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Best Bilingual podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Bilingual podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Kingdom Entrepreneur Community with Marta Samson is designed for female Christian entrepreneurs and leaders in the business world who want to fulfil God’s calling on their life, build, launch, grow and scale a business. God has bigger plans for us and in this podcast, the host Marta a “bilingual Business Coach and Strategist” will educate and inspire you. She will show she figured out to flourish in her entrepreneurial journey trusting in God and honouring God by putting Him at the centre of ...
 
This podcast is all about the new virtual world of work. The globalized workforce is shifting more and more to remote work, virtual teams and distributed collaboration. On this podcast, we talk with inspiring leaders, experts, and scientists about their learnings, findings, and experience when it comes to the future of work. We also share our own stories, experiences, and failures while discovering new virtual frontiers, so our listeners might have a nice takeaway (or at least, something to ...
 
Learning English is tough stuff, but we’re here to help every step of the way. This podcast is for English language learners who want to improve their lives by becoming fluent in English. Our high-quality lessons are free, fun and taught by our expert hosts. Listening to Culips is like sitting in on an interesting chat between good friends. Your fluency, listening skills, vocabulary, and pronunciation will improve naturally as you get to know our hosts and learn about interesting topics and ...
 
Bilingual Kids Rock Podcast is your place to connect with multilingual families, language experts, and passionate authors from around the world. We share actionable tips and motivational stories. Learn from our experiences so your journey raising multilingual children is enjoyable, manageable, and successful.
 
Welcome to the World of Metal here on the Metal Moment Podcast with Host, Chiaki Hinohara. Please enjoy the latest news, interviews, and music from the Metal Bands of our time. 一緒にメタルを楽しみましょう.
 
Cafe con Pam is the weekly podcast featuring fearless Latinx and People of Color that break barriers, change lives and make the world a better place while living in the US. Cafe con Pam is the platform where Latinx are able to share their stories and inspire one another through conversation of course while enjoying a fabulous cup of coffee.
 
The Think in Translation podcast is a literature podcast series featuring international authors, translators, publishers and booksellers, with the aim of making translated books accessible to all readers. Created by Vagabond Voices Publishing with the support of The Space and Creative Scotland. We post new episodes every second Thursday, starting 29 March. Twitter: @VagabondVoices Facebook: @vagabond.voices #ThinkInTranslation vagabondvoices.co.uk/think-in-translation
 
Español abajo. Radio Matera is a bilingual radio program based in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. We are a team of professionals who love radio and what we do: bilingual cultural exchange, to complement the language learning process of any student of English or Spanish. Radio Matera es un programa de radio bilingüe que sale de la ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Somos un equipo de profesionales que amamos la radio y lo que hacemos: intercambio cultural y bilingüe, para complementar el ...
 
Learn a Language...Or Maybe Three! The Fluent Show is 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. We share stories, news, tips, and ideas that will make you fluent...eventually. Subscribe to the show today to get your regular dose of Fluent love. 🥰 Support The Fluent Show on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/fluentshow)
 
Learn how to live a life of fullness and how to recover your emotional harmony with Dr Carmen Roman. She will share with you current psychology by sharing herself and interviewing experts who will inspire you. Living in harmony is possible if you know the psychological effects of your emotions and how to handle them. Subscribe in Apple podcast or visit www.EmotionsinHarmony.org ESPAÑOL Aprende como vivir en plenitud y como recuperar tu salud emocional con la Dra. Carmen Román. Ella compartir ...
 
Policy Options is a digital magazine published by the Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP) in Montreal, Quebec. It features daily articles on issues of public policy by contributors from academia, research institutions, the political world, the public service and the non-profit and private sectors. We’re committed to introducing our listeners to a diversity of viewpoints on the important public policy challenges of our time. Twitter: https://twitter.com/IRPP Facebook: https://www.f ...
 
Expand Your World - Be Bilingual with Queenie Kawabe, who speaks 5 languages is a podcast created for Language Learners, especially Chinese and Japanese. Queenie Kawabe delivers this show 5-day a week between Monday and Friday. Each episode brings you an inspiration and motivation topic such as a guest talk, and answer your language learning questions, as well as teaching you Japanese and Chinese language to help you to speak the language fluently in an effective and easy way. Queenie Kawabe ...
 
Working Class Audio goes beyond typical interview podcasts and asks practical questions, everything from business practices to financial advice to finding the right work/life balance. If you’re looking for info on what it’s really like working in the pro audio industry, Working Class Audio is the podcast for you. WCA doesn’t just concentrate on the elite of the recording world but instead interviews a combination of known and unknown engineers.
 
A New York native turned southern gentleman! Derek found a niche for public speaking and aviation early on during his years of high school and ultimately realized that he wanted to give back to the community. Derek believes facilitating meaningful and constructive dialogue surrounding emotional and complex topics is the first step toward plausible and sensible solutions. Derek’s passion for aviation is undeniable! In Derek’s spare time he enjoys flying with friends, traveling to new destinat ...
 
America the Bilingual is a storytelling podcast designed to inspire people on their journey to bilingualism. We'll listen to people who have become bilingual, especially native-English speakers who learned another language as adults (that is, the hard way). How did they do it? Why did they do it? How do they lead their bilingual lives? You'll find out every two weeks.
 
Monica J Sutton talks about the good, the bad and everything in between those early childhood years. She brings fresh approaches and solutions to real childhood topics. Dive into stories from early childhood classrooms and conversations about topics like child behavior and development. There are even occasional interviews with some pretty amazing guests.
 
Have YOU ever wanted to listen to real italian, read it and understand it? How can YOU understand Italian even if YOU are an absolute beginner? With THE SECRETS OF THE ITALIAN LANGUAGE 2 YOU will get used to the Italian language, both spoken and written, and YOU will understand everything YOU will read and listen to! How is this possible? First, YOU will get a free audiobook, read by the natural and true Italian voice of the author himself. Second, YOU will understand everything thanks to th ...
 
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Today on Stateside , Michigan has experienced a drop in COVID-19 cases these past few weeks, but over the weekend, case numbers slightly increased again. We check in with an epidemiologist on how to pace yourself for a pandemic. Also, two law professors explain how legal precedents make it tough to prosecute police misconduct. Plus, the founders of…
 
This is the third episode of a series of Bilingual Parenting Strategy episodes. Here we dive into the T&P strategy, or Time and Place. Each of these FLP episodes will be broken down like this: strategy description, major benefits, potential obstacles with ways to combat them, and then discuss modified versions of the strategy. If you are a family t…
 
The intro of today's episode makes reference to the 8th of the month. This is because the episode publication was delayed by a week after recording to allow all listeners to get a chance to hear the Fluent Show statement about racism. Right, let's get to it: When there's something étrange in your vocabulaire, who you gonna call? A LINGUIST! Today I…
 
Ignacio "Nacho" Molino is a five-time Grammy and Latin Grammy award-winning Mix Engineer/Producer. He has worked with CJ Ramone from The Ramones, Spice Slawson from Me First and The Gimmie Gimmies, Ruben Blades, Joan Manuel Serrat, and Carlos Vives. In this episode, we discuss: Growing up in Panama The Noriega Years Civil War Distance Learning 15 y…
 
The Cothnejo-Fishy neighborhood is a satirical tale that exposes the superficialities, deception, and ridiculousness of the so-called Switzerland of Central America elites during the first part of the 20th century. In the comments we talk about the work of the Costa Rican teacher and activist Carmen Lyra, whose work was ignored and silenced after h…
 
672. The Rick Thompson Report: COVID / BREXIT / BLM (July 2020) Talking to my dad about recent developments in the UK relating to coronavirus & Brexit with a cameo appearance by Gill Thompson talking about statues. Episode page https://wp.me/p4IuUx-bpr LEP Premium https://www.teacherluke.co.uk/premiuminfo…
 
Listeners, this week we have a conversation wit Charisse M. Williams. A lawyer by training, Charisse worked in the nonprofit and social justice sectors for 25 years at organizations focused on human rights, education, criminal and juvenile justice reform issues. In her executive leadership roles, she consistently attained ambitious goals including …
 
El Barrio Cothnejo-Fishy es un cuento satírico que expone las superficialidades, engaños y ridiculeces de las élites de la llamada suiza centroamericana durante la primera parte del siglo XX. En los comentarios hablamos de la obra de la maestra y activista costarricense Carmen Lyra, cuya obra fue ignorada y silenciada después de su muerte.…
 
Season 4, Episode 14. Many people move abroad either for love or with their spouse. What that unfortunately sometimes means, is that some expats end up having to go through a divorce in a foreign country. Getting divorced abroad is complicated and challenging in just about every imaginable way, and Katia Vlachos is here to talk to us about it all. …
 
Episode description Today, we have a quick tip for you. And today we’re going to talk about open-ended questions, and the intonation. So, when you ask a question, does it always go up at the end? Not always. Intonation. Many times people see a question mark or ask a question and automatically assume that a question should always go up in intonation…
 
I am incredibly privileged to have father, husband, veteran, nonprofit enthusiast, founder of the ProSocial Network and 2021 law student candidate, Robert Burgess on the podcast tomorrow afternoon to discuss race relations, implicit bias, and policing in America. Robert’s friendship has pushed me to educate and stretch myself on the importance of c…
 
671. Aussie English with Pete Smissen A conversation with genuine Aussie Pete Smissen, about differences and similarities between the UK and Australia, cultural and historical details, language similarities, and more. Check YouTube for the video version. Episode page https://wp.me/p4IuUx-bmv YouTube video version https://youtu.be/yHFo9PaJQLQ Luke's…
 
How can our negotiation skills help us survive a crisis? Usually, when we are involved in a difficult situation we try to evade all kinds of things that may bring us more stress or sadness. This sometimes includes important conversations that could actually open a door to success for us. Learning and practicing our negotiation skills can help us na…
 
Listeners, this week we're back with Jasmine Cepeda. Jasmine is a licensed psychotherapist and social worker, working in private practice in Brooklyn, NY. She specializes in anxiety disorders, past relational traumas, coping with life transitions, and also does couples therapy. She is also the author of the book: "12 Ways to cope with your latina m…
 
Regardless of what magazines and articles say about fashion, everyone has their own unique, personal style. In this episode, Andrew and Suzanne describe their personal styles and talk about how they’ve changed over the years. Fun facts Men’s clothing has the buttons on the right side. Women’s buttons are on the left and sometimes the back. This is …
 
Earlier in June, the Fair Deal Panel made public its final report to the Alberta government. The stated goal of the panel was to find ways to get Alberta a better deal in the federation, and promote the province’s economic interests along the way. In the recommendations, some of the items are now standard fare for Alberta politics, including the re…
 
Es ist offiziell. Drupal 9 ist seit kurzem veröffentlicht und es ist Zeit, dass wir uns über die neuen Features, Änderungen und Verbesserungen unterhalten. Was kann man von Drupal 9 erwarten? Wie gelingt die Migration? Rouven gehört zu den führenden Mitgliedern der Drupal Community und arbeitet bereits seit der Einführung im deutschsprachigen Raum …
 
After a ridiculous change of topic from ✊🏾 to 🍷 and a discussion of what's new in emoji world, Lindsay and I go back to the deep, deep well that is talking about Duolingo! We both have the apps on our phones and we use Duolingo in different ways. How do you use yours? We Shared These Tips for Getting More Out of Duolingo Use the "Practice" button t…
 
George Vlad is a sound recordist, photographer and expedition leader with a keen interest in wildlife and conservation. George travels extensively and records a variety of sounds, from natural ambiences and wildlife to odd vehicles and vintage aircraft. He also supports a variety of conservation initiatives around the world, either directly, by sha…
 
Today on Stateside , a new initiative called the Mishigamiing Journalism Project has created six month long fellowships for Indigenous journalists at the Traverse City Record Eagle. Plus, a conversation with two Michiganders about dealing with family separation along the Canadian border. And should masks be mandatory throughout the state? (Subscrib…
 
There are many expressions in English that use the imagery of pictures. A common one is to ask someone, “Do you get the picture?” Listen to this Catch Word episode with hosts Andrew and Jeremy to find out the many ways to use this expression. Fun facts Humans have been painting pictures for millennia. Some of the oldest surviving pictures are found…
 
Today on Stateside, we’re checking in with the owner of a gym and personal training facility to see how he’s approaching reopening in light of an appeals court decision upholding Governor Whitmer’s order to keep gyms closed to limit the spread of COVID-19 yesterday. Also, a conversation with Jim Toy, who has been at the forefront of the fight for L…
 
Season 4, Episode 13. Summer is upon us, and the Coronavirus pandemic is making it harder than ever to plan much in the way of vacation. Although travel throughout most of Europe is allowed, it's not necessarily recommended, so if you're trying to stay within Germany, why not pop on over to the eastern most point in Deutschland? Tessa and Lauren ar…
 
Today on Stateside , hospitals and health workers are still looking for ways to safely interact with patients following the first COVID-19 surge in Michigan. We check in with an epidemiologist who’s researching how plasma from recovered patients might help those at high risk of infection. Plus, we continue to look at what school might look like in …
 
In the wake of global protests denouncing police brutality and racial inequality, many companies have issued statements of solidarity and are actively pledging to work towards building more inclusive workspaces.But often, diversity and inclusion are reduced to hiring and recruiting metrics, and not considered in the broader context of culture, prod…
 
Today on Stateside , recent developments with Enbridge’s Line 5 have lead Attorney General Dana Nessel to ask for a temporarily halt of operations. Tribes who live and work around the Great Lakes have had an eye on this for years. Also, Michigan’s legislators have announced funding plans for reopening K-12 schools. What will that look like? Plus, w…
 
Manis, this week we're back with Dr. Anayibe Ramos. Dr. Anayibe Ramos is a Naturopathic Doctor licensed in the State of California. She is the co-founder of Kyra Kare Health & Wellness, a Naturopathic clinic, where she sees individuals of all ages and practices individualized medicine. Her philosophy involves seeing the body as a whole and looking …
 
Today I sit down with CEO of Eastern Airlines Steve Harfst. Commissioned in the U.S. Navy, Harfst graduated number one in his class at flight school. As a Naval aviator, he served the rest of his decorated 10-year career in the cockpit of the F-14 Tomcat, logging 38 combat missions and 227 aircraft carrier landings. Temporarily, Eastern Airlines to…
 
People around the world often start their days with a nice cup of coffee. In this Real Talk episode, Andrew and Jeremy discuss some helpful phrases that one might need when ordering a cup of energizing coffee. Fun facts Brazil is the largest producer of coffee in the world. It produces about a third of all coffee. That’s a lot of coffee beans! Expr…
 
670. Language Learning with James Harris Talking to writer and comedian James Harris about life as a writer, going to Oxford Uni, being an international Brit and learning German, French and Chinese as an adult. Episode page https://wp.me/p4IuUx-bkc LEP Premium https://www.teacherluke.co.uk/premiuminfo…
 
You say "either" and I say "either" You say "neither" I say "neither" "Either" "either", "neither" "neither" Let's call the whole thing off George & Ira Gershwin This week on the Fluent Show, I'm answering a listener question about accents. What is an accent? Can your accent change even though you're not trying? Is it possible to learn a different …
 
Jens Bogren is a Swedish record producer, mixer and recording engineer who has worked Opeth, Sepultura, Katatonia and a long list of many other bands. In this episode, we discuss: Working in Metal Banks Studio Naming Building A New Studio Sports Fishing Motion Sickness Chaos Theory Bogren Digital Trail of Luck Determining What to Charge Managers Ps…
 
Manis, this week we had cafecito with Chelsea Rendon. Born and raised in Montebello, California, Chelsea Rendon has been a working actress since the age of six. Her first role was a lead in the feature film  No Turning Back, which won the Alma award for Outstanding Independent Feature Film in 2002. Recipient of a Young Latinos In Hollywood award, C…
 
Today on Stateside , a long-time educator discussed how racism and Black history is taught in schools. Plus, a cultural arts center in Detroit that’s finding ways to survive when the economy crumbles but the mission is more important than ever. And Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence (MI-14) discussed Juneteenth, and the need for a national dialogue abou…
 
On episode 42 of the podcast (the final episode of Season 4 by the way), I’m giving a lesson on colorism - that is the preferential treatment given to others based on the color or shade of their skin. At this pivotal moment in American society, as people grapple with dismantling racism, it is critical that folks understand that racism has a crafty …
 
In her time, Gabriela Mistral was admired and envied. In this episode, we explore the good, the bad, and the ugly of Mistral’s thinking through her poetry, prose, and correspondence, which made her character and protagonist of the world scene in the first half of the 20th century. Read the entire transcript here…
 
Now that we are slowly beginning to integrate back into the outside world, we must keep in mind the new sanitary rules that will help us stay safe. The habit of washing our hands frequently, not touching our faces and keeping a safe distance from other people will help maintain our health at its best in this situation. These rules will not only fol…
 
Today on Stateside , we talk to a Detroit artist whose new mural is a monument to Malice Green and the wider community of Black citizens killed at the hands of police. Plus, two young Dreamers discuss what the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) means for them.…
 
En su tiempo Gabriela Mistral fue admirada y envidiada. En este episodio exploramos lo bonito, lo bueno y lo feo del pensamiento de la chilena en su poesía, prosa y correspondencia, lo que la hizo ser arte y parte de la escena mundial en la primera mitad del siglo XX. Lee el episodio completo aquíBy Carolina Quiroga-Stultz
 
Season 4, Episode 12. After George Floyd was murdered by the police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, a modern civil rights movement has emerged as Americans in all 50 states protested against systemic racism and police brutality. The movement has also taken root abroad, including in Germany. Nicole and Shaun are two white expat podcasters who live in Ger…
 
Today on Stateside , Governor Gretchen Whitmer says schools should prepare for in-person instruction this fall. We’ll talk about what those plans could look like, even as the governor cautioned that things may change. We’ll also hear teenagers from Michigan Radio's newest podcast, Kids These Days , about how they are thinking and talking about race…
 
Today on Stateside , a conversation with a community activist in Grand Rapids looking to defund the police and what that would entail. Plus, four nurses have filed a lawsuit against the parent company of DMC and Sinai-Grace over what they say was negligence and mismanagement that led to unnecessary COVID-19 deaths.…
 
Having an ideology of superiority in relation to other people is humiliating and feeling it just because of being a different race or having a different skin color is even more outrageous. This time we will talk about a topic that many people thought only happened back in the time of slavery and that was overcome many years ago. But this is not the…
 
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