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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 Blizzard is dedicated to sharing football stories you won't find anywhere else. Hear fascinating tales from behind the matches which changed the course of footballing history with Jonathan Wilson, Marcus Speller and a special guest every week on 'Greatest Games'. Exclusively available on The Blizzard's podcast feed.
 
This is The Empire Never Ended, the Antifascist Amerikanski-Balkan podcast about (neo) fascist terror, the (deep) state and the alienation, nihilism and desperation produced by the capitalist system. And how to get rid of all that. Something like that... Hosted by Boris Mamlëz, Fritz McAlinden and Rey Katula. Subscribe to our Patreon for weekly premium episodes! https://www.patreon.com/tenepod
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Postcards from Nowhere is a travel podcast that takes you on journeys exploring culture, history, food and people in the form of stories. With over a decade of travel stories in his kitty, Utsav Mamoria narrates the stories of the strange, obscure and fascinating things about the world, often interspersed with practical tips and deep realizations, which would shape the way you travel. Tune in to the new episode every Thursday.
 
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In TENE's 28th episode, Rey gives a detailed look at the collaborationist regime of Nazi-occupied Serbia (1941-1944). The regime was led by Milan Nedić, a former general and Yugoslav government minister, close to the fascist politics of his relative Dimtrije Ljotić, leader of the Zbor movement. The boys discuss various collaborationist armed forces…
 
El excomandante de las fuerzas serbobosnias durante la guerra que desangró los Balcanes fue hallado culplable de 10 de los 11 cargos en su contra y sentenciado por el Tribunal Penal Internacional para la antigua Yugoslavia. Te contamos por qué aún divide a Bosnia y cómo una tragedia personal lo marcó para siempre.…
 
Do you remember that time in the early days and weeks of the pandemic when you picked up a new hobby? You baked bread. You gardened. You crocheted. You refurbished furniture. You wrote a novel. You created a podcast... Vlado Vince built a Yugoslav computer. The little Galaksija, an 8-bit computer created by Voja Antonić that enthusiasts built thems…
 
On this week’s Greatest Games, Jonathan and Marcus are joined by Eero Laurila to discuss what it’s like to spy on Marcelo Bielsa and the state of football in Finland via the 2012 Europa League qualifier between HJK Helsinki and Athletic. At the time Athletic were led by the influential Argentine coach Marcelo Bielsa, whilst their hosts had former F…
 
Boris guides TENE through the twists and turns of Montenegrin nationalism and fascist collaboration in the 20th century. He tells how politician and general Krsto Popović turned rebel in support of Montenegrin King Nikola, only to be exiled himself in Italy, forms the inept Lovćen Brigade for the fascists. Boris introduces quisling leader of the oc…
 
El gobierno chino criticó el ambicioso plan de inversión estadounidense en el sector tecnológico, cuyo principal objetivo es contrarrestar la creciente influencia del gigante asiático.By Daily Easy Spanish
 
What connects the Thai Forest Tradition of Buddhism to the neighbourhood of Ulsoor in Bangalore? (No, its not a Buddhist monastery!). It is in fact a tree whose fruit is the national fruit of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, and the state fruit of Karnataka. This week, in the fifth episode of Exploring your backyard, we move into Ulsoor, which hides the s…
 
Un gigantesco operativo que logró engañar a criminales para que utilizaran una aplicación de mensajería encriptada del FBI, le permitió a la policía arrestar a más de 800 presuntos delincuentes, incautar dinero, armas y drogas en más de 100 países.By Daily Easy Spanish
 
On Greatest Games this week, Jonathan Wilson and Marcus Speller are joined by David Diaz Bejarano to discuss the 1987 Copa Libertadores final decider between Penarol and America de Cali. America de Cali were heading into the tie having already lost the 1985 and 1986 Libertadores final and hoped to break a long-standing curse on the Colombian club. …
 
Returning to Croatia once again, Boris fills in the gaps between the invention of Croatian nationalism and the rise of the bloodthirsty Ustaša. He follows the career of Ante Pavelić from devoted legal counsel to arrested nationalists, through his brief stint as a parliamentarian, to his fateful trip to Italy where he developed the Ustaša's paltry i…
 
Tras una solicitud del Congreso el pasado año, el gobierno se comprometió a publicar un reporte sobre la información que tenía sobre avistamientos de objetos voladores no identificados (OVNI) tras varios avistamientos inexplicables reportados por varios medios.By Daily Easy Spanish
 
In TENE's effort to "catch 'em all", Rey introduces saint and stench wizard, Nikolaj Velimirović, one of Serbian Orthodoxy's most important bishops and the gray eminence of Serbian Fascism. Once a government emissary beloved by Serbian liberals, he took a turn towards the fashy in the 1920s, catching the eye of Adolf Hitler, whom Velimirović compar…
 
In 1792, the British departed from Srirangapatna near Mysore to Bangalore for a rather strange reason - To escape the mosquitos. But that wasnt the only deadly thing that shaped the future of Bangalore. This week, in the fourth episode of Exploring your backyard, we turn our eye towards Bengaluru, and how pandemics came to shape the city in ways we…
 
On this week’s Greatest Games we remember a Skol Cup Dundee Derby at Dens Park in 1987 with Alan Patullo. Following football in Dundee is unlike no other city such is the close proximity between the two sides, whose stadiums reside just a matter of yards away from each other. Alan remembers the history of this rivalry throughout the early years of …
 
Rey takes the Empire Never Ended down an awkward road called 'Early Serbian and Yugoslav Fascism'. This is a period of street fighting that shaped the pan-slavic fascists known as 'ORJUNA', and of the inter-war antifascist battle of Trbovlje in Slovenia. Follow Dimitrije Ljotić (1891-1945), wannabe führer and Bible nerd, as he annoys the shit out o…
 
TENE pod welcomes Kemal back to narrate some truly crazy shit that went down in the port town of Fiume, also known as Rijeka in today's Croatia, a little more than a century ago. Watch the fundaments of fascism flower from the cocaine-addled brain of celebrated war hero, poet, and daredevil, Gabriele D'Annunzio! Marvel at the sense-defying stunts o…
 
"Cotton Green, the forgotten, nondescript station on the Harbour line of the Bombay suburban train network. But once, this area was the beating heat of Bombay. This week, in the third episode of Exploring your backyard, we take you to the story of the meteoric rise of Bombay, which had wide ranging causes, right from the American Civil War in the 1…
 
En los últimos años, los casos más destacados de afroestadounidenses muertos a manos de las fuerzas de seguridad en EE.UU. han tenido un nombre en común: Ben Crump, a quien en algunos círculos se le conoce como el "fiscal general de los negros".By Daily Easy Spanish
 
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