Mstdfr (Arabic: مستدفر) is a Middle Eastern geeky podcast spoken in "Arablish". Every week, Ammar and Rami host different regional guests to talk about various topics including: current affairs, culture, technology, media, challenges facing the new Arab generation, and everything in between.
In this episode we host Ali Kamakhi, former Geologist at Aramco turned consultant. We talk about the history of oil in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, exploration, and drilling. Check out Ali’s new podcast mentioned in the episode at Business Box!
In this episode we host Abdulhakeem Jomah and discuss his new movie ‘Madaen’ and the concept of ‘marriagibility’ in Arabic societies.
Ramadhan Kareem mstdfrs! Today we host Rayan Karkadan, physician and fitness educator. This week we talk about Ramadhan culture and traditions and how to be healthy during the holy month.
In this episode we talk about super powers that actually suck due to the ever real laws of physics.
In this episode, Ammar Skypes in from Abudhabi and we have Widad Hammidadin in the studio. We talk comic books, the Civil War movie,and whether learning language grammar is important or not.
This week Faisal, our studious fact checker is out of town, so Ammar takes a crack at fact checking. In fact he turns the whole episode into him googling myths and trying to dispel them. Fingers crossed.
In this episode we host Yaser Bakr, comedian and founder of The Comedy Club. We talk about Comedy in the Middle East and Saudi, local Jeddawi food, and Al-Ahli winning the Saudi League!
The boys bring in Mai Hakeem to ponder the new ways of things thanks to the Internet. Privacy, knowledge sharing, cultural boundaries, influence, and coping come up. A saucy challenge also awaits listeners at the end. Can you answer the question? Answer via Twitter.
This show we host nobody; just The Mstdfr Show gang. We bask in the glory of our brand new studio (for real now!) We talk about our favorite sitcoms over the past two decades, we then goes down a list of shows that you probably never heard of, our first online communities we actively participated in eons ago, and more.