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Life as an international in Denmark, one of the world's most homogenous countries, isn't always easy. In Denmark’s longest-running English-language podcast, Kay Xander Mellish, an American who has lived in Denmark for more than a decade, offers tips for enjoying your time in “the world’s happiest country” plus insights on Danish culture and how to build friendships with Danes.
 
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Susanna The Nordic Mum Podcast host, mother, blogger and lover of all things Nordic unravels what it means coming from the Nordic countries. Susanna loves talking about how to hug the Nordic way of life using Scandinavia as an example. She explores why Scandinavian countries and people seem to be the most content in the world and why they top the charts when measured on trust, gender, work-life balance and happiness. Her aim is to motivate you to live your life with a hint of Nordic Simplici ...
 
Browse all our current episodes, as well as pre-register for upcoming podcasts as we’re joined by eCommerce experts spanning a variety of interesting backgrounds. Plug in at your leisure for the latest thought leadership topics for your eCommerce brand to help you keep abreast of the industry and pick up those all important marginal gains to help you continue to grow! Find out more at https://www.segmentify.com/ecommerce-growth-show
 
Nordic media, marketing, tech startups and digital culture - the Nordic Future Makers podcast talks to the people and the companies who are doing great things in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Iceland and the Nordic leaders who are doing great things in other parts of the world too. Hosted by Nick Burcher, the Nordic Future Makers podcast asks about what is happening now and what's happening next. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Sharing the History of The Viking Age, one podcast at a time. We are covering the History of Scandinavia during the Viking Age. We're exploring Raiding, Trading and Settlement of Scandinavians abroad as well as the culture and society of the Norse homelands. Join us to learn more than you ever thought you wanted to know about the people, for better or worse, history knows as the Vikings.
 
The definitive podcast about what it's really like to live in Stockholm, Sweden. Told from the perspective of 2 American expats (one who is half Swedish), you'll get to know the amazing, the bizarre and best kept secrets of the capital of Scandinavia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In 19th century Scandinavia, faeries are real. The beginning of the industrial revolution means society is encroaching on the wild lands, and the denizens of the deep dark woods are not happy about it. Those with “The Sight” can see faeries and other magical creatures, and they are humanities only hope to stop a bloody backlash.
 
“Viking Story” explores elements of the Viking world that I had to consider when writing my fictional Viking novel. For an overview of many Viking themes, from religion to law, from exploration of the New World to the history of the Viking homelands themselves, this podcast will look into the culture of the Vikings and answer many questions concerning who the Vikings actually were. My name is Alan Laycock-Fuchs and I am an archaeologist, historian, and scholar with unique insight into the Vi ...
 
Diaries of the Wild Ones is a collection of adventure tales shared by Aaron Shanks and the people he meets around the World. With an appetite for the unique and pushing themselves to the limits, these tales from the road, recorded on the road, will have you on the edge of your seat. Focusing on the weird, wonderful and sometimes scary elements of adventure travel both at home and abroad, it’s as much about the journey as it is getting home in one piece.
 
My name is Ina Wroldsen and I am in your ear to tell you about HEX The Podcast. I’ll be talking to you about myself, my creative process and what inspired my new EP, which is also called HEX. This solo project of mine has been a long time coming. I grew up behind the scenes, where, for the past 10 years, I made a career writing music and lyrics for other artists. I got to dive undisturbed into the art of song writing, work with such talented people and experience both failings and success, a ...
 
Fireside Folktales is a collaborative show that takes myths and legends from around the world and breathes life back into them, transforming them into single-season audio fiction performances. Each story is created by a different writer. Do you have a story that you want to tell? Get in touch with us! We’re looking for stories from all over the world, especially myths from regions such as Africa, South Asia, Scandinavia, Russia, South America, and more! Fireside Folktales is here to help you ...
 
Manufacturing Tomorrow is a podcast series brought to you by the Ohio Manufacturing Institute at The Ohio State University. Featuring the perspectives of manufacturing leaders, we focus on the advanced manufacturing innovations, solutions and partnerships that exist in our region now and that will propel industry in the future. Our guests include the unsung heroes of advanced manufacturing, from company C-suite executives and engineers to industry-facing academics, supportive government agen ...
 
Nordic By Nature is inspired by the Norwegian philosopher Arne Naess, who coined the term Deep Ecology. Each episode is spacious, mindful soundscape, created for you to listen with your headphones. Transcripts available on imaginarylife.net/podcast and foundnature.org/podcast
 
Beowulf is a long narrative poem composed in Old English some time in between the 8th and 11th century AD. The only surviving manuscript that contains the poem is preserved in the British Library and it too was badly damaged by fire in 1731. It is considered to be the oldest surviving work of poetry in English and one of the rare pieces of vernacular European literature that has survived since Medieval times. A prince arrives to rid a neighboring country of a terrible monster. He mortally wo ...
 
I believe that museums are one of the best ways to discover a place, whether it’s your first time visiting or you’ve lived there your whole life. Join me on this adventure as I get to know the world….one museum as a time. I’m your host, Hannah Hethmon, and in each episode I visit a different museum to discover its stories, discuss challenges and triumphs with fascinating museum professionals (and volunteers), and get to know each season’s country, state, or region through it museums. Interes ...
 
Music for the mature mind: Russ and Mike discuss recent classical and jazz releases from their secret mountain lair in Japan. Find something new to listen to each week with complete release info and streaming links to Spotify, Apple Music, and our episode playlist on Deezer. Contact us at: adultmusicpodcast@gmail.com
 
Open the doors to medieval history! Discussions on history of the medieval period of the world, specifically Europe and Scandinavia. Hosted by Wendy Jordan, MPhil (Master's) in archeology from Cambridge University (UK) and BA in history from the University of Oklahoma. Produced by RDG Communications. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/randy-gibson8/support
 
Between The Mountains delivers researched, in-depth interviews, captivating expeditions, and expert advice for must-do adventures in the world of Adventure Travel! Asking deeper questions avoiding the generic narrative, you can check out topics from mindset to motives, expeditions to landscapes, and culture to climate. https://betweenthemountains.org/
 
Hardly any other producer managed to position himself on top of the world’s DJ Elite in such a short amount of time and no one influenced the global electro- house sound as Klaas. By doing remixes for Dimitri Vegas, Guru Josh, Erick Morillo, Stromae, DJ Antoine, Klaas put himself onto the map. The foundation was laid with “Micha Moors – Space”. Klaas’ remixes became famous all over the world and weren’t just highly successful within the German Dance Charts and Beatport during several weeks, ...
 
An unashamedly Jewish comedy chat show where all are welcome! Jew Talkin' To Me? is hosted by award winning comedians, Rachel Creeger and Philip Simon, and produced by Russell Balkind. Each show features two guests from the entertainment industry sharing their views on a variety of topics connected to modern Jewish life in a secular world, as well as their memories of growing up Jewish. Both Philip and Rachel are well known as Jewish comedians on both the mainstream and community circuit and ...
 
We bring you surprising stories of science, history and innovation from 63 Degrees North, the home of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Listen as we explore the mysteries of the polar night, the history of Viking raiders, and how geologists and engineers are working to save the planet, one carbon dioxide molecule at a time — and more. Take a journey to Europe's outer edge for fascinating tales and remarkable discoveries. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa ...
 
I planned for 2 years to take a break in my life taking an inspiration from people different part of the world whom I met in south east Asia. They changed the way how I should be living my life. I want to share those stories with you.. it’s extremely a peaceful, funny, happy and words cannot explain. Am going to share about it and make you happy if I can :)
 
The Taxcast is a monthly podcast/radio show from the Tax Justice Network sizzling with the latest developments in the corrupt world of tax havens, financial secrecy and tax dodging. We explore these most challenging ethical and economic issues of our times, with transformational economic analysis you won’t hear anywhere else.
 
Essential listening for anyone who cares about the printed word and developments in publishing. From independent publications, new forms of print media and graphic novels to little-known niche magazines, ‘The Stack’ is Monocle’s take on the world of print, focusing on everything from the glossiest fashion title to the grittiest local newspaper.
 
What is typically Nordic? What characterizes our history, development and who we are today? Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing has grown up in a village of Aurdal, in the valley of Valdres where centuries old folk music tradition had influenced and inspired composers such as Grieg, Ole Bull and Halvorsen. The so called ‘Nordic sound’ is strongly inspired by nature, moods and changes. Everything from the northern lights, to deep mountains and valleys, to water. The lyrical, melancholic and ...
 
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Zach Douglas is a North American Product Manager at QleanAir Scandinavia. He is responsible for US product management, including moving the company’s supply chain from Europe to North America and scaling the company to meet rapid growth. Prior to that role, he worked as an Operational Excellence Manager for Outdoor Living based in Columbus, Ohio, a…
 
In this episode I have a pair of wooden skis. They take me to hear stories about a world famous skier - speaking face to face with his son at a Safari park. Thank you to Seth Masia at the International Skiing History Association, Peter Lang at Safari West, Antiquities Warehouse and the Colorado Snowsports Museum. Theme song for Object Obscura is ‘B…
 
There's a distinctively dreadful chill in the air that all expats in Sweden fear: winter is on its way. The guys talk about the impending white doom, but Sean has to vent about how annoying that sun is this time of year. It's confusing, but it makes sense. Rodney, meanwhile, is going to the car tire hotel to make his seasonal swap and checking his …
 
How do user interactions shape content algorithms? Are vulnerable people being purposefully targeted with harmful content? And how realistic is it that harmful content will be taken down before it causes harm? In this Online Safety Bill special series, Damian Collins MP unpacks the evidence heard from Laura Edelson, Guillaume Chaslot, and Renee diR…
 
Life in Norway Show Episode 57: Spanish architect Juan Herreros talks about the architectural choices of the controversial new Munch Museum in Oslo. I recently attended the press preview day of the new Munch museum. The striking building is the latest addition to Oslo’s ambitious Fjord City project, which is slowly transforming the waterfront of Os…
 
In this episode, we discuss recordings of “Stylus Phantasticus” by Tekla Cunningham (baroque violin) & Pacific Masterworks / Stephen Stubbs, “Beethoven: Complete Piano Concertos” by Krystian Zimerman (piano) & the London Symphony Orchestra / Sir Simon Rattle, “Sebastian Fagerlund: Nomade & WaterAtlas” by Nicolas Altstaedt (cello) & the Finnish Radi…
 
Things are… heating up… at the church as the Society uncover the secrets buried within the village of Kevik in this newest episode of The Sight. Michael DiMauro is the GM and storyteller, and he is joined by Veronica Escamilla-Brady as Dr. Araceli Delfina Cruz, Carly Shields as Astrid Jaeger, Justin Connell as Elijah Lord, and Bridgit Connell playi…
 
This week on ‘The Stack’ we speak with Jesse Ashlock, US editor and deputy global editorial director for ‘Condé Nast Traveler’. Plus: we welcome back Jeremy Leslie from Magculture to talk Magculture Live and Monocle’s Marie-Sophie Schwarzer reports from this year’s Frankfurter Buchmesse.By Monocle 24
 
In this episode I have an early 1900s pencil box with a drawing of Mother Goose on the top. We discuss the deep history behind this box and the multilayered stories of different school children who owned similar boxes. Thank you to Debbie Schaefer-Jacobs from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. Theme song for Object Obscura is ‘B…
 
In this episode Taxcast host Naomi Fowler discusses degrowth, rethinking economies and value in part 2 of her conversation with economic anthropologist Jason Hickel. Plus: the Pandora Papers - 3 things the latest offshore leak is showing us. Why some countries rejected the OECD's 15% minimum global corporate tax deal And, as COP26 begins in Scotlan…
 
Trying a ten year old beer is nothing compared to this weeks beers. Let's start with an 18 year old beer. Slottskällans Imperial Stout 2003 is a long forgotten beer from the past. Much sought after at the time, today it's a dusty relic of the past that holds up impressively well. Nils Oscar has been around in Sweden for a long time. This 19 year ol…
 
Life in Norway Show Episode 56: Moving to a new country has many challenges, but one that's not talked about so often is the psychology of adapting to a new way of life. On the latest episode of the Life in Norway Show, we dive into the psychological side of moving to Norway. I'm joined by Gabriela Sirbu from Migration of Emotion. Full Show Notes: …
 
I thought it was time to catch up again with Franck Attia, Managing Director at Adobe Nordic! We spoke last year and thought it would be good to check in again to discuss the latest developments in digital marketing in the Nordics. In this episode of the Nordic Future Makers podcast you will hear us discuss a wide range of topics including: The coo…
 
The guys are joined this week by Jeffrey Scott Brown - owner of Malmö-based South Plains Brewing Company. He talks about his journey from Oakland, California, to becoming a pastry chef in Paris and finally to being a craft brewer in southern Sweden. He also discusses how the craft scene has grown since he started, as well as his flagship beer festi…
 
While second-hand goods are considered poverty markers in many cultures, they’re mainstream in Denmark. The Danes are practical people – why should something be thrown out when it can be used again? And their passion for sustainability means it’s cool to reuse something that already exists instead of manufacturing something new. There is a network …
 
In this episode, we discuss recordings of “Mozart & Flute in Paris” by Emmanuel Pahud & the Orchestre de chambre de Paris / François Leleux, “Nielsen, Verhey and Françaix: Flute Concertos” by Joséphine Olech and the Odense Symphony Orchestra / Anna Skryleva, “Debussy, Nielsen, Lutosławski and Copland: Clarinet Concertos” by Blaž Šparovec & the Oden…
 
https://linktr.ee/betweenthemountains Jay is the host of 28 Summers and someone who 'lives adventurously'. What does this mean? Well, we'll dive into it within the podcast and the inspiring, stop-dead-in-your-tracks moment and reason behind it. But, it essentially means taking the joy and the lessons of adventure through micro-adventures over a wee…
 
For the sixth episode in the Inside Europe series, Damian Collins MP speaks with intelligence expert Alex Orlowski, author Jacopo Jacoboni, and Damian Tambini, Distinguished Policy Fellow in the Department of Media and Communications, to discuss Italian politics and ways in which Russian oligarchs and the American NRA influence the far right.…
 
This week and next we are going into the way back machine and trying a few beers from way in the past. Pannepot Grand Reserva is a classic beer that ages incredibly well. We are having the 2011 release. Ten years old and still holds up incredibly well. Prairie Artisan is known for their amazing stouts. The teamed up with Evil Twin to release Barrel…
 
‘In Hearts Wake’ front man Jake Taylor is not your ordinary metalcore vocalist, he is a survivalist and a primitive fire teacher with a deep love of, and connection to the natural world with a need to protect it. I myself am very proud of this episode as Jake really shows up in this podcast as the unique and powerful man he is.…
 
In this episode, we discuss recordings of “The Visionaries of Piano Music: Works by William Byrd & John Bull” by Kit Armstrong, “Arvo Pärt: Tabula Rasa” by Renaud Capuçon & the Orchestre de chambre de Lausanne, “Vasks: Oboe Concerto” Albrecht Mayer & the Latvian National Symphony Orchestra / Andris Poga, “The Upside of Down (Live at Birdland)” by J…
 
For the fifth episode in the Inside Europe series, Damian Collins MP speaks with Theophile Lenoir of Institut Montaigne and Rudy Reichstadt founder of ConspiracyWatch.info to discuss the state of democracy in France and how political parties are taking advantage of the spread of disinformation.
 
What’s that sound far from the sea? It’s a new episode of The Sight! Come and see, as The Society face further challenges intertwined Kevik’s mysterious disappearances. Michael DiMauro is the GM and storyteller, and he is joined by Veronica Escamilla-Brady as Dr. Araceli Delfina Cruz, Carly Shields as Astrid Jaeger, Justin Connell as Elijah Lord, a…
 
Hey guys - just wanted to let you know there is no episode this week. Due to the nature of this show - where I’m researching these episodes simultaneously, not all of the stories are complete. So I hope to release a new episode every Friday starting next week on October 15. If there are more developments then I’ll let you know in a future update ep…
 
Daði Freyr took the world by storm in 2019 with his hit single ‘Think About Things’. Set to sweep the Eurovision competition off its feet, the pandemic hindered the iconic win. With a second attempt at Eurovision in the 2021 competition, Freyr solidified himself as one of the most exciting up and coming acts from the region. In this episode, Daði F…
 
We start year 6 with a couple of new beers. Czech Republic is known for their classic style beers. Pilsners abound. We aren't having any of that. This is new world brewing and Zichovec has burst forth from Czech Republic with lots of new beers. Nectar of Happiness 17 is a NEIPA that shows that you can get more than just a standard pilsner. Evil Twi…
 
Sean is back in Stockholm while Rodney prepares for a day (or more) of traveling back. The two guys recount tales from their travels including rock beaches, supreme pizzas, beach bars and more. As usual, Rodney admits that he still hasn't started packing despite a departure in a matter of hours. I guess it's good to know that some things never chan…
 
In this episode, we discuss recordings of “Générations. Senaillé & Leclair: Sonates pour violon et clavecin” by Théotime Langlois de Swarte & William Christie, “Phidyle” by Kateřina Knězikova & Janaček Philharmonic Ostrava/Robert Jindra, “Nino Rota: Chamber Music” by Daishin Kashimoto, Emmanuel Pahud, Eric Le Sage, Paul Meyer, François Meyer, Gilbe…
 
In this episode I have a wooden fish decoy used for ice spear fishing. I then take a trip to Michigan to find some answers and I locate the man who collected hundreds of these decoys for more than twenty years. Thank you to Stephen Michaan and Brad Kimball. Voice acting done by Robert Anthony Peters Picture credits by Korina McNair Theme song for O…
 
Kevin Merrey is the producer and founder of SkyRise Productions, a brilliant production company chucking out some of the best adventure content! In this episode, joining me from the back of his van in a layby in the South East of England before heading out on a cycle, we talk Through Kevin's own adventures, the projects he's been working on, and so…
 
Why is Wikipedia not in the headlines for causing harm to users like Facebook is? How does a community based approach to content moderation work? What do top academics and the UK’s data regulator, the ICO, think of the draft Online Safety Bill? Damian Collins MP unpacks the evidence heard from Will Perrin, Dr Edina Harbinja, Prof. Clare McGlynn, So…
 
It's our 6th Anniversary. We can't believe it either. Martin and Stefan are in Copenhagen celebrating the release of Cantillon Blåbaer and Zwanze releases at the Amager and Drikbeer location. We take a few minutes away from the mini-festival to reflect on the past year and our beer drinking adventures. We're looking forward to the next year and hav…
 
Sitting with Laura Bingham was one of the most fun sessions I've had; my cheeks hurt by the end of it! This is the second of 2 late episodes from recording earlier in the year, with the newly recorded episodes coming on Friday. You must check out Laura's stuff, on her website and Instagram! https://www.laurabingham.org/ https://www.instagram.com/la…
 
Melissa Hadley is business planning manager at Koppers Inc., a Pittsburgh, PA, manufacturer of treated wood products, wood treatment chemicals and carbon compounds. Koppers serves a wide range of applications in a diverse global network of end-markets, including railroad, specialty chemical, residential lumber, agriculture and construction industri…
 
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