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Join Sam Marsden (ESPN), Rik Sharma (Goal), Toni Juanmartí (Diario SPORT) and special guests for this weekly podcast on FC Barcelona. Siempre Positivo is the only English-language podcast exclusively focused on Barça brought to you by people on the ground in the city. The podcast covers every inch of the football club, from match reviews and previews to transfer news and the latest controversy (it's never quiet at Camp Nou!)
 
Colombia Calling is your first stop for everything you ever wanted to know about Colombia. Colombia Calling is hosted by Anglo Canadian transplant to Colombia, Richard McColl and the Newscast is provided by journalist Emily Hart. Tune in for politics, news, reviews, travel and culture stories, all related to Colombia.
 
Young Changemakers is a Podcast by Global Changemakers, an international Youth Organization that supports youth-lead development. We share the stories of young people working to create more sustainable, fair and inclusive communities. We interview young changemakers from across the world about their motivations, ambitions and lessons learned along the way. We’ll show you the incredible impact of youth and that you too can make a difference.
 
PQPCast - podcast semanal, feito por #MulheresPodcasters, dedicado a debater sobre a sociedade e ativismo com base em fatos, dados, pesquisas e vivências. Disponível todas as segundas-feiras! Produção: Thata Finotto, Natália Mattos, Malu Leite & Lybia Abaaoud // Tribo TDAH - único podcast em português do mundo sobre Transtorno de Déficit de Atenção e Hiperatividade e saúde mental, com conteúdo quinzenal sempre na primeira e terceira quintas-feiras do mês. Produção: Thata Finotto
 
The Loh Down on Science: Special Pandemic Edition explores the science and history of pandemics (appropriate for middle school and up). Each week, fascinating new three-minute modules are reported by science writers from the Loh Down on Science "Hive." Subjects include: global crises' unexpected "silver linings" (i.e. technological innovations), what Isaac Newton did during HIS 1600's college quarantine, the science of soap, COVID-19's surprising impacts on climate change, and Folding@home, ...
 
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Barcelona moved top of LaLiga at the weekend thanks to a 1-0 win over Mallorca, while Real Madrid could only manage a 1-1 draw at home to Osasuna. Now Xavi's side turn their attention to the Champions League, with a huge game against Inter Milan at the San Siro on Tuesday. Sam, Rik and Toni (from his Milan hotel) discuss the Mallorca game and look …
 
Hallo and welcome to another episode of Colombia Calling - I’m Emily Hart and this week I’ll be chatting to Nubia Rojas about journalism at war – how journalists fell victim to, but also took part in, Colombia’s civil conflict. Nubia is a journalist and researcher who has worked on conflicts across the world both as a correspondent and an analyst, …
 
Adventurer Daniel Eggington sets out, third time lucky, to cross the lesser-known pacific side of the impenetrable jungle connecting Colombia to Panama, known as the Darien Gap. Hear his tales of river crossings, being abandoned, snakes and scorpions, not to mention a meeting with an individual from an illegal armed group, along the way. How did th…
 
Hallo and welcome to Colombia Calling – I’m Emily Hart and this week we’re discussing peace and statehood with two expert researchers – Dr Gwen Burnyeat and Dr Andrei Gomez-Suarez. Burnyeat is a junior research fellow in anthropology at Oxford University, with over a decade working on peace and politics in Colombia, as well as author of numerous bo…
 
Barcelona made it five wins in a row in LaLiga against Elche at the weekend to go into the international break second, just two points back from Real Madrid. There were two more goals for Robert Lewandowski, who now has 11 for the season, and one for Memphis Depay. Sam, Rik and Toni delve into a game that became even more one-sided than it looked l…
 
Simon Faulkner is a lecturer of International Tourism Management at University College Birmingham. As an expert in the travel industry from an academic standpoint, we are fortunate to have him on the Colombia Calling podcast to discuss his recent trip to Colombia, which included the Colombian Caribbean island of Providencia. We discuss what he saw …
 
Joining us from Lund University where she teaches at the Graduate School 2030, Jesica López is a Bogotana on a mission to investigate and share how we can work together to understand land transformation and halt deforestation in the Amazon. The overarching aim of of Lopez' study is to improve our systems' approach understanding the mechanisms behin…
 
Goals from Raphinha, Robert Lewandowski and Eric Garcia helped Barcelona beat Sevilla 3-0 at the Sanchez Pizjuan on Saturday. Xavi Hernandez's side now have 10 points from 12 in LaLiga this season. Sam, Rik and Toni look back on a game that saw Sevilla start well before Barça took control after taking the lead. There was an impressive performance f…
 
The Meridian Brothers talk to journalist Emily Hart about salsa, technocracy, and their epic new album - lost in time between the 1970s and 2022, technology and nostalgia - and reality and creation. Formed in 1998,The group identifies as “B-class” salsa whose music explores human struggles in the urban city landscape, with themes such as police bru…
 
Come for Barcelona's 4-0 win over Real Valladolid, stay for Toni singing The Flintstones. Sam and Toni look back on a game that saw Robert Lewandowski hit two more goals, with Pedri and Sergi Roberto also on target as Barça made it seven points from nine this season. They also look ahead to what could be another busy week at Camp Nou with the trans…
 
Tune to hear Colombia Calling podcast episode 437 with special guest Adriaan Alsema, director of news site Colombia Reports and hear us discussing the new government of President Gustavo Petro in Colombia. From behind a fog of cigarrette smoke, Alsema gives us his feelings on the new cabinet members, including the scandal surrounding the nomination…
 
Barcelona picked up their first win of the new LaLiga season on Sunday as they beat Real Sociedad 4-1 at Anoeta. Robert Lewandowski scored a brace on his 34th birthday and Ansu Fati made a huge impact off the bench as Xavi Hernandez's side flexed their new-found depth. Sam and Rik discuss the victory -- and Toni will be back with Sam on Tuesday for…
 
Friend to the Colombia Calling podcast, Pete Watson PhD joins us to discuss football and its use by politicians as a uniting force in Colombia. Read the snippet about Watson's book below and enjoy our conversation as we discuss politics, politicians, womens' football in Colombia and much more. Watson's book explores the pivotal role that football p…
 
Barcelona's LaLiga campaign began with a goalless draw at the weekend against Rayo Vallecano. Not even getting Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha registered in time could help them break down their stubborn opposition, who had chances of their own. Sam and Toni reflect on the game with Rik in Australia -- although he did send in his ratings -- and the…
 
As changemakers, we need to be able to express our ideas, campaign for the causes we believe in, promote our services, and find volunteers. Sometimes, it's hard to navigate the digital world as it is rapidly changing, and this is where a digital marketing agency such as Galactic Fed comes in. They are not only experts in every field, from paid ads …
 
Yulia and Vinuri talk about the intersectionality between faith and sexuality. Many people struggle with finding a community that fully accepts their complete self, so Yulia has been at the forefront of advocating for this in her home country, Indonesia. In this episode, Yulia talks about how her studies abroad and experiences at home influenced he…
 
Marina creció en un pueblo en el medio de Argentina. Tuvo la posibilidad de ir becada a un evento internacional de ciencias que le cambió la vida y le abrió el mundo. Quiso replicar el evento en su ciudad y su país, por lo que inició organizando unos eventos que formaran líderes y así nació Líderes de Ansenuza. La organización es hoy un referente e…
 
Today we hear about mental health constantly on social media, however, the stigma associated with it is still a reality for many individuals. The struggle to accept yourself when society judges you for your diagnosis is an unfortunate reality in our societies. Damian created the ZETA Movement with the goal of breaking this cycle within youth commun…
 
Mantaro es un Changemaker que inició su camino desde muy joven, luego de haber sido víctima de bullying. En lugar de permanecer un con rótulo y victimizarse, decidió crear una cultura de paz. Lo anterior, lo llevó a fundar Juventudes Unidas, iniciativa con la cual llevó un proyecto de ley sobre bullying que hoy es ley en el Estado de Nuevo León en …
 
Have you noticed how refugees are portrayed in the media as villains or as helpless? Andre Leon Hanna, a Changemaker, lawyer and student from the US/Egypt, realized how dehumanizing this is and decided to shift the narrative. He talks to Sara about the story behind his book "25 million sparks: The untold story of refugee entrepreneurs", the tale of…
 
Today mental health is at the forefront of our daily conversations and the pandemic has shown us its importance and how citizens need to have access to adequate care. Activist Diana Chao has been advocating for this since she was 15 years old. She founded the organization Letters 2 Strangers and has worked to provide and advocate access for minorit…
 
Estamos invadidos de malas noticias. Cada que prendemos un noticiero, nos quedamos con la sensación de que el mundo está mal y no hay mucho que podamos hacer. Emiliana es una periodista que empezó su carrera en noticieros en prestigiosos canales de televisión y se dio cuenta del poder que tienen los medios de comunicación masivos y cómo ese poder n…
 
“I aspire to a world where everyone, everywhere lives a life of dignity and young people have a safe space to lead and drive positive change in their communities”. In George's last episode as a Podcast host, he chats with Nhial Deng. Nhial has been a refugee for nearly half of his life. Nhial arrived at Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp in 2010, at only …
 
Vinuri talks to Joao about how his life has been since they both attended the Global Youth Summit in 2016. They talked about how his organization Impulso transitioned over the pandemic and the eventual decision to close the organization. This episode is incredibly enlightening as the conversation focuses on government relief for small businesses in…
 
Goitse es de Botswana y se unió a Global Changemakers al ser seleccionada para el Global Youth Summit en el 2019. Desde ese momento, no ha parado. Ha estado involucrada con nuestros eventos, ha sido mentora, profesora en nuestros cursos y tallerista. Goitse fundó una organización que se llama the Leader Unleashed en el 2020 con apoyo de GCM. Busca …
 
Our Young Changemakers Podcast is back with a brand new season! Our co-hosts Vinuri and Sara sit down after recording the whole season to discuss what the experience has been like for them. They do a short summary of what’s coming, introducing the themes of mental health, social entrepreneurship, youth leadership, and refugees. The new season is ve…
 
La Leyenda, South America's most prestigious mountain bike stage race, where adventurous professional and amateur cyclists from around the world race side by side in the majestic Andean mountains of Colombia. As formidable as it is breathtaking, the Leyenda route showcases the best of this cycling crazy country – tropical river valleys and sweeping…
 
Lewandowski opened his account for Barça in the Joan Gamper thrashing of Pumas, Dani Alves was back, Frenkie de Jong was threatened with legal action and Toni reveals what Barcelona need to get all their players registered by the weekend and the opening league game against Rayo Vallecano. Apols for Rik's audio which loses some sharpness partway int…
 
On Episode 434 of the Colombia Calling podcast, special guest Ole Reidar Bergum - Counsellor for Climate and Forests/ Consejero de Clima y Bosque - Royal Norwegian Embassy in Bogotá, joins us to speak in-depth and openly about the tragedy of the rampant deforestation taking place at the moment in Colombia. We discuss the causes and results and what…
 
On Episode 433, we take a look at a couple of the stories coming out of Colombia which may have escaped your notice with various events ocurring around the world, stealing the headlines in the foreign pages of your newspapers and outlets. After the Colombia news brief with journalist Emily Hart, I sit down to give you an extremely abridged and summ…
 
In another exciting episode of the Colombia Calling podcast, we prioritize all questions put to us by our Patreon supporters (www.patreon.com/colombiacalling) and answer all of your queries regarding the future government and potential policies of Colombia's president-elect Gustavo Petro. This in an unedited recording with myself and journalist Emi…
 
On this week's Colombia Calling, we get to talk to members of musical collectives, bullerengue groups and the Colombian disapora in London and to hear about a new folkloric music festival they have set up in Barcelona: Prende la Vela, from July 29-31 2022. "We also want to transcend the political polarization in Colombia. For us, folkloric music is…
 
In this week's episode, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Ander Agudelo, an entrepreneur from Medellín, keen on telling us about some of the realities of the city beyond the popular tourist haunts of El Poblado and Laureles. By way of Ander's online and on-site Spanish classes (Spanglish 360 Academy on facebook and Instagram), we hear about…
 
On Episode 429 of the Colombia Calling podcast, we're allowing the dust to settle on the recent presidential elections in Colombia and take a look at one of Colombia's first free-thinkers, Antonio Nariño. Our special guest this week is Emily Hausheer who has investigated in-depth the life and times of Nariño. It all begins with the outbreak of the …
 
Over the last fifteen years Colombia has moved from ostensibly failed state to emerging market and tourist destination, providing Nobel-endorsed evidence that peace and reconciliation are possible after decades of brutalization. But while Colombia may no longer be the country that former president Ernesto Samper described in 2002, where governing w…
 
Sam and Rik talked Joan Laporta's meeting with Jorge Mendes, Bernardo Silva and Frenkie de Jong's future on today's bonus pod for patrons, but they also discussed Barça Femeni's season with Maria Tikas from SPORT. This part of the episode is being released for free, which you can listen to here. Check out Siempre Pod on Patreon for more content thr…
 
Colombian writer, journalist, philosopher and art dealer Juan Pablo Plata joins us on this week's Colombia Calling podcast (Episode 427) to discuss Colombia as a literary experience and how literature in Colombia has been defined over each decade by single-crop farming (monocultivo) and extractive industries. Perhaps, says Plata, we can look at Pal…
 
What a rollercoaster of an afternoon we had, viewing the results of the first round of the Colombian presidential election as they came in. On this week's Colombia Calling podcast, we chat to Mark Kennedy (journalist: Latin American Advisor and Inter-American Dialogue) and throw around ideas regarding the voting and how this develops for both candi…
 
Sam, Rik and Toni talk about Siempre Positivo's summer schedule, the Eric Garcia/centre-backs debate some Patrons had on Discord, plus after Courtois's Champions League final heroics, discuss whether Ter Stegen can get back to his best. --Toni's snub --Extra pressure after Madrid win --Building, for real --Discord debate on Eric --Centre-back style…
 
In this special episode, Sara talks to her colleague Courtney about the current grant selection cycle which is open for Changemakers in North America. To find out more about the grants and apply: www.global-changemakers.net/grants To learn more about Global Changemakers and the Changemakers School visit www.global-changemakers.net/school Follow us …
 
Dr Hannah Meszaros Martin is not a newcomer to the Colombia Calling podcast having previously joined us on Ep413 "What is Forensic Architecture?" On Episode 425 she brings her wealth of knowledge on the topic of glyphosate to the podcast to discuss its history, use in the eradication of coca and beyond. She says: "the eradication of coca cannot be …
 
It's been a tough season from a Barcelona point of view but it's finally over now. Sam, Rik and Toni talk about the 2-0 defeat to Villarreal, trip to Australia for a friendly, who the best player of the campaign was and the women's Champions League final defeat. --Hot --Poor Adama --Anaesthetised Barça --Luuk's goodbye --No lap of honour --Rik's ra…
 
Shafik Meghji is an award-winning travel writer, journalist and author based in South London specialising in Latin America and South Asia. But on this episode 424 of the Colombia Calling podcast, we discuss his new book: "Crossed off the Map, Travels in Bolivia," and also pick his brains about travel in Colombia. Tune in to hear fun banter with Meg…
 
Sam, Rik and Toni are back to discuss Barcelona's goalless draw at Getafe, which secured them a top two finish in LaLiga and a place in next season's Spanish Supercopa with one game to spare. Prior to that match, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski had revealed his desire to leave the German club, with Barça keen to bring him to Camp Nou. Runn…
 
One year ago in 2021, the southwestern Colombian city of Cali became the flashpoint for massive protests in what was known as the #paronacional. Underestimated and misunderstood by the government, protests lasted for several months and there was a significant loss of life. Journalist Jorge Luis Galeano Bolaños, director of HechoEnCali.com joins us …
 
This pod will self-destruct in 24 hours. Actually, that’s not true but Barcelona face Celta Vigo on Tuesday so its 'best before date' is certainly in the next day. Sam and Rik look at Barcelona’s win at Real Betis that locks in Champions League football and discuss the return of golden boy Ansu Fati. Toni is away but leaves some audios with his tho…
 
What were the "false positives or falsos positivos? Adriaan Alsema of Colombia Reports joins us on this "explainer" episode. This is the name given to the killings of young men - mainly from humble families - carried out by the Colombian army to inflate numbers of "neutralized" guerrilla combatants during the long-running conflict. The Colombian ar…
 
Sam, Rik and Toni talk about Barcelona's 2-1 win on Sunday night over RCD Mallorca, with goals from Memphis Depay and Sergio Busquets to stop the rot after three consecutive defeats at Camp Nou. Ansu Fati returned and there's a lot of talk about a certain Carlos Soler story which we looked at. --Step forward or not? --Memphis's display --Link with …
 
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