Back To School with Maz Jobrani

Back To School with Maz Jobrani

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Maz Jobrani and his co-hosts Tehran and Kaitlin will be talking to professors and experts from all walks of life who will educate them on a plethora of subjects, from God to fashion to Russian politics and more. The show was inspired by Maz’s 10 year-old son who asked Maz a question that he didn’t have an answer for. Rather than facing the embarrassment of turning to Google to answer his son yet again, Maz decided it was time to bring in the experts to help expand his knowledge once and for all. Join Maz and his pals as they audit the classes of esteemed experts and try to learn something while also being funny. Don’t spend thousands of dollars to get a graduate degree – just go back to school with Maz Jobrani!

This week we’re joined by author, journalist and director of Middle East studies at UPenn John Ghazvinian who is here to talk to us about the history between the US and Iran, what we can do to make peace happen, and why the British are to blame for everything! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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