sponsored by Hindenburg audio suite. If you’re interested in getting into podcasting or audio storytelling yourself, try their free 30-day trial.

Thanks go to  Axletree and Podington Bear for the music.

Episode Four: Jawahei's Story

The fourth episode features Jawahei, a nurse from Idlib. 

Made with the support of Salam LADC, an NGO working in the Beqaa Valley with Jawahei's community and others like it. You can donate to Salam LADC here. Or via their PayPal at donation@salamladc.org

This episode was sponsored by Hindenburg audio suite. If you’re interested in getting into podcasting or audio storytelling yourself, try their free 30-day trial.

Music credits:

 ALPHAMALE

Banda Comunale & Internationale

Chris Zabriskie

Doctor Turtle

Gillicuddy

The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians

Tootard

Translator: Hassan Choubassi

Assistant: Jon Yee

Further thanks to Jessica Alexander-Lillicrap and Miguel Ángel Isotta Sanchez.

Writing and production: Jessica Stone.

Episode Three: Mohammad and Amira's Story

The third episode features Mohammad and Amira, a long-married couple from Homs. 

Made with the support of Salam LADC, an NGO working in the Beqaa Valley with Mohammad and Amira's community and others like it. You can donate to Salam LADC here.

This episode was sponsored by Hindenburg audio suite. If you’re interested in getting into podcasting or audio storytelling yourself, try their free 30-day trial.

Music credits:

Axletree

 ALPHAMALE

Banda Comunale & Internationale

Amr Ezz

Jahzzar

Monplaisir

The Orchestra of Syrian Musicians

Translator: Hassan Choubassi

Assistant: Guillem Jimenez Vilá

Further thanks to Miguel Ángel Isotta Sanchez.

Writing and production: Jessica Stone.