The Persian Girl Podcast joined us to discuss what it means to be Persian and why some Iranians identify as such.
We called various places in Tehran, and ask stupid questions… but in English. Listen to see how Iranians responded.
We discuss the defining points in the decades of drama between Iran and America, while reading what Iranians think about America.
We invite our guests from 2020 to tell us went right for them in 2020, while giving a summary of what happened in Iran, in 2020.
Could the epic annual battle of Light over Dark, take an unexpected twist in 2020? Listen to us discuss the Iranian occasion of the Night of Yalda, while also telling your fortune for 2021.
Iranians never can say goodbye, no, no, n’, noo, no! Listen to learn how to do a “soft Irexit”, and to politely escape any Iranian gathering.
‘Tehran Taster’, Fareed, joins us to discuss Tehran’s hunger for international cuisine, as well as how to make it as an influencer in Iran.
“Eshgham”, listen on to learn the sweetest of Iranian sweet-talk and why this “mush” is such an important part of the culture.
Shanay joins us to talk taxis — the crazier cars, the crazy drivers, and the crazy conversations found on the streets of Tehran.
Katya, a Russian who married an Iranian, helps us understand what’s involved in moving to Iran.
Neema Naz chats about Iranian humour, the contemporary comedy scene and his recent role in The Boys.
Iranians tell us what kinda animals Trump and Biden are.
‘Yeggiz’, joined us to discuss how to make money while playing games in Iran.
Iranians will casually suggest that they’ll sacrifice themselves for you — listen in to learn how to respond.
We discuss Iranian “commoner” music, and get listener feedback on a new suggestion for our intro song.
Nothing about how Iranians perceive time correlates with universally understood principles.
Persian Girl Podcast join us to discuss the expectations and complications of dating Iranians
So why did we record a show, when we were exhausted and delirious. Here’s why…
A Japanese expat tells us what he thinks of Iranian-made sushi, life and work in Iran.
Iranians may hide among you, wearing your national dress, but they can’t hide when they talk.