Best Ljubljana podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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How technologies are healing healthcare around the world.
 
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The Tipsy Archives
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The Podcast where we drink too much wine and gossip about the past- art, history, religion, weirdos, scandal, murder and inbred royalty.
 
Books Against Time
 
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Aquarium Drunkard
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Los Angeles Based MP3 & Music Blog
 
A figure skating podcast to satisfy all of your skating news, analysis, and recap needs. Run by lifelong skaters and skating fans, Alicia and Mary.Get ready to jump right in to the nitty gritty details of what’s happened this week in figure skating.
 
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The Fluent Show
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Learn a Language...Or Maybe Three!I'm Kerstin from Fluent Language, and together with my co-host Lindsay from Lindsay does Languages, I'm 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.Please take 5 minutes to take our Fluent Show survey! (https://goo.gl/forms/zUObpMQZQbxuzb9n1)In this show, we share stories, news, tips, and ideas that will make you fluent...eventually. Su ...
 
This is Slovenology the podcast, hosted by Slovenia's most enthusiastic expat resident, American professor and best-selling author, Noah Charney. Everything you wanted to know about the world's best country, Slovenia--and a few things you didn't realize you wanted to know.
 
Are you the type of traveler who loves to get off the beaten path? Then the Postcard Academy travel podcast is for you. Each week, this show features people who packed up everything to start a new adventure in another part of the world. You'll get their insider travel recommendations on the best food and cultural experiences in the most interesting places around the globe. You'll also discover travel hacks to find cheap flights and travel deals, and hear personal expat stories that offer gui ...
 
A conversation with Karmen Sotošek Štular, M.Sc., head of the Digital Library Department of the National and University Library in Ljubljana, SloveniaA conversation about the digitalization of material and how the National and University Library resolves copyright issues when it attempts to make its material available on the Web. The second part of the conversation took place a year after the first in order to get a deeper look into the development of the project.---------------------------- ...
 
Peter Stamer : ON PRACTICE – AN ACRONYM (O PRAKSI – AKRONIM)Following three examples of his recent projects he is in involved in, Peter Stamer will provide some insight in his PRACTICE: a concept understood as PERFORMATIVE RESEARCH AND CHOREOGRAPHIC TOOLS IN CONTEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTS. In his presentation, Peter wants to to look at the following stakes:1) what is PERFORMATIVE RESEARCH? in contemporary performance practice? (The question of KNOWLEDGE in theory and practice);2) what can be unde ...
 
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The latest interview episode in English features Ljubljana food gurus. Luka and Valentina Novak are cookbook authors, publishers and hosts of a popular cooking TV show, Ljubezen Gre Skozi Zelodec. Lior Kochavy is an Israeli expat who founded Odprta Kuhna, the hugely popular Friday lunchtime food fair in Ljubljana. Alexander Nino Ruiz and his wi ...…
 
Chris Johnson is a Children’s Anaesthetist with 30 years of experience in clinical practice. Chris was the medical lead for the healthcare IT transformation of the Perth Children’s Hospital in Australia, which was planned after the institution relocated into a new building, approximately 10 years ago. In the end, the robotics system was bought, ...…
 
Last week’s episode was all about setting goals and designing more freedom into your life. I’m happy to say, that I have actually taken action and filled out the business plan template that Natalie shared with us — you can find that at postcardacadey.co/freedomplan Even if you have no plans to start a business this year, it’s still a handy tool ...…
 
Gunn’s first Lagniappe session found him taking on the melancholic art-pop of the Smiths. For his second, he decamped to Gold Diggers recording studio in East Hollywood to record a cover of his frequent collaborator Michael Chapman’s “Among the Trees” (Gunn produced Chapman’s forthcoming True North) and the Misfit’s “Astro Zombies,” which swaps ...…
 
Michael Manske is a radio journalist from the United States who has been living in Maribor, Slovenia for more than a decade. What happens when two American expats in love with Slovenia (and with their Slovenians wives) hang out for the first time? This episode is part of a series of interviews, 12 in English and 12 in Slovene, led by Noah Charn ...…
 
It's January, time for new year's resolutions and long weeks waiting for pay cheques. Please take 5 minutes to take our Fluent Show survey! If you're finding yourself motivated but broke this month, don't worry! I've got your back because this week I'm answering the question: What are ways to immerse in the language without traveling or spendin ...…
 
It's January, time for new year's resolutions and long weeks waiting for pay cheques. Please take 5 minutes to take our Fluent Show survey! If you're finding yourself motivated but broke this month, don't worry! I've got your back because this week I'm answering the question: What are ways to immerse in the language without traveling or spendin ...…
 
This week, we're doing an overview of two recent National competitions - both the South Korean and Chinese National Championships. We discuss how difficult Korea's ranking competitions can be for the top skaters competing at Nationals, gush over new programs from the Chinese pairs, and take a look at some of the up-and-coming skaters from both ...…
 
Fred and Toody Cole are predominantly cited for their contributions to the DIY aesthetic—and for good reason, considering how they were basically pressing records themselves in the woods outside Portland for many years—but there’s another [...] The post The Rats :: In A Desperate Red appeared first on Aquarium Drunkard.…
 
A closer look at one of our favorite titles from last year, Gloria Barnes’ Uptown is a super rare gem of killer 70s funk and soul. As the original pressing goes for over 3k on Discogs, it was mighty gracious of Ohio’s Colemine Records to dig this one out of obscurity (but hurry up, they’ve only got 5 copies left). Barnes hailed from Harlem, and ...…
 
German ambient artist Christian Grothe (who works under the pseudonym, Kryshe ) is set to release his next lp, Hauch, at the end of the month via Serein records. A whitecap of nocturnal atmosphere, the album’s title [...] The post Kryshe :: Hauch appeared first on Aquarium Drunkard.By Justin Gage.
 
Happy New Year! 🎇 Please take 5 minutes to take our Fluent Show survey! In this episode, I hung out with friend of the podcast Shannon Kennedy to talk about saying goodbye to an old year and welcoming a new one. Shannon is an accomplished language learner who's studied over 10 languages including French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Italian, and ...…
 
Happy New Year! 🎇 Please take 5 minutes to take our Fluent Show survey! In this episode, I hung out with friend of the podcast Shannon Kennedy to talk about saying goodbye to an old year and welcoming a new one. Shannon is an accomplished language learner who's studied over 10 languages including French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Italian, and ...…
 
In this English language episode of Slovenology, host Noah Charney interviews stand-up comic Perica Jerkovic about comedy, what Slovenians find funny, and watching basketball in the Luka Doncic era.By theartthief@gmail.com (Noah Charney).
 
New year, new you? Hopefully, yes! But forget New Year’s resolutions that feel like a punishment. How about designing a life in which you have the freedom to do what you love? (get started on postcardacademy.co) I am definitely focusing on this personally, and in 2019, in addition to world travelers and expats, I’ll be interviewing lifestyle ex ...…
 
5,264 words / 32:47 To listen in a player, click here. To download the mp3, right-click here and choose “save link as” or “save target as.” To subscribe to the CC podcast RSS feed, click here. Struggle: The Life & Lost Art of Szukalski (2018) Directed by Ireneusz Dobrowolski Written by Stephen Cooper & Ireneusz Dobrowolski I had never heard of ...…
 
The first episode of Faces of digital health offers a reflection on digital health in 2018, followed by a discussion on digital health in Malta. Because the country is small, the adoption of new solutions could be faster compared to bigger countries. Stefan Buttigieg, Specialist Trainee in Public Health Medicine with a special interest in Clini ...…
 
The Japanese ladies had almost as strong a field as the Russian ladies, and we discuss the many amazing skates we saw at Japanese nationals this year. We discuss some amazing triple Axels, skaters struggling with injury or coaching changes, and how heartbreaking it is when a skater's best still isn't enough for the podium. Plus, we take a quick ...…
 
We begin our recap of this year's Japanese Nationals with the men, and discuss our favourite step sequence of the competition, the quad troubles a lot of the men were having, and which other skaters we would love to see make a come back. Plus, we take a quick look at the Ice Dance event.
 
And finally we recap the men of Russian Nationals, who had a very up and down event. We discuss our excitement over the return of Kovtun and his upcoming presence at Europeans, the ailments of both Voronov and Kolyada, and are cautiously optimistic about the future of some skaters who were only able to showcase one solid program at this competi ...…
 
We return from our Christmas break to discuss the rest of Russian Nationals, starting with the ice dance. We discuss how close we think it is between the top two teams, our disappointment that Zagorski/Guerreiro were never able to have a fully clean free dance, and which teams off of the podium we've excited to see do a Broadway themed RD next ...…
 
Best of London episode! I realized recently that even though I’ve been an American expat in London for nearly eight years, I hardly ever talk about my favorite city. My website — postcardacademy.co — is filled with photos and travel guides for other places I've visited around the world. I want to share more about London with you, starting with ...…
 
Russia has a history of producing some of the best ever pairs skaters, and the entrants in this year's nationals fit right in. We revel in seeing teams finally skate up to their full potential, try to figure out what types of programs would work best for some up and coming teams, and go on a lengthy tangent about Tamara Moskvina's talent for un ...…
 
National championships season is starting, and what better way to start our full recaps of national competitions than with the Russian ladies! This was an amazing and exciting competition, and we break down how the competition's youngest skaters were able to dominate, discuss who might get the coveted spots to Europeans and Worlds, and admire j ...…
 
Thank you so much for listening and subscribing to the Postcard Academy this year. If you’re a fan of this podcast and are feeling generous this year, leaving a review of this show on Apple Podcasts would be a wonderful Christmas present to me. Here’s how to leave a review. Or, you could become a patron of this podcast, which I produce voluntar ...…
 
In 2012, right after finishing his PhD in neurobiology, Martin Inderbitzin got a rare type of pancreatic cancer. He found his strength in another patient's story. Martin's doctor told him about another young man, who survived and was now skiing in the mountains. For the doctor that was an anecdote, for Martin a mantra that kept his spirits up, ...…
 
Rachel talks about the American Civil war and the effect it had on Christmas. The winter holiday wasn't always in favour and was even banned by the Pilgrims in the 1600s.
 
It's so annoying when you say a word in your target language and you're 100% SURE it's going to mean one thing...and then it turns out to mean something completely different. Ugh, awkward! When those words look the same as your native words, you've hit upon false friends. They're a common frustration in language learning, and in this episode I' ...…
 
It's so annoying when you say a word in your target language and you're 100% SURE it's going to mean one thing...and then it turns out to mean something completely different. Ugh, awkward! When those words look the same as your native words, you've hit upon false friends. They're a common frustration in language learning, and in this episode I' ...…
 
We rewind a bit to look back on last week's Challenger event, the Golden spin of Zagreb, and discuss why it's vitally important for the ISU to have a concussion protocol, how much more important GOE can be than levels in ice dance this year, and speculate on how Kolyada's health has impacted his skating this season. Plus, we take a look at the ...…
 
My guest today is Kaelene Spence, who writes the blog Unlocking Kiki, a very useful resource for anyone thinking of moving or traveling to Iceland — and she puts together travel itineraries, too. Kaelene is an American who now lives in Iceland with her husband and baby boy. On this episode, she shares how she ended up in the northernmost capita ...…
 
What mistakes are entrepreneurs making? Why does the US seem like a better starting point compared to Europe in the early stages? How to look for support in the most initial stages of a company? In this episode: digital health investments and opportunities for startups. The speaker in this episode Jack van Lint. He is the Corporate Finance Dire ...…
 
This week, my guest on the podcast is Cara Leopold, an English teacher who focuses on helping her students enjoy TV and films in English by improving their listening skills. Some of Cara's top tips: Don’t mess around with TV and films initially. They're more challenging than many of us like to admit, and it can be disheartening even at B levels ...…
 
This week, my guest on the podcast is Cara Leopold, an English teacher who focuses on helping her students enjoy TV and films in English by improving their listening skills. Some of Cara's top tips: Don’t mess around with TV and films initially. They're more challenging than many of us like to admit, and it can be disheartening even at B levels ...…
 
The junior pairs event at the Final was a preview of all the amazing teams to come at Russian nationals, and we discuss some of the best side by side jumps being done by pairs at any level here, our excitement at the potential future of some of the younger skaters in this event, and just what consequences a bad twist can have for a pairs skater.…
 
The junior dance event at the Final was a nailbiter, and we discuss just how close the top four teams were to each other and the title, the relative difficulty of the Argentine Tango pattern to the Tango Romantica, and just how devastating a foot down in your pattern can be in a dance field this deep.…
 
The junior men at the Grand Prix Final had a pretty strong event, and we discuss our sadness over Pulkinen's rough free skate, our awe seeing Gogolev's growth in competition over the years, and why Hiwatashi had one of our favourite jump elements of the entire Final.
 
The junior ladies were our most anticipated event of this Grand Prix Final, and they put on quite the show! We discuss our awe over the maturity of Kostornaia's skating, how little points a poor quad Lutz attempt can get you, and speculate on just who will be on the podium at Russian junior and senior nationals.…
 
There were a lot of new faces at the Grand Prix Final in ice dance, which led to an exciting competition. We discuss our feelings about the changes made to Hubbell/Donohue's free dance, how Sinitsina/Katsalapov have been able to thrive this season, and how Stepanova/Bukin's Tango Romantica issues kept them from the podium here.…
 
With Hanyu missing due to injury, the men at the Grand Prix Final were all in an exciting fight for the podium, and we break down Brezina's resurgence, Cha's amazing consistency, and question just what Uno can do to get his jumps under control and defeat the top men in the world.
 
The senior pairs at the Grand Prix final had a lot of ups and downs, and we break down how James/Cipres can avoid short program throw issues that have them coming from behind, why a double Salchow is the only thing keeping Peng/Jin from perfection, and how tough it is to be a Russian pair team under the pressure of expectation.…
 
The Grand Prix season is over! In our first of eight recaps of the final, we break down an intense senior ladies field, and discuss the consistency of Samodurova, compare the jump exits of Kihira and Zagitova, and lament Miyahara's low PCS scores.
 
What is an expat, anyway? On this episode, we define what an expat is and how to become one. I hand over the mic to Gemma Thompson, who interviews me on my travel journey to moving abroad. This interview first aired on Gemma’s podcast: A Girl’s Guide to Travelling Alone. I featured Gemma on the Postcard Academy’s Solo Travel episode. She is abs ...…
 
In November 2018, Associated Press shocked the global medical community with a news from China: A Chinese researcher claimed that he helped make the world’s first genetically edited babies. He edited the genes of twins with CRISPR/Cas9 technology, with the aim to make the babies resistant to possible future infection with HIV, the AIDS virus. T ...…
 
What's more frustrating than speaking at intermediate level, where we stutter and stumble over words, and leave....lo o o o o ng...um....gaps in sentences because the words just won't come into our brains. This week on the show, I'm answering a listener question from Elisabeth who is stuck in that dilemma. She says: My tutor says I'm very close ...…
 
What's more frustrating than speaking at intermediate level, where we stutter and stumble over words, and leave....lo o o o o ng...um....gaps in sentences because the words just won't come into our brains. This week on the show, I'm answering a listener question from Elisabeth who is stuck in that dilemma. She says: My tutor says I'm very close ...…
 
In this special preview episode we discuss both the Junior and Senior entrants in all four disciplines at the Grand Prix Final and break down the strength of the Russian junior skaters, how open some of the fields are in this post-Olympics season, and the pressure on the Canadian entrants skating at a home GPF.…
 
Enough with Florence and Siena already. You should be walking the medieval walls of Lucca; eating aperitivo in Pisa; sipping Chianti at Castello di Brolio; or lounging by the sea in San Vicenzo. On this episode, Toni Mazzaglia, founder of the food tour company Taste Florence, and I recap our recent road trip through Tuscany. After interviewing ...…
 
The last ladies event of the Grand Prix was a tight one, and we break down the possible benefit of Rika Kihira having a not totally clean skate, our anguish over three different ladies who competed here and who were only alternates to the final, and we try to foresee how the rest of the season might go for the Japanese and Russian ladies who ar ...…
 
In the broadest possible sense, patient centricity is a mental shift from WHAT is done for the patient in the healthcare system, to HOW things are done. The HOW may include the used technology but also includes the environment. Walter Werzowa - Austrian composer, producer, and owner of LA-based music production studio Musikvergnuegen, and prof. ...…
 
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