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A podcast hosted by David and Tamara Pejčinović-Bailey, about Living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, interviewing interesting people and telling stories from this often misunderstood country. We would love to answer any questions you might have. If you would like to support what we do, you can buy us a coffee at: https://paypal.com/davidbaileymbe. We really hope that you'll subscribe and enjoy :)
 
We are Tamara and David, an Anglo-Balkan couple living near the city of Banja Luka.. Our podcast is created and produced in the north of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a very simple but effective brief. To tell as many people as possible about this Heart ❤️ Shaped country in the middle of the Western Balkans. Bosnia and Herzegovina 🇧🇦. When most people are asked about Bosnia and Herzegovina, they normally mention one of four words: War, Sarajevo, Mostar or Medjugorje. Well, we won't be talking ...
 
Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
 
Who Is Mr Turner? Deejay, Audio Editor, Remixer & Ghost-Producer https://linktr.ee/petkoturner Also Known As: E-ROC, Electric Rock, Boscida Und Farcher, Ricardo, Luciano, Bob Gold, Ralf Hitter, Thomas Brucker, Cornelia Drexler, Peter Panner, Momist, Diskomiks, Kockica, Petko, DJ Petko, Petko Turner, Mr. Turner, ... and many more 2020 Nov - Dec: Audio Editor 3sat BR, BBC6, Kunst Block Balve, Corleone, la boum FM4 Sep - Oct: Olympia MCH, Senatore, Corleone, Bahnwärter Thiel, Disco Bizarre, Kun ...
 
Chris was with Caroline on the Ross in spring 1985 but doesn't have a single photo of himself in the studio from that time after he lent the pics (and negs!) to a friend who lost the lot. Prior to that, he'd been on Dart Radio in his hometown of Dartford, Kent, alongside future Caroline colleagues Dave Foster and Tony Christian. A spell on a cable station, Radio Thamesmead, in south London, lead to former Radio Caroline man Jason Wolfe handing Chris's demo tape onto the team onboard the Ross ...
 
Roma und Sinti – die wahren Europäer*innen! Für den Podcast „Romatopia – Roma talk about their Utopia for Europe“ treffen wir interessante Menschen (Künstler*innen, Musiker*innen, Akademiker*innen, Aktivist*innen) aus ganz Europa. Sind Roma nicht – ganz im Gegenteil zu gängigen Vorurteilen – Vorbilder in Sachen Solidarität, kultureller Reichtum, transnationale Einheit trotz nationaler Besonderheiten – also ideale „role models“ für die „Idee Europa“? Wir sind gespannt auf die Utopien unserer ...
 
Sarajevo Calling is a podcast about Southeast European affairs, focusing in particular on the contemporary politics of the Western Balkans. Hosted by journalist Aleksandar Brezar and political scientist Jasmin Mujanović, and with graphics provided by Boris Stapić, Sarajevo Calling will post new episodes every two weeks.
 
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.rickst ...
 
Foreign correspondent and world affairs editor John Simpson has risked life and limb reporting for the BBC for over 52 years. The Tiananmen Square massacre, Iraq, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, Bosnia – you name it he was there. He’s been punched by a UK Prime Minister, bombed by US ‘friendly fire’, watched Saddam Hussein’s execution and whilst experimenting with some hallucinogenic offerings in the deepest Amazon was once hugged by a six foot goldfish wearing sunglasses. On season 1 of John Simpson ...
 
On the Eve appeared in 1860, two years before Fathers and Sons, Turgenev's most famous novel. It is set in the prior decade (by the end of the novel, the Crimean War (1853-56) has already broken out. It centers on the young Elena Nikolaevna Stakhov, daughter of Nikolai Arteyemvitch and Anna Vassilyevna Stahov. Misunderstood by both her parents (Nikolai Artemyevitch is at least as interested in his German mistress as in members of her family) she is on friendly terms with both the would-be pr ...
 
”This group has truly been an inspiration to me (…)” – Amir Sulaiman (US) Def Jam Poet, 2010. Apart from the international sound of melodic acoustic soul, it is the intelligent angle on social and societal issues that really makes up the essence of S.T.I.C.S. S.T.I.C.S. or Sound That Inspires Conscious Souls, have managed to inspire and provoke their audience with lyrics and music that challenges the boarders of acoustic soul, hip-hop and spoken word. S.T.I.C.S. consists of four members who ...
 
Tom served 20 years in the US Army. Serving 3 years at Schofield Barracks, HI and 17 years in two of the United States Elite Special Operations units the 75th Ranger Regiment and 5th Special Forces Group. Tom has deployed to Bosnia- Herzegovina for Peacekeeping Operations and has multiple combat deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. While assigned to 5th Special Forces Group, he has conducted multiple deployments to the middle East outside of the combat capacity in support of the Global ...
 
CAGE is an independent advocacy organisation working to empower communities impacted by the War on Terror. The organisation highlights and campaigns against state policies, striving for a world free from oppression and injustice. CAGE has been campaigning against the War on Terror for more than a decade. Its work has focussed on working with survivors of abuse and mistreatment across the globe. Its website is one of the leading resources documenting the abuse of due process and the erosion o ...
 
In this volume I have endeavored to give my young readers a clearer and a more intimate knowledge than is usually possessed of the vast territory known as the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which is a collection of provinces united under one ruler, and which is, strange to say, the only country of importance in the world that has not a distinctive language of its own, since the various races—German, Slav, Magyar and others—each speak their own tongue. The book is chiefly devoted to Austria proper ...
 
At The Pop List, we make lists and count them down for you with all kinds of stories and facts surrounding each entry. Our lists range from pop culture to true crime, history, mysteries, and everything in between, we also try to learn something along the way. Listen. Learn. Enjoy. The Pop List
 
Democracy and the rule of law are coming under growing strain , while those who stand up to abuses of power and human rights violations face intimidations and physical attacks. Governments shamelessly mobilise institutions, state-controlled media, as well as organised right-wing groups, to silence and suppress their struggle for freedom. Against the odds, Human Rights Defenders continue their fight and this podcast series aims to relay their voices to the wider world. From activists to acade ...
 
Climate justice. System change. Grassroots movement-building. Fun! For all the latest on what's going on in the Friends of the Earth network across Europe, subscribe on iTunes/wherever you download podcasts. Friends of the Earth Europe gratefully acknowledges financial assistance European Commission (LIFE programme). More detailed information on our funding can be found on our website.
 
Hi, this is Kati Israel Show and I am more than happy to have you here with me! What if every day, when you’re walking, running, doing the dishes, working out…You were getting smarter?And what if that new knowledge allowed you to increase your self-confident, self-discipline, motivates you and helps you to increase your business?Sounds good? If yes, then you are in the right place!Relax and enjoy the show!
 
Travel vacation destinations come to life in your ears through the Amidlife Travler podcast. Discover countries, culture, history, tours, sightseeing advice and travel tips through the voices, humor and opinions of locals who live there or travelers who have been there… like hearing about Scotland from a Scotsman and Ireland from the Irish. Indulge your travel curiosities and find ideas for your next vacation. Helpful information for world travelers and those who want to travel. Season 1 exp ...
 
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Elections in the regions of Bosna and Sava will determine leadership positions in those regions. Another sign of the growth for the Platform for Progress since its inception in 2018. However, as Mirsad Hadžkadić president of the Platform for Progress told me during our recent conversation, this process in itself is posing its own set of challenges.…
 
Tamara and David answer some of your questions: 1. Are there many houses made of wood in BiH? Seems that most houses are made of bricks. In Norway 90% of the houses are made of wood. 2. Is Herzegovina a separate geographical area within BiH? 3. What are the various culture that made up Banja Luka and the various cultures in present day? What about …
 
In this episode in our series on global public health, Megan and Steve explore the public health response to COVID19 in Bosnia-Herzegovina, with Dr. Sanjin Musa, epidemiologist at the Institute for Public Health in that country.A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-tackling-co…
 
I like to seek out success stories from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Why? Because this beautiful country and it's everyday citizens deserve it. After all, just use your favourite browser and search Bosnia (or any combination theteof) and you'll see what I mean. So in this episode I catch up with Nikola Galić from Banja Luka, who has turned his hobby of …
 
Travel writer Dave Seminara tells us how curiosity led him to meet with healers in the jungles of Nicaragua and Belize. Plus, Richard Grant tells us how a Yukon winter in Dawson City inspired Jack London to become a writer; tour guides from Lisbon point out the art that colors the streets of Portugal; and we get a close-up appreciation of Leonardo'…
 
This week, Alex hosts a terrific and timely interview with Dr. Patricia Winokur from the University of Iowa. They talk about the development and clinical trials process of 2 types of COVID19 vaccines and the part that Dr. Winokur and the UI played, and is currently playing, in studying the effectiveness of these vaccines. As an infectious disease s…
 
Afghanistan has seen a surge in civilian casualties since US-brokered peace talks with the Taliban resumed last year. Ashraf Ghani, the Afghan President, however, still sees reason for optimism, thanks to the new-US administration with whom he hopes to have better relations. Lyse Doucet reflects on Kabul's battle to shake off a violent past.Busines…
 
Cody Townsend is one of the most awarded and respected free skiers in the world. Over the course of his career he has won multiple invitationals, chased new routes, and stunt skied for Hollywood productions like "xXx: Return of Xander Cage". He is currently in the midst of a project to ski all the lines in the 2010 book "Fifty Classic Ski Descents …
 
In this installment of Diaspora Voices, an occasional series of conversations with ex-Yugoslavs living abroad, three people on three different continents—Australia (Parramatta, NSW), North America (Vancouver, BC), and Europe (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)—share stories of their journeys to and through life in diaspora. Home, identity, nationalism, fa…
 
James Mahurin is a retired Special Forces operator who like many other soldiers has struggled with mental health issues due to PTSD, dealing with the stressors and effects of combat then returning home, and having close friends commit suicide. James eventually decided to get treatment for his drinking and face his mental health issues head-on in th…
 
South Africa’s former President, Jacob Zuma failed to appear at a corruption inquiry this week - an inquiry he himself set up when he was in power. But now he has been called to testify, he has accused the judge of carrying out a personal vendetta against him. The case has split the country’s ruling party, the African National Congress. In the eyes…
 
A Dutch biologist explains how urban evolution is happening faster than we used to think all over the world. Plus, travel writer Mark Adams describes his 3,000-mile voyage along the coasts of Alaska to follow what the Harriman Expedition saw in 1899. And we'll hear how the Greek island of Crete offers a natural experience unlike any other. For more…
 
As the Platform for Progress continues to address internal personnel issues that have arisen since the local elections in November 2020, it is becoming even more evident that many of these issues are being spawned as a result of a young and growing democratic movement. And with growth comes the dynamic of new challenges. Mirsad Hadžikadić, the pres…
 
We visit the tribesmen of Yemen, which has for years been wracked by civil war. The conflict morphed into a proxy war in 2015 after a coalition, led by Saudi Arabia launched attacks on Iranian-backed Houthi Muslim rebels. And as the conflict has raged on, Yemeni civilians face economic hardship and starvation. Some of the country’s tribespeople hav…
 
Michelle Parker is a widely respected freestyle skier having competed in the U.S. Freeskiing Open and the X-Games. These days she focuses mostly on backcountry skiing, traveling the world spreading the stoke and partnered with Arc'teryx on their 'Outer Peace' campaign. Find out more about the Outer Peace campaign and the Arc'teryx mission to protec…
 
I sit down with my good friend Tim Huggins and talk about when we first experienced Self- Awareness in relation to our mental health issues. We cover depression, how it affected us On and Off duty, how we dealt with it at the time, and how we are still dealing with it today. We speak about how our Chain of Commands dealt with our situations and how…
 
Israel’s health system has been in the spotlight as it races ahead with its coronavirus vaccination programme. More than half of eligible Israelis - about 3.5 million people - have now been fully or partially vaccinated. For our Middle East correspondent Tom Bateman, covering the pandemic meant a return to his beat after a mishap on the streets of …
 
While this year's Mardi Gras parties were called off because of the pandemic, we'll bring you a virtual celebration of Carnival — a social safety valve for letting off steam since the Middle Ages in Venice and Cologne. We'll also explore more of China's booming megacities with the head of the Young China Group and enjoy the local artisan cheeses yo…
 
Actor and art historian Miguel Ángel Vargas about theatre, flamenco and being a flâneur With Miguel Angel Vargas, actor and art historian from Seville, we talk about flamenco, the soundtrack of his life. We learn why "Gitanismo" suddenly became fashion in Spain in the 18th century and we get to hear him sing, which even left the two hosts speechles…
 
Six months have passed since pro-democracy protests began in Belarus following the falsification of the Presidential elections, and the repressive tactics of Lukashenka’s regime are showing no signs of slow-down. Instead, with the attention of the world's cameras shifting elsewhere, independent journalists and activists are being targeted and arbit…
 
The Platform for Progress continues to struggle with internal strife that has been plaguing the organization since the local elections back in November. The president of the Platform, Mirsad Hadžikadić, says it has become very apparent that outsiders have infiltrated the ranks of the organization resulting in infighting, changing allegiances, defam…
 
Here's an interesting twist on public health: healthy ageing and financial security. This week our guests Catherine Collinson and Patti Rowey from the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies talk about ageing and what financial security means to physical and mental health as people approach retirement.Here are links for more information about a …
 
Ten years ago, former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak, was ousted after weeks of protest in Tahrir square in Cairo. Demonstrators proved an unstoppable force despite a brutal crackdown by authorities killing hundreds. But the post-Mubarak era has not heralded a period of greater freedoms. Kevin Connolly, who covered the fall of Mubarak, looks back…
 
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