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Best Lithuanian Dream podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Lithuanian Dream podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Meet one of Lithuania’s most promising scientists, Ingrida Olendraite. Ingrida is currently working on her PhD at the University of Cambridge. Her specialization is Computational Molecular Virology. For those in the audience who aren’t scientists, computational molecular virology.This interview takes place during an exceptional time in our history …
 
In this episode: Is calamari and squid the same thing? And what about cuttlefish?! We settle the online confusion of what calamari really is. The history of deep fried calamari rings as a dish Plus, fact or fiction - is cheap commercial frozen calamari sometimes made from pig rectum instead of seafood? Please support the show by sponsoring us from …
 
Live recording of THE DISH at Spotify HQ christmas party in Stockholm, Sweden - December 2019. In this episode: Destinations: What to eat in Rome, Madrid, Seville, Barcelona. Food: Carbonara, tapas and more! Thanks again to Spotify for flying us into stockholm to perform and record live! We are available for more live shows - contact us: megsy@food…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the season two! This time we talk about LT Big Brother. It is the first and only voluntary professional mentoring programme for young Lithuanian professionals globally.Ruta Naujokaite interviews LT Big Brother mentor for 9 years in a row, the Head of European Commission Representation in Lithuania Arnoldas Pranckevic…
 
In this interview Ruta Naujokaite interviews Amb. Darius Jonas Semaska. In 2004 he was appointed Ambassador to the Republic of Hungary with accreditation in the Republic of Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (today Republic of Northern Macedonia). In 2008 he became the Permanent Representative o…
 
In this episode we will talk about Lithuanian migration destinations, ways to research your own family history and how all this process looks in practice. Christmas is a perfect time to start researching, so tune in to learn where to start.Ancestral tourism market is growing significantly every year. In Scotland and Ireland this type of tourism alr…
 
Welcome to our 15th episode. We are releasing it just before one of the most important events of the year for the Lithuanian diaspora, global Lithuanian leaders forum and awards ceremony that will take place on 27th of December in Vilnius. I used this chance to invite the Co-Founder of GLL Dalia Petkeviciene.…
 
Lukas Petrikas is Managing Director & Co-head of Innovation at HKEX, where he looks for creative business models and disruptive technology innovations that can deliver value and open new opportunities for HKEX. During his career, he has been involved in many of the initiatives that have broken new ground for Hong Kong's markets, including the acqui…
 
In this episode, our host Ieva Cerniauskaite speaks with the executive director of Transparency International Lithuania, Sergejus Muravjovas. Sergejus is an anti-corruption expert on a mission to make Lithuania's future more transparent. His agency, Transparency International Lithuania, promotes initiatives that help combat corruption, educate soci…
 
In this episode Ruta Naujokaite meets one of the most promising Lithuanian scientists working with biomedical physics and nanotechnology. Marija Matulionyte is a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Quebec, Canada. She will tell us more about a new treatment for cancer.By Lithuanian Dream
 
IN THIS EPISODE: The weird and wonderful world of Balut - Fertilized boiled eggs The history of Balut Plus we eat it in the Philippines. But, is it more nutritious than a regular boiled egg? One of the philippines' most popular streetfoods. DISCLAIMER: This is a strange food with graphic descriptions of animal parts and embryos that some listeners …
 
In this episode our host Ieva Cerniauskaite speaks with the general manager of Go Vilnius, Inga Romanovskiene. Inga is a marketing expert on a mission to make Vilnius a leading destination in Europe. Her agency, Go Vilnius, promotes the capital by creating eye-catching marketing campaigns and information resources for tourists. Inga will tell us ab…
 
In this episode our host Ruta Naujokaite​ speaks with Foreign Minister of Lithuania, Linas Linkevicius.He is one of the only politicians to continuously hold high political positions since Lithuania achieved independence 30 years ago.He has served as Lithuania's Minister of National Defence and Minister of Foreign Affairs, and has held various dipl…
 
This time Ruta Naujokaite interviews Board member at Bank of Lithuania Marius Jurgilas about FinTech and Blockchain in Lithuania. Recently the Bank of Lithuania developed LBChain, the world’s first blockchain-based sandbox developed by a financial market regulator, the Bank of Lithuania. This platform is now opening up to international start-ups as…
 
In this episode Ruta Naujokaite interviews the head of Global Lithuanian Leaders (GLL) Aušra Kukelkaitė. They talk about different initiatives Aušra was leading for the last 10 years,In the end, Aušra shares her leadership philosophy. Are you curious about most impactful global Lithuanian diaspora initiatives?Episode bonus notes: - Make sure to wat…
 
In this episode Ieva speaks with Tomas Vytautas Raskevicius, a human rights activist, Vilnius city councilor, and self-described "professional gay." As an advocate for LGBTQ rights in Lithuania, Tomas shares his expertise on LGBTQ topics and what it means to be gay in Lithuania.By Lithuanian Dream
 
In the third Part Of Our Tapas Feature triple episode: Tapas or not? We discover other small plate dishes from Spain - Pintxos (Pinchos), montaditos and more. The story of Pa amb tomàquet (Catalunya’s simplest tapas dish) PLUS our top 10 favourite ever Spanish tapas dishes and where we ate them. Read the full article at https://foodfuntravel.com/ta…
 
In this episode Ruta meets 3 fascinating Lithuanian dreamers living in Berlin, Copenhagen and London. One works in one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies, Novo Nordisk; another in the British telecommunications giant, British Telecom; and the last in performance marketing agency, Expand Mobile. Do you have strong social capital? And have you e…
 
Have you ever disagreed with a coworker about the temperature in your office? Do you like to take risks? Are you an organ donor? These are just some examples of decisions with fascinating underlying influences that can be better understood through behavioral economics. In this episode Ieva speaks with Dr. Agne Kajackaite about what behavioral econo…
 
In the Second Part Of Our Tapas Feature triple episode: The history of 4 of the most famous and historic tapas dishes: Gazpacho soup, Albondigas (Spanish meatballs) Patatas Bravas (Chunky potatoes with spicy sauce) and Croquetas (Spanish croquettes) Read the full article at https://foodfuntravel.com/tapaspodcast…
 
Ruta Naujokaite speaks with Mantas Katinas, managing director of Invest Lithuania. Mantas shares his insights into the current economic priorities of Lithuania and explains how his agency attracts and facilitates foreign investment in the country.To find out more about Invest Lithuania, visit https://investlithuania.com…
 
In This Episode: After a month spent in Mongolia, we discuss their most important cultural dishes Mongolian food is based on “white food” and “red food” we explain what that is and why they have those classifications Plus, Is Mongolia’s most famous dish around the world really a Mongolian dish at all? DISCLAIMER: This Episode contains talk of some …
 
In This Episode: The history of Vermouth - the fortified wine that James Bond couldn’t do without in his vodka Martinis We discuss the history modern vermouth, it’s ancient predecessor and it’s arrival into the cocktail industry. And we chat about artisanal Vermouth in Madrid, Spain. Get more info about what to eat and drink in Madrid with our full…
 
In This Episode: We visit Madrid, The capital of Spain We explain the unexpectedly controversial history of Spanish omelette Learn why Madrid’s famous stew, Cocido, originally had no pork but today can have up to 8 or 9 cuts of pork in each dish. Plus, Flamenco meets Haute cuisine. We taste food from a Michelin star chef while watching Spain’s most…
 
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