Best Expatriate podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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ESCAPE! is a hard-hitting, fact-based radio show that provides important life-or-death information for the person considering to expatriate. Host Blake Sawyer details WHERE you can survive a plethora of disasters that are happening right now and those that will happen in the near future. Whether they are natural disasters such as earthquakes, volcanoes, droughts or floods; or the global economic crises, wars, pandemics, famines, ruthless governments or any number of life-threatening problems ...
 
Four Seas One Family focuses exclusively on the overseas lifestyles of expats, immigrants and migrants. Listen to the insights our host and guests bring that will assist in constructing a clear understanding of how being a global citizen can help people from different backgrounds learn more about themselves and others while at the same time appreciating that we all have a lot more in common than we think.
 
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Contemplations
Weekly
 
Witnessing the Magical Emergence of Potentiality. Where the Path to Authenticity is Paved with Enthusiasm when you Embrace Life as a Whole
 
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Global Castaways
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Also known as the Younger Edda or Snorri's Edda, the Prose Edda is a three-part work composed or at least compiled by thirteenth-century Icelandic scholar Snorri Sturluson. Along with the Elder or Poetic Edda written by an unknown poet a half-century earlier, the Prose Edda is a major source of much older Norse mythology as it had evolved through the generations. The two Eddas have had a profound effect on European literature in both style and content, not least on J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-Ea ...
 
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Guest Friends
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The Guest Friends podcast seeks to reclaim the authenticity of being "friends" in the digital era. Gather with host Christopher Waterman as he explores his network of friends to extract engaging, insightful, and actionable content. Each episode is unique in exposing meaningful lifestyle topics that will serve as inspiration to positively impact you and your community of friends.
 
Regarded as one of James’ finest works, The Portrait of a Lady revolves around the life and the development of Isabel Archer as she embarks on a scrupulous journey of self-discovery, forced to choose between her individual freedom and the preset conventions of society. Moreover, the novel explores themes of existentialism, objectification of women, wealth, suffering, and the conflict between individual longing and social conformity. Set in the second half of the 19th century, the novel opens ...
 
Your weekly guide to personal finance.
 
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Brexit Brits Abroad
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Brexit Brits Abroad raises awareness of the key issues facing Britons living elsewhere in Europe as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union. Hosted by Dr. Michaela Benson, it answers questions about who the British living and working in Europe are, what led to their migration, and the implications of Brexit for their everyday lives. Keeping a finger on the pulse of the negotiations, the series responds to issues as they unfold, providing up-to-date information and expert advi ...
 
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Brexit Brits Abroad
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Brexit Brits Abroad raises awareness of the key issues facing Britons living elsewhere in Europe as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union. Hosted by Dr. Michaela Benson, it answers questions about who the British living and working in Europe are, what led to their migration, and the implications of Brexit for their everyday lives. Keeping a finger on the pulse of the negotiations, the series responds to issues as they unfold, providing up-to-date information and expert advi ...
 
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FT Banking Weekly
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The Financial Times banking team discusses the biggest banking stories of the week, bringing you global insight and commentary on the top issues concerning this sector. To take part in the show or to comment please email audio@ft.com
 
Interviews with Scholars of Literature about their New Books
 
Interviews with Authors writing about Australia and New Zealand
 
Interviews with Scholars of Global Affairs about their New Books
 
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AmeriNZ Podcast
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One guy, two countries.
 
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Nepali Radio
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This show if for the expatriate Nepalese community in NZ and around the globe. It conveys a sense of community as well as personal messages and programmes for special occasions (festivals etc). Sharing ideas, especially for newcomers, and preserving Nepali music and Nepali culture.Most importantly, it is a part of community interaction in Hamilton, New Zealand.
 
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xpatstories
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Podcast by xpatstories
 
I am a single western woman living in Thailand, where the majority of expats are men, and some of these men are what I refer to as Sex-Pats. This blog will be a place to host my future podcast and photos about my life here amongst the sex tourist, the sex-pats, the "bar girls", the lady boys and the beach boys.
 
Cosmopolitanism, derived from the ancient Greek for ‘world citizenship’, offers a radical alternative to nationalism, asking individuals to imagine themselves as part of a community that goes beyond national and linguistic boundaries. Recent years have seen an explosion of interest in cosmopolitanism in the humanities and social sciences, especially within philosophy, sociology and politics. Cosmopolitanism, however, has also exercised a shaping influence on modern literary culture. It is we ...
 
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Baltimorons
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Baltimorons is an always passionate, frequently irreverent, and occasionally factual weekly romp through the wild world of O's baseball and sports fandom in general. Your hosts Sam Dingman and Alan Smith are expatriate Birdbrains in Brooklyn, NY, and each week they are joined by fellow fans to marvel at the endless wonders of the cosmic narrative, from Baltimore to Brooklyn and beyond.
 
Discussing everything from art and entertainment, education, relationships, self-improvement, veteran issues, writing, and other topics of interest.
 
Welcome to my podcast/vlog channel. Just a black guy traveling around asia. Also check out my blog www.travelingknox.com
 
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Arabic script is astounding! Not only because it represents one of the most commonly spoken languages today –that is, the Arabic language– but because it has represented dozens of other languages over the course of human history from the Middle East to Asia, to Europe, and to the tip of...
 
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Russian Science Fiction Literature and Cinema: A Critical Reader (Academic Studies Press, 2018) offers a compelling investigation of the genre whose development was significantly reshaped in the second half of the 20th century. In her introduction to this volume, Anindita Banerjee outlines the specificity of Russian science fiction literature a ...…
 
Professor Cairns Craig’s new book, The Wealth of the Nation: Scotland, Culture and Independence (Edinburgh University Press, 2018), which has been shortlisted for the Saltire History Book of the Year Award, is a wide-ranging study of the ways in which Scottish culture was defined, exported, transformed, and smuggled through its...…
 
Sometimes, a couch is a only a couch, but not in Dr. Nathan Kravis’s new book, On the Couch: A Repressed History of the Analytic Couch from Plato to Freud (MIT Press, 2017). In a live interview conducted in connection with the Manhattan Institute for Psychoanalysis, we discuss how the couch has...
 
Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Barclays' new chairman, the latest European Banking Association stress tests and trouble at Goldman Sachs as two of its former bankers are criminally charged with helping to loot the Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB, Contributors: Patrick Jenkins, financial editor, David Crow, banking editor, Caroline Binh ...…
 
Friends of the show, Brian and Catherine, talk with Tara about all. the things. Including but not limited to their experiences as an international teaching couple, having children overseas, and the culture shock of returning to a different America. LINKS:International Schools Services - ISSInternational Schools Review…
 
Amidst an atmosphere of hope on the Korean Peninsula over the past year, questions over the wellbeing of North Korea’s population have again come to global attention. But this is far from the first time that such a subject has been in the news, for ever since the catastrophic famine...
 
Jehovah’s Witnesses are one of the most successful “new religious movements” to have emerged from the prophetic ferment within later nineteenth-century Protestantism. Always controversial, often persecuted, and well-known for their proselytising efforts, they have made a substantial contribution in terms of human rights, and they count numerous ...…
 
In this episode, the project team come together to talk through their experiences of working on the project and reflect back on the project design. In particular, we talk about what we mean when we say the project is a piece of qualitative research and the value of this approach to doing social research. In particular, through our reflections o ...…
 
In this episode, the project team come together to talk through their experiences of working on the project and reflect back on the project design. In particular, we talk about what we mean when we say the project is a piece of qualitative research and the value of this approach to doing social research. In particular, through our reflections o ...…
 
Dr. Philip Lutgendorf is Retired Professor of Hindi and Modern Indian Studies at the University of Iowa. He is currently working on a seven-volume translation of the Hindi devotional text, the Rāmcaritmānas written by the sixteenth-century North Indian poet, Tulsīdās. The first four volumes of the translation, entitled The Epic...…
 
The vast chasm between classical economics and the humanities is widely known and accepted. They are profoundly different disciplines with little to say to one another. Such is the accepted wisdom. Fortunately, Professors Gary Saul Morson and Morton Schapiro, both of Northwestern University, disagree. In their new book, Cents and...…
 
Today I talk a bit about how the Royal Tour was received in New Zealand. That leads into a couple other issues in the NZ news. I also provide a wider explanation of something I talked about in AmeriNZ Podcast episode 338. Last time, I also had some health updates and I had colds. This episode has similar topics, as it turns out. And, today is a ...…
 
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Others are constantly seeking change, others are portrayed as proud to remain the same. Others sometimes are identified with one idea and others with the opposite. So, to refine under what conditions we can say that a change is prudent and under which stability is synonymous with character integrity? What is it that makes a difference?In additi ...…
 
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David Crow and guests discuss a push by top accountancy firms to offer services to those with a foothold in the cryptocurrencies sector, a derivatives deal in Europe, Brexit blues at RBS, the search for a European investment banking champion and the US's 'naughty' banks. Contributors: David Crow, banking editor, Hannah Murphy, City reporter, Ni ...…
 
WELCOME TO AMERICA! Finally, you walk through those arrival doors onto your home soil. It’s home so everything will go back to what it used to be. But what if it doesn’t? Gabrielle and Brittany try to process the unexpected anxieties when returning from abroad. 01:33 clothing, the color green, bathroom stalls and cereal aisles 08:25 The Missing ...…
 
From Dancing with the Stars to the high-profile airport abandonment of seven-year-old Artyom Savelyev by his American adoptive parents in April 2010, popular representations of post-Soviet immigrants in America span the gamut of romantic anti-Communist origin stories to horror stories of transnational adoption of children from Russia. In her la ...…
 
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In The Marriage Plot, Or, How Jews Fell In Love With Love, And With Literature (Stanford University Press, 2016), Naomi Seidman, Chancellor Jackman Professor in the Arts at the University of Toronto, considers the evolution of Jewish love and marriage through the literature that provided Jews with a sentimental education. She...…
 
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Today we are joined by Jenifer Parks, Associate Professor of History at Rocky Mountain College. Parks is the author of The Olympic Games, the Soviet Sport Bureaucracy, and the Cold War: Red Sport, Red Tape (Lexington Books, 2016), which asks how Soviet bureaucrats maneuvered the USSR into the Olympic movement and...…
 
The role of the artist in the cause of Black freedom has been a hotly debated topic for generations now. Dr. Jonathan Shandell’s The American Negro Theatre and the Long Civil Rights Era (University of Iowa Press, 2018) focuses the American Negro Theatre, located in Harlem, New York, to argue that...
 
In literature, evil can appear in a broad spectrum of shapes, images and motifs. For Endō Shūsaku, the problem of evil is central to the reality of human existence, and it has to be accepted as such. In Hermeneutics of Evil in the Works of Endō Shūsaku. Between Reading and...
 
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Most people have heard of the Masters of Fine Arts–“MFA”–degree, but few know about the grueling process one must undergo to complete one. In Talking Art: The Culture of Practice and the Practice of Culture in MFA Education (University of Chicago Press, 2018), sociologist and ethnographer Dr. Gary Alan Fine asks...…
 
Robert Kagan is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a columnist for The Washington Post. He is also the author of The Return of History and the End of Dreams, Dangerous Nation, Of Paradise and Power, and A Twilight Struggle. He served in the U.S. State Department from...
 
Today we talked with Ching Kwan Lee, professor of sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has just published The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor, and Foreign Investment in Africa (University of Chicago Press, 2018), an amazing new book based on her field study in Africa where...…
 
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Following a 2011 meeting of the annual Mediterranean Workshop at the University of Minnesota, Patricia Lorcin (a co-convener) approached Todd Shepard (one of the workshop participants that year) about editing a volume focused on the Mediterranean in the modern period. From the beginning, these two editors of French Mediterraneans: Transnational...…
 
Gabrielle and Courtney consider the different mentor figures they have encountered in international teaching. They also gush over how they have encouraged each other in the last few years. 01:18 Gabrielle and Courtney’s origin story 07:15 Formal Mentorship experience: the Pros and Cons 11:33 Mentors are everywhere and they have different experi ...…
 
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David Crow and guests discuss Barclays as it tries to defend itself against activist investor David Bramson, the future of CYBG after it completed its £1.7bn takeover of Virgin Money, and the growing competition in the US online banking market. Contributors: David Crow, banking editor, Stephen Morris, European banking correspondent, Nicholas Me ...…
 
How have academics been represented in children’s books? In Picture-Book Professors: Academia and Children’s Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2018), Melissa Terras, Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage at the University of Edinburgh, tells the story of the professor in children’s books since 1850. The book details the history of highly ...…
 
In The Book Smugglers: Partisans, Poets, and the Race to Save Jewish Treasures from the Nazis (ForeEdge, 2017), David E. Fishman, Professor of Jewish history at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, tells the amazing story of the paper brigade of Vilna. The paper brigade were ghetto inmates who rescued thousands...…
 
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