When Family Lunch Looks Like A UN Summit

Cam and Ali open the bathroom doors to the delightful Sirine Demachkie and Mark Kari. They talk about their many chance meetings, the rich culture of their multicultural family, and Sirine's passion for her mother tongue.


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Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo

Guests: Sirine Demachkie and Mark Kari

Managing Producer: Elle Beattie

Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball

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