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Best Montenegro podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Montenegro 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.
 
Spot Motions of a Journey Sweet Travels is dedicated to the phenomenon of travelling. It's about being on the road, about tourism and journeys. In 2018 and 2019, we – Mischa & Simone – had the opportunity to visit some countries. On our trip we didn't want to have too many plans. We wanted to be driven by our curiosity and our intuition. But one goal was to find interesting topics for being presented on radio. We got in touch with interesting people, who told us their opinion about political ...
 
Target Zero Hunger is a podcast that delves into the core issues of the UN Sustainable Develop Goals (SDGs). From eradicating poverty and hunger, to mitigating and adapting to climate change, rethinking food and agriculture production is critical to feeding a growing population and achieving these goals.
 
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
 
official SWITCH2SMILE soundcloud I would like to introduce you an upcoming Electronic music project named Switch2Smile. Switch2smile (I-one dj) is very talented and passion driven DJs and producers from Europe (Slovakia). He started out as a professional dancer as he was also born with a feel for rhythm. When he was 15 he started his first electronic music experiments where he has encountered a magic unlike in any other genre. The clubbing experiences came in 2002 and from this moment on he ...
 
The Drone Radio Show is a weekly show about drones and the people who use them for business, fun and research. Our guests share how they’re using drones to make a positive impact, build a business, lessons they’ve learned and insights that you can use to take YOUR interest in drones to the next level.
 
Come under the influence of the DESIGNATED DRINKER SHOW™, a weekly podcast that's raising the bar on craft cocktails. On each episode, host Louise Salas invites a different Designated Drinker to infuse their unique perspective and story into the conversation, while resident barkeep Gina Chersevani distills this distinctive flavor profile into a custom cocktail.
 
Join hosts Dante and David as they talk about various issues that happen in our world. There's some philosophical talk, but it's very remedial. There will also be guests on the show to talk about things that people don't usually talk about in a public setting.
 
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Get the featured cocktail recipe: My Cup Runneth Over If you look up bon vivant in the dictionary, you will simply find a photo of this Sultan of Swoon. Tad is definitely a man about town and has a true passion for ‘the good life.’ Before taking on his current role as the Ambassador to the Americas for Amaro Montenegro, he was a founding partner of…
 
Times of Malta journalist Jacob Borg explains how he worked with Reuters to expose a 2015 deal linking Malta's energy provider Enemalta to the man accused of masterminding the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Borg was speaking before former minister Konrad Mizzi was kicked out of the Labour Party and economic crimes unit chief Ian Abdilla was repl…
 
Can Drones Help to Restore Consumer Confidence in this Time Of the Coronavirus? For that question, we head to Fargo, North Dakota and speak with Anthony Molzahn, CEO and co-founder of Project Phoenix. Project Phoenix is software company and developer of AegisFlow, an online marketplace for drone pilots to upload, stream, share and sell photos, vide…
 
The number of hungry people worldwide continues to rise, according to the latest report on the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World. The joint report by UN agencies gauges whether the Sustainable Development Goal of Zero Hunger remains achievable. To learn more we’re joined by FAO’s Assistant Director General and Chief Economist Maximo…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: My Daiquiri Is Too Jellylicioius Of course, family business comes with complications but for Valerie, it’s a true blessing. Her professional life is fully entwined with her family life, and she couldn’t be happier. She focused her marketing smarts to strengthen the Nalls Produce brand, innovate their communications…
 
All across the world, protest movements are tearing down monuments and statues which represent more divisive moments in different countries' histories. Is there a case for Malta to do something similar? On this episode, historians Charles Xuereb and Simon Cusens debate whether some of Malta’s colonial monuments should be removed or relocated. In pa…
 
What do Entrepreneurs in the Drone Industry Need to Know? If you’re a regular listener to the podcast, then you know that oftentimes I ask my guests for their advice on starting and growing a drone based business. I’ve compiled the audio clips from several of my interviews into single stream of consciousness, where you can benefit from the advice i…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: The Squeeze Yes, Gardner is a master at shucking and serving up the best oysters, which is enough to fall in love with, but his openness and welcoming soul is what really gets you. So, if you want more Gardner—and who doesn’t—check out his podcast, Oyster Ninja or learn some shucking tips from this sensei of the bi…
 
Malta International Airport reopened its doors to commercial airlines on July 1, after more than three months of coronavirus-imposed shutdown. We speak to some of the first tourists to visit Malta in the summer of 2020. In part two of this episode, we ask epidemiologist Neville Calleja what Malta has done right during the pandemic and get his take …
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, OutRight's Arabic Media Coordinator Nazeeha Saeed speaks with Tarek Zaidan, the Executive Director of Helem, the first queer Lebanese organization recognized in the MENA region. Tarek walks listeners through the lessons Helem has learned from COVID-19 and the Lebanon revolution in terms of how they organize, what the…
 
Where do you go when you need hardware solutions for your UAVs? Bob Schmidt is the Founder and President of UAV Propulsion Tech, an unmanned aerial vehicle hardware solution provider of nearly everything having to with UAVs. The company markets global UAV technology to the defense and commercial UAV markets. These include commercial off the shelf (…
 
Sweet Travels with another edition from our journey to Indonesia in July 2019. Today, we’d like to talk about waste management, with the example of the organization Trash Hero in Indonesia. When travelling, a lot of questions came to our mind: Is ecological and sustainable travel possible? Considering the use of airplanes, rented motorbikes and car…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, UN Program Officer Sahar Moazami speaks to queer feminist activist Ritu Borah in Delhi. They discuss the intersections of the queer and feminist movements and how gender-based violence plagues them both. They talk about what advocacy looks like during a pandemic (think: queer zoom backgrounds) and the importance of o…
 
Is it possible to deliver packages with drones under current Part 107 rules? Today’s two guests say they already have. Both are from DroneUp, a drone services company that provides end-to-end aerial data solutions by matching a organization’s data collection and delivery needs with the right hardware, software, training, pilots, and program integra…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: A Hinny Lauren may not have originally set out to create her inspirational clothing line, T-Aware Apparel but sometimes life sends us on a journey we would have never imagine for ourselves. Although, Lauren does not describe herself as very outspoken, she definitely found a creative way for her voice to be heard an…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, human rights lawyer Mostafa Fouad speaks with Nazeeha Saeed about the life and legacy of LGBTIQ activist Sarah Hegazi, just days after she took her own life in Canada, where she was seeking asylum. Mostafa discusses the violence and hate that Sarah received in the three years since her arrest, the ways in which her i…
 
Former police commissioner Lawrence Cutajar is now the subject of a criminal investigation over suspicions he may have tipped off a middleman in the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Hours before that probe began, he sat down with Times of Malta for an exclusive interview. Ivan Martin provides insight into the latest developments in a case that kee…
 
How do you make drone data actionable? Jono Millin is co-founder and CCO of DroneDeploy, a cloud-based software company that specializes in building solutions for mapping business assets with drones. DroneDeploy powers tens of thousands of commercial drone operators from 160 countries to make automated, high-resolution 2D maps and 3D models . At Dr…
 
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, whe…
 
In this intensely personal episode Senior Development Manager Chandler Bazemore opens up to Executive Director Jessica Stern about growing up as a Black man in Virginia - the capital of the confederacy, about the four key conversations parents have with Black kids as they grow up maneuvering racial inequality in the US, and his hopes and fears abou…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: The Cantaloupe Tales Kathy Hollinger is the President & CEO of the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington, which represents over 1,000 restaurants and the food service industry in the DC area. And Francine Cohen is the Editor in Chief and Business Strategist of Inside F&B, which offers targeted editorial…
 
Learn Drone Racing Via The Internet Marque Cornblatt is the Founder and CEO of the Aerial Sports League, a worldwide leader in drone sports, entertainment and media. Since 2015, the Aerial Sports League has has hosted over 1,000,000 spectators at live events, has earned over 8.5 million video views and over 50,000 social media followers. The League…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Ain’t No Sunshine, When She’s Gone Poet is an influential multi-media personality, yes. But she is so much more. When she walks into a room, her energy fills the space and her lust for life is intoxicating. She is definitely someone who betters the world and the people she’s around. So, if she calls you friend, you…
 
Chris Cardona's name has swirled around the Daphne Caruana Galizia murder case in the past. But this week, the former minister was thrown right into the thick of things. Times of Malta's Ivan Martin walks us through the latest developments in the case of the century. Plus, teenager Leon Bartolo talks about the strains of being a student in Malta, a…
 
What’s the market for long-distance drone delivery service? Daniel Buchmueller is CTO of Volansi. Volansi builds and operates long-range, high-payload unmanned aerial systems for various applications, helping their customers save millions of dollars on down-time costs. The company operates two remote piloted drones capable of delivering payloads up…
 
Aleksandar and Jasmin discuss: Sarajevo - the place, the myth, the spite, and the spirit. An intimate, personal dialogue on what Sarajevo means to the guys, its "parallel universes", and the city as "philosophical absolute". Sarajevo Calling is a podcast about Southeast European affairs, focusing in particular on the contemporary politics of the We…
 
Kris Moon is incredibly talented and now as the COO of JBF, he is focusing all his efforts on Open For Good, their campaign to “help independent restaurants survive this crisis, rebuild better, and thrive for the long term.” The program provides critical resources to help independent restaurants build the capacity to come back stronger, more equita…
 
How will Malta fare economically once the pandemic blows over? Economist and financial adviser JP Fabri gives his prediction on how the country will weather the fallout from COVID-19. We also speak to national long jump record-holder Claire Azzopardi about the mental challenges she faced when training during lockdown. Find out more at https://times…
 
Is there a better way for Enterprise Companies to manage large drone fleets? Today’s guests believe there is. Lorenz Meier and Kevin Sartori are Co-Founders of Auterion, an enterprise drone software platform. Auterion’s goal is to be the drone software platform of choice for enterprises and drone manufacturers, while accelerating the industry by dr…
 
In this episode OutRight's Nazeeha Saeed speaks to Emmy nominated journalist Ahmed Shihab-Eldin about why he ended up in Kuwait, about enjoying time at home, exploring new ways of telling stories, and losing oneself in music.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the experiences, feelings, challenges, and anxieties, as well as hopes, tha…
 
In this episode of OutRight TV, Executive Director Jessica Stern talks to Carlos Quesada, Founder and Executive Director of the International Institute on Race Equality and Human Rights. Together they talk about being black, transgender, and a woman in Latin America. They discuss where those individuals fit into public policy, social isolation, and…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Preserving the Negroni ******************* Domenica grew up in an Italian family and spent much of her childhood summers romping about Italy, learning the culture and her family’s cooking traditions. These experiences are the foundation and inspiration behind her approach to cooking and are easily found on the pag…
 
We speak to Angie Farrugia, who cannot fly to India to pick up her newly-adopted daughter because airports are shut due to COVID-19. Angie is one of a growing number of Maltese choosing to adopt a child. Shirley Mifsud from one of Malta's three private adoption agencies tells us why it's becoming more popular. Plus, Times of Malta reporter Claire C…
 
Fighting Sea Level Rise With Drones Dania Montenegro is the Project Coordinator for Flying Labs of Latin America, based in Panama. The goal of Flying Labs is to accelerate the positive impact of local aid, health, development and environmental solutions locally. Flying Labs expand local markets by creating new jobs and businesses that offer robotic…
 
In this episode, Caribbean Researcher Kennedy Carrillo speaks with South African friend and colleague, Liesl Theron about how a South African ends up settling in Mexico City, the founding of the first trans rights organization in South Africa "Gender DynamiX", and life in lockdown in Mexico.OutRight TV features informal conversations about the expe…
 
********EPI NOTES******** From his home kitchen, Bryan joins Louise & Gina to have a few shots, make few cocktails and share how he’s managing as a restaurateur though the COVID shut down. Of course, they still find tons of reasons to laugh as he shares his story of becoming a celebrity chef, growing up in Fredrick, Maryland—where he still lives to…
 
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