Nov. 4, 2019: Visiting Syrian On Free Media; Local Director Gets His ‘Knives Out’

November 4, 2019
Photo courtesy of MAP - Media and Arts for Peace Social Enterprise
Honey Al-Sayed hosted the popular radio show "Good Morning Syria" in Damascus for six years until she was forced into exile in 2012.

She's been called "The Oprah of Syria," but radio host Honey Al Sayid had to flee. Now she's in Colorado, lecturing at DU. Then, the ethics of online ads, and a company that says it's committed to ethical advertising. And, growing up in Denver, Rian Johnson made movies with a clunky video camera -- now he's directing Star Wars and a new whodunit, Knives Out.