In this episode of The Anglo-Arab Voice, Nour Ghanem interviews Razan Al-Sous, founder of Yorkshire Dama Cheese.
Razan came with her family from Syria to the United Kingdom in 2012. Despite her degree in pharmacy, she could not find a job in the U.K., and she was worried about her children’s future. However, despite many obstacles, Razan did not give up and decided to start manufacturing halloumi, a popular Syrian cheese, using British milk. She named her business Yorkshire Dama Cheese.
Presenter: Nour Ghanem
Voiceover by Mo Ayoub
Produced by Camilla Byk Podium.me and Petra Ayar Jahchan Al-Fanar Media.
The publication of this podcast series was supported by a grant from the NewsSpectrum Fellowship programme.
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Al Fanar Media teamed up with Podium.me to bring you a series of podcasts delving into the world of what it means to be a British-Arab living in the UK. Our team of student journalists who live and study in the UK interviewed a variety of personalities; from a cardiologist to a classical music duo, they questioned their guests about their work, their life as an Arab and how they can influence the next generation of Arab diaspora. Listening to this podcast series will take you into the heart of what the Arab culture and heritage can do personally and professionally to enhance everyday life in Britain.