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A fun, dynamic “Feel so Great!! Got to Groove Vibe” with your DJ/Host, TAKEYCE; Reggae Fusion Artiste, Lover of Life, Entrepreneur, Producer, Promoter, Singer/Songwriter, FACTOR Canada Juror.CKUT 90.3FM EVERY THURSDAY! TODO LOS LUNES ! TOUS LES JEUDIS ! 6-7AM EST (www.ckut.ca)Music from amazing Guests across the Universe, Inspirational Words (Poem, Refrains, Conscious thoughts) done in English, French, Spanish and Patois! :-)Much love and light!“Lady who wears many wraps and colourful ones a ...
 
Learn a Language...Or Maybe Three! The Fluent Show is on a mission to help you get excited about language learning. We both learn languages every day in our lives, and we have learnt over 15 different languages between us. We share stories, news, tips, and ideas that will make you fluent...eventually. Subscribe to the show today to get your regular dose of Fluent love. 🥰 Support The Fluent Show on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/fluentshow)
 
Bilingual Kids Rock Podcast is your place to connect with multilingual families, language experts, and passionate authors from around the world. We share actionable tips and motivational stories. Learn from our experiences so your journey raising multilingual children is enjoyable, manageable, and successful.
 
Radio Lingvistika is a series of educational radio conversations on multilingualism and linguistic issues. The conversations take place either in English or French. Contact: DGT-RADIO@ec.europa.eu Music: Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Children's Album, Op. 39, Waltz. Performed by: Louis Sauter. Source: https://musopen.org/music/2422/pyotr-ilyich-tchaikovsky/childrens-album-op-39/
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
Expand Your World - Be Bilingual with Queenie Kawabe, who speaks 5 languages is a podcast created for Language Learners, especially Chinese and Japanese. Queenie Kawabe delivers this show 5-day a week between Monday and Friday. Each episode brings you an inspiration and motivation topic such as a guest talk, and answer your language learning questions, as well as teaching you Japanese and Chinese language to help you to speak the language fluently in an effective and easy way. Queenie Kawabe ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard English). All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. 01 - Hungarian - A gizehi pergamen-lapok by Gárdonyi Géza (1863-1922) [1890] - Text - Key words: prose, fiction, humour, paradise 02 - Italian - Il bove by Ida Baccini (1850-1911) [1882] - Text - Key words: Short story for children 03 - Italian - Nel carrozzone dei profughi by Giovanni Verga (1840-1922) [1884 ...
 
Bilingual Avenue is a podcast created for parents raising bilingual children and educators teaching dual language learners. The Bilingual Avenue podcast is a guide on what to do, how to do it and what to expect when working with multilingual children. Tune in for insightful interviews with experts and parents as they share best practices, failures, obstacles and inspiration to guide your journey with bilingual children. If you are looking for resources, strategies and actionable tips, Biling ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard English). All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. 01 - French - Lettre I by Napoleon Bonaparte key words: prose, letter, Napoléon, Joséphine 02 - Galician - Adiós Ríos, Adiós fontes by Rosalía de Castro key words: poetry 03 - Galician - Cántiga by Manuel Curros Enríquez key words: poetry 04 - Galician - As duas pragas by Manuel Curros Enríquez key words: poe ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages. All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. Brief description of the contributions: 01 Tagalog - ¡Ang Reyna Elena.....! by Pascual de Leon (1893-1958) [1915] - Key words: poetry, The Queen Elena 02 Polish - Pieśń o mowie naszej by Tadeusz Boy-Żeleński (1874-1941) [1913] - Key words: poetry, poezja, język, pruderia 03 Japanese - Tebukuro wo kaini by Niimi Nankichi (1913-1943) [1 ...
 
Asymptote is a global journal dedicated to literary translation, created by a team of writers and translators from over 25 different countries. In our new podcast, we explore the most fascinating, eclectic and unsung stories in international literature. Each episode travels far and wide to bring you interviews, readings and mini-documentaries from all over the literary world.
 
CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages. All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. Brief description of the contributions: 01 - Bisaya - Ang mga Mahadlokon [1921]: prose, scaredy cats, talawan nga ulitawo, simbang gabi 02 - Japanese - Trokko [1922]: prose, fiction, young adult 03 - Spanish - Día de bronca [1912]: poetry, lunfardo, slang, argot, love affair, anger, betrayal, unfaithfulness 04 - Japanese - Matsu [1942 ...
 
Paper Radio is a podcast project created by Emma McKeagney which aims to bring outstanding Irish research from paper to a podcast radio episode you can listen to with ease. Each week a researcher will be interviewed on the topic of their research as well as a guest who is more practically involved in the topic at hand. Season One will share outstanding research at an Undergraduate level.
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard English). All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. 01 - Japanese - Numachi by Akutagawa Ryunosuke (1892-1927) [1916] - Text - Key words: prose, fiction, painting 02 - Japanese - Hamano Fuyu by Nagatsuka Takashi (1879-1915) [1907] - Text - Key words: prose, fiction, seashore, winter 03 - Russian - Демон. Часть 1 / Demon. Part 1 by Mikhail Lermontov (1814-1841) ...
 
Greg Jorgensen and Ed Knuth have been knocking around Bangkok since the turn of the century. Exploring dark corners, eating amazing food, and interacting with fascinating people, the two have gotten to know and love Thailand's capital in all its confusing, mysterious glory. Every week they chat about topics near and dear to those living here, those visiting here, or those who are just curious about what it's like to live in Asia's craziest city.
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages. All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. Brief description of the contributions: 01 Japanese - Natto Gassen by Kikuchi Kan (1888-1948) [1919] - Key words: prose, fiction, children, fermented soybeans 02 Japanese - Shikino e by Natsume Soseki (1867-1916) [1911] - Key words: prose, non-fiction, painting 03 Japanese - Carmen by Akutagawa Ryunosuke (1892-1927) [1926] - Key words ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages. All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers. Brief description of the contributions: 01 Japanese - Shisyuu by Akutagawa Ryunosuke (1892-1927) [1925] - Key words: prose, fiction, poetries 02 Japanese - Utsukushii Inu by Hayashi Fumiko (1904-1951) [1947] - Key words: prose, fiction, dog 03 Japanese - Konoteni kagiruyo by Hagiwara Sakutaro (1886-1942) [1937] - Key words: prose, fic ...
 
This is a collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard English). All chosen and recorded by Librivox volunteers.01 Japanese - Chichi by Akutagawa Ryunosuke (1892-1927) [1916] - Text - key words: prose, fiction, father 02 Japanese - Hoshi by Kunikida Doppo (1871-1908) [1896] - Text - key words: prose, fiction, star 03 Latin - Horace Ode 3: Virgil: Off to Greece from Horace Odes and Epodes by Quintus Horatius Flaccus (65B ...
 
When a modern film script draws inspiration from a poem written more than a century ago, readers can judge its impact on our collective imagination. Such is the resonance of the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe. First published in 1845, "The Raven" is a masterpiece of atmosphere, rhythmic quality and use of language. Constructed in narrative form, it tells the story of a young man who is mourning the loss of his beloved. One December night as he wearily sits up browsing through a classica ...
 
Linguistics holds up a magnifying glass to society to allow us to see the beauty, rawness, and complicatedness in what it means to be human by studying everything involved in what we communicate and how we communicate it. This is a podcast dedicated to talking about Black people and our language and the beauty, rawness, and complicatedness of our various realities. From discussing our favorite slang terms, to complex grammar, to the implications of linguistic discrimination, this podcast rea ...
 
If you have a passion for the Spanish language, Latin music, and travel, then this podcast is for you. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with weekly conversations and fun, music-based Spanish lessons. If you want to be fluent in Spanish, the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the culture. Learn Spanish fast that you can use in real world Spanish conversations and close your Spanish grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learne ...
 
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Hear Sharon Romero share strategies for building and sustaining a multilingual collection which supports the entire school community. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. Editable PD Certificate Langstaff Secondary School Ontario Library Association: Forest of Reading…
 
EP11 Reasoning with the Beautiful Pioneer of Jamaican Gospel, Claudelle Clarke Debut show every Thursday morning, 6-7AM EST on CKUT 90.3FM (www.ckut.ca)!!! Claudelle Clarke, a wonderful Queen is empowering! She is my MOM and Mentor! She is a Christian and I am Anti-Religious. Dynamic, fun, spiritual to show how united in love we can be despite our …
 
Interview with Errol de Jesus, a trilingual copywriter, author, and translator who speaks English, Spanish, and Japanese. Errol is the founder of Morenita Mommy, a blog where she shares her experiences as a Black mother raising a multicultural family. She's also the author of the new book Melanintro to Languages, a guide to multilingual parenting, …
 
Greg interviews repeat guest Rikker Dockum about the ups and downs of raising bilingual children, beginning with an update on (now Dr) Rikker’s life back in the US - including his own two kids, both products of two cultures. Next, Rikker segways into some common myths and truths about language acquisition. First, he dispels the idea that a parent n…
 
Introduction One of the purposes of this podcast is to share our unique bol.com culture with you. Traditions play an important part in culture. So, in this episode, we share a view on the evolution of a tradition. A tradition that underlines our focus on data. In this sales season, everybody in bol.com wants to know how we are doing, preferably Rea…
 
An economic forecast. Dr. Jessica Lautz, Vice President of Demographics and Behavioral Insights at NAR, gives us great insight into how their research has painted a picture for us during this pandemic and beyond. [4:15] Economic Forecast w/ Dr. Jessica Lautz 2020 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers Sign up for alerts – Text “OKRealtors” to 95577. Se…
 
Greg interviews the fascinating Wichit Saiklao, godfather of craft beer in Thailand and founder of Chit Beer, with podcast friend Scott Coates sitting in for fun. Khun Chit relates how he first learned about homebrewing while living in the States, and after returning to Thailand and buying a small house on the river island of Ko Kret, he decided to…
 
This week I’m talking to James McElearney. James did a BA in Economic Politics and Law in DCU. He wrote his paper this year entitled , “The Politics of the Irish Constitution: An obstacle to Irish Unity?”. His very detailed paper outlines the question of northern partition as it was written into Ireland’s first constitution in 1937 and the developm…
 
This week, we're celebrating our 100th episode! Our listeners share their favorite moments from the show, and we break down the lyrics to the song Bachata en Fukuoka by Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra with a very special guest. Learn about the passive voice in Spanish plus a few Japanese phrases from this multilingual song. Show Notes: https://ww…
 
Corin Throsby looks at the extraordinary fan mail received by the poet Lord Byron. The New Generation Thinkers scheme is ten years old in 2020. Jointly run by BBC and the Arts and Humanities Research Council, each year it offers ten academics at the start of their careers a chance to bring fascinating research to a wider public. This week we hear f…
 
James Archibald(McGill University) discusses the key findings of a conference held mid October. Is language a condition to enjoy one’s rights effectively? What if we were all concerned? More about the project to have a language-neutral plain language standard recognized internationally. https://www.accessforallconference.com/programhttps://eur-lex.…
 
Would you don a diving suit or take a drug in a quest to understand the life of someone else? "Following in the footsteps" is an obsession for biographers as they travel the world to bring their subjects to life, sometimes with dangerous consequences.Hull University Professor of Creative Writing Martin Goodman, biographer of the sorcerer Carlos Cas…
 
Can you imagine creating a podcast in your mother tongue...AND in a foreign language? Even though I am a German speaker, I podcast in English. And I never really think about it! But I was curious about people who podcast in other languages, and so I reached out to a few awesome people to find out: What's it like to podcast, but not in English? My g…
 
The dreaded C-word has really dominated the year, but now we’re reaching the end of 2020, and it’s the B-word that a lot of British expats in particular are worried about, as they rush to secure a base in mainland Europe. Oliver Heslop from GETS – Global Expatriate Tax Services – is back on the show today to talk through where things stand when it …
 
Introduction In this episode we are sharing something that is unique at least in the Tech Community here at bol.com. To become official F/OSS committer and eventually PMC member. Without spoiling too much, I think this contribution will make a positive impact far beyond the bol.com Tech landscape and serve in an enormous number of companies. Helpin…
 
Democracy, Hong Kong and USAFree ThinkingHong Kong has seen elections postponed, pro-democracy protesters arrested and a sweeping new national security law imposed by Beijing this year outlawing sedition and subversion. Rana Mitter asks whether Hong Kong can retain its unique identity and how the city's culture can help us make sense of these turbu…
 
Surprise! We are so pleased to show you all a collaborative project we did with our friends and yours at Myanmar Musings! In this very special episode, Familiar Stranger Alex D’Aloia sat down with Luke Corbin, Anthea Snowsill, Michael Dunford and Dinith Adikari to discuss all things Myanmar. Join us as we explore the tea shops of downtown Yangoon a…
 
Teaching writing - mentors Helen Mort and Blake Morrison compare notes. Plus as Georges Perec's memoir I Remember is published in English for the first time, we look at the rules of writing proposed by the Oulipo group which was founded in 1960 by Raymond Queneau and François Le Lionnais. Georges Perec (1936 – 1982) came up with a "story-making mac…
 
Melting glaciers, cacophonous refugee camps, voices in heads, bathroom altercations and indigenous communities in crisis are the subjects of this year's AHRC Research In Film Awards.Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough talks to researchers and filmmakers from the winning films, which are:Inspiration Award: ‘To Be A Marma’ - Ed OwlesBest Doctoral of Early C…
 
In part 2 of our conversation with Fred Underwood, Director of Engagement and Inclusion at NAR, we continue the conversation on the importance and value of diversity. Specifically, how it relates to ethics, professional standards and advocacy! Fred shares some incredible insight on the impact diversity can have on the association and the industry. …
 
"Toxic Crimes Project: Legal Activism Against Environmental Destruction in the Conflict in Eastern Ukraine" with Dr. Freek van der Vet, Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights.LECTURE DESCRIPTION: War often destroys the environment – either directly when armies poison foliage as a military strategy or indirectly, when toxins le…
 
Greg and Ed consider the issue of freedom of expression in Thailand and the extent to which it is or is not compatible with Thai culture. The topic is sparked by THAT case...the one about a TripAdvisor reviewer who harshly criticized a Thai resort, only to have the Thai resort file a criminal defamation action against him. After two days in jail an…
 
This week I’m talking to Luke Gibbons. Luke did his Bachelor of Laws in Trinity College Dublin and wrote his paper in 2019 entitled “Corporate Criminal Liability for Environmental Wrongs”. This paper is so important and outlines the problems when it comes to punishing corporations criminally for committing wrongs on the environment. Luke explains t…
 
On this week’s panel, we feature the president of the Australian Network of Student Anthropologists, Hanne Worsoe and Dinith Adikari who is a PhD candidate from the Australian National University. Hanne kicks us off [1:37] by discussing a recent article by Judith Butler about the recent US election. She asks us to consider how identity politics has…
 
Would you change your nose if you could? What about an entire face transplant? Des Fitzgerald speaks to researchers investigating the past and future of facial difference and medical intervention and looks at videos from participants in the AboutFace project, which are being launched as part of the Being Human Festival this November.Emily Cock, fro…
 
This episode Maria chats with Just Equations' new Mathematics Educator in Residence, Francesca Henderson. They talk about Francesca's love of mathematics, experiences as a teacher and administrator, her passion for social justice, and other topics relevant to our current distance learning crisis and beyond. Be sure to follow her work at justequatio…
 
What connects a "double elephant" sized map, an academy of dissenters and Daniel Defoe? Shahidha Bari makes a virtual visit to the University of Derby's hub for the Being Human Festival 2020. Today the East Midlands city of Derby is often overlooked, but it was one of the powerhouses of the industrial revolution. Historians and archivists have been…
 
This podcast is a recording of the CESSI Virtual Alumni Panel which took place on October 24. Featured Alumni were Kiiyha Gray, Katka Showers-Curtis, Stu McLaughlin, and Matt Brown. The first part of the panel is a brief introduction to CESSI while the second part is a Q&A with our panelists.By Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia at the University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
What does it mean to make art to commemorate histories of conflict? Anne McElvoy's guests are artists Es Devlin and Machiko Weston, Art Fund director Jenny Waldman, chair of the Fourth Plinth Commissioning Group Ekow Eshun and Paris Agar from the IWM as Radio 3 joins with the Imperial War Museum for the 2020 Remembrance Debate.Es Devlin and Machiko…
 
Fred Underwood, Director of Engagement and Inclusion w/ NAR joins us this week. We talk about why diversity and inclusion are important. More specifically, why it is so important to Realtors, the Realtor association and to the real estate industry and how it relates to professional development, professional standards, ethics and advocacy! [2:42] Ta…
 
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss the history and ideas behind the charity shop, our relationship with 'stuff', and musical typewriters - aspects of November's Being Human Festival.Matthew talks to researchers whose work is featured in the festival, which showcases research from a series of UK universities. His guests are anthropologist and soprano …
 
This week I am talking to Johannah Lordan. Johannah did her degree in Visual Communications in IADT. She wrote her paper in 2018 entitled “Low Price but not at any price. Ikea’s engagement with social and environmental issues.” We talk about how Ikea used Swedish design principles to bring good and affordable design to the world, IKEA's sustainabil…
 
Learn about words that are both masculine AND feminine in Spanish with the salsa song La cura by Frankie Ruiz. You'll also learn an easy hack for how to form adverbs--words that describe actions. Show Notes: https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/98 Links Sign up to be a show supporter at learnspanishconsalsa.com/support and get transcripts and exclu…
 
Norman Jardine, DG HR&Security, presents the early results of the 3-month in-house consultation towards the Commission’s HR strategy due for early 2021. The Staff expressed engagement and concern on their working conditions and well being under COVID, on attracting (and keeping) talent, on career structure, on diversity and inclusion, on leadership…
 
Rachel Monk turns students' mockery into an opportunity to promote a collection for everyone. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. Editable PD Certificate Presentation: Right to Read ALA’s Freedom to Read Statement The Case for Children’s Rights to Read NCTE’s Position Statements ALA: School…
 
Introduction Even if it doesn’t appeal to you, you might want to think about it when you work in a larger microservice landscape or have a serious big data platform…Proof data consistency in a microservice landscape. When we google this subject I already get 1.2 MLN results so there’s something going on here. To ensure data consistency several prac…
 
This November sees the 25th anniversary of the UK Disability Discrimination Act. As we consider what contemporary progress has been made we'll uncover the long history of disabled people’s political activism, look back at the treatment of disabled people in Royal Courts and at fictional portrayals of disability in 19th-century novels from Dickens a…
 
Ben Paul, Regional Vice President w/ AMC Mortgage joins us this week to talk about the historically low rates we have in the market today. Where does he see this going, and what effect is it having on the market – all that and more on this episode! [2:39] Mortgage and Lending w/ Ben Paul Sign up for alerts – Text “OKRealtors” to 95577. Send us your…
 
The boys reenter the world of the Seven Deadly Sins with a discussion of ‘Wrath’ in Thai culture. What’s the angle? Well, here is Ed’s theory: every society has roughly the same amount of total anger, but in the West negative feelings are expressed in small amounts over time. However, in Thai culture, where there is pressure to always say ‘mai pen …
 
From East Africa to Arabia, the First World War to Mozambique, Rana Mitter discusses the impact of war on society and culture. Margaret MacMillan's most recent book is called War: How Conflict Shaped Us and takes a deep dive into the history of conflict. Rob Johnson considers what we gain by exploring the overlooked side of Lawrence of Arabia - his…
 
How much do you keep up with the news and issues back in your ‘home’ country? Where do you go for updates on subjects that affect you, like new law proposals and policy changes? American Citizens Abroad is an apolitical organisation, on a mission to educate and advocate for US citizens living and working overseas, from expat voting rights to citize…
 
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