Best Malta podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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The Visitmalta podcasts will give you a local flavour of Malta and offer insight that would not be normally available in a guidebook.
 
It's not just fitness, it's a way of life.
 
Christopher “Kit” Marlowe (baptised 26 February 1564 – 30 May 1593) was an English dramatist, poet, and translator of the Elizabethan era. The foremost Elizabethan tragedian before William Shakespeare, he is known for his magnificent blank verse, his overreaching protagonists, and his own untimely death.The Jew of Malta (1589) is an original story of religious conflict, intrigue, and revenge, set against a backdrop of the struggle for supremacy between Spain and the Ottoman Empire in the Med ...
 
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Lovin Malta Reads
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The first episode of Lovin Malta's podcast sees Chucky, Mike and Johnathan read the Haiku Poetry of Franco Debono.
 
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry a leading UK medical school is launching two new medical programmes in Malta. Medicine MBBS Malta and Clinical Certificate in Foundation Studies Malta. Watch our exciting video for more information.For further details please visit the course overview page and fill out the enquiry form:• Medi ...…
 
Discover the great adventure of two great artists on MaltaBy VisitMalta.com.
 
How Caravaggio arrived in Malta, had was welcomed by the Knights and lost everything in a single night.By VisitMalta.com.
 
How Malta is preparing a great exhibition and many other initiatives to mark the 400th anniversary from the birth of the great Italian artist.By VisitMalta.com.
 
How the Knights of St. John managed to attract to Malta the greatest artists of the XVII CenturyBy VisitMalta.com.
 
Life and works of the great Italian artist of the XVII Century.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Experts analyze the best works by Mattia Preti in Malta.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Sky Spirit Fitness Lounge #5 by Skyspiritmalta on Mixcloud You can also download Sky Spirit Playlists on your own iPhone or iPod for FREE Simply follow these steps to download Podcast on your iTunes http://skyspiritmalta.com/podcast-tutorial-itunes/ and then download Sky Spirit Podcasts to your iPhone http://skyspiritmalta.com/podcast-tutorial- ...…
 
Sky Spirit Fitness Lounge #4 by Skyspiritmalta on Mixcloud
 
Sky Spirit Fitness Lounge #3 by Skyspiritmalta on Mixcloud
 
Sky Spirit Fitness Lounge #2 by Skyspiritmalta on Mixcloud
 
Sky Spirit Fitness Lounge – 21/10/2013 by Skyspiritmalta on Mixcloud Playlist: 1) Hot natured – Reverse Sky Diving (Shadow Child Remix) 2) Kolombo – Full FX 3) Calvin Harris – Sweet Nothing feat Florence Welch 4) Tiesto – Take Me 5) Alesso_feat_Matthew_Koma_-_Years 6) Bakermat-Vandaag-Original Mix 7) Nicky Romero – Toulouse 8) One_Republic – If ...…
 
TestBy podcast@radiomaria.org (Radio Maria Malta).
 
Brief introduction to the second series of the VisitMalta podcasts. Why Malta is great for filming - and for holiday too!By VisitMalta.com.
 
The narrow streets and walls of Valletta used in A Different Loyalty, Munich the Count of Montecristo and Midnight Express.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Tales from the Three Cities: Swept Away, Cutthroat Island, the Count of Montecristo, U-571, Munich.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Follow the Count of Montecristo in the "silent city" of Mdina, the secret agents of Munich in Rabat and the pirates of Cutthroat Island in Naxxar.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Urban waterfronts, wonderful beaches, wild cliffs: why Steven Spielberg, Brad Pitt and Sharon Stone all came here.By VisitMalta.com.
 
How the set of the movie Popeye became a wonderful theme park for children and their parents.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Troy, the Roman Colosseum, Alexandria: how ancient cities are built inside the fort of the Knights of Malta.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Malta's unique marine filming feature, where synthetic storms and naval battles are created.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Find a treasure on the tiny island of Comino: the incredible water of Blue Lagoon, the dramatic Santa Maria's tower, the caves.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Discover with the characters of Coronation Street the distinctive charme of Victoria, Ramla Bay and Dwejra on the island of GozoBy VisitMalta.com.
 
Interview with the Maltese fortifications expert Stephen Spiteri on the Valletta fortifications.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Fra John Critien, Knight of Malta and keeper of Fort St Angelo in the enchanting medieval city of Vittoriosa (Birgu), describes the 1000-year long epic history of the Order of the Knights of Malta, from its foundation in Jerusalem to the present day.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Brief introduction to the first series of the VisitMalta podcasts, which focus on Malta's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Here we suggest a day's visit to Valletta with 12 highlights and interesting features not to be missed while walking around.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Interview with archaeologist Nicholas Vella who explains the main features of the spectacular Ggantija Temples on the island of Gozo.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Maltese architect Konrad Buhagiar talks about Renzo Piano's new and exciting architectural plans and designs for the building of a new City Gate, Parliament and Opera House at the entrance of Valletta, and how the city will be transformed as a result of Piano's architectural designs.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Final episode of the series in which three visual artists - James Vella Clark, Kenneth Zammit Tabona and Laurent Muller - explain how they relate to Valletta and what it means to live in Malta today - an emotional and inspirational journey where the islands' characteristic elements of light, shadow, stone and sea become a vital source of inspir ...…
 
Curator Cynthia de Giorgio highlights the details of St John's Co-Cathedral and its baroque interior, the impressive marble floor and the famous Caravaggio paintings.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Art historian and Caravaggio scholar Keith Sciberras gives an insight into the adventurous life of the celebrated 'chiaro scuro' Master, his stay in Malta, his paintings and his enduring popularity.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Brief introduction to the first series of the VisitMalta podcasts, which focus on Malta's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Here we suggest a day's visit to Valletta with 12 highlights and interesting features not to be missed while walking around.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Interview with Marquis Nicholas de Piro, owner of Casa Rocca Piccola, a lived-in noble house museum. He recounts his family and house history from the time of the Knights of Malta until the present day.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Maltese artist and music critic Kenneth Zammit Tabona recalls his first visit to the Manoel Theatre and his involvement ever since, while actor and theatre critic Paul Xuereb shares his experience at the Manoel as an actor on the stage of this intimate baroque theatre commissioned by Grand Master Manoel de Vilhena. In the second part of the pod ...…
 
Interview with the philosopher and poet Joe Friggieri about Maltese folk and classical music and the much loved Maltese composer Charles Camilleri, who will be remembered as a major exponent of Maltese musical productions of the last century. The second part presents Ruben Zahra, a young and talented composer who derives inspiration from tradit ...…
 
Maltese archaeologist and curator of UNESCO World Heritage Sites Reuben Grima describes some of the highlights of Valletta's Museum of Archaeology and provides an insight into the fascinating culture of the megalithic temple builders.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Interview with archaeologists Reuben Grima and Nicholas Vella on the subterranean structure of the Hypogeum, which became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1980. The archaeologists offer some unique insights into the death rituals of the temple builders.By VisitMalta.com.
 
Maltese archaeologist Reuben Grima explains why Malta's megalithic temples of Hagar Qim, Mnajdra, Tarxien, and the complexes of Ta' Hagrat and Skorba can be considered unique architectural masterpieces, evidence of an advanced prehistoric civilisation flourishing on the islands 5,000 years ago.By VisitMalta.com.
 
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