An American journalist in search of his family roots provides an intimate look behind the scenes in Iran. In part 2 of a five-part series, Steve Zind finds city life to be a pastiche of old and new. We hear the call to prayer, the carpetsellers in the bazaar and the chaotic traffic on the streets... and the sidewalks. This series is appropriate to air daily during an NPR news magazine (Morning Edition or All Things Considered); each part runs approx. 5 minutes and requires local host to read a live Intro and Outro. The series oringially ran on Vermont Public Radio as a daily feature July 19-23, 2004.