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Learn Indonesian with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at IndonesianPod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
In the Talking Indonesia podcast, Dr Dave McRae, Dr Jemma Purdey, Dr Charlotte Setijadi and Dr Annisa Beta present an extended interview each fortnight with experts on Indonesian politics, foreign policy, culture, language and more. Find all the Talking Indonesia podcasts and more at the Indonesia at Melbourne blog.
 
Do you ever wonder how Australian alumni have gone on to achieve success after studying in Australia? Now you have the chance to find out as our alumni share unique stories about their experiences, knowledge and networks gained while in Australia that have helped them most in their journeys and key intersections of opportunity and alumni connections that have propelled them to where they are today. We have some talented alumni guest hosts lining up for exclusive interviews with our guests. L ...
 
From the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, the Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast features interviews and conversations with scholars and researchers working in and around Southeast Asia, all of whom have been invited to give a Gatty Lecture at Cornell University. Conversations cover the history, politics, economics, literature, art, and cultures of the region. Interviews are hosted by graduate students at Cornell University, and podcast topics cover the many nations and peoples of Sou ...
 
Far East Travels-Inspired by Rick Steves, Lonely Planet, Anthony Bourdain and National Geographic.-Informative, enlightening, entertaining. Let John Saboe take you on journeys filled with spiritual celebrations and rituals, ancient festivals thrilling wildlife safaris, trekking and climbing quests and a vast array of food cultures. Learn about cultural differences, village life, urban exploration, street food, history and architecture in places like Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, India, Kor ...
 
Girl Interrupter is a comedy podcast that launched its first episode in August 2020. Since its premier, the show has been featured on Apple Podcast's Top 250 (in Comedy and/or Comedy Interviews) in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Norway, Panama and China! Shayna Amster (Host, Producer, Marketer, Animator, Recruiter, etc.) started the project as a creative outlet and has elevated her craft into a full-blown obsession. The Goal: to r ...
 
Video podcast from my travels in Java, Indonesia, as I set out on a year of language study at UMM (Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang) - courtesy of Darmasiswa scholarship program 2010-11. Join me as I bring both the hum-drum of my daily life in Jawa Timur (east Java), as well as my cultural observations and experiences, to your iTunes/iPod/iPhone screen!
 
DWPodcast is rebranding to DWProject. I'm currently learning to become a DJ, will upload my mixes regularly whenever I feel like it. This podcast is mainly for learning purposes, as of now. I would appreciate it immensely if you send your CRITIQUE to my Instagram DW @roflpaladin. Please please please critique my work, I'll give you a shoutout!
 
There is no doubt that Indonesia, with over 17,000 islands stretched across a vast archipelago, is a complex country. And not far away is Australia, a large continent equally rich in natural resources. But they say there are no two neighbours in the world as different as Australia and Indonesia and we’d like to help bridge the gap. Join international affairs enthusiasts Nurina Savitri and Samantha Yap to chat about a diverse range of topics that shape the politics, culture and society in Aus ...
 
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In late March, Indonesia faced two terror attacks in the space of a week, with a husband and wife conducting a suicide bombing against a cathedral in Makassar, and a woman attacking Indonesian police headquarters carrying an Airsoft gun. Indonesian police described the perpetrators of both attacks as supporters of the Islamic State or ISIS – the gr…
 
We interview Eurasia Group’s Peter Mumford to examine the web of linkages that might – or might not – affect outcomes in Myanmar. Also discussed: a look at The Quad from Indonesia’s standpoint. And Jeff and Kevin discuss Moeldoko’s failed gambit to take over Yudhoyono’s Partai Demokrat, another tragic church bombing, and Pertamina’s safety record. …
 
In the first episode of Season 6 of the Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast, Michael sits down with Professor Cherry Quizon to discuss her recent Gatty Lecture, "Beyond Bloody Reds: Notes on the Significance of Morinda in the Bagobo Textile Hierarchy." Michael and Professor Quizon discuss her work in textiles in the Philippines, her current projects, rese…
 
Join us next week for the second episode of OzAlum Pilot Podcast, featuring internationally acclaimed comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ruf. From normalising women issue talks to Australia’s political satire scene, Sakdiyah talks with guest host alumna Desy Bachir about gender equality, comedy and her parenting style in life. How has she kept progressing and ma…
 
Every two years the Peak District hosts ‘Hillhead’ in a disused quarry. It is the largest event for the Quarrying, Construction and Recycling industries. It is known both for its lively equipment demonstrations and unpredictable weather. This year the coronavirus forced the event online, and the new format forced the organisers to reconsider the fo…
 
Check out my YouTube animations! Facebook // Instagram // Twitter // More Stuff Guest: Ryan Cunningham Listen to his podcast Music: IamWheeel - Wallace And Gromit JORF - Pinky and the Brain (DUBSTEP REMIX) This weeks episode is dedicated to my listeners in Canada... because it's dumb. I couldn't help but notice, my dumbest episodes have a tendency …
 
It appears that Thailand is gearing up to open up to international tourists by July 1st. This will allow foreigners that have been inoculated with a COVID19 vaccine to enter Thailand through Phuket without having to quarantine. More on this as well as news from Taiwan, and Bali. Support the podcast by becoming a patron:https://www.patreon.com/FarEa…
 
In 2019, Malaysia’s parliament agreed to lower the voting age from 21 to 18, a move that was supposed to be implemented by July this year. However, a few days ago, it was announced that this will be delayed and pushed to September 2022 instead. This led to speculation about an impending general election, which many think will be called once Malaysi…
 
While the rest of the world still struggles with a deadly pandemic, Beijing has suppressed the spread of COVID-19 and is executing an exit plan to make the most of its opportunities in a changing world, where "the east is rising while the west is declining". A live recording of the Asia Rising podcast. Guest: Chris Buckley (Chief China corresponden…
 
Along the west coast of Scotland lies a chain of island communities where fishing and farming have been a way of life for thousands of years. In securing the future of these islands through providing reliable electricity, engineers and archaeologists are looking to the past to ensure that the rich history is not lost. Replacing substations and cabl…
 
Subscribe to my YouTube and follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. And, if you’re an over achiever, write me a review on Apple Podcasts. After you've done all that, feel free to send me money. Thank you in advance! The letter below is to one of my reviewers, Chrissssssss with too many s's. DEAR CHRISSSSSSSSSS, It was brought to my attention…
 
Here's a phrase I want you to remember: sabai di, pronounced "sa-bye dee." In the Thai and Lao languages it means "feel good." Just as Swahili speakers may say "hakuna matata" (no worries) when they are in a good mood, so the phrase sabai di summarizes the general mood in Laos. In fact, an old article from Time Magazine used the phrase to call Laos…
 
This is the third and final episode of our three-part special looking at the delivery of megaprojects. In this episode we examine the lessons learned from two of the most iconic tunnelling projects of recent times: London’s Crossrail and New York’s East Side Access. Crossrail was the largest infrastructure project in Europe. Weaving in and out of t…
 
For the 100th episode of Engineering Matters we bring you this three-part special looking at the delivery of a megaproject. In this second episode, we look at how a client can assess the scale of the task of delivering an impossibly complex scheme, such as a megaproject and supplement gaps in its skillset with industry support. How projects are bro…
 
Megaprojects are among the most complex and challenging of society’s undertakings. Each is grand is scope and due to the scale, none are ever built twice. Although they leverage the resources and political will of a nation, most encounter cost and schedule overruns, damaging reputations and souring public support. For the 100th episode of Engineeri…
 
Javad is a civil engineer in charge of a large construction project - to build an extension to an old hospital in one of Tehran’s most impoverished areas.As the coronavirus pandemic surges through Iran, death tolls soar and hospitals start to run out of capacity. To accommodate the growing number of COVID-19 patients, Javad is given the almost impo…
 
In this episode of #OzAlum Pilot Podcast, we shine the spotlight on Dr Adrianus Hendrawan, a PhD graduate in Economics from the Australian National University, Canberra. Our guest host alumna, Desy Bachir, asks Adrianus about some key factors that he thinks play a crucial role in shaping him as a PhD graduate, an expert in Public Finance Management…
 
Today the world holds 33 megacities, cities that are home to over 10 million people. As these sprawling urban centres become more crowded than ever before infrastructure is under pressure to do more, last longer and respond faster. In this episode we find out why it is so important to understand exactly what is in the ground beneath our feet and ho…
 
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