Doha Heat
Doha Heat is a weekly, communal podcast created for every type of individual who currently calls Qatar home, has in the past, or may one day.

Today's episode features Paula Manzanera, who has spent a majority of her life living and working in the Middle East. She recounts her experiences spending holidays in Saudi Arabia as a child, trying to live a normal life in war-torn Lebanon, and finding a new start in Qatar.

Direct download: Episode_64_-_Paula_Manzanera_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 5:13pm MSK

Took a trip over to Northwestern University to chat with Mohana Rajakumar, who opens up about her academic and writing careers. We touch upon how one defines themselves as an individual and sustains their life passions, even in the face of critique or uncertainty.

Direct download: Episode_63_-_Mohana_Rajakumar_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

I Love Qatar's Kev Waller and I are back for another preview of this week's best events from around Doha. We've got art classes, a breast cancer awareness event, and lots of other happenings featured in this episode.

Direct download: Episode_62_-_Weekly_Events_Update_9.28_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 4:19pm MSK

This week's episode with our friends, The Edge: Qatar's Business Magazine, features visiting labor economist and managing director, David Jones from The Talent Enterprise. David delves into his recent article in the magazine titled "Is the Future Female?: Examining the rise of Qatari women in the workplace."

Direct download: Episode_61_-_The_Edge_Weekly_Business_News_9.25_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

Hope you all are having a wonderful week! Today's episode focuses on some people who are near and dear to my heart: the Ginger Camel team. We discuss their personal journeys in the media production field and their upcoming trip to the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards ceremony.

Direct download: Episode_60_-_The_Ginger_Camel_Team_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 4:08pm MSK

Doha Heat is happy to announce a new partnership with Martina Mullins, who is the country manager for Country Connections, a relocation services provider. Over the coming weeks we'll be providing short, yet hopefully informative answers to your questions pertaining to settling into Doha life and making it your new home.

Direct download: Episode_59_-_Introducing_Relocation_Services_FAQs_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 3:31pm MSK

Good morning, Doha and fans abroad! The weather might be cooling off finally, but the events' scene is heating up. This week Kev and us discuss a variety of networking opportunities, a trip to a Qatari farm, and Disney on Ice, among other things.

Direct download: Episode_58_-_Weekly_Events_Update_9.21_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 10:35am MSK

We sit down with The Edge's digital editor, Shehan Mashood, to talk about innovations positively impacting Doha. Our conversation details Apple's launch of its new iPhones and iOS technologies, as well as Qatar Business Incubation Centre's opening event and Hamad International Airport's new eGate system.

Direct download: Episode_57_-_The_Edge_Weekly_Business_News_9.18_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

French expat Marie Dumond from Stratagem relates to our audience her experiences growing up abroad and the unique opportunities presented by doing market research in Qatar.

Direct download: Episode_56_-_Marie_Dumond_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 4:28pm MSK

Got an entrepreneurial dream you wish to pursue but have been a little unsure where to go? Listen in today for our chat with Yasmeen Hassan, entrepreneurship manager at the Bedaya Center located in Katara Cultural Village.

Direct download: Episode_55_-_Yasmeen_Hassan_2_mixdown.mp3
Category:Society & Culture -- posted at: 6:30am MSK