Nisrin Al Harmoodi: A Profile

March 26, 2014 in Reportage by nouraaki

A short profile video about Nisrin Al Harmoodi and her success throughout life.

Emarati Women

March 26, 2014 in Panel/Debate by ShamsaAlSuwaidi

A brief discussion with H.E. Fatima Al Marri and Ms. Fatima Al Suwaidi on how the social conditions of Emarati women changed and improved through the years, and the representation of Emarati women in Federal National Council (FNC).

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Local News

March 26, 2014 in News by aras


March 19, 2014 in Short Fiction by May Mahrat

Life is just like coffee, bitter but sweet…
A 4 – minute mono drama that symbolizes imprisoned anger and grief expressed in an attempt to discharge inner rage and tension, exposing the viewer to different interpretations and questions of why and how…

Role Player

March 16, 2014 in Short Fiction by abdulaziz

Some of the white-collar workers always complain about their life and jobs. They hate the daily rotiune when they have to wake-up at 6 am, eat the breakfast, go to the office and start the boring work. They complain about how they are bored from writing reports, sending emails, attending meetings and other job responsibilities. They always wish to be relaxed and stay home for a long holiday. For those, and if you are one of them, we invite you to see how a blue-collar worker “a garbage man” daily job is. So, watch and realise how your job is perfect :)


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March 16, 2014 in Radio Documentary by Amira95

Fairouz is a one of the top singers in the Middle East, here is all about her musical career and how she made it in this radio show

Interview With An Architect

March 15, 2014 in Reportage by MiralAhmed_

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Be Considerate!

March 11, 2014 in PSA by Tamara

Sharing a room or a house with someone you barely know can be annoying; to limit the “harm” watch this video where we tried to present the most frequent annoying habits, humorously, that a room mate usually does unintentionally. Enjoy!

On The Beat

March 9, 2014 in Radio Talk Show by lamis fayez

A musical talk show that includes both music (top hits) and a talk show discussing “gossiping” and as a finale representing a new talent. Enjoooooyyyyy!..

Civil Marriage vs. Religious Marriage

March 6, 2014 in Panel/Debate by abdulaziz

Civil Marriage is a marriage solemnized as a civil contract without a religious ceremony. Civil Marriage is all about the freedom of choice, a person has the choice of choosing the women he likes without taking into consideration her religion or sector. It is basically performed, recorded, and recognized by a government official. It gives you the choice to marry without any religious laws. For instance, it allows a Muslim woman to marry a Christian Man without letting him change his religion to his loved one’s religion which is prohibited in religious laws. Civil Marriage allows the woman to have equal rights in financial costs, the decision to end the marriage and inherit her spouses belongings. If a man violates those rules, authorities will interfere to put an end to the matter. Civil Marriage may create some sort of bonding between people with different religious views and could be beneficial for coexistence in countries like Lebanon and Syria which have more than 18 sects, but the idea of it is absolutely against religious law, and therefore many Muslims can’t accept it. Civil marriage is rare in the middle east, but recently Lebanon have started to study civil marriage so they might apply civil marriage laws in their country. Malaysia allows civil marriage for non-Muslims only, while in Kuwait, Bahrain and Afghanistan it is allowed for foreign citizens only. Tunisia is the only arab country that allows this marriage.
This debate show will discuss whether civil marriage should be recognized in the Middle East or not.

Host: Abdulrahman Tahnoon
Guests: Dr Hadi Banat & Dr Asma
Graphics & Editing: Abdulaziz Alhassan
Cinematography: Kutaiba
Director: Faris Abubaker
Producer: Talal Dabas