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Best Balkans podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Balkans podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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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.
 
Balkan Adventures is a podcast hosted by David and Tamara Pejčinović-Bailey. Talking to interesting people who have a connection to Bosnia and Herzegovina and the wider Western Balkan Region. We would love to answer any questions or observations you might have. We hope you'll join us :) #livinginbosniaandherzegovina #anenglishmaninthebalkans
 
Boiler Room, custom designed for media maniacs, savants, bar fly philosophers and otherwise lovable political animals. The show that straps itself to a rocket like Wiley Coyote and lights the fuse every Thursday night, ready to blast off into the media sphere with news, pop culture, music, movies, deep state politics, false flag research, pulling the threads on phony stories and propaganda where we find them. Science, tech, philosophy, social engineering, the degeneracy of the progressives, ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Overwatch, an Institute for the Study of War podcast, goes beyond the news headlines to give listeners analysis and commentary on issues related to U.S. national security and American foreign policy. The episodes feature discussions with experts and practitioners to explore what challenges and opportunities lie ahead for the U.S.
 
Welcome to the DJ NIKI4 PODCAST. Hailing from the east coast NJ, Dj Nikifor was born in Skopje in 1989 and was passionate about music since his young age . He began djing for close friends and house parties at the age of thirteen. He owned his first pair of turntables at the age of 16 and improved his mixing skills and developed his talent. His teen days were spent making spare money at any events he could DJ. In 2002 he moved to the USA/NJ after going to high school and meeting lots of new ...
 
Who hasn't dreamt of packing up and just leaving their daily lives behind for a while?A Newfoundland girl and her German partner have done just that! Sherrie McCarthy, an English language teacher from Newfoundland Canada, and Patrick Schweizer, an IT consultant from Sindelfingen, Germany, are doing just that. They are escaping their daily routines for three months by embarking on a motorcycle adventure with their two new best friends "Betty" and "Wilma" - two matching motorcycles. The advent ...
 
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 ...
 
Travel Around The World—Adventures with WorldRider Allan Karl & Special Guests Join Allan and his globetrotting guests as he travels the world alone on his motorcycle. Host of the upcoming television series "Border to Border" Allan films his show, and shares insight, meets fascinating people, and explores places all around the world. When not traveling Allan takes listeners around the world through the tales and experiences of other extraordinary world travelers, engaging in lively conversat ...
 
Stories from the Trans Pyrenees and Transcontinental Race. At the sharp end they are beautifully hard bicycle races, simple in design but complex in execution. Factors of self reliance, logistics, navigation and judgement burden racers’ minds as well as their physiques. The strongest excel and redefine what we think possible while many experienced riders target only a finish.
 
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 ...
 
Every DJ needs a voice… whilst you’re wrestling with Ableton in the studio or out spinning records in a darkened box; you need someone to be working behind the scenes on your behalf. And that’s what we do here at DJ Voice: we get your name, your tracks, your parties and your record label all over the internet. From hitting hundreds of forums with your news, to raising your social networking profiles with engaging content via improving your biographies and release PRs with our experienced jou ...
 
d.Construct is an affordable, one-day conference aimed at those building the latest generation of web-based applications. The event discusses how new technology is transforming the web from a document delivery system into an application platform.The music used in this podcast is Sychophantastic by Brighton band, Tailspin.
 
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 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
 
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 ...
 
son:DA belogs to that area of art characterised by linking of various technologies and media, as well as a new approach to the group work. son:DA is active in the fields of space installations, computer drawings, audio-video performances and different gallery project. Since 2000 son:DA has shown their work internationaly.Their solo exhibition were in Razstavnem salonu Rotovž Maribor, Kibla Maribor, Galeriji Meduza Koper, Likovnem salonu Celje, Galerij Kapelica Ljubljana, ARCO Madrid, Turner ...
 
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In this episode we talk to French historian Gwendal Piégais (https://twitter.com/gpiegais) about the often forgotten Macedonian Front and how the Allied operation there came to be. We also talk about the Russian Expeditionary Force which served in France and on the Balkans. Cover Art: Russian soldiers with a Hotchkiss machine gun in France.…
 
A small salt mining town, once known for the healing properties of a nearby mineral spa, its name is tied forever to one of the worst acts of violence in Europe since the Second World War. 25 years after the Srebrenica massacre, what does the future hold for a still-fractured region?GUESTSCharles Crawford Former British Diplomat Denis DzidicBalkan …
 
"It has this ambiguous position of being geographically inside but ideologically outside..." Nina Vukelić and Rafaela Kaćunić are the founders and editors of This is Badland, the magazine that presents “The other Balkan”. The question of Balkan identity has been central to the entire project right from the start, but this fourth issue is themed “Ar…
 
Does being a woman in the Western Balkans differ fundamentally from other developed countries? What is there to say about the position of women in the region, and how has this developed over time? In this episode, we invited Marjolein Koster, a freelance journalist who often reports on the region to talk about her views on these topics and her expe…
 
The Response, a podcast series from Shareable.net exploring how communities are building collective resilience in the wake of disasters with host Tom Llewellyn. In this episode, we’ll travel halfway across the world to the Western Balkans, where thousands of asylum seekers are being brutalized as they flee from places like Afghanistan, Syria, and N…
 
In this episode we discuss air pollution in Eastern Europe with a focus on the Balkan region. Which parts of Europe experience poor air quality? What are the physical and chemical characteristics of aerosols and why do scientists study them? What are the major sources of air pollution in the Balkan region? What is the public awareness like around a…
 
Alternate Current Radio Presents: BOILER ROOM - The real life radiologue of hosts HESHER & SPORE along with their merry and not-so-merry band of rebels, thought criminals and otherwise respectable media animals. The gang heeds the call to the Social Rejects Club round table for a meeting of the minds once again. On this episode HESHER & SPORE are j…
 
Today it's a bit of a look back episode, to an interview I did in 2016, when the Ferhadija Mosque in Banja Luka was re-opened after some 23 years.The Ferhadija Mosque in Banja Luka was originally commissioned by, Ferhat Pasha Sokolovic and built in 1579.It stood near the centre of Banja Luka until the night of 6–7 May 1993, some 27 years ago, when …
 
Episode Notes We recorded this episode before George Floyd was murdered by Derek Chauvin and his accomplices. So, some of the content aged instantly. With that being said, we think listeners may still be able to take something from our musings about the future we face in the rest of 2020. Finally, black lives matter. They fucking matter. Any system…
 
In this episode, we once again catch up with politics and elections from all around the slowly reopening but still coronavirus-ridden Europe. Gabriel Hedengren (@ghedengren) is joined by the Programme Director at the Centre for Contemporary Politics and Executive Editor at the European Western Balkans, Nikola Burazer (@NikolaBurazer), to talk about…
 
Six months on from the first signs of an outbreak in China, we talk to three experts who’ve spent that time trying to find chinks in COVID-19’s armour.Guests:Sian Griffiths Emeritus Professor of Public Health and Primary CareGisli JenkinsProfessor at National Institute for Health ResearchDr Ann Marie KimballSenior Consulting Fellow for the Centre o…
 
In this episode we jump back into politics and elections from all around the slowly reopening but still coronavirus-ridden Europe. Euan Healey (@euanspeaks) is joined by our correspondent from Poland, Michal Konarski (@mkonarski3), who fills us in about what happened in the first round of the presidential election in Poland and what to expect in th…
 
The global health crisis caused by COVID-19 has affected nearly every aspect of American society and government. The pandemic has forced changes to individual lifestyles as well as the highest levels of policymaking. In this episode of Overwatch, ISW National Security Fellow Jennifer Cafarella discusses the challenges, threats, and opportunities th…
 
This week we feature the brass bands of Costa Rica in the first of a two part series about the fascinating culture and long history of brass bands, called Cimarronas, and large puppet parades called Mascaradas. With the music of Cimarrona La Original - La Original Domingueña, Cimarrona Santo Domingo, Cimarrona Espiritu Tico, Banda Municipal Santa C…
 
A small salt mining town, once known for the healing properties of a nearby mineral spa, its name is tied forever to one of the worst acts of violence in Europe since the Second World War. 25 years after the Srebrenica massacre, what does the future hold for a still-fractured region?GUESTSCharles Crawford Former British Diplomat Denis DzidicBalkan …
 
Alternate Current Radio Presents: BOILER ROOM - With Hesher and Mark Anderson On this episode Mark brings both some good and some shockingly disturbing news out of Colorado and Texas, respectively. In Colorado the Governor is being held to account for his use of state funds to attend the infamous Bilderberg meeting. Then out of Texas Mark has uncov…
 
The police have let us down, so take some - but not all - of their money away and spend it better elsewhere. That’s the argument from those who want to “Defund” forces - and it’s an argument that’s growing louder.Andre M PerryFellow at Brookings InstitutionAkiliBlack Lives Matter OrganiserErroll SouthersProfessor of National and Homeland SecurityRo…
 
There are a lot of people out there right now saying “Support Black Business.” But let’s ask this question today - is black business just for black people, run only by black people and giving back only to black people? What actually is Black Business? Guests: Lydia Amoah Author of the Black Pound ReportRamon RayEntrepreneur Dania Francis Assistant …
 
As the Crimean War draws to a close, nothing much is changing and yet everything is changing. The war has helped bring even more European influence to Bulgaria, manifesting itself in everything from clothes and music to revolutionary ideas. This episode explores the political, legal, and cultural changes which are rapidly remaking Bulgaria as indep…
 
Get Haig's Enemy Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western Front on Amazon: https://realtimehistory.net/haig * *This is an affiliate link that directs you to Amazon US, UK, CA, DE or NL and purchasing the book via this link directly supports The Great War. Dr. Jonathan Boff is a Senior Lecturer in History and War Studies at the Univer…
 
In this episode we discuss air pollution in Colombian cities in the context of public transit. What is the state of air pollution science in Colombia? What are the major fixed and mobile sources of air pollution Colombian cities? How have air pollution scientists in Colombia use models to inform policymakers? How have citizens and scientists used a…
 
Meet Jerry D’Alessandro, Television Producer, Showrunner, Travel Addict and One Time Rock n’ Roll Star This podcast originated as the fifth episode of the Journeys Webcast and Livestreamed from Merida Mexico on May 11, 2020. We've edited this audio Podcast to remove audio from video segments, slide shows, and other areas where visuals are tied to t…
 
Episode Notes After the Crest, part II -- A Zine on the problems and opportunities of autonomous zones, specifically of the Oakland Commune. Chicago Police Complaints -- An example of the failure of administrative police complaint systems. Pierson v. Ray, 386 US 547 (1967). -- Police are granted qualified immunity for the first time. Harlow v. Fitz…
 
"We wear all the hats..." Feeeels is one of the most impressive new magazine launches I've seen so far this year. Made by a core team of four graphic designers who met on the graduate programme at Rhode Island School of Design, each issue is themed around a different tactile adjective, with contributors using the touchy, feely, human messiness of r…
 
Do constant reminders of terrible things that have happened prevent them from happening again? If so, why tear down statues linked to slavery. GUESTSLaurence WestgaphHistorian Natalie Zacek​Senior Lecturer at the University of ManchesterLord Clive SoleyLabour Party Politician Roundtable is a discussion programme with an edge. Broadcast out of Londo…
 
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