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In episode 4, season 2 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to Alexander Parise, Assistant Manager of Co-As-It in Carlton. Alex has lived and worked in Italy, Israel and the United States of America, and has experience in education, archaeology and academia. Alex talks about the study of Italian in Melbourne, in schools and in adult education. He sha…
 
In episode 3, season 2 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to longtime friend and architectural genius, Isabella (Bella) Etna. Bella is a Graduate of Architecture at Buchan Group, Tutor at the University of Melbourne, former President of Built Industry Group and Founder/Co-Editor of Archigram Melbourne. Bella talks about Venetian architecture, share…
 
In episode 2, season 2 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to longtime friend and architectural wiz, Natalie Chiodo. Natalie is a tutor at the University of Melbourne and a technical editor at the Australian Institute of Architects. Natalie talks about the architectural styles in Italy that have made their way to Melbourne. Listen along to learn mor…
 
In episode 1, season 2 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to Paola Bombardieri, Christian Reitano and Olivia Zagari who serve as past and current presidents of the Melbourne University Italian Social Club (Club). The Club was born in 1959, the year in which the Italian language was first taught at the University of Melbourne. Governed by a voluntar…
 
In episode 11 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to Nornie Bero, head chef and business owner of Mabu Mabu, a Torres Strait Islander food business based in Melbourne. Nornie is originally from Mer Island in the Torres Strait and has been a professional chef for over 20 years. She talks about her experience working in some of Melbourne's iconic Ital…
 
In episode 9 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to Carlo and Valeria Corallo, President and Committee Member of the Sicilian Association of Australia (TSAA). Valeria and Carlo talk about the work of TSAA, how it evolved and its future ambitions. They also speak on Sicily and Sicilian culture, as well as their upbringing and Italian-Australian cultu…
 
In episode 8 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to Elvira Andreoli, founder, singer and guitarist of the Rustica Project, a Melbourne-based Italian folk band. Learn more about Italian folk music, its traditions, and the role of music in Southern Italy. Elvira also speaks on her upbringing, life in Australia and the role of her heritage in fostering…
 
In episode 6 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to Paola Bacchia, well-known food writer, educator and author of the famous blog ‘Italy on my mind’ as well as the cookbooks, 'Italian street food' and 'ADRIATICO' (with a third on Istria currently underway). Paola speaks about the role of her Italian heritage in turning her love of cooking into a suc…
 
In episode 5 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to James Liotta, award-winning Italian-Australian actor, comedian and producer with more than 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry. James speaks about his upbringing in Melbourne, Italian heritage, journey as an actor and how he has become so well-known within the Melbourne-Italian com…
 
In episode 4 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats to Romina Beltrame, Director of Il Papiro in Melbourne. Il Papiro is an artisan stationery shop in Melbourne's Central Business District that supplies a range of products direct from Florence. Romina chats about her inspiration for starting the business as well as the La Befana display she has put on …
 
In episode 3 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats with Domenic 'Dino' Nicolosi, about Italian theatre plays and productions. Dino is the Director of the Italian Players Theatre Company in Melbourne and for the past 50 years has starred in and directed a multitude of shows. Host: Annalisa Cercone (Signorina Melbourne) Guest: Domenic 'Dino' Nicolosi Gr…
 
In episode 2 of Signorina Talks, Annalisa chats with Natasha 'Tash' Collangelo about waves of migration and how they have shaped Melbourne over time. Tash is an entrepreneur of community projects and the daughter of two southern Italian migrants from the 1950s. In 2019, she and her brother launched 'Suitcase of Dreams’, a collection of over 100 por…
 
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