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Best 英語学習 podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best 英語学習 podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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This week’s ENW podcast reports on a fantastic new scheme from the Danish capital city of Copenhagen. Late last year the Copenhagen City government a introduced a radical plan to help improve the health of its citizens – free fruit trees! That’s right the city will plant thousands of new trees – that once ready – will be free for anyone who wishes …
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on three news stories from Nepal, Bougainville Island and Austria. The first story is uplifting news where one of the most endangered species in the world maybe about to turn a corner. Next ENW skips down to a Pacific island that is on the verge of becoming the newest country in the world. Before finally heading to E…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on a horrible developing situation in Chile – a country we were thrilled to have visited last year for ENW 358 & ENW 359. This week has seen growing violent clashes between government forces and ordinary Chilean citizens. Major cities such as Santiago and Concepcion have witnessed looting, rioting and police and mili…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on the dilemma facing New Zealand over its colonial past. This month is the 250th anniversary of the landing of Captain James Cook on the north-east shore of the country’s North Island. Modern-day New Zealand stems from that first European incursion, yet the landing also spelled the death-nail for the country’s abori…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on a short sound that last for only a few seconds, is know to millions of people around the world, yet is also almost universally overlooked. The Wilhelm Scream is the most used sound effect and can be found in hundreds of movies and TV series around the world. The scream was first recorded in October 1951 by a chara…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on a wonderfully strange gesture by a man in Indonesia who is protesting against deforestation. Indonesia has the 3rd highest global deforestation in the world – behind only Brazil and the Congo. At the current rate of tree felling, the percentage of the forest in Indonesia will continue to decrease at an alarming hi…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on an unusual story from China where a movie that was originally released in 2001 has become incredibly popular – 18 years later! The Oscar Winning animated movie Spirited Away from the Japanese Studio Ghibli was banned in China due to ongoing disputes between the two Asia-Pacific neighbours. So why has Spirited Away…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on how a massively popular TV series has inspired a sharp increase in tourism to one of the world’s most dangerous places. Chernobyl, a joint US-UK TV series that examines the aftermath of the world’s worst nuclear disaster in northern Ukraine in 1986 has become so popular that local authorities have reported a huge …
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on a fascinating news story that has emerged from western Canada about a movie filmed in a language that is one of the least-spoken in the world! The movie is called The Edge of the Knife and tells a supernatural story of death, family and culture set in the 19th Century among the Haida People. But what is more extra…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on attempts to regulate an art that almost everyone who watches movies regularly will have encountered – subtitles. Concerns have grown that with the growing popularity of streaming services such as Netflix and Hula there has been an increase in poorly translated subtitled movies and TV programmes. Translation organi…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on a decision by the Norwegian government to begin to end the country’s drilling for off-shore oil. The announcement, by Europe’s largest producer of petroleum, is simply because the centre-left opposition wants to reduce the ecological damage created by oil production. The decision will cost the northern European na…
 
This week’s ENW podcast ponders whether museum sponsorship is a necessary evil or an unethical act that destroys reputations? This question comes on the back of growing protests at how some of the world’s most popular and widely-respected museums and galleries are taking money from companies to help with their annual budgets. What is the latest dev…
 
This week’s ENW podcast reflects on the death of one of the world’s most iconic and influential people – the fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. Mr. Lagerfeld sadly passed away from pancreatic cancer aged 85 in Paris this week, but his impact on fashion over the last 40 years is massive. As creactive designer of Chanel he helped rescue the French Fash…
 
This week’s ENW podcast focuses on one of the most important battles facing our world in the 21st Century – the damage plastic causes our environment. With this in mind, one of Japan’s leading family restaurant chains – Mos Burger has announced that it will no longer use plastic for customers who take-out food. The Japanese hamburger chain is the l…
 
This week's ENW podcast reports on an epic race held in Iceland than pushes athletes to the very limit of physical endurance. In one race, a competitor will have to complete 160 km through forests, rivers and muddy fields. This route also includes 7,000 metres of climbing and 3,000 obstacles to clamber over in Iceland in December! One more thing – …
 
This week’s ENW podcast reports on a controversial subject – should artefacts in famous museums be returned to the places they were originally taken from? A delegation from Easter Island has appealed for the return of several statues that they claimed were illegally removed and are now on display in museums across the world. The islanders’ claim is…
 
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