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Best Expatriate podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Expatriate podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Hear from expat families and experts around the world. Learn how to get visas, make money, find jobs and resettle abroad. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what everyday life with kids is really like in different countries, and get the answers you need to go from day dreaming to international move making... Because life is too short to settle! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Four Seas One Family focuses exclusively on adjustments to life overseas as an expat, immigrant or migrant. Learn from the insights our host and guests bring that will assist in constructing a clear understanding of how being a global citizen can help people from different backgrounds learn more about themselves and appreciate that we all have something to learn from each other.
 
As expats, we travel but we aren't ONLY travelers. You won't hear as much about trekking through jungles as you will about trekking through traffic to the market. This is a podcast for those who are doing the daily grind in a foreign land (or for those who want to know more about life overseas). If you ARE living abroad, you know the average day is anything but ordinary. Join us every other week as we chat with expat women from around the globe who are embracing the joys AND the trials of ta ...
 
Living Unconventionally is a podcast featuring weekly interviews with digital nomads, full-time travelers, entrepreneurs, and a variety of other people who have ditched their desk and decided to chase their passions around the world. We discuss their travel stories, how they find deals on travel, how living in an unconventional way has improved their life, how they fund their travels, and how they make money when on the road.
 
America burnt him out, so he moved to Budapest with his Hungarian wife, 5 year-old son, and his 11 year-old dog Zoltan. Being a lifelong musician, activist, and scholar, Christopher Robin Cox enjoys unscripted conversations, stories, and calling it like he sees it. Burnt Out in Budapest is a no-holds-barred deep dive into all things politics, culture, environment, and music. Frequent guests, as well as themed monologues, you never really know what you are going to get. All the music on the p ...
 
This is the story of two brothers who are guest workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. One goes off on an adventure, meets a Saudi prince, and ends up dead. The other will stop at nothing to find out why his brother had to die. Accompanied by his wife, he begins a search across three continents for his brother’s killer. His hunt takes him into a trap where he, like his brother before him, becomes caught in the middle of the struggle between the pre-Al Qaeda fundamentalist Saudis and the mor ...
 
Is it better to marry expatriates? See doctor Farhana's answer !! Many of you ask questions about different problems through comments. I try to answer the important questions. Although it is not possible to answer all questions. So from now on we will try to answer the most important question by video. So that others with you also benefit. Doctor: Farhana If you do not like the podcast for any reason, then you can give dislikes without unnecessary comments. If you like it and do not forget t ...
 
Cosmopolitanism, derived from the ancient Greek for ‘world citizenship’, offers a radical alternative to nationalism, asking individuals to imagine themselves as part of a community that goes beyond national and linguistic boundaries. Recent years have seen an explosion of interest in cosmopolitanism in the humanities and social sciences, especially within philosophy, sociology and politics. Cosmopolitanism, however, has also exercised a shaping influence on modern literary culture. It is we ...
 
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Our returning pal, Joshua Cutchin brings along the co-author of his latest project, Timothy Renner of the Strange Familiars Podcast, to dive deep into said project: Where The Footprints End - High Strangeness & the Bigfoot Phenomenon Vol 1. Folklore.Get more from Josh @ www.joshuacutchin.comCheck out Tim's podcast @ www.strangefamiliars.com…
 
Let's welcome KB, friend of the show, the last true romantic, and technically an adult. 00:50 "I'm gonna hug so many people!" 06:50 KB learning how to have a work-life balance as a teacher. "No matter how weird something is it can become normal very quickly." 13:45 "Middle year students, particularly in year seven and eight, have so many questions …
 
Are you in need of some positivity "in these uncertain times"? We have that covered. Today we are finally sharing Tara's interview with the wonderful Andy. Come for his story of getting a teaching job in Jordan 38 years ago despite thinking it might be a scam, stay because he is a delight. 05:36 "I don't think in all my years of traveling that I ha…
 
Bruce R. Fenton is a British multidisciplinary scientific researcher and media personality. Born in the historic English town of Cheltenham, England, he studied Information Systems at Anglia Ruskin University before working in global finance and real estate.Fenton, is an explorer best known for his expeditions to megalithic constructions in the Ecu…
 
Il y a quelques semaines, j'ai acheté des billets d'avion pour mes vacances d'été. Avant, ce moment était toujours un plaisir, la 1ère étape avant de découvrir un nouveau pays ou d'aller me reposer au soleil. Mais cette fois, après avoir cliqué sur le bouton «Valider», j'ai ressenti un sentiment bien différent : la culpabilité. Aujourd'hui, tout le…
 
Today's guest, Phoenix Aurelius, is a self-taught Spagyrist who has been practicing and teaching the Alchemical Arts & Sciences since 2005. One of his highest stated goals is reconstructing Spagyric Theory, Philosophy, Practice, & Pharmacopoeia for the 21st Century.He runs the Phoenix Aurelius Research Academy, which offers courses, materials, and …
 
Angela J. Davis, professor of law at AU's Washington College of Law, is an expert in criminal law and procedure with a specific focus on prosecutorial power and racism in the criminal justice system. Davis previously served as director of the D.C. Public Defender Service, where she began as a staff attorney representing indigent juveniles and adult…
 
Today we're talking about a new documentary called The Medicine, which chronicles the entire journey of a true Amazonian ayahuasca retreat, with a level of detail I've yet to see anywhere else. The film follows former NFL safety, Kerry Rhodes, and actress, AnnaLyne McCord, as they both seek out shamanic healing for their own reasons.Having spent ma…
 
Il y a six ans, j'ai quitté mon pays natal, la France, pour aller vivre en Pologne. Aujourd'hui, je me rends compte à quel point tout a été facile : je n'ai pas eu besoin de visa, j'ai trouvé du travail rapidement, les Polonais m'ont accueilli à bras ouverts. Bref, on m'a traité comme un «expatrié». Mais si j'avais été ukrainien ou vietnamien, les …
 
Wherever you currently find yourself in the world, it’s no secret that all our lives have been affected by the Covid 19 pandemic. Our circumstances and situations might be different, but in an effort to create some solidarity between us we are starting a new mini-series titled “This Global Pandemic.” Each episode will have an interview with a new e…
 
Some combination of intuition and ancestral advising led Ras Ben to investigate the Yellow Fever Pandemic that hit Philadelphia in 1793, and how closely it rhymes with the times today. What he found was a microcosm of corruption and conspiracy that had yet to really be unearthed in the modern day, yet shares so many similarities when it comes to pl…
 
Expats: How do to become a precious asset to any employer. Especially when you move to a foreign country. Ana struggles to find a job in Germany, despite a PhD and an EU passport. Together we figure out how she discovers employers pain points and use them to her advantage. More: immigrantspirit.comBy Chris Pyak
 
Christian theologians in the Pacific Islands see culture as the grounds on which one understands God. In God is Samoan: Dialogues Between Culture and Theology in the Pacific (University of Hawai‘i Press, 2020), Matt Tomlinson engages in an anthropological conversation with the work of “contextual theologians,” exploring how the combination of Pacif…
 
In this episode I had a delightful and wide-ranging discussion with Canadian expat Heather Keagan. She teaches English as a foreign language to people of all ages here in Budapest. She's also passionate about mental health and has a great sense of humor. We get into everything from how Budapest has changed over the years, to the strange toilets we …
 
Dr. Bramhall tells her tale in The Most Revolutionary Act: Memoir of an American Refugee which describes how FBI harassment led a 54 year old psychiatrist, single mother activist, to close her 25 year Seattle practice to begin a new life in New Zealand. It begins by describing the fifteen years of covert harassment she experienced when she used her…
 
Here at Taking Route, we desire to make you feel like you are welcomed and belong in this expat community. We want you to be able to see your story and your expat experience reflected in this space. However, we know we can do so much better at having more perspectives and voices in order to more accurately represent expat life. In this episode, we …
 
"Every morning of my life in the past few years I would wake with the thought, I’m a murderer. I have no right to enjoy life.” Evan Pederick speaking to psychiatrist William Barclay in prison about what lead him to confess to the Hilton bombing. In 1978, Evan Pederick, a naive 22-year-old in the thrall of a radical religious movement, Ananda Marga,…
 
Le 25 mai 2020, à Minneapolis aux États-Unis, un homme, George Floyd, est mort asphyxié par un policier durant ce qui devait être une simple arrestation. Ce nouveau cas de violence policière contre un citoyen afro-américain a provoqué des réactions non seulement aux États-Unis, mais dans le monde entier, derrière le slogan "Black lives matter". En …
 
Gary Lachman is the author of twenty-one books on topics ranging from the evolution of consciousness to literary suicides, popular culture and the history of the occult. He has written a rock and roll memoir of the 1970s, biographies of Aleister Crowley, Rudolf Steiner, C. G. Jung, Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Emanuel Swedenborg, P. D. Ouspensky, and…
 
During this pandemic, we expats have fallen into one of two categories: those who stayed and those who left. Expats who made the decision to evacuate their host country have undoubtedly faced some very unique challenges in leaving and finding a new normal in their passport country. In this episode Denise interviews Alicia about her family’s decisio…
 
How do you get a job if you cannot leave the house? Shannon Digby had bad luck. She moved from New Zealand to Germany - just to be stuck in her flat, days after her arrival. I let you eavedrop while I coach Shannon. Together we figure out how you reach the decision makers behind a job ad - when you cannot leave the house. This method is respectful.…
 
How do you get a job if you cannot leave the house? Shannon Digby had bad luck. She moved from New Zealand to Germany - just to be stuck in her flat, days after her arrival. I let you eavedrop while I coach Shannon. Together we figure out how you reach the decision makers behind a job ad - when you cannot leave the house. Let me help you get a job:…
 
Criminal responsibility is a key-organizing concept of the criminal law, but Arlie Loughnan argues that it needs re-examination. Focusing on the Australian experience, Self, Others and the State: Relations of Criminal Responsibility (Cambridge University Press, 2020) questions assumptions about the rise and prominence of criminal responsibility fro…
 
Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
Nassim Haramein is the founder of the Resonance Science Foundation, and has spent more than 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology and chemistry as well as anthropology and archeology.His course at ResonanceScience.org is now free to all. Check out torustech.com for …
 
Just as the world was coming to grips with the seriousness of COVID-19 and countries were locking down, parts of China were getting over the worst of the pandemic and life was beginning to return to normal. This was the case when we recorded this interview with Mauricio ‘Momo’ Estrella, an Ecuadorian digital designer based in Shanghai with his wife…
 
Christian Westbrook AKA Ice Age Farmer, joins THC to talk all things food. He tells us about the history of Rockefeller food, the latest level-change to AgTech, & the signs that let us know that there might be some major breaks in the food supply as a result of the COVID-19 response.Links:http://www.iceagefarmer.comhttp://thevictoryseed.org/https:/…
 
Jenilee Goodwin opens up with us about the stressful intense time in her life that included a tough medical diagnosis, family issues, cancer and the quick death of her mother-in-law, putting her girls in boarding school for the first time-- all of that on top of regular expat stresses, expectations, and responsibilities. These combined circumstance…
 
If you're familiar with Nassim Haramein's Resonance Science Foundation, you might also be familiar with William Brown. William is a biophysicist and research scientist at the Resonance Science Foundation where he performs theoretical development and experimental research to better understand the physics of complex, self-organizing systems, particul…
 
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