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South Africa is a great tourist destination. Road Trip SA is a mobile app to help tourists find monuments, museums, statues and thousands of POI's. All the listings on the app have a photo, a brief description and some history of that spot. These podcasts are a way to create interest in South Africa as a travel destination, and to encourage downloads so clients can explore our history and culture.
 
The Hidden Light is a podcast about the occult and esoteric. Build upon the Obscure Podcasts, On the Blackchair and Esoterically, this is a podcast to look into occult literature, authors, discussing the works of some of the best esoteric and occult authors of today.
 
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The origins and spread of Afrikaans - what a wonderful language! 11 language monuments dotted around South Africa. 1652 - Jan van Riebeeck arrives in the Cape, and the Portuguese explore around the coast finally finding the route to the East. The podcast is spoken in a mix of English and Afrikaans.By Road Trip
 
We ended last time in Durban - and Durban is a fascinating city - a heady mix of British, Portuguese, Indian and Zulu cultures. We chat about the British history, the Voortrekkers, and the Indian culture and the Victoria Street market. And we talk about the muthi market at the Central Station in Durban. this episode is in English.…
 
Road Tripping in South Africa. The Road Trip SA mobile app is partnered with PitStops - how to find the cheapest diesel while you driving around in South Africa. Road Trip SA - the most comprehensive database of monuments, museums, statues and hundreds of POI's - all on your phone. This episode is an intro to the app, and fun with some iconic South…
 
A special volcano watch live event with the University of Geneva faculty of science on twitter spaces! The news as usual and then a special interview with 3 PhD students from the university of Geneva: Stefano who focuses on volcanic faults and fractures, Elliot who images the volcanic subsurface, and Maria-Paz who investigates volcanic hazards!…
 
We're back!!! We missed the podcast. This week we give a lonnnngggg update to catch up what we missed in August - it was an exciting month. At the end of the episode we have a little preview of the students we'll be interviewing next week for our Volcano Watch LIVE! twitter spaces event with the University of Geneva Faculty of Science (12:30 CET Se…
 
President Duterte Delivers his final State of the Nation Address, he boasts of his accomplishments as the chief executive despite the setbacks due to the Pandemic. Hidilyn Diaz wins the first Olympicgold medal for the country in the 55kg womens weight lifting. The Covid 19 and the Delta variant threat has stopped the nation on its tracks imposing a…
 
After a quick update on volcanic activity of the past two weeks, Corin and Alessandro will take you through an exciting double focus, doubly explosive!! after this the end of season greetings with a bit of anticipation for the new season! +Simona Gabrielli's post here https://blogs.egu.eu/divisions/gmpv/2021/06/30/a-lava-for-almost-every-colour/…
 
Taal Volcano - the Philippines' most active volcano is threatening its surrounding areas once again. Reports of recent unrest has made locals and residents uneasy. Senator Antonio Trillanes accuses Senator Bong Go and President Duterte of Plunder. The senator alleges that families and business of the senator from Mindanao has amassed projects and m…
 
Corin and Alessandro chat about the Fagradalsfijall and Taal recent eruptive activities! Obviously after the usual weekly update on eruptions around the world. Which include: Mt. Etna; Rincón de la Vieja; Fuego; Merapi; Sarychev Peak and many others explosive friends!By Corin Jorgenson and Alessandro Musu
 
what happened 50 years ago on 18th of May 1971?what has changed in European volcanism since that day?? This week Corin and Alessandro discuss the volcanic news of the week and then chat a little bit about mount Etna going through the history of the South East Crater, The most active crater of Mama Etna, which has given us indescribable emotions thi…
 
Are there other celestial bodies erupting in our solar system? Which kind of material do they erupt? This week Corin and Alessandro discuss the volcanic news of the week and then chat a little bit with a very special guest: Maximiliano Fastelli! Maximiliano Fastelli studies the mineralogical composition of the surface of icy bodies in our solar sys…
 
What's happening on Iceland? Did the volcano erupt? How badly do Corin and Alessandro wish they were there? (extremely). This week Corin and Alessandro discuss the volcanic news then interview the incredible Elisabetta Panza! Elisabetta studies volcano-tectonic processes at divergent boundaries to improve understanding of magma propagation and erup…
 
WARNING: Audio of violence including gunshots will be heard on this episode Incidents of brutal murders, some involving members of the Philippine National Police call into question the safety of the citizens they are supposed to protect. Someone dropped the ball in procuring the early doses of the Covid-19 Vaccine. A December weather system affects…
 
California, Oregon and Washington face a record breaking wildfire season. The smoke and ash have blanketed and covered major cities and town along the West Coast making for the most dangerous levels of air pollution anywhere on the planet. President Duterte issues absolute pardon on US Marine Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton. He was found guil…
 
Several Filipinos were reported dead and injured in the blast the rocked Beirut in Lebanon. The Philippines is losing its battle against Covid 19 with Healthcare workers asking for more help. Duterte suggesting that frontliners who are airing grievances are itching for a revolution. We talk to Mang Freddie, a taxi driver in Manila as The Philippine…
 
In this episode we report on the death of a Filipino American Soldier from Fort Hood that was found dead outside of the base, and he was not the first this year. Thousands of Filipinos who want to go home to their provinces find themselves stranded in a stadium crammed with other people as bad weather and the threat of covid looms. The government s…
 
In this episode we talk about the Philippine government shutting down the largest media company in the Philippines. We also hear the comments of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the South China Sea. We report on the deadly encounter between members of the Philippine National Police and the Armed Forces of the Philippines. We interviewd Joan Hab…
 
We interviewed Atty Barry Gutierrez, the spokesperson for Vice President Leni Robredo. Atty Barry is a Legislator and human rights lawyer. On this episode, he spoke to us about the projects the office of the VP has undertaken to help first responders during the covid 19 crisis. He talks about the inspiring response they got when they asked for dona…
 
Cebu is becoming the epicenter of the Covid 19 pandemic in the Philippines. The island is facing stricter quarantine measures and the military has been called in to help. Vice President Leni Robredos interview comments about the national governments response to Covid. Chinggay and Jab sits down after recording the news to go over their thoughts and…
 
On this weeks podcast, we do a deep dive on the Anti Terrorism Bill. We interview Atty. Adon Gabriel of San Beda College of Law and discusses the issues that critics of the bill have and also shares his own analysis. We report on the cyber libel conviction of Maria Ressa and covid 19 updated numbers. We also tell a story of Filipinos in Riyadh, of …
 
In our inaugural episode we tackle some of the issues that consume almost every corner of our lives right now and especially in the last few months. We go over the updates of Covid 19 and its effects on the Filipinos back home and abroad. We bring up an overview of Black Lives Matter and the death of George Floyd. We interview former Daly City Mayo…
 
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