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The English-language Argentine football podcast, fuelled by fernet since 2010
TANGO is so much more than a musical genre. It's history, passion and feeling. It's integration of culture, distance and generations in one expression, an Argentine sound, that people around the world associate with us and our country. Tango has got its history, secrets, artists. Past, present and future of a cultural expression declared by UNESCO as Non-Material Cultural Heritage of Mankind. Every week we introduce a special program about the most important people in Argentine tango. It's a ...
"Danceable Tangos of the Year" is a special programming of Argentine Tango Radio, Budapest: www.argentinetangoradio.com . This 52 episode, weekly series aims to showcase examples of danceable Argentine tangos, valses and milongas, progressing from 1927 up until last year.
Small Caps is Australia's #1 site for investor news & information on ASX listed small cap companies. The podcast keeps investors informed by showcasing interviews with directors of ASX listed small cap companies and financial market analysts. For more information visit: https://smallcaps.com.au/
Stories and interviews from the Irish Diaspora
Dario's tango guide is a bi-monthly video to help improve your dancing.
A podcast that celebrates and discovers what makes women interesting, innovative and inspirational.
Tango is so much more than a musical genre. It’s history, passion and feeling. It’s integration of culture, distance and generations in one expression, an Argentine sound, that people around the world associate with us and our country. Tango has got its history, secrets, artists. Past, present and future of a cultural expression declared by UNESCO as Non-Material Cultural Heritage of Mankind. Every week we introduce a special program about the most important people in Argentine tango. It’s a ...
La idea del Podcast es darle la posibilidad a todos los que estén interesados, de aprender el vocabulario y las expresiones más comunes de la Argentina. Para poder aprovecharlo, es necesario tener un conocimiento previo de español.
Highlights of BBC Radio Leicester's Leicester Tigers coverage including a weekly post-match round-ups and analysis.
TangoABC is a regular educational podcast about the Argentinian Tango, its music, its famous tango orchestras and its singers. We discuss the different styles of each orchestra, and how it influences the growing numbers of tango dancers around the world. You can find the TangoABC Podcasts in the iTunes Store and on www.tangoabc.com
Host Lisa Stone discusses the various aspects of developing a tennis player from beginner through the juniors to college and beyond. Her weekly guests include experts in coaching, parenting, mental toughness, fitness & nutrition, technology & equipment, and college recruiting. Stone provides invaluable information for parents, players, and coaches. Sponsored by 10sballs.com.
A Podcast helping you understand more about our neighbors in the world by examining the founders of the countries they live in.
The Historias podcast is a weekly program featuring scholars, journalists, and activists discussing cutting edge research and offering perceptive observations on current events associated with Latin American and Caribbean societies. If you are looking for smart and inviting conversation on a wide variety of issues and more, this show is for you. Historias is a digital media project from the Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies (SECOLAS).
Learn more about SelectOne's conversation series, The Business of People, where we feature conversations with local business leaders about their vision for the future of people and work.
The world’s most mind-expanding, life-transforming, spiritually-enriching podcast to attract the girls you want. Join international dating coach and relationship expert Austen Summers as he chats with influential self-development thinkers, business doers, and friends while covering everything from armchair philosophy to practical psychology.
* Find NEW EPISODES over at https://unpreparedtravellers.podbean.com/ * Helloooooo! We're two unprepared travellers wandering, kinda aimlessly, around the world. We don't really know what we're doing, or where we're going, but are recording and sharing our journey along the way, anyway. * Find NEW EPISODES over at https://unpreparedtravellers.podbean.com/ *
Welcome to Beatles City, the podcast that brings you the story of the band that shook the world from the place where it all began. Join us on a journey along the sandstone-lined streets of John Lennon’s childhood Woolton, into the Kensington living room-turned-recording studio where the Quarrymen cut their first record and down the steep steps into the Cavern’s cellar nightclub. This podcast is brought to you by the Liverpool Echo. Hosts Ellen Kirwin and Laura Davis.
Adam Whitty & Chris Egerton discuss a new incoming at Welford Road, and the POTS so far.By BBC Radio Leicester
E2 Metals (ASX: E2M) managing director Todd Williams joins Small Caps to discuss the company's latest news from its gold-silver projects in Argentina.By Small Caps
Columban Fr Liam Carey is originally from the Westmeath and his Grandfather was Argentinian. He worked in Brazil as a Columban missionary priest before journeying onto Peru.By Irish Radio Canada
Adam Whitty, Chris Egerton and Bobby Bridge on the latest from Tigers and Steve BorthwickBy BBC Radio Leicester
Steven sat down with Dr. Rafael Ocasio to talk about his new book, A Bristol Rhode Island and Matanzas Cuba, Slavery Connection: The Diary of George Howe. The conversation takes us from Rhode Island to Matanzas – from the U.S. Capital to plantation fields. Using George Howe as a window into the era, Ocasio paints a vivid picture of a challenging wo…
In this episode we hear from Kamal about what he thinks of the founding of Azerbaijan.By Matthew Grace
Lochlann Scott of Helplink Mental Health Services talks about the increase in demand for counseling services requested by the Irish Diaspora over the past 12 months and particularly the increase in requests for help during Covid.By Irish Radio Canada
Colm Brophy was appointed Minister of State with responsibility for Overseas Development Aid and Diaspora on July 1st, 2020.By Irish Radio Canada
This week, Sam is joined by English Dan, Tony and Andrés to look forward to Sunday evening's Copa Diego Armando Maradona final between Boca Juniors and Banfield (and at how they got there) and to review Boca's and River Plate's eliminations from the Copa Libertadores.By Sam Kelly
The final episode on Australia's founding with Arthur Phillip Webpage for the episode: www.lang4life.com/l/australiaBy Matthew Grace
Galan Lithium (ASX: GLN) managing director Juan Pablo Vargas de la Vega joins Small Caps to discuss the preliminary economic assessment results at the Hombre Muerto West project located in the Salar de Hombre Muerto in Argentina.By Small Caps
Tom Ganly was secretary of the Longford - Westmeath Argentine Association and had visited the Argentine more than 20 times. He talks about hurling in Argentina and the Dresden Affair and the Ganly connectionBy Irish Radio Canada
Diego Kaplun CarmodyBy Irish Radio Canada
Una Byrne is the grandaughter of Bernard GannonBy Irish Radio Canada
Happy new year! In this week's HOP Sam is joined by English Dan and Santi for a quick roundup of the most relevant action in the Copa Diego Maradona over the Christmas and new year period (including a very entertaining 2-2 draw between Boca Juniors and River Plate), and a look back on the first legs of the Copa Libertadores semi-finals, which saw R…
Adam Whitty, Chris Egerton, Bleddyn Jones & the Telegraph's Charles Richardson react.By BBC Radio Leicester
https://www.selectonellc.com/blog/the-business-of-people-ep12 https://www.selectonellc.com/bop In this episode of the Business of People, we revisit the final conversation of 2020 with Jennine Keller, General Manager of BakeMark, a lesser-known, but long standing Buffalo business. Jennine reflects on how leadership is as much about those hard decis…
This patreon-reward episode is a second episode on Australia's founders. We explore the life of Arthur Phillip and how he helped the fledgling colony survive. Episode Webpage: www.lang4life.com/l/australia List of books here: https://bookshop.org/shop/foundersBy Matthew Grace
Brett Deacon, Harry Wells and Kobus van Wyk react to Tigers' win over BathBy BBC Radio Leicester
Frances Black grew up on Charlemont Street in Dublin as the youngest of the late Patty and Kevin's five children. It was a very musical family, and she began singing with her older siblings, Shay, Michael, Mary and Martin, known as The Black FamilyBy Irish Radio Canada
Fiona O'Brien: After Emigrating from Ireland to Canada in 2012 Fiona began on a quest to stamp out the racism that the Irish face….One Lucky Charm at a time.By Irish Radio Canada
Pat Chessell has played all across Canada, throughout Upstate New York, and in his ancestral homeland of Ireland.By Irish Radio Canada
Graham Lindsey is a multi-instrumentalist and composer, writing inventive and varied tunes. His compositions don’t follow the traditional Irish, Scottish or other Celtic styles, and the subtle differences bring a unique feel and rhythm to each tune.By Irish Radio Canada
Adam Whitty and Chris Egerton preview the game versus Bath, hearing from Steve Borthwick.By BBC Radio Leicester
Adam Whitty, Chris Egerton & Bobby Bridge look ahead to the first game of 2021.By BBC Radio Leicester
Ann is a member of Al-Anon and explains how the 12 step recovery program has helped her.By Irish Radio Canada
Pauric is a members of Al-Anon and explain how the 12 step recovery program has helped him.By Irish Radio Canada
A year like no other, here's a look back at 2020 for Leicester Tigers.By BBC Radio Leicester
We'll take a break from our Nations narrative and celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday in America. We will check out the history of the first Thanksgiving, the making of Thanksgiving into a national holiday, and then what the holiday is like today. Come join us!By Matthew Grace
Kalamazoo Resources (ASX: KZR) chief executive officer Luke Reinehr joins Small Caps to discuss the latest news from the company that it has uncovered a broad gold-antimony mineralised zone at South Muckleford near Maldon in central Victoria. Kalamazoo claims it is similar to mineralisation found at Kirkland Lake’s (ASX: KLA) Fosterville and TSX-li…
Eamonn McKee, Frank Flood, James Maloney, Chris Colllenette, Sabine NolkeBy Irish Radio Canada
This week's HOP is our last episode of 2020, but Argentine football isn't quite done yet – unusually, matches continue throughout the summer in the Copa Diego Armando Maradona, Copa Sudamericana and Copa Libertadores. Sam, English Dan, Santi and Andrés look back on the action since we last recorded and set the scene for what's to come. We'll be bac…
iCandy Interactive (ASX: ICI) chairman Kin Wai Lau speaks with Small Caps about the company’s growth in the video game space. iCandy develops and publishes video games and runs a portfolio of mobile games including the recently launched 'Masketeers: Idle Has Fallen' game, which generated $1 million in revenue in just 63 days.…
Tony Locantro, investment manager at Alto Capital, joins Small Caps to share his views on what's taking place in the stock market, where opportunity may lay and what might come next.By Small Caps
Today's interview is with Sebastian. He has an instagram channel where his art and games are on display, go take a look! https://www.instagram.com/amarilloarts/ https://amarillosebas.itch.io/vaporroadBy Matthew Grace
James Maloney MP has introduced a motion in the Canadian House of Commons.By Irish Radio Canada
In Conversation with Brian KennedyBy Irish Radio Canada
In the early 1900s, the Olympic Games track and field throwing events were dominated by a group of Irish-born weight throwers representing the United States.By Irish Radio Canada
La dra. Christine Arce habla de su libro *Mexico's Nobodies: The Cultural Legacy of the Soldadera and Afro-Mexican Women* con Carmen Soliz.By SECOLAS
Alejandro Sabella, who managed Argentina to the final of the 2014 World Cup, died on Tuesday. In this week's Hand Of Pod, Sam, Santi, Tony, English Dan and Andrés begin by looking back on his life in football, before reviewing the action over the last week in the various Copas – Diego Maradona, Libertadores and Sudamericana – that Argentine sides a…
Marenica Energy (ASX: MEY) managing director Murray Hill speaks with Small Caps about the company’s uranium strategy and the general macro outlook for the sector. The company has uranium projects in Namibia and Australia and recently topped up its cash reserves for a $5.4 million raising to fund exploration. In addition to the uranium projects, Mar…
This is part of the Conversations series. Salomon is a man who has stayed at and in lived in many parts of Peru as he supports his Peruvian parents in their missions work around the country.By Matthew Grace
Meteoric Resources (ASX: MEI) managing director Andrew Tunks joins Small Caps to discuss the detection a large, high-response chargeability anomaly believed to be strongly indicative of disseminated sulphides at the company's Juruena gold project in Brazil. Geophysical studies during the year including deep induced polarisation and magnetotellurics…
Dr. Mark Healey of UConn and Dr. Ernesto Semán of the University of Bergen (Norway) joined Steven to assess the first year in office of Argentine president Alberto Fernández.By SECOLAS
Altech Chemicals (ASX: ATC) managing director Iggy Tan speaks with Small Caps about the company’s strategy to become a world leading supplier of high purity alumina to renewable and lithium-ion battery markets. Mr Tan explains the company is working hard to secure the remaining finance for its vertically integrated kaolin mine and Malaysian HPA pro…
Michelle is a singer from Galway who has toured the world extensively and has performed in many renowned venues such as the Bejing Opera House, the House of Congress, the White House (for President's Bush and Obama) and more recently has performed as partBy Irish Radio Canada
How the Iroquois Nationals took their rightful place in lacrosse’s World Games, with a heartfelt assist from the IrishBy Irish Radio Canada
The origins of lacrosse in Ireland lie with the establishment of the Ards Lacrosse Club in Newtownards, Co. Down (just outside Belfast) in 1872.By Irish Radio Canada
After the emotion of last week, this week Sam, Tony, Santi and Andrés return to Earth with a look at what's gone on in the Copa Diego Armando Maradona, Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana and women's top flight since we last recorded.By Sam Kelly
Wide Open Agriculture (ASX: WOA) managing director Dr Ben Cole speaks with Small Caps about the company’s mounting success with its regeneratively farmed and sustainably produced meat and plant-based products. Recently launching its OatUP oat “milk” product, Dr Cole discusses the company’s next plant-based product in the works – its lupin protein. …