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Sarajevo Calling is a podcast about Southeast European affairs, focusing in particular on the contemporary politics of the Western Balkans. Hosted by journalist Aleksandar Brezar and political scientist Jasmin Mujanović, and with graphics provided by Boris Stapić, Sarajevo Calling will post new episodes every two weeks.
 
The aim of this weekly podcast is to make economics easy, uncomplicated and accessible. With the world at a political, technological and financial tipping point, economics has never been so important to all of us and yet, it’s made inaccessible and complicated by so many. I’ve always thought what is complicated is rarely important and what is important is rarely complicated. That will be our motto. Every week we are going to tease out some big economic or political issue facing us, not just ...
 
Bookings at bob@batovrecords.com / www.djkobayashi.com DJ Kobayashi diggs for music around the world, you could say it’s his full time job! Anything that has a groove and the right melodies makes him pick the records for his vast collection. His style varies from Global Funk to World Beats and Middle-Eastern Grooves. However he is not foreign to electronic beats, “It starts to get really interesting when you get producers and DJs mixing old sounds with new beats”. He is also running a monthl ...
 
Booking | Info | Promo: kostyaoutta[at]gmail.com Kostya Outta is a Belarus-born artist with the unique view of house music, where melodies from space blend with grooves from the soul. His productions always sound pretty deep, but it's the kinda depth that will get you high. His releases receive regular support from world known artists and radio stations around the world. They are played by Maya Jane Coles, Above & Beyond, Guy J, Hernan Cattaneo, Armin van Buuren, Paco Osuna, Cid Inc, Darin E ...
 
The Europe Elects podcast is brought to you by the continent-leading polling aggregation, data analysis and election coverage organisation, Europe Elects. Every episode we get together with experts and our team to talk about the latest, breaking news, EU shifts, polling data and so much more. Find us daily on Twitter and Facebook @EuropeElects and on Instagram @Europe_Elects.
 
A podcast hosted by David and Tamara Pejčinović-Bailey, about Living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, interviewing interesting people and stories from this often misunderstood country. We would love to answer any questions you might have. We really hope that you'll subscribe and enjoy :) #livinginbosniaandherzegovina #anenglishmaninthebalkans #bosniaandherzegovina #bosniapodcast #podcast #bosnia
 
On the Eve appeared in 1860, two years before Fathers and Sons, Turgenev's most famous novel. It is set in the prior decade (by the end of the novel, the Crimean War (1853-56) has already broken out. It centers on the young Elena Nikolaevna Stakhov, daughter of Nikolai Arteyemvitch and Anna Vassilyevna Stahov. Misunderstood by both her parents (Nikolai Artemyevitch is at least as interested in his German mistress as in members of her family) she is on friendly terms with both the would-be pr ...
 
Every week, Trevor and Sascha, both lawyers and anarchists, get together to chat examine legal, political, historical, and social topics that don't normally get discussed on the Left because of more immediate crises. We discuss current events, like COVID-19 and the shambolic government response to the pandemic, as well as anti-authoritarian views of the law, imperialism, the histories of state socialism/capitalism, and more. We offer advice on getting involved with on-the-ground activism all ...
 
Undertow - A Podcast from Europa Terra Nostra -- a strong current flowing underwater in a different direction to the way the water on the surface is moving, especially one that flows away from the land at the same time as a wave hits the beach -- Where is Europe heading? What problems must the European nations overcome together? Nationalists discuss the common path for a Europe of fatherlands. www.etnostra.com
 
Women make up half of the world's population, and yet history books often consign them to the sidelines. They are dismissed as merely the wives of powerful men; babymakers and nothing more. Yet women have been the driving force behind history for millennia, from female Pharoahs, warrior princesses and pirates, to the revolutionaries who sought to topple the male-dominated political systems of their day. From host of the popular 'Queens of England Podcast', The Other Half tells the forgotten ...
 
The Response is a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how to build collective resilience in the wake of disasters The podcast is part of a broader series from Shareable which includes a documentary film, articles, and a book. Find out more at www.shareable.net/the-response
 
Even if you lived in Turkey or traveled to Turkey for vacation or business, I'm hoping this music will pleasantly surprise and entertain you. There is so much ethnic and social diversity in the world. Freedom, social justice and human rights aren’t enough to bring happiness to people. Every social or ethnic community has a need to love and be loved. What I say sounds like Bob Marley's ideas but it isn't all that different from the principles of Kemal Ataturk (founder of modern Turkey) or wor ...
 
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Welcome to the Rhythmtree. A festival world of music. Friday 20th, Saturday 21st, and Sunday 22nd of July 2012 Three Gates Farm Calbourne Isle of Wight PO30 4NA. The Rhythmtree combines a diverse repertoire of world influenced music and a small festival atmosphere for those who want to discover something very different in the UK festival scene. Not afraid to surprise and intrigue this small event has developed its own unique style which has already created a loyal following in only its third ...
 
This is HCD is the Number 1 human-centered design podcast on the internet! We aim to educate and empower about human-centered design. This podcast brings together thought-leaders from various disciplines such as service design, user experience, interaction design, and product management to discuss the craft, and to better understand what it means to work within a human-centric method.
 
Your life Your culture Your london Whatever culture or community you're from, be it Somalian, Jamaican, Irish or a bit of 'mixed salad' then get emailing us and you can be on the show! Send your three tracks to tracks@lifefm.org.uk and you'll be telling Brent and the World about your life, your culture, your London. We also play the bestest, most eclectomotic World music. Check out our guerilla interviews with famous world musicians, and tune in for our audioblog from India, recordings from ...
 
Free City Radio explores ideas at the intersection of social activism and the arts. A radio program featuring in-depth interviews on contemporary political currents in Québec, in Canada and around the world, highlighting creative voices involved in struggles for transformative social change. Free City Radio also features music, each broadcast includes inspired new sounds, selections crossing all musical genres. Stefan Christoff hosts Free City Radio on CKUT radio, broadcasting every Wednesda ...
 
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In the latest episode of Pod Bless Canada, MLI Senior Fellow Balkan Devlen is joined by Dimitrios Triantaphyllou, the Director of the Centre for International and European Studies. Devlen and Triantaphyllou discuss the tensions between Greece and Turkey which has been exacerbated by the global pandemic . Some are worried there may be a military con…
 
It’s been a monumental week - with the help of American policy analyst Pippa Malmgren - we look at what might be the unintended consequences of Boris Johnson’s action and why all eyes are on African American women for a second Trump term. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Ottomans are blindsided by the Christian states of the Balkans while still fighting a war against Italy, and the Great Powers don’t seem to care to much about maintaining the old balance of power. Bibliography The Young Turks: The Committee of Union and Progress in Turkish Politics, 1908-14, Feroz Ahmad The Emergence of Modern Turkey; Third Edi…
 
Check out this book here https://amzn.to/3jlpFQP Dmitar Tasic studies and teaches Balkan history. He’s recently published a book on his studies of the paramilitary groups that existed in Yugoslavia and surrounding regions during WWI and into the 1920s. We spoke about the subject and the book. (THE AUDIO PLAYER IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST.) 0:45- D…
 
This episode was brought to you by https://www.thisisdoing.com - learn new skills in Design & Innovation via live online classrooms with the worlds best trainers Today on the show, we have Aral Balkan - a cyber rights activist, who is on a mission to spread the word about ethical alternatives to surveillance capitalism. A system that the tech giant…
 
As Midhat Pasha takes over the newly formed Danube Vilayet intent on modernizing and transforming it into a model for the Empire, far off events disrupt his plans and throw much of Bulgaria into chaos. Meanwhile Romania faces disastrous reforms and political instability, a new Bulgarian revolutionary group is formed, and the debate over Bulgarian c…
 
This special episode is based on Marco Sholler's new book “This Unknown Land, how Geographers, Pharmacists, Novelists, Plant Hunters, War Correspondents, Engineers, Medical Men & Tourists Discovered & Experienced Nineteenth Century Bulgaria” and delves into how western Europeans experienced Bulgaria as visitors in the 19th century.You can buy the b…
 
As European nationalist organisations and initiatives grow into large networks, and as mutual co-operation between them extends in scope, so too does Europa Terra Nostra find itself alongside valuable allies and like-minded associations, such as Metavisions and the Warden Post. Representative of both projects, Alexander von Marstall, joins ETN Podc…
 
In this episode we discuss climate change in the context of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and the other pacific islands. Climate change impact on PNG and other pacific islands Climate change adaptations strategies for PNG and other pacific islands Climate change curriculum in schools and local capacity building Our guest Prof Chalapan Kaluwin is a profess…
 
Check out this book here https://amzn.to/2RFQQKa Rob Havers is a British military historian who currently serves as the president of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library. Todd DePastino was a professor of social and cultural history and helped to write the book Drawing Fire about Bill Mauldin’s life and cartoons. We spoke about Bill Mauldin, his …
 
This time it’s just Chris and Richie. They talk about fire survey during all the west coast fires in 2020, cast iron pans, and how out of shape Chris is! Links Roadster Adventures Happy Archaeology Fun Time Contact Chris Webster chris@archaeologypodcastnetwork.com Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Find this show on the educational podcast app,…
 
Enjoying This is HCD? Become a Premium subscriber and support us Welcome to a new episode of Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment. In this episode, Melanie speaks with Summer Howarth, a learning designer based in Australia. @edusum www.eventfullearning.co @melrayment / https://www.twitter.com/melrayment More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thi…
 
"We want writers to see us publishing work that might not be published elsewhere..." Jules Danskin and Heather Parry are the managing director and editorial director of Extra Teeth, a literary magazine that publishes great new writing from Scotland. They sent us copies of their first two issues recently and I was really impressed not just by the qu…
 
A number of small towns in Poland have been campaigning against what they call 'homosexual ideology'. Local authorities in the provinces have passed resolutions against perceived threats such as sex education and gay rights. LGBT activists complain that they are stoking homophobia and effectively declaring ‘gay-free zones’. Both sides argue that th…
 
Serbia's struggle for neutrality and sovereignty faces obstruction from Brussels and Washington, who wish to bring Serbia under the European Union and American spheres of political influence. Over the several few weeks, the Serbian people and the Serbian state itself were a focus for international politics, as the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vu…
 
This episode of Pod Bless Canada features a conversation between MLI’s communication officer Ai-Men Lau and Chemi Lhamo. Lhamo, an outspoken Tibetan activist and former president of the University of Toronto Scarborough student president, found herself in the middle of a political firestorm. But it wasn't the usual dirty politics that can accompany…
 
In this podcast: 1. Skarazula, 2. Daniel Estrem, 3. Eric Kamen, 4. Daniel Estrem, 5. Osamu Kitajima and Chris Mancinelli, 6. Bella Gaia, 7. Olexa Kabanov, 8. Chad Farran, 9. Francois Couture, 10. Lisa Lynne and George Tortorelli, 11. Ya Elah, 12. Luke Gartner-Brereton, 13. Jay Kishor, 14. Ruben van Rompaey, 15. Francois Couture, 16. Jasmine Brunch,…
 
Across the Red River Delta came the pounding of drums. The clans of Ancient Vietnam were being called to war - and the clamour came from two sisters, the eldest of which would fight a great empire in the cause of Vietnamese freedom. Support the show on Patreon Download the Lyceum app and join the conversation See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
In this episode, Gabriel Hedengren (@ghedengren) is joined by Europe Elects new Russia correspondent, Filip Rudnik (@RudnikFilip), and the Financial Times Moscow Bureau Chief, Henry Foy (@HneryJFoy), to fill us in on the elections in Russia, while Euan Healey (@euanspeaks) is joined by Europe Elects’ Deputy Editor, Mathew Nicolson (@SkeggiEyjar), i…
 
Check out this book here https://amzn.to/3iuUBy0 Thomas Penn is a medieval historian and the editorial director of Penguin UK. He wrote a very well-regarded biography of Henry VII and has [been involved with presenting] [medieval] written medieval history for years. He recently published a book on the York brothers of the House of York. We spoke ab…
 
Welcome to another episode of You Call This Archaeology?!?! Richie and Chris couldn’t get online and go live so they roped in Rachel, the other crew member, and sat down in front of Rachel and Chris’ RV to talk about archaeology, fieldwork, and of course, totally random things. Enjoy this episode from the windswept plains of northeastern Nevada! Li…
 
This year’s Indiecon festival took place in Hamburg from 5–6 September, bringing people together from all over Europe for a brilliantly defiant (but still socially distanced) celebration of print. This special episode of the podcast was recorded at Indiecon by Nina Prader from Lady Liberty Press, and features the people behind Alien magazine (Portu…
 
The Netherlands - small and overcrowded - is facing fundamental questions about how to use its land, following a historic court judgment forcing the state to take more urgent action to limit nitrogen emissions. Dutch nitrogen emissions - damaging the climate and biodiversity - are the highest in Europe per capita. And though traffic and building ar…
 
Two hour mix from Bluum every 2nd Tuesday of the month, 22:00 - 0:00 GMT on the Digitally Imported Progressive channel.Track list:1. Fur Coat, Running Pine - Hurricane feat. Running Pine (Tim Green Remix) [Renaissance Records]2. Matthias Meyer, Ryan Davis - Love Letters From Sicily [Watergate Records]3. 1979 - Berlin [fryhide]4. Howling - Bind (Ram…
 
Enjoy what we do at This is HCD? Support us and help us grow by becoming a Premium Listener (https://premium.thisishcd.com) In this episode, I speak with the Founder of How Might We, a Limerick-based design consultancy. We speak about how they are using Lego Serious Play to help enable bigger and more meaningful conversations for their clients. Sho…
 
Less than 2 months away from what will inevitably be a historic election we take a look at the American landscape - how we got there and what might happen depending on election results. We then move on to talk about Eurozone, and how the rising tensions between Germany and Italy could potential reshape the fundamentals of how the zone operates. See…
 
Adam Lawrence and Gerry Scullion speak facilitation and how Adam is adapting his facilitation skills in light of the global pandemic. We speak about the grid-edge of opportunity that Designers need to be made more aware of - and cover off the 3 key areas that Adam and Renatus focus on in their upcoming course, Facilitation Fundamentals for Co-Creat…
 
This week on Sarajevo Calling, the guys chat with Montenegrin political analysts Ljubomir Filipović about the country’s historic elections. What are the prospects for a heterodox coalition government between right wing nationalists and left wing reformers? What has been the role of outside actors like Serbia and Russia in the apparent defeat of the…
 
Check out this book here https://amzn.to/2R2Bu24 Phillip Meilinger has spent decades both in the military as an Air Force officer and teaching military history and issues in staff and war colleges. He’s written numerous essays on military history and he’s collected a number of his essays and reexamined them for this book. We spoke about the book an…
 
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