Season 1

Ep. 23: Connie Johnson, a candidate for Oklahoma’s Governor seat

Connie Johson is a State senator from Oklahoma.

Ep. 22: Go vote! 

David Glover is the founder of the website badvoters.org for Oklahoma.

Ep. 21: Oklahoma Environmental Issues

Johnson Bridgwater is the director of the Sierra Club of Oklahoma.

Ep. 20: The Rumi Forum and multiculturalism 

Emre Celik, an Australian based in Washington DC, is currently the President of the Rumi Forum.

Ep. 19: Women and young children nutritional problems in developing countries 

Jere D. Haas is professor of Maternal and Child Nutrition in the Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University.

Ep. 18: Tribulations of the Heartland Flyer Amtrak 

Evan Stair is the president of the Passenger Rail Oklahoma.

Ep. 17: Links between the three Abrahamic religions from a mysticism and arts viewpoints 

Ori Z. Soltes teach the Theology and Fine Arts Departments at Georgetown University.

Ep. 16: Factors of the aging brain 

Ana M. Daugherty is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute of Gerontology at Wayne State.

Ep. 15:  Women in conflict zone 

Nyla Ali Khan is the author of Fiction of Nationality in an Era of Transnationalism, Islam, Women, and Violence in Kashmir, The Life of a Kashmiri Woman, and the editor of The Parchment of Kashmir.

Ep. 14: Joys and difficulties of an urban farmer 

Catherine Bruce is an urban farmer since more than 20 years in Norman, Oklahoma.

Ep. 13: Life of Somalia refugees in the USA 

Catherine Lowe Besteman is a professor of Anthropology at Colby College in Waterville, Maine.

Ep. 12: Eastern migration road from Central America to the USA 

Professor Jenny Bryson Clark, a founding member of the Rio Grande Valley Human Trafficking Coalition.

Ep. 11: The role of computational modeling in politics 

John W. Patty is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago.

Ep. 10: The role of iron in our body and last research

James R. Connor, a professor and Vice-chair of Neurosurgery, Professor of Pediatrics and Director of the G.M. Leader Family Laboratory for Alzheimer’s Disease Research at Penn State University, M.S.

Ep. 9: Oklahoma prison overpopulation

Kris Steele is a former politician from Oklahoma and He also the executive director of TEEM.

Ep. 8: Dream Act Ok­la­homa and im­mi­grants rights

An­gel­ica Vil­lalo­bos is the leader of Dream Act Ok­la­homa, a non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tion ad­vo­cat­ing for im­mi­grant rights.

Ep. 7: Black Lives Mat­ter Chap­ter of OKC

Sheri Dick­er­son is an as­so­ci­ate min­is­ter for Church of the Open Arms in Ok­la­homa City.

Ep. 6: Re­mem­ber the Holo­caust

Michael Ko­ren­blit is a co-founder of the Re­spect Di­ver­sity Foun­da­tion, wrote the book UN­TIL WE MEET AGAIN.

Ep. 5: Ligh on the Tra­di­tional Per­sian Mu­sic 

Alireza Shah­mo­ham­madi is one of to­day’s finest singers in Iran and a mas­ter of Per­sian clas­si­cal reper­toires.

Ep. 4: A folk singer in sup­port of so­cial jus­tice

Tom Neilson award-win­ning songs of hu­mor and com­pas­sion have been per­formed around the world.

Ep. 3: Stark-Cloud 3D Art Show

Kevin Stark is a painter, musician and writer in Pauls Valley. Sally Cloud is an oil painter and jeweler in Norman, Ok.

Ep. 2: The sit­u­a­tion of Turkey since the failed coup in 2016

Mahir Zey­nalov is a Turk­ish jour­nal­ist, an­a­lyst and a press free­dom cham­pion. Based in Wash­ing­ton D.C.

Ep. 1: The role of the Shi’a Cler­ics since the Iran­ian Rev­o­lu­tion

Mateo Mohammad Farzaneh, a Professor of Iranian History at Northeastern Illinois University.