Best Englisch podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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A podcast for busy people who want to improve their business English. For further information, see www.englishwithkirsty.com/podcast
 
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This Week in Germany
Monthly
 
This Week in Germany (or TWIG as it is affectionately called) is a weekly downloadable radio show, which brings you the week's events in English.
 
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RoPeCast
Monthly
 
Are you an advanced learner of English? These podcasts from Saarland University offer challenging listening opportunities and fascinating topics to do with the English language and culture. Get your new enhanced five-minute episode once every two weeks.
 
Der Spotlight Verlag bietet ab 2018 den Podcast aus der Reihe Spotlight Audio kompakt nicht mehr an. Unter www.spotlight-online.de/englisch-hoeren finden Sie Audio-Beispiele und kleine Hörverständnis-Übungen.
 
Das "Seven Valley Learning System" ist ein leitungsfähiges Sprachenlernsystem, das Erfolge in der Kommunikation garantiert. Die Basis des Lernsystems bilden die individuell auf die Bedürfnisse des Lernenden angepassten Lektionen. Eine Sprache wird mit diesem System gleichzeitig auf drei Ebenen erlernt. Die grundlegende, bis zur Zertifikatsreife führende Ebene, die Berufs- oder Privatumfeld bezogene Ebene, und die Hördateien als Podcasts organisierte Ebene. Die Podcasts der Sprachschule von S ...
 
Der Spotlight Verlag bietet ab 2018 den Podcast aus der Reihe Spotlight Audio kompakt nicht mehr an. Unter www.spotlight-online.de/englisch-hoeren finden Sie Audio-Beispiele und kleine Hörverständnis-Übungen.
 
Deutsche Edition von Podcasteando, mit Paúl Álvarez Löblich, die Quelle der besten lateinamerikanischen Musik, mit Exklussiven Liedern und Aufnahmen nur hier verfügbar! - en Castellano: www.Podcasteando.tk, in English: LatinCasting.blogspot.com
 
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Pale Azure
Monthly+
 
Mon speaks to Dave about all things City. New episodes usually weekly during the season, towards the end of the week. Sometimes more (eg during an "Englische Woche"), sometimes less (eg international weeks).Get in touch if you have any questions, or things you think we should discuss.
 
A refreshing German (aka Deutsch) language learning podcast with two super hosts: One speaking native German and one speaking native Englisch. Join Friedl Mayerhofer as he guides Kenneth B. Sweet as he slowly but surely forms the sounds that make up the German Language in The Stammtisch. Don't forget to subscribe! :)
 
Book 1 of an audio-visual series with Bible stories of Adam, Noah, Job, Abraham. For evangelism, church planting and systematic Christian teaching.
 
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Der Galberg Podcast
Daily
 
A podcast series brought to you by Galway and Bamberg students
 
Die Ausstellung Ein Bild kann ein anderes verbergen vereint Kunstwerke, deren Besonderheit darin liegt, dass ihre Formen, oder die Formen in dem Werk, unterschiedlich interpretierbar sind. Es handelt sich um mehrdeutige Formen, denn man kann ihnen unterschiedliche Bedeutungen zuschreiben. Diese Werke wurden von den Kunstlern bewusst so geschaffen, um den Betrachter in die Irre zu fuhren. Dieses Phanomen taucht in allen Perioden der Kunstgeschichte, in verschiedenen Kulturen und in unterschie ...
 
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Most of the time we use adverbs to describe verbs, because we're describing how we're doing something:I slammed the door angrily.However, if we're describing how someone feels, or how something looks, sounds, or tastes, we use an adjective, because we're describing that thing.The food tastes delicious - not deliciouslyThe ring looks expensive - ...…
 
You may have recognised the title as a modified version of the saying "Think before you speak!" We have changed it into a good piece of advice for English learners, based on what today's guest tells Roger about her research on phonetics for foreign learners of English. Pronunciator Oh, and if you wonder after listening... Yes the word really ex ...…
 
Whether you're worried about any type of public speaking, or you have concerns specific to speaking publicly in another language, I have some tips to help you!
 
I work with students from a number of countries. With some I only communicate in English, but when I'm working with German speakers, I can add additional value because I also speak German. Today I'm looking at how it can help if you have a teacher who speaks your language, and what you need to be careful about in this situation. Here are the sh ...…
 
In today's episode, I'm talking about job interviews - specifically, 11 things that you should think about if you're giving a presentation as part of a job interview:Here's where you will find the show notes and other resources:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode140
 
This episode is from my Wise Old Owl series, in which learners ask questions about the English language. Today I'm looking at a vocabulary question.You can find the show notes here: https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode139
 
Today's episode is about 20 things that you shouldn't do if you want to win an argument or come across well in discussions. You can find the blog article or contact me using the show notes page: https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode138
 
Today isn't about teaching you something. I am sharing an experience that I had a couple of weeks ago. I would consider myself to be an advanced learner of German, but a friend showed me that when I'm writing, I know a lot of words in my target language, but I don't sound the same as I do in my native language. This doesn't happen so much in le ...…
 
We all use filler words, but sometimes they can be really distracting if we use them too frequently in presentations. Today's episode is about filler words, why we use them, and when they can become a problem: Here's the link to the show notes page:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode136
 
When I asked on the English with Kirsty page about the most difficult sounds in English, someone said that they find the "th" sound difficult to say. Actually there are two "th" sounds, and in this episode I talk about them,give some examples of words that have these sounds in them, and point out some of the mistakes that people make.You can fi ...…
 
The season is over and we've had the parade. Amazing. Truly amazing season with records smashed all over the place. Yaya leaves and Pep extends his contract. "Champions!"
 
In today's episode, I sum up everything we've gone through in the challenge, offer you a way to keep track of your plans and progress, and tell you about my English language coaching service.You can find out more by visiting the show notes page:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode134
 
Dave and Mon watch the records tumble (again) as City beat West Ham, with a certain P. Zabaleta scoring goal no. 100 of the season. They also debate the spelling of hiccup/hiccough and the price of season tickets...
 
As we learned from the English language thoughts blog recently, you can pronounce the word “often” with or without the T sound in the middle. It doesn’t matter. Both ways are acceptable. However, in some other words, you shouldn’t pronounce the T sound, even though there is a T in the word. I thought we could take a look at some of those words ...…
 
Swansea City create a guard of honour for champions Manchester City at the Etihad, and get thumped 5-0 in return. Also, talk about next season, players and teams of the year and the game at West Ham.
 
Improving your vocabulary will help you in all areas of your language learning. It will help with your reading and listening, because the more you understand, the less you will need to look up, and it will help with your speaking and writing, because it gives you a bigger pool of words when it comes to expressing your thoughts and ideas.I've go ...…
 
After a rather testing period containing three losses, City beat Spurs and the Baggies beat Utd. Which means City are C H A M P I O N S !
 
Some students love it! Others hate it! Whatever you think, grammar is an important part of language learning.It doesn't have to be boring or confusing. In fact, understanding how the language works can actually help you to improve, to make better sentences, and to ensure that you don't make avoidable mistakes.You can find the show notes here:ht ...…
 
Today's post is all about some problems that people have when it comes to improving their listening skills, and the advice that I give to my students who have these problems.You can find the show notes here:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode130where I have also posted the links to other articles that you may find useful.…
 
Mon & Dave are back after the international break, celebrating another win. This time the points are won from Everton, which leaves City a win away from the title. Also: looking ahead to the games against Liverpool (Champions League quarter final) and, er, some team called Manchester United.
 
Heike is back with Roger for a more detailed look into gender studies. They are discussing what this particular field of social sciences is about, who does and who maybe should study it, and what aspects there are in terms of research topics and interdisciplinary facets. The UdS Gender Studies Certificate If you want to read up on Saarland Univ ...…
 
People often have good intentions when they're learning a new language, but sometimes they do things that end up making it harder for them to learn. I'm talking about 5 of these activities today:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode129
 
Dave and Mon talk about yet another win, this time at Stoke. The Champions League draw has also just taken place, City meeting Liverpool in the quarter-finals. Plus: FA fines and how the women and youth teams are doing.
 
Some people find speaking to be the hardest of all the language skills. If your plan is to develop your speaking skills this year, today's episode is for you! Find out more here:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode128
 
Champions Chelsea are beaten 1-0 then FC Basel win the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 tie. City still qualify for the quarter-finals though and next up it's back to the Premier League at Stoke on Monday night.
 
Imagine that you're sitting in a meeting and someone has a really bad idea. What do you say? You could of course say that it's a really bad idea, but that probably won't help your working relationship with that person. In today's episode, I look at some alternatives that are more constructive for when you want to say that something is a bad ide ...…
 
City win the League Cup against Arsenal! And win against Arsenal again in the Premier League! But go out of the FA Cup... Also, the FA come under some scrutiny, whilst Dave and Mon react as the verdict on the Wigan incidents come in.
 
Episode 126of the English with Kirsty Podcast is the next part of my "better English in 2018" series. Today we're looking at how other people can help you to meet your language goals. https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode126/
 
Sometimes in English, we don't pronounce all of the letters in a word. If you do pronounce them, it will sound wrong, and other people may not know what word you want to say.Today we are looking at some examples using the letter L and some words in which you shouldn't pronounce the L sound.You can find the show notes here:https://englishwithkir ...…
 
This time Roger invited Heike, an expert for gender studies. She is going to explain to us, how the term gender evolved from a mere grammatical phenomenon to what may very well be the most discussed topic of social and linguistic sciences in the last decades. We'll hear about many facets: From the influential heads that started the discussion u ...…
 
Do you want to improve your English writing skills this year? Here are some questions to think about:1. Is writing important to you? 2. What kind of things do you want or need to write? 3. What activities would help you to write more? You could start a blog/write a diary/join a Facebook group about one of your hobbies/do a writing course/get a ...…
 
Dave and Mon talk Leicester, Basel and a bit of a Wigan preview. Players return from injury and that Agüero's not too shabby, is he? Plus, some words on the horrific historical abuse court case.
 
One reason why people sometimes struggle with spoken English is that words aren't pronounced in the same way as they are written. You might recognise all the words in a sentence, but when that sentence is spoken, sounds disappear, others are merged together, and some words sound differently when they're spoken quickly. Here are five examples.Yo ...…
 
Reviews of Cardiff, West Brom & Burnley. Previews of Leicester City & FC Basel. Also: the transfer window, Mahrez, referees, only 6 on the bench... does any of it matter? Mind the gap!
 
Is reading more English books or articles part of your plan for improving your English in 2018? If so, here are some tips to help you find the right things to read so that it's an enjoyable experience, as well as an educational one!You can find the show notes here https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode122…
 
Dave and Mon discuss how City booked their place at Wembley in the League Cup Final by beating Bristol City 5-3 on aggregate. Also discussed: the home league win against Newcastle United, the games to come against Cardiff City & West Brom and possible transfers ahead of the winter deadline. Plus: Mark E Smith remembered.…
 
Today's episode is based on an article that I read. I talk about why it's important to focus on the value of your contributions, listen to others, and not feel that you have to speak as much as possible in order to be noticed.You can find the show notes here:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode121…
 
City finally lose a league game, for the first time since April 2017, against Liverpool at Anfield. The fallout of that totally unforeseen defeat(!) is explored at some length. Plus, transfers (Sanchez, Evans), and the games to come against Newcastle and Bristol City are all discussed. In far too much length, sorry.…
 
So, you've identified what you want to improve in 2018 and how you're going to do it. Now it's time to think about the things that might prevent you from meeting your goals.Time – people often say that they didn't do their English practice because they didn't have time. How are you going to make sure that you have enough time, either by setting ...…
 
This episode gives some basic information about common dietary requirements, and also some things to consider when choosing where to take customers or colleagues for a meal. https://englishwithkirsty.com/2018/01/08/vocabulary-for-understanding-dietary-requirements-and-planning-meals-out/You can visit the show notes page here:https://englishwith ...…
 
Mon and Dave start by not being able to pronounce "Sanchez" but swiftly move on to talk about transfers in general and the cup games at home against Burnley and Bristol City. Looming on the horizon, there is, of course, a certain match at Anfield...
 
Peter is back in jazzy 2018 for another episode with Saul Rubin, his guitar teacher from New York. Today Peter asks about the jargon of Jazz music and how that differs from other styles' vocabulary. Talking about music is not an easy task afterall. Finally, Saul can solve the mystery of the Real Book's name for Peter. Just listen in to learn ho ...…
 
The festive matches are over for City and so is the win streak. Dave and Mon look back at the games against Crystal Palace and Watford. They also try and predict what will happen in the Cup matches against Burnley and Bristol City. Plus- Transfers: will there be any? Should there be any? Especially with Gabriel Jesus out for weeks... David Silv ...…
 
So, you've identified what you want to improve in 2018. Now it's time to think about how you're going to do it!If you want to speak with someone in English, who will it be, and when will you speak with them? Will it be online or in person?If you want to read a book, which book will it be, how will you read it (hard copy/audio book/ebook), and w ...…
 
Season's Greetings! A quick look back at the games v Bournemouth and Newcastle, with Crystal Palace to come. Will City buy in January? Can anyone stop them? Is the league boring now? Who is the most improved player? All this and more is discussed in excruciating detail by Dave and Mon.
 
What 3 skills would you like to learn or improve in 2018? What would you like to be different in terms of your language skills? What would you like to be able to do that you can't do at the moment?I look at 3 reasons why people give up on their New Year's resolutions so that you can avoid these mistakes.Here's the show notes page: https://engli ...…
 
Ken and Friedl are trapped at the airport and have the answer to passing the time- The first ever Stammtisch Holiday Special. Join them as they discuss kulturelle Unterschiede or cultural differences. Learning german just got better this holiday season. Ding Dong!
 
Another 3 wins in a week for City, almost becoming standard now. Tottenham at home sandwiched between the away games at Swansea (league) and Leicester (League Cup). Bournemouth coming up on Saturday- where will City be at the season's half-way mark?
 
Do you want to know how people celebrate the New Year in the UK? Find out here!You can also visit the show notes page:https://englishwithkirsty.com/podcast/episode114
 
You probably remember our Christmas specials about holiday traditions and music from the past years. This December we thought we'd make music our topic again (this time as a regular episode) with a focus on some music vocabulary. Peter's guest today is Saul Rubin, a renowned Jazz guitar player from New York. Saul tells Peter about the special f ...…
 
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