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Ayam El Lulu

GOOD OLD DAYS

--- Saturday at 8:30 p.m
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This is an informational, historical half an hour show that goes back to the decades 1960s -1990s. The show depicts notable social, political, and cultural stories, highlighting what life was like in Syria and around the world at the time.

Every episode features an interview with a Syrian celebrity/prominent figure that either lived in that decade, or has been influenced by it.

The objective of the show is to learn lessons from our history so as not to repeat them and to reminisce on the good times and savor them. The latter is what helps and guides us to move forward with a new Syria.

Prepared by: Georges.

Presented by: Honey Alsayed.

Co-hosted by: Orwa.

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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Akhd Wu Atta

DIALOGUE

--- Sunday at 8:30 p.m
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After 40 years of silence, it is time that we speak up, listen to one another, and understand what it means to have dialogue.

This is a 30-minute show that is recorded by courageous producers and hosts in the streets of Syrian cities amidst the bloody fighting.

It is a platform for the diverse and colorful voices of Syria to voice their opinions and learn the true meaning of healthy debate.

Prepared and Presented by : Lara, Asharaf and Zaid
Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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Hakawati SouriaLi

SOURIALI STORY TELLER

--- Monday at 8:30 p.m
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This is a 20-minute show based on the traditional concept of storytelling in Syria. Hakawati is usually an older man who sits in the old town coffee shops in Syria and tells historical and humanitarian stories for the community to learn lessons from and to bring people together

Hakawati SouriaLi is the younger version of the traditional hakawati, yet with the same traditional style, depicting more up to date human interest stories especially ones related to the Syrian revolution. The objective is to keep Syrians united and compassionate

In the show, Hakawati SouriaLi is Muslim and goes by the name Abou Faker (means: father of Faker). His wife is Christian and goes by the name Um Joseph (means: Mother of Joseph). This is to encourage religious tolerance.

Prepared and presented by: Abu Faker

Co-hosted by: Om Josef

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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Fannat

ART - SYRIAN STYLE

--- Tuesday at 8:30 p.m
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Art & Culture of the Syrian Revolution: This is a 30-minute informational show that talks about and interviews all the innovative art and cultural Syrian talents (new and old) that have expressed themselves courageously, peacefully and creatively during the revolution.

Prepared and Presented by: Yara Nseir

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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Fattoush

MIXED COLORFUL SALAD

--- Wednesday at 8:30 p.m
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Cooking With Syrian Flavor: This a 15 minute cooking show with the objective to remind Syrians of their roots and their rich culinary and cultural heritage.

With each episode the show chooses a recipe from a specific Syrian province, then discusses not only the goal is not just to talk about the recipe , but also to talk about the cultural and social traditions and history of that province.

Prepared by: Salam

Presented by : Maya

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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Mujaz Akhbar SouriaLi

SOURIALI NEWS BRIEF

---Thursday at 8:30 p.m
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This is a 12-minute comedy news brief that talks about Syria’s hot news topics of the week, sarcastically criticizing both sides of the Syrian struggle as well as the local and international media coverage of the conflict.


Prepared by : Nakasheh and Maya
Presented by: Mazen Gharibah

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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Allam Wu Nus

Tuesday at 8:30 p.m
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This is a 10 minute sarcastic and critical sketch that speaks of the misconceived ideas and facts from Syria’s traditional, cultural and political realms.

During our program “Allam Wu Nus”, we will ask questions and search for facts related to challenges that Syrian women and youth face everyday through violent and inhumane environments.

You will hear inspirational voices of women from Syria and the globe that will prove the necessity of women representation by 50% in all areas of life, across socio-economic, cultural, political and/or religious lines.

You can listen to “Allam Wu Nus” on Radio SouriaLi, every Tuesday at 8:30 pm Syria time, with Honey Al Sayed.

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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SOO’ TA’DEER

MISCONCEPTION

---Friday at 8:30 p.m
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This is a 10 minute sarcastic and critical sketch that speaks of the misconceived ideas and facts from Syria’s traditional, cultural and political realms.

It is these misconceptions that divide us and the show aims to set the record straight in a humorous way

Prepared by : Orwa and George

Presented by : Mr. Misconception

chive is here (in Arabic)Our Ar
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Souria Ahla

BETTER SYRIA
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This is a daily 2-minute motivational public awareness spot that airs every 3 hours. The spot focuses on concepts of harmonious living, freedom of expression, unity, peace, dialogue and civil reform.



Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
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Stuff

Sketches and Other Things
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Sketches, Promos, Stories, Spots, Jingles ...

From SouriaLi team

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Special Reports and Interviews

Because you worth it.
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Every now and then, SouriaLi team meets with some one special with a unique story to tell

These reports and interviews are your voice, listen to them and tell us what do you think

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Specials

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Tara’ef Min Al Balad

"Humorous moments from the country"
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Tara’ef Min Al Balad is a five minute daily sketch that aired daily at 12 p.m, in Ramadan.

It’s hosted by a male character, who represents a young Syrian man who travels around the Syria, through it’s plains and mountains, to tell come back and tell funny stories and experiences from his travel.

Prepared and Presented by: Iyad Kallas

The Archive is here (in Arabic)
Or on our YouTube Channel
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Alf Layleh Souriyeh ou Layleh Sourialiyeh

1001 SouriaLi Nights
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This is a 45 minute program that aired on Fridays during Ramadan and is inspired by a magnificent medieval Middle Eastern Folk-tale that is very popular in the Middle East/ North Africa and mostly articulated in Ramadan. This is a traditional folk-tale suspense drama series, built on a beginning, middle, and end, attracting listeners to a plot that thickens with each episode.

It’s objective is to advance the level of awareness of the Syrian grassroots, on the importance of civil society, dialogue, freedom of speech and democracy. Hence, we highlight the importance of building a new, free, democratic, nonviolent Syria, by using tradition to communicate such big and significant ideas. Tradition, the Syrian dialect, the suspense drama series are crucial factors that we utilize in uniting families and communities of Syria to come together and listen to the aforementioned messages of awareness through a traditional drama series spoken in the Syrian dialect

The archive is here(in Arabic)
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Alf Sardeh Wa Sardeh

with Lukman Deirki
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This is a ten minute program based on short true stories recited by the famous Syrian Kurdish writer Lukman Deirki exclusively for radio Souriali.

Prepared and Presented: Lukman Deirki

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
Or on our YouTube Channel
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SouriaLi Hara

"SouriaLi Neighborhood"
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SouriaLi Hara is a five minute sketch that aired daily at 1:30 p.m, during the month of Ramadan.

These sketches have been created with a goal to promote community collaboration and civil ethics and values, that are fundamental for the establishment of tightly unified neighborhood, that is based, on love, respect and cooperation under the harshest of circumstances.

Prepared and Presented by : SouriaLi team.

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
Or on our YouTube Channel
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Ma'ani wa Qiyam

"Ethics and Values"
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Ma'ani wa Qiyam, is a five minute program, aired daily at 9:00 a.m, and repeated at 9:30 p.m, on Iftar time, in the holy month of Ramadan, addressing the principles and values of everyday living in Islam, depicted from verses from the Quran, and sayings of the Prophet.

The objective of the program is to bring public awareness to a non violent Islam, promoting balance, unity, civic engagement and peacebuilding methods through the language of Islam. Thus, targeting the majority of the Syrian population, which are 70% Muslims, as well as, targeting the conservative and extremists muslims that are fructifying in a war-torn country and in distraught communities.

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
Or on our YouTube Channel
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Ramadan and Eid

Our Ramadan flavored and Eid themed Programs
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Everything SouriaLi has made during the holy month of Ramadan and Eid.

In addition to our special children oriented programs.

Our Archive is here (in Arabic)
Or on our YouTube Channel


In English

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SouriaLi in English

Production and interviews in English
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In order to build bridges between cultures, SouriaLi works on English content every now and then in order to bring you English speaking voices from Syrian, Middle East, and the entire planet.

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