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Welcome to Season 3 of I'm Sorry Zero Points. The Eurovision podcast by Irish Eurovision fans Adrian & Seamus. From January to May they bring you all the Eurovision news, song reviews and interviews with Eurovision stars present & past, before flying to Malmö in May. Between podcast episodes follow us on Instagram @sorryzeropointspodcast & on Twitter @sorryzeropoints for extra content. Email: imsorryzeropoints@gmail.com
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Sweden in Focus is The Local’s weekly podcast where we discuss the big news and talking points in Sweden as well as explore and explain the issues that impact life in the country. We also answer your essential questions and look ahead at what’s coming up. In each episode presenter Paul O’Mahony chats about the most important news and must-know information with The Local Sweden’s James Savage, Emma Löfgren, Richard Orange and Becky Waterton. They are frequently joined by other expert commenta ...
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COVIDpod

Velocity Hughes

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Scientific, cultural, and personal stories from the Coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic, hosted by Velocity Hughes, a microbiologist and research coordinator in clinical epidemiology. Location: Malmö, Sweden.
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The good chat podcast

Housing Office Malmö University

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The Housing Office at Malmö University has prepared a podcast series just for prospective students. The Good Chat Podcast is hosted by the Resident Assistants of the Housing Office at Malmö University. It is essentially a free-flowing conversation engaging in a range of topics such as things to keep in mind before you pack your bags, things to know upon arrival, and also some personal insights of living at University Housing namely – Celsiusgården and Rönngården. Tune in, if you want a perso ...
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A new revamp of the old podcast format sees Emma in Uppsala/Stockholm and Sanjay in Malmö meeting students, immigrants to Sweden and born and raised Swedes to discuss their favourite neighbourhoods in Sweden. What makes a neighbourhood in Sweden? What different types of neighbourhoods are there, and how do they vary depending on where you are in the country? Brought to you by Study In Sweden and the Swedish Institute. Visit studyinsweden.se for information on studies and life in Sweden.
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Välkommen till Schlagerfesten! Ditt självklara val för en omfattande överblick av hela veckans schlagerbravader. Varje vecka kommer tre festliga avsnitt; onsdagar med veckans gäst och analyser inför kommande deltävling, fredag kväll med uppdateringar från välkomstfest och rep, söndag morgon med intervjuer och skvaller från efterfesten. Elaine Mooe, Anders Ringqvist bjuder dig på intervjuer, analyser och en massa skvaller och skratt! Ta vår hand i din och häng med oss genom årets schlageryra!
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Nordic-China Startup Forum

Nordic China Startup Forum

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Nordic-China Startup Forum connects Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland, with China. We are a community organization that helps to introduce startups, entrepreneurs, and the startup ecosystem to other members of the community. We are a Student-Led Non-Profit that holds events online and offline in various cities including, Beijing, Oslow, Shanghai, Copenhagen, Shenzhen, Helsinki, Guangzhou, Malmo, Chengdu, Lund, Chongqing, Reykjavik, and more. We are always looking for more communi ...
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Nordisk Panorama - Nordic Short & Doc Film Festival is a full fledged film festival, industry event and meeting point for filmmakers, distributors, financiers and audiences alike. Nordisk Panorama is taking the pulse on the current Nordic short and documentary film scene and every year it attracts 700+ delegates from more than 20 countries to a wide range of activities taking place during five days in September. Since 2013 the festival is taking place in Malmö, Sweden.
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Inside Sisk

John Sisk & Son

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‘Meet the people behind the projects’. For over 160 years, John Sisk & Son has been building the places where we live, work, play, and pray. Still family-run, the company behind so many iconic projects, puts its success down to its people. People with many skills but one goal: to create exceptional places that leave a positive legacy.In ‘Inside Sisk’, we meet the people behind the projects. We hear what drives them, what fulfils them, what it means to be a part of the Sisk family. Their own ...
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Welcome to the world's favourite Eurovision podcast! Join Rob and James every Wednesday as they chat to some of the biggest guests from the world's biggest music competition. They delve into the biggest news stories, ask the questions you want answering, and each episode brings its own challenge with the One Second Song. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @EuroTripPodcast, or drop us an email, hello@eurotrippodcast.com. The Euro Trip is brought to you by James Rowe and Rob Lilley. Hosted on ...
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Welcome to Mysteries of the EuroVerse, the podcast that delves deep into the intriguing world of the Eurovision Song Contest-- the world’s most watched non-sporting event. Eurovision has been running for nearly 70 years, and is watched by hundreds of millions of people. (It’s bigger than the Super Bowl)! Join us as we explore the history, the controversies, and all the campy fun of the biggest music competition in the world. Covering topics from the queer history of the contest to the politi ...
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Eurovision from A to Z

Eurovision from A to Z

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Welcome to Eurovision from A to Z! Get into a fantastic journey through the history of Eurovision Song Contest., where Didrik and Javier will review all the festivals from 1956 onwards. This podcast is open to eurofans from any country or any age who want to collaborate with us. Eurovision from A to Z is a podcast made by eurofans for eurofans.
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With each new episode, I will conduct a mini-profile of a randomly selected club or national team. I will discuss the histories, cultures, rivalries, stadiums, and more. If you love the beautiful game and learning about various clubs and national teams, then this is the podcast for you!
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Solidarity Is This is a podcast created and hosted by Deepa Iyer, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Building Movement Project where she runs Solidarity Is, a multi-strategy program to deepen transformative solidarity practices, models, narratives, and ideas. On the podcast, we explore how individuals and institutions are experimenting with cross-racial and cross-movement solidarity in America’s changing racial landscape. Learn more at www.solidarityis.org
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Reinout te Brake is running a Video Gaming Consulting Firm. He and his team are assisting video games companies with their strategy, finance and exit strategie. It is not just about developing one video game, it is about much more to run a successful outfit in the game industry today. In his podcast the latest video gaming news, but also interviews with interesting gaming people who share their insides, experiences and give useful advise to the listeners of this games podcast. https://podcas ...
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En historia underifrån

En historia underifrån

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En historia underifrån är en podcast om Malmös historia baserat på ett socialhistoriskt perspektiv. I podcasten kommer vi att få möta en rad olika händelser ur Malmös historia under 1900-talet, från August Palms berömda tal hvad vilja socialisterna till stormiga kravaller under 1940-talet. Jag som driver en historia underifrån heter Peter Ericsson och är född 1992. Min utbildningsbakgrund är filosofie magister i historia och kulturanalys, med särskilt fokus på politiska strömningar under 190 ...
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Nemo med The Code vann Eurovision 2024 för Schweiz! Vi har kommit hem och vilat lite och försöker sammanfatta vad det var som egentligen hände under den mycket märkliga veckan i Malmö. Professor Anders är tillbaka och förklarar för oss vad EBU egentligen är och gör och självklart tittar vi även närmare på lite röstningssiffror och berättar mer om v…
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There’s lots to look back on, and over the summer months, we’ll be sure to do that. But for now, here are our highlights from the Grand Final, the week in Malmö, and the 2024 season as we bring the curtain down. Eurovision Insight Podcast: Our Final News From Malmö, Sunday 12th May Ewan Spence, Fin Ross Russell, and Dude Points are joined by Samant…
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In this episode we report LIVE from Malmö, Sweden! As controversy swirls around Israel’s participation in the contest and Eurovision tries to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of ABBA’s win with a contest more geared toward high spectacle and chart topping pop songs than ever, we’re bringing you a super-sized episode! First we talk to Eurovision winne…
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We quiz the European Broadcasting Union on the uniquely complex situation presented by the contest in Sweden this year as we catch up with Communications and Digital Manager Dave Goodman. Later we look ahead to the second semi-final in Malmö as we chat to Saba from Denmark, songwriter and backing vocalist Melanie Wehbe, Keiino's Tom Hugo, and anoth…
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From decorations to infrastructure, food and local business connections, there’s a lot to think about when hosting an event the size of the Eurovision Song Contest. There are also lots of opportunities to make a circular impact with it. In today’s episode of the Circular Economy Show, we travel to Malmö, the city hosting the 2024 Eurovision Song Co…
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Hello and welcome back to a new episode of these special series about Eurovision 2024! After ranking our the songs competing at Malmö 2024 with our friends, now it's time for Didrik and Javier to make our predictions and other issues about this edition. At the time of the recording, we had only pictures and one-camera shoot snippets of the first re…
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We got some fun beers to try this episode. Malmö Meadery has been producing some really good meads for a few years now. They have been releasing single fruit meads have been pretty good. Martin knows how much Stefan loves guava so of course he brought Exclusive - Guava Mead. Not sure guava needs to be made into a mead but here it is. Founders Brewi…
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In late 2022 the Irish government awarded Sisk the contract to build seven state-of-the-art Community Nursing Units (CNUs) across Ireland. CNUs are residential care facilities that provide full-time medical care for patients while also relieving pressure on acute hospitals, and, as such, they play a critical role in the country’s healthcare system.…
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Join Kendall, Fulya and Michael on the podcast that refuses to behave! The crew chat about what they've watched this week before jumping in to the latest in Nerdy News brought to you by the hostess with the mostest Kendall Richardson.Trailer Park: Beetlejuice Beetlejuice, Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F and I Am: Celine Dion.***SPOILERS AHEAD***Popcorn C…
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As the Director and Reuse Lead at GoUnpackaged, Catherine Conway has become one of the leading voices in the world of return and refill. In this episode of the Circular Economy Show, Catherine reflects on the goals of the Refill Coalition, the critical role of design in reusable packaging, and how we can scale these solutions for a more circular fu…
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This week in Sweden in Focus: Nurses plan to strike, Sweden Democrats vow to keep on trolling, and how can Sweden combat discrimination? Host Paul O’Mahony is joined by The Local Sweden's editor Emma Löfgren and our Nordic correspondent Richard Orange. The episode also features interviews with Greg Fernando, the founder of New to Sweden, an organis…
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Martin took a little trip to Breda, Netherlands. He was able to collect a few beers while he was there to bring back with him. Breda is a small little down just north of the Belgian boarder and has a suprising number of quality beer bars. The first beer we get to try is from Brouwerij de Manskerel Manskerel Quad Barrel Aged. This barrel aged Belgia…
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In this week's Sweden in Focus Extra: Green Party joint leader Daniel Helldén on criticism of government climate policy, the EU elections, immigration and online attacks from far-right troll accounts. After a turbulent period for the party, the Greens recently put in place a new leadership duo: Daniel Helldén, previously vice mayor of Stockholm, an…
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For one final time in the 2024 season, we're here with your weekly dose of Eurovision. We choose our favourite moments from the podcast from the last 10 months, including Olly Alexander's mum, one of our favourite Eurovision winners, plus our investigative journalism skills are put to the test! To support the podcast, head to Buy Me A Coffee. Follo…
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Deborah Dull is the supply chain super hero we’ve been waiting for. As co-founder of the Circular Supply Chain Network, she brings together supply chain professionals to discuss the circular economy in their work. In this episode, she shares what supply chains in a circular economy could actually look like. From the importance of optimising repair …
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You might have heard the mention at the end of our final podcast from Malmö 2024, but for those who didn’t, that was the 1000th podcast from ESC Insight. It’s a milestone certainly worthy of celebration, but at the end of a long Eurovision season, we wanted to do something a little bit more than “thanks for listening.” Which brings us to today, and…
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Join Kendall, Fulya and Michael on the podcast that refuses to behave! The crew chat about what they've watched this week before jumping in to the latest in Nerdy News brought to you by the hostess with the mostest Kendall Richardson.Trailer Park: The Rings of Power Season Two, Megalopolis, and Wicked.Quickie Review: X-Men ‘97 - Tolerance is Extinc…
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This week: Fallout from Sweden Democrat troll factory scandal, how Stockholm has prepared for Taylor Swift, excerpts from interview with Green Party leader Daniel Helldén. Host Paul O’Mahony is joined this week by The Local's Nordic correspondent, Richard Orange. The episode also features interviews with Dagens Nyheter's reporter Evelyn Jones, Stoc…
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Andreas Magnusson (Host, FalastinVision) - 6:55, Stig Karlsen (Head of Norway's Eurovision Delegation) - 13:57, Karin Karlsen (Head Organizer Eurovision 2024 for the City of Malmo) - 20:23 Bashar Murad (Wild West, Söngvakeppnin 2024) - 30:03, Tymoffi Muzychuck (Kalush Orchestra - Eurovision Winner 2022) - 47:20, Rosa Linn (Snap, Eurovision 2022, ov…
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Welcome to our show again! This is our final chapter of The 2024 Series where we analyse the recently finished Eurovision 2024 edition. Believe us, there has been a lot to analyse. It's been intense, stressing and exhausting. You will listen our opinions about this year, which are not the best or the worst but ir's our personal and own opinions. Di…
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Rob & James are back from Sweden and here to debrief everything that happened during the contest. They celebrate Switzerland's third victory as Nemo was crowned the winner, and Eurovision's first ever non-binary champion. They also discuss the fallout that continues to follow events in Malmö, Ireland's best results for over two decades, and what mi…
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Sometimes we like to go exploring in Systembolaget. We found a couple of interesting beers to review. Hyllie has been really working the larger, pils and IPA game really well. Some of their other traditional attempts have been just a little off the mark. Devilish is a Belgian strong golden ale that really nails the style. We were blown away by how …
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Join Kendall and Michael on the podcast that refuses to behave! The crew chat about what they've watched this week before jumping in to the latest in Nerdy News brought to you by the hostess with the mostest Kendall Richardson.Trailer Park: A Quiet Place: Day One, Twisters, Despicable Me 4Quickie Review: X-Men ‘97 - Tolerance is Extinction Part Two…
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Circular economy business models have been around for a long time, but we're not seeing the promised gold rush of new product-as-a-service models taking over the marketplace - even where the economic and environmental rationale appears super clear. In today’s episode of the Circular Economy Show, we explore the subject of scaling product-as-service…
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Nemo has won this year's Eurovision Song Contest for Switzerland. Their song, The Code, received 591 points to finish in first place, ahead of Croatia and Ukraine. They speak to Steve, just moments after receiving the coveted trophy to discuss what the win means to them. The Official Eurovision Song Contest podcast is produced and presented for the…
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Immediately after we recorded our last episode, things went wild. We’ll be back next week with more analysis, but we wanted to give you an up-to-the-minute update as we’ve had one artist disqualified and several others begin to openly protest from the Eurovision stage or not show up at all. Going into tonight, it’s unclear what will happen but we w…
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It's the evening of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final and we are discussing the breaking news around the Eurovision 2024 final. The Netherlands have been disqualified from performing at the final and lots has been happening during the day as the artists rehearse for tonight's final. We chat about it all and we take you through what we sa…
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A bonus episode covering the breaking news surrounding this year's Dutch entrant, Joost Klein. To get the latest on the story, we chat to Dutch Eurovision expert and host of the Ding-A-Dong podcast GJ Kooijman, and Aftonbladet reporter Natalie Demirian. To support the podcast, head to Buy Me A Coffee. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram & TikTok or ema…
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As the Eurovision Finale approaches, we explore a range of different show dimensions set to influence this year’s result. Eurovision Insight Podcast: Daily News From Malmö, Saturday 11th May Fin Ross Russell & Dude Points are joined by 12 Points From America’s Erik Nelson to preview the 2024 Eurovision Grand Final. They discuss the best of the big …
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It's here! The Grand Final of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest is taking place in Malmō. On this episode, Steve catches up with brothers Marcus & Martinus, who are opening the show for Sweden. Also, dropping by are drag superstars Nicky Doll and Courtney Act, as well as Serbian Eurovision legends Bojana Stemanov (2015) and Konstrakta (2022). Aft…
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We discuss who could emerge as the winner of the contest here in Malmö as we assess the chances of the leading contenders. In the episode we'll also hear how Luxembourg returned to Eurovision, how the BBC are preparing for the big night, and meet the reigning champion, Queen Loreen. The boys are also joined by Dutch Eurovision expert and podcast ho…
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Between Swedish musical numbers, surprise results and a schlager-filled finale, there was so much to enjoy as the Eurovision 2024 Semi Finals concluded. Eurovision Insight Podcast: Daily News From Malmö, Friday 10th May Fin Ross Russell & Dude Points are joined by 12 Points from America’s Liz Capouch to reflect on a surprise-filled Semi Final Two. …
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The two semifinals are over and we have our 10 qualifiers from each semi. We review and give our reactions. Who surprised and shocked us!? Also we are off to the Jury final and will bring you all the news from that on Saturday just in time for the Eurovision Grand Final 2024. Follow us on Instagram: @sorryzeropointspodcast & on X: @sorryzeropoints …
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