Best Ljubljana podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Learn a Language...Or Maybe Three!I'm Kerstin from Fluent Language, and together with my co-host Lindsay from Lindsay does Languages, I'm 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.In this show, 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.
 
A figure skating podcast to satisfy all of your skating news, analysis, and recap needs. Run by lifelong skaters and skating fans, Alicia and Mary.Get ready to jump right in to the nitty gritty details of what’s happened this week in figure skating.
 
Toni Cots and Marina Garcés - THE STRUGGLE WITH THOUGHTPolitics is nowadays a semiotic battlefield in which we must conquer the words that have been removed from us. The actual form of censorship is not prohibition, but neutralization and disaffection. This is our crisis of words. In view of this expropriating logic reducing us to simple spectators of our own lives, we propose that the necessity to conquer the spaces of thought is a requirement for taking the world in our hands.Toni Cots is ...
 
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There were a lot of new faces at the Grand Prix Final in ice dance, which led to an exciting competition. We discuss our feelings about the changes made to Hubbell/Donohue's free dance, how Sinitsina/Katsalapov have been able to thrive this season, and how Stepanova/Bukin's Tango Romantica issues kept them from the podium here.…
 
With Hanyu missing due to injury, the men at the Grand Prix Final were all in an exciting fight for the podium, and we break down Brezina's resurgence, Cha's amazing consistency, and question just what Uno can do to get his jumps under control and defeat the top men in the world.
 
The senior pairs at the Grand Prix final had a lot of ups and downs, and we break down how James/Cipres can avoid short program throw issues that have them coming from behind, why a double Salchow is the only thing keeping Peng/Jin from perfection, and how tough it is to be a Russian pair team under the pressure of expectation.…
 
The Grand Prix season is over! In our first of eight recaps of the final, we break down an intense senior ladies field, and discuss the consistency of Samodurova, compare the jump exits of Kihira and Zagitova, and lament Miyahara's low PCS scores.
 
There’s loneliness and companionship, joy and despair, truth-seeking and blithe celebration, all during what’s marketed to be the most wonderful time of the year. Your interpretation of the season begets your holiday spirit, whatever version it may be — bah humbug and good tidings. It’s little surprise then that Charlie Brown’s soundtrack, as w ...…
 
What's more frustrating than speaking at intermediate level, where we stutter and stumble over words, and leave....lo o o o o ng...um....gaps in sentences because the words just won't come into our brains. This week on the show, I'm answering a listener question from Elisabeth who is stuck in that dilemma. She says: My tutor says I'm very close ...…
 
What's more frustrating than speaking at intermediate level, where we stutter and stumble over words, and leave....lo o o o o ng...um....gaps in sentences because the words just won't come into our brains. This week on the show, I'm answering a listener question from Elisabeth who is stuck in that dilemma. She says: My tutor says I'm very close ...…
 
In this special preview episode we discuss both the Junior and Senior entrants in all four disciplines at the Grand Prix Final and break down the strength of the Russian junior skaters, how open some of the fields are in this post-Olympics season, and the pressure on the Canadian entrants skating at a home GPF.…
 
Welcome to the November edition of the Aquarium Drunkard Transmissions podcast. It’s nearly the end of the year, and we’re looking back on 2018’s Lagniappe Sessions . Launched in 2011, the Lagniappe Sessions is an audio series [...] The post Tranmissions ​​Podcast :: Lagniappe Sessions/Lola Kirke/Irmin Schmidt (CAN) appeared first on Aquarium D ...…
 
The last ladies event of the Grand Prix was a tight one, and we break down the possible benefit of Rika Kihira having a not totally clean skate, our anguish over three different ladies who competed here and who were only alternates to the final, and we try to foresee how the rest of the season might go for the Japanese and Russian ladies who ar ...…
 
Self-care, backstop, vegan, glamping, problematic - those are evocative words and they have the power to sum up a whole year. Join us as we delve into a selection of wonderful words of the year from many languages, figure out what “self care” even means, and discuss the ban on plastic straws. Dive into this week's extra long link selection to f ...…
 
Self-care, backstop, vegan, glamping, problematic - those are evocative words and they have the power to sum up a whole year. Join us as we delve into a selection of wonderful words of the year from many languages, figure out what “self care” even means, and discuss the ban on plastic straws. Dive into this week's extra long link selection to f ...…
 
The results were wild and unpredictable in this last Grand Prix pairs event, and we break down the struggles both James and Cipres and Boikova and Kozlovskii had trying to reach the final, debate what might happen with the rest of Ryom and Kim's season, and complain about yet another instance of things falling on the ice during a program this s ...…
 
The final men's event of the series was a dramatic one, and we break down the in-country battles between the French and Russian skaters here, how Jason Brown proves that an easier clean skate can still score big, and our awe that Nathan Chen can still skate at such a high level while studying full-time at Yale.…
 
The final Grand Prix ice dance event was a stacked event with lots of ups and downs, and we break down just what makes Papadakis and Cizeron's elements so good, which teams are really taking advantage of their choreographic elements, and how improving your Tango Romantica levels can make all the difference in a tight competition.…
 
We wrap up our discussion of Rostelecom with the men, including a lengthy discussion of Yuzuru Hanyu's injury and the importance of being patient in recovery, how the pressure to live up to expectations might have effected Mikhail Kolyada and Keegan Messing, and the excitement of a quad Axel attempt from Artur Dmitriev.…
 
With the fifth grand prix competition completed, we begin our recap with a ladies field curtailed by withdrawals. We discuss how Samodurova and Yamashita handled the pressure of possibly making the final, our excitement that Eunsoo Lim is the first non Russian or Japanese lady on a grand prix podium, and discuss Gracie Gold's tough road to a co ...…
 
This was a bit of weaker ice dance field than some we've seen, and we gripe about Tango Romantica levels and pattern interruptions, before looking on the bright side to enthuse about our love for Stepanova/Bukin and Hurtado/Khaliavin's free dances, and how cool it is to see so many children of skaters competing against each other.…
 
The pairs were a bit up and down, but we discuss confident skates from Tarasova/Morozov and Della Monica/Guarise, the resurgence of Ziegler/Kiefer with a strong final lift, and the struggles American pairs are having with their throw jumps this grand Prix season.
 
Click or tap here to read the full show notes on www.fluentlanguage.co.uk Learning a language is a long journey, and even after many years of dedication it can still feel like you're far from arriving. One of the milestones we hope to hit along the way is to start creating a 'perfect accent' in another language, so we can fit in well. But how i ...…
 
Click or tap here to read the full show notes on www.fluentlanguage.co.uk Learning a language is a long journey, and even after many years of dedication it can still feel like you're far from arriving. One of the milestones we hope to hit along the way is to start creating a 'perfect accent' in another language, so we can fit in well. But how i ...…
 
Can you imagine how fun it would be to speak to a fellow language lover who's encouraging you to share ALL your language questions, from comma conundrums to relative clause regrets? And how great would it be to have all this language joy just outside your front door? With excitement about any language? Let me tell you, this utopia exists in New ...…
 
Can you imagine how fun it would be to speak to a fellow language lover who's encouraging you to share ALL your language questions, from comma conundrums to relative clause regrets? And how great would it be to have all this language joy just outside your front door? With excitement about any language? Let me tell you, this utopia exists in New ...…
 
There were a number of pairs skating back-to-back events at NHK, but it was a much stronger event overall. We break down the classical Russian and classical Chinese pairs who booked their spots in the Final, the battle for the bronze and for side-by-side jumps, and our annoyance over Basic level death spirals in the short program.…
 
The men at NHK had a really rough week, and we break down all of the pops, falls, and under-rotations. We cover Shoma Uno's continued struggles with his combinations, the great consistency of Sergei Voronov, and discuss the strategy of including multiple quads in this new scoring system.
 
With the withdrawal of Papadakis and Cizeron, this dance event was wide open, and we break down the continuing Tango Romantica issues faced by the majority of teams, the continued rise of Fear and Gibson, and discuss just how difficult Christopher Dean's choreography is.
 
We begin our recap of NHK 2018 with the strongest ladies event so far on the Grand Prix. We speculate on how Rika Kihira might handle the pressure of her next event, what Mai Mihara can do to make the leap onto the Japanese national podium, and what we can hope for from the rest of Alena Leonova's season.…
 
Our final recap for GP Helsinki is the ice dance, and we have a lot to talk about. We discuss our excitement over Stepanova and Bukin's new free dance, Mary's love of Mozart and her childhood dream skating music, and of course Guignard and Fabbri's time violation and music issue in the RD (and a request to the ISU to give everyone an official s ...…
 
Every other week on the Fluent Show, I answer your listener questions. Today a question from Sheela: How to Simplify Your List of Languages To Learn Here are a few options for getting more clarity in your ‘to learn’ list: Do allow yourself a dabble in some languages and choose only one or two big focus languages every year, or even for several ...…
 
Every other week on the Fluent Show, I answer your listener questions. Today a question from Sheela: How to Simplify Your List of Languages To Learn Here are a few options for getting more clarity in your ‘to learn’ list: Do allow yourself a dabble in some languages and choose only one or two big focus languages every year, or even for several ...…
 
The pairs at the first GP Helsinki were kind of a mess.Was it the ice? Just a bad day? Who knows entirely? We sure don't.There were definitely some highlights, but mostly we just hope for better skates for everyone going forward.
 
The ladies were definitely a mixed batch. There weren't a ton of amazing skates, but definitely a lot of good ones, but these ladies really shouldn't go for that 3Lo+3T combo in the short program...
 
This men's event had it all! The good, the bad and the ugly.We finally got to see Hanyu's 4T+3A sequence, we had great skates from Michal Brezina and Junhwan Cha, but a lot of the other guys struggled. Not quite Cup of Disaster, but this weekend was a rough one.
 
The Skate Canada men's event was a really exciting one, and we have lots to say about different skaters' quad success rates, our excitement at seeing so many skaters have a strong short program, and why Kevin Aymoz was dramatically under appreciated by the crowd and the judges.
 
The pairs event at Skate Canada was much stronger at the top than last week's event, and we discuss how much we loved all of the top four teams, how James and Cipres might be able to avoid a time violation in the free skate, and our annoyance with falls receiving positive GOE and what could be done about it.…
 
We continue our Skate Canada recap with our impressions of seeing the dance event live, including our dismay at how little the teams practiced their Tango Romantica patterns, our horror over the number of falls, and our impressions of which programs were most enjoyed by the audience at Place Bell.
 
We're home from Skate Canada, and have tons to discuss after watching all of the practices and events live in person! We start with the ladies, and discuss all the skaters here coming off of injury, the most consistent jumper of the competition, and our annoyance with audience members leaving before the best skates of the ladies event.…
 
Our theme for today’s show is language learning friendship and having buddies who truly love language learning. We are recording this week in Ljubljana from the Polyglot Conference, so in the show you'll also hear from a few of the many language loving people visiting the city this weekend. The polyglots you heard in interviews from the Polyglo ...…
 
Our theme for today’s show is language learning friendship and having buddies who truly love language learning. We are recording this week in Ljubljana from the Polyglot Conference, so in the show you'll also hear from a few of the many language loving people visiting the city this weekend. The polyglots you heard in interviews from the Polyglo ...…
 
Our last discipline to cover from Skate America is the Pairs event, and we break down the emergence of new teams in the post-Olympic season, the difficulty teams are having with new lift levels, and how important it is for a team and their coach to be in sync with each others' priorities.
 
There was a smaller field in the Skate America Ladies event than we had hoped for, but we discuss some really amazing programs, some disastrous ones, and how tough it is to regain confidence after a bad skate, particularly when skaters have back-to-back competitions.
 
We continue our recap of the first Grand Prix of the season with the Men's event at Skate America, and discuss how ill fitting costumes can detract from the effect of detailed movements in a program, why under rotated jumps are more costly this season than before, and recap some Kiss and Cry etiquette.…
 
Click or tap here to read the full show notes in my blog article on www.fluentlanguage.co.uk Every month, a staggering amount of new ideas, apps and websites burst onto the scene of language learning. It can be hard to keep up, but here at the Fluent Show we've got your back. We regularly choose our list of top tools in language learning and pr ...…
 
Click or tap here to read the full show notes in my blog article on www.fluentlanguage.co.uk Every month, a staggering amount of new ideas, apps and websites burst onto the scene of language learning. It can be hard to keep up, but here at the Fluent Show we've got your back. We regularly choose our list of top tools in language learning and pr ...…
 
The Grand Prix is officially here, and we break down the entirety of the first Ice Dance event of the series, including controversial skate colours, problematic and confusing voice overs, and the genius of Christopher Dean's choreography.
 
In today's episode I discuss the question of how to have the best memory possible for learning a langauge. There are a bunch of rules of thumb to help you work out if memorizing can help you progress from where you are right now. Speaking requires quick recall, agile thinking. Writing requires attention to detail. Rule of Thumb: Understand the ...…
 
In today's episode I discuss the question of how to have the best memory possible for learning a langauge. There are a bunch of rules of thumb to help you work out if memorizing can help you progress from where you are right now. Speaking requires quick recall, agile thinking. Writing requires attention to detail. Rule of Thumb: Understand the ...…
 
The Junior Grand Prix season has come to an end, and we recap the emotional final competition, including how much stress skaters close to making the final are under, how hard it is to skate fast while in hold, and Alexandra Trusova's history-making freeskate.
 
We conclude our Finlandia recap with the Men and Ice Dance, and discuss random confetti explosions (and how to deal with them), the importance of long limbs in the Tango Romantica, and the spin issues being had by a number of Cricket Club skaters, culminating in a dramatic butt-spin.
 
We recap the last Challenger event before the Grand Prix, and discuss how hard it is to skate while sick, our excitement over Finland's female skaters, and a long digression on the literary themes of The Great Gatsby, and why it's so hard to portray them in a skating program.
 
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