On Christmas Eve Ricardo Karam hosts Abir Nehme, Nagy Khoury, Abboud Homsi, Joumana Atallah, Selim Mouzannar, Bassem Dalloul, Jean Traboulsi, Lina Cortas, Marianna Wehbe, Naser Al Nakib and Nada Al Assaad.
Ricardo Karam hosts six pioneers from Lebanon and the Arab world, who discuss the importance of the engagement of the Lebanese immigrants in supporting the youth and ensuring them an education that keeps the ghost of unemployment, poverty and extremism at bay.
Emile Haddad is an esteemed Lebanese architect who escaped civil war and moved to the USA. He is best known for his role as a builder of homes and sports facilities at the Orange County Great Park on the former El Toro Marine base.
n the occasion of Independence Day which marks a special day for Lebanese immigrants, Ricardo Karam offered his platform to Lebanese expats who came together on this day and shared their hopes and memories of Lebanon.
Nadim Ashi is a Lebanese seasoned executive and entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in financial services, e-commerce, and technology industries in 14 countries.
Harry Nadjarian is a humanitarian and philanthropist and is the driving force behind Industrial Motor Power Corporation (IMP), a privately owned industrial power equipment trading company.
In a tribute to Zaha Hadid, Ricardo Karam hosts a number of her friends, family, and co-workers for her first year commemoration.
Tony Nader is a Lebanese neuroscientist, researcher, university president, author and leader of the Transcendental Meditation movement.
Ricardo Karam hosted two key Arab personalities from diverse fields, Omar Durra a Jordanian anesthesiologist of Palestinian origin and Tarick Smiley, an American Plastic Surgeon of Lebanese origin.
Hisham Jaroudi is an architect, engineer and developer whose large scale residential, commercial and public projects can be found across the Middle-East.
Fadumo Dayib is an accomplished Somali politician and the first woman to run for President of Somalia during the 2016 elections.
Ricardo Karam hosts Princess Ghida Talal, Nora Jumblatt and Leila Iskandar in this episode of “Women on the Front Line” in Beirut.
Ramzi Haidamus is an American high-tech product engineer of Lebanese origins. He worked with Dolby Laboratories, a software and hardware company.
Ayad Nasser became an entrepreneur at a very young age, he is well known as a prominent Lebanese business man, investor, environmental activist and philanthropist and the founder of Loft Investments, a prominent development and investment company.
Avec mon amitié et mes remerciements pour une des rares interviews que j’ai pris plaisir à faire
En appréciation d’un dialogue (en 6 parties jusqu’à maintenant) fort et important et particulièrement constructif
Thank you for the wonderful moments, for the magical questions and may God bless you