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Best Yugoslavia podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Yugoslavia 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.
 
In football, or soccer, there are rules for a ball out of play. That’s exactly where we’re taking you in this podcast series. Because every four years during the World Cup, it’s more than a simple story of goals scored and athletic displays. Sometimes, the really interesting part starts after the final whistle. We crossed the world to talk with journalists and passionate fans to bring you some of these stories that all have one thing in common: the World Cup. In the stories you’ll hear, some ...
 
Kosovo is a small country in Southeastern Europe which was part of the former Yugoslavia. In the late 1990s Kosovo suffered a war between Serbian forces and rebel Albanian fighters who wanted an independent state. Since then the country has been rebuilding itself. This podcast investigates the current political climate in Kosovo in regards to women’s positions in politics and everyday life. The gender quota system in the government and its implementation are explored, as well as other aspect ...
 
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
 
MARKO BATISTA is Ljubljana based mixed-media artist born in 1976 in Tito's Yugoslavia. At the end of the year 1997 he is accepted to ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS in Ljubljana under the guidance of professor BOJAN GORENEC. The result of collaboration with professor Borut Vogelnik, Bojan Gorenec, Joze Barsi, Sreco Dragan and artists Vasja Lebaric, Andrej Kamnik was a participation at the LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA 50th International Art Exhibition: VV2 in June 2003. Texts, discussions and photo documentat ...
 
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It's the quarter finals of Italia 90! We kick off with Argentina v Yugoslavia in which is our first Ireland-less peno shoot out of the tournament but will we see Diego or Maradonna? Ireland buoyed by an audience with the Pope and some garish 90's tracksuits go to Rome to take on Italy. There's analysis of THAT Bonner save, the reason why Sheedy is …
 
It's the Italia 90 final and it's a beautiful disgrace of a game. Holders Argentina having looked down and out many times in this tournament arrive riddled by suspensions with West Germany hungry for revenge after the World Cup 86 final defeat. We're treated to some top class spoiling tactics, Motty going potty as the Argentinians assault the refer…
 
Is there any point in this game or this podcast? The panel debate the legitimacy of third place playoffs, whether these two teams were the 3rd & 4th best in the tournament and what legacy this tournament left for the hosts. Despite some changes to the line ups this game still means quite a lot particularly to Shillaci and Linekar still chasing the …
 
Well our 2nd to last game in the Queensland hub done and dusted, there seems to be more dust in the air than ever before. Damon, Elodie, Cream & Peter are all on board tonight with a YUGE episode including: 🎙 A deep-dive analysis on our R5 game v the Dockers 🎙 All the R5 Around The Grounds 🎙 Our R6 predictions including our BIG game against the Eag…
 
A fascinating semi final here with two sides as eager for revenge on Argentina and Maradona as they are to get to the final. A tactically shaky England face questions are needing to change the system to see off Cameroon while a nervous Franz Beckenbaur admits West Germany are relieved to see the familiar (predictable?) English instead of the Africa…
 
We're into the semi finals! Diego Maradonna is playing mind games and calling on his Napoli brethren to turn their back on the homeland. This has minimal effect in terms of Italian defectors Wit does cause quite the stir. So too does Vicini reverting to type and dropping Baggio once again. Plus Big Jack's gone 'a' fishin, Bobby's too busy represent…
 
Today we find out who will join Argentina & Italy in the semi finals. Rudi Voller returns with a saliva-free perm for the Germans to take on a somewhat header-obsessed Czechoslovakia side. And in an all time Italia 90 classic, England with reckless abandon of their defensive game have binned Steve McMahon for Platty which should mean plenty of open…
 
Elodie, Cream & Peter are all on board tonight with a YUGE episode including: 🎙 A deep-dive analysis on our R4 game v the Lions 🎙 All the R4 Around The Grounds 🎙 Our Round 5 predictions including our BIG game against the Dockers 🎙 Questions and comments from the listeners 🎙 Golden Toot Of The Week nominee 🎙 Race To The Bottom Don't forget to tune i…
 
It's the final games in the round of the last sixteen! Spain captain Emilio Butragueno is being outshone by his nickname-less teammates as they come up against Yugoslvia who are looking to Dragan Stojkovic for inspiration in a game of phenomenal goals and contagious offside appeals. England march on without captain Bryan Robson and without many goa…
 
Let's face it, it doesn't get more fun than day seventeen of Italia 90. Do we need to say anything more than "You are Alf, Bill"? In the sweltering heat in Genoa, Ireland's pressing game is well and truly tested against the "brainless" Hagi and Romania. There's Aldo's first World Cup meltdown, O'Leary's redemption and Big Jack has three days to org…
 
This may well be the most controversial day in World Cup history. Our panel wades through the drugging and the spitting in two massive knockout games on day sixteen of Italia 90. It's the Superclasicas De Las Americas on the World Cup stage. Argentina are just about surviving while filling Mardaonna with any injections to get him through games. Blu…
 
After sitting uneasy through the first rest day yesterday we're into the exciting knockout stages with two of the big underdogs of the tournament in action. Having stunned the world in the group stages, Cameroon are in uncharted waters. They've got to get past a Colombia who despite under-performing have picked up many admirers for the unorthodox s…
 
Elodie, Cream & Peter are all on board tonight with a YUGE episode including: 🎙 A deep-dive analysis on our R3 pantsing to the Suns 🎙 All the R3 Around The Grounds 🎙 Our Round 4 predictions including our BIG game against the Lions 🎙 Questions and comments from the listeners 🎙 Golden Toot Of The Week nominee Don't forget to tune in to Jeff Albertson…
 
Good Golly it's a bumper Italia 90 podcast today with four games wrapping up the last two groups. After the vulture and Luisito "thrashed things out" Spain are looking in much better nick, they face a Belgium side being forced into a few changes. Meanwhile Uruguay & South Korea are trying to salvage what's been a pretty disappointing tournament for…
 
It's the day of reckoning for Scotland and Jim Leighton who are looking for a big result to keep them in the tournament. They take on Brazil who are essentially a sexier Ireland. And we finally get an answer on whether Muller or Mo Johnston are the world's number 1 striker... (it's neither). Meanwhile underdog's Costa Rica are up against a disappoi…
 
Groups D & A conclude today! Already qualified West Germany take the foot off the gas but come up against an uncharacteristically defensive Colombia in a very busy afternoon for a Northern Irish referee. Yugoslavia, suspiciously missing Srecko Katanec, face United Arab Emirates in front of virtually nobody in a game featuring the answer to many a q…
 
Group B comes to a head today with surprise package Cameroon sitting pretty on top of the group..The Soviets will be hoping that 28 year old Roger Milla and co will ease off the gas and results elsewhere go their way in what could be their last ever World Cup game. And it's a battle of the mercurial talents in Maradonna v Hagi as struggling Argenti…
 
Oh dear. What a Showdown to forget... ugh.Elodie, Cream, Damon & Peter are all on board tonight with a YUGE episode including: 🎙 A deep-dive analysis on our R2 pantsing to Port 🎙 All the R2 Around The Grounds 🎙 Our Round 3 predictions including our BIG game against the Suns 🎙 Questions and comments from the listeners 🎙 Golden Toot Of The Week nomin…
 
Day ten throws up the infamous Ireland v Egypt clash but is it as bad as everyone says? There's Egyptian sailors, an appalling Chris Morris tackle and the villainess origin story of Eamon Dunphy. Meanwhile "The Vulture" and his cohorts in the Spain squad have a chance to pick up their first win against South Korea, which leads to sublime hat tricks…
 
It's a busy day in Group C as an ugly but triumphing Brazil under fire from Pele take on Costa Rica. Under pressure Andy Roxburgh and Scotland make a few changes for a must win game against Sweden. With Gazza under fire from the media, Lineker still a little unwell (it was nothing to do with the crisps) and captain Bryan Robson now injured, England…
 
Day eight features one of the dullest games of the Italia 90. Luckily there are plenty of tangents such as a Fifa apology over anthems and Linkin Park on stadium PA systems to distract us from Czechoslovakia v Austria. Meanwhile in the mismatch of the tournament, West Germany take on the UAE who are apparently not concerned or overawed at all so wh…
 
On match day seven, fans and journalists alike only have eyes for the unorthodox Rene Higuita as Colombia face a Yugoslavia side in desperate need of a result. It's Roger Milla's time to shine and wiggle for Cameroon as they come up against a pretty anonymous Georgi Hagi for Romania, on a pretty tumultuous day in the history of their country. And w…
 
Game Day 6 sees perennial underachievers Spain take on fading force Uruguay with some talk on how Uruguay came to be branded a 'dirty' side and why this era of Spanish football was significant but forgotten. El Diego rocks up in Napoli with his Argentinian side needing a victory against the USSR to stay alive. In an eventful game of mixed fortunes …
 
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…
 
On game day five the European Champions Netherlands take on Egypt, who had also been spending most of the pre-tournament warm up in Europe due to African Cup of Nations tensions lingering. Meanwhile a golden generation Belgium side take on the South Koreans hoping not to mirror the wasteful slothful playing days of their manager 'The Leopard'. Ther…
 
It's the Republic of Ireland's first ever game in the World Cup finals and they face off against Bobby Robson's England. And although the game is a stinker, there's pandemonium back home and more debate as to who should figure in Big Jack's starting eleven. Meanwhile Scotland strut blindly but confidently into their clash with Costa Rica and Ossie …
 
It's a big day today at Italia 90, with two of the big hitters in action. West Germany captained by the immaculate, although somewhat detestable, figure of Lothar Mathaus kick their tournament off against a Yugoslavia squad picked with an eye on avoiding civil war. Brazil, moving away from the beloved Joga Bonita era, head into the not too fondly r…
 
A quick explainer about our channel. Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/davidandtamara. Read Our Blog at davidandtamara.blog Ask us any questions or give a suggestion for a Podcast. Twitter @davidtamarablog Facebook Page facebook.com/davidandtamara Instagram: @davidandtamarablog Come and visit us and holiday in Bosnia and Herzegovina. E-Mail us a…
 
Italy basks in the joy of Maradona's failure as they prepare to see their team take on Austria in Rome. Questions arise about the host's strike partnerships and also as to why Schillaci and Vialli's hair fortune's have differed so greatly. Speaking of hair, we see a Colombian golden generation lead by Carlos Valderama facing the United Arab Emirate…
 
FOOTY IS BACK! We have it all for you tonight, including: 🎙 The latest news 🎙 Round 2 preview with our BIG game against Port 🎙 Our Round 2 predictions 🎙 Questions from the listeners 🎙 Special guest and YouTube king Jeff Albertson joins us LIVE on the podcast! Don't forget to tune in to Jeff Albertson's amazing YouTube channel for all things Adelaid…
 
And we're off! It's match day one of Italia 90 with Argentina v Cameroon. This means Claudio Canniga being kicked in the air, Diego Maradonna curing Italy of racism, Ciao the Italia 90 Mascot, how western reporters reported the "black magic" or footballing qualities of African teams and some filthy carry on in the posh seats during the opening cere…
 
Join Declan Marron, Dave Donnelly & Turlough Kelly of the Irish Football Chronicles Podcast for a new daily show celebrating the 30th anniversary of Italia 90. The lads will be bringing you a new podcast every game day from 8th June - 8th July discussing every team, every goal and checking in with the Irish camp for their first ever World Cup Final…
 
Dave Donnelly speaks to MSV Duisburg and Republic of Ireland international Claire O Riordan about returning to action with the Bundesliga side, the position change that has seen her alternate between striker/defender and how the experience of playing against German internationals now can pay off when the Euro Qualifiers return. Support the show (ht…
 
Luke Chadwick began his career as a footballer in the youth system of one of the biggest football clubs in the world, Manchester United. The Cambridge native learnt from the best from a young age, signing his first professional contract with Manchester United at a time when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge at the club. The talented midfielder recent…
 
We are getting back to some regular programming, so Peter and Damon bring you some hard hitting analysis including: 🎙 The latest news 🎙 Our games coming up 🎙 Malthouse v Poort 🎙 Questions from the listeners 🎙 Plenty more! Stay tuned as we have more interviews coming! We now have merch! Get over to Redbubble for sweet merch! Like our podcast? Help s…
 
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…
 
This is Episode 2 in our 90s Deep Dive on the Adelaide Football Club. Names for all things South Australian football do not get any bigger than former SANFL umpire, TV personality and host of the #1 sports show on Fiveaa, Ken "KG" Cunningham! In our hour-long interview with KG, we touch on a host of subjects including: 🎙 The 1997 Grand Final 🎙 Ince…
 
Declan Marron speaks to FAI Education Development Tutor Tom O’Connor. Tom talks about what defines leadership in a coaching role and how various Irish managers have put this into practice. He and Declan also discuss the Pro License in Ireland and his coaching pathway that lead him to be interim Women’s National team manager, men’s U16’s manager and…
 
Declan Marron & Dave Donnelly are joined by RTÉ Football Correspondent Tony O’Donoghue for a long chat about the art of post match interviews,Erling Haland, Soccer Republic’s viewership problem and reporting on our country’s biggest footballing moments. This includes being slightly sidetracked by Saipan once again. The lads also talk about the retu…
 
In contrast to McCarthy's most recent spell in charge, the 2002 World Cup was a time of the most exhilarating, enjoyable and entertaining football we've seen from an Irish team for many years. It was also a time of 'The Losers Go Home' Nike ad, Après Match at the peak of their hilarity and the travelling fans' numbers bolstered by the Celtic Tiger …
 
So, a few weeks ago, me and a few others got together to have an online chat about the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and why it didn't work out that well. As you do. Featuring: Dora Vrkić - @DoraVrkic Damir Sakic - @SakicDamir Bronwyn Scott-McCharen - @BronwynScottMcDavide Denti - @DavideDentiTucker Jones - @tuckcomatusDomagoj Babić - @DomagojBabi1Shanker…
 
With the end of Mick McCarthy's second spell as Ireland boss, Declan Marron & Macdara Ferris relive his biggest success in a two part podcast starting with the 2002 World Cup qualifying campaign. The lads cover everything from Gary Doherty's Cruyff turn against Andorra to the greatest ever moment of dread against Netherlands with the near Staunton …
 
The boys sit down and chat with the renowned scholar Florian Bieber of the University of Graz about the origins of his academic career studying the Western Balkans, the rise of authoritarianism and illiberalism in the region, and the future of European enlargement. And we ask him to go on the record with all the tough questions: is Luxembourg a Bal…
 
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