Serial for Dinner

Friday, October 21, 2005

Transcript

This month, millions of Muslims are following their break-the-fast meals with an evening in front of the TV, watching one of the dozens of mini-series broadcast throughout the Arab world for Ramadan. In recent years, the series have chased after viewers by taking on current events and historical allegory. Bob talks to political science professor As'ad Abu-Khalil about Ramadan's postprandial must-see TV.

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