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A fortnightly podcast that goes beyond the headlines in Latin America, hosted by Australian journalist Molly McLaughlin and Mexican student and researcher Kevin Poll Garduño. Each episode explores the politics and history of a certain country or issue in Latin America, providing essential context for travellers, language learners and world news enthusiasts.
 
Financier Ricky Guzman engages in one-on-one in person conversations with one of the most underlooked, yet most impactful and rapidly growing segments of the US economy: the Latino Entrepreneur and the businesses they create. These conversations intend to go beyond all the statistical figures and data; and actually reveal the nuanced human side of the Latino entrepreneurial story.
 
Inspiring conversations I have in my walk of life. Hi! I’m Mari, a digital nomad mom. Born in Brazil, raised in the US, and living in Spain eight months each year, so you'll find those three languages here in my podcast. I have been helping my clients with their professional development for 25 years as an Executive Coach, Entrepreneur and as Teacher. With a background in Business Administration and Sales, I am the founder of MaxiCareerCoaching and LinkedEnglish. I have been enjoying the free ...
 
For everyone who is interested in the lives of comedians, writers, musicians and other creative people, Yes But Why Podcast is for you! Led by Amy Jordan, Yes But Why interviews people dedicated to keeping creativity in their lives. How do they do it? What is the passion that drives them? How do they keep creating if they are blocked? All this and more on Yes But Why Podcast!
 
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It's a great pleasure to welcome back Alvaro Torres, the CEO and director of Khiron Life Sciences (Ep344) on the podcast and accompanying him this time is a new member of the board of the company, Juan Carlos Echeverry, former Minister of the Economy in Colombia during the presidency of President Juan Manuel Santos. This time around we discuss the …
 
This week on Yes But Why, we interview Australian improv duo, Asia Beck & Ben Snaith. Asia Beck is a musician and an improviser. They studied Jazz at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. They credit their ability to improvise in the realm of comedy to the training received during music studies. Asia is an advocate for mental health/schizophrenia…
 
Years of campaigning for women’s rights and against domestic violence have paid off and other countries in the region could now follow suit, we discuss the ruling on abortion in Argentina and how this may cause a ripple effect as far as Colombia. This week's guest is British freelancer journalist Amy Booth who has been covering events in Argentina …
 
This week on Yes But Why, we chat with improviser, Annie O’Connor. Annie O’Connor is a veteran improviser that has been teaching and performing since 1997. Alongside her husband, Levin O’Connor, Annie created NOW improv in Los Angeles. This is where they invented the New Earth Army improv classes for personal development. She has taught improv at M…
 
Picking up where he left off exactly a year ago in Ep306, mountain trekking guide Gabriel Torres reports back in to the Colombia Calling podcast to inform us that his project to map many of the ancient trails in Santander has moved forward significantly. With the support of the French NGO Tetraktys a new project entitled www.destinochicamocha.com i…
 
This week on Yes But Why, we chat with Jessica Thonen, theatrical design and technology professor at Eckerd College. Jessica Thonen is a passionate community builder. At Eckerd College, she supports the BA and BFA degree programs for the Theatre Dept. And they are truly lucky to have her. With a BA in drama from University of Dallas and an MFA from…
 
Over a week in November, Peru was led by three different presidents and the country experienced the largest protests of the past two decades. The situation has stabilised this month, so in episode 16 we explore the history and social issues that led up the recent changes in one of Latin America's most unpredictable countries. Music by Chogo El Band…
 
Website blurb: This week on Yes But Why, we interviewed Nepali theater artist, Surya Abhineta. Listen in as we catch up with Surya Abhineta at the beginning of his creative journey. Surya recently broke into the international improv scene and he caught my eye doing a couple zoom improv shows. In our conversation, we talk about his interest in actin…
 
2020 has been a challenging year by all accounts but it has been a breakthrough year for the Colombia Calling podcast. Now completing our seventh year on the airwaves, the Colombia Calling podcast truly came into its own and matured in 2020. I don't know to what we can attribute this, but the interviews were of a different level, the interviewees m…
 
This week on Yes But Why, we talk to stand-up comedian and political comedy writer, John Poveromo. John Poveromo is a Brooklyn-born, Jersey-raised stand-up comic who exudes the perfect blend of self-deprecation and optimism. John is a dynamic and engaging performer who uses comedy to make sense of himself and the world around him. As open and hones…
 
Imagine a work of fiction set in Colombia where the line between real and unreal, fact and fiction no longer exists...this is what you get when you read author Lachlan Page's debut novel, Magical Disinformation. Think Waugh, think Greene and then a smattering of de Bernieres and you know what you're in for, a romp of a read which brings a smile to …
 
This week on Yes But Why, we talk to improviser and arts educator, Sarah Mikayla Brown. Sarah Mikayla Brown is a performer, educator and producer based in Lafayette, Louisiana. She is an ensemble member of Silverbacks Improv Theatre, RagTag, and The Family Dinner (Baton Rouge). She is a graduate from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and the…
 
It's a great pleasure to invite anthropologist and expert in gender studies, Nicol Lesmes on Ep354 of the Colombia Calling this week to discuss the state of play regarding the implementation of the peace accords in Colombia. Lesmes works investigating how the peace accords and the key issues of the accords are being implemented across the country. …
 
This week on Yes But Why, we talk to theater artist and comedy writer, Aaron Garrett. Aaron Garrett is a writer and lighting designer by inclination (and a producer/director/actor by necessity) based in Houston, Texas. He has a passion for pushing the cultural boundaries of sketch comedy and in 2012 founded Be Kind To Strangers, currently Houston's…
 
If you want to know the real stories about what is happening on the frontlines of demonstrations in Colombia and Ecuador and on the border with Venezuela, you have to seek out the reporters on the ground, the freelancers that beg, borrow and cajole their way into certain danger to get the story. This is what US journalist Joshua Collins does. Why a…
 
This week on Yes But Why, we talk to Austin based actress and voiceover artist, Danu Uribe. Danu Uribe is an Emmy-nominated, full-time voice-over and on-camera talent for commercials, video games, film, animation, motion capture, corporate training, and eLearning projects. Danu has twenty years of audio and video studio experience. Danu earned her …
 
It's been another huge week of news in Latin America, as the COVID-19 crisis is exacerbated by hurricanes and political strife. In this episode, Molly interviews Kylie Madry, an environmental journalist based in Latin America. Kylie discusses her reporting on access to water in Mexico City and the sargassum seaweed in Cancun, as well as the short a…
 
In this heartwarming episode, we hear from Colombian musician in Paris, Diego Franco about the foundation he created with others called Piano Movil (Pianomovil.com). PianoMóvil is intrepid and each tour of the country starts by loading a grand piano into a truck and heading out to lesser known parts of Colombia to bring musical activities to people…
 
This week on Yes But Why, we talk to Italy-based improviser and educator, Leah Dawson. Leah Dawson is an elementary school teacher at an international school in Italy. Leah is also an active member of the improv scene at Teatribù in Milan. We connected on an international improv Facebook group. Leah weaves improv games into her daily lessons to kee…
 
It's July 4 2014 and national team defender Mario Yepes has just scored a goal against Brazil in the stadium in Fortaleza. Had the goal stood, Brazil, the hosts would have gone out, alas no, the goal was wrongly disallowed and Colombia were sent home in the Quarter Finals, their best ever showing. With historian Miguel Cuadros, we reflect on this m…
 
This week on Yes But Why, we talk to actress and podcaster, Ivy Meehan. Native Texan Ivy Meehan has always found her way to performing on a stage, even when there were no theaters anywhere to be found. Even when she was going to college on a golf scholarship and getting a degree in Entertainment and Sport Promotion, she somehow convinced the busine…
 
In a startlingly frank and open discussion Cali-resident for 11 years, Kevin McCaffrey joins us to share his experiences of being drugged with scopolamine in Cartagena, Colombia If you're not sure what scopolamine/ devil's breath/ burundanga can do, read on: You fall into a “zombie-like” state that leaves you with no ability to control your actions…
 
This week on Yes But Why, our interview is with standup comedian, Alex Velluto. Alex Velluto is a standup comedian, based out of Utah. With millions of online views, he has performed in the top comedy clubs across the country in over 60 cities as a member of the Dry Bar Comedy Tour. Dry Bar Comedy produced his debut comedy special, “Alex Velluto: S…
 
Costa Rica has long been seen as an example of social and political stability in Central America. This image has been questioned recently as citizens took to the streets in protest in early October. The COVID-19 pandemic hit the already fragile Costa Rican economy hard, largely due to the slowdown of global tourism. The government responded by seek…
 
ArteSumapaz was founded by California-born Ric Dragon, a former digital marketing entrepreneur, and Bogotano Pedro Crump as a creative centre and retreat for artists of all types. And where better to get the artistic juices flowing than in Colombia's rolling hills and coffee landscape in southern Cundinamarca. ArteSumapaz is located on Hacienda Aus…
 
This week on Yes But Why, we talk to world renowned performer and improv teacher, Joe Bill. Joe Bill has been a performer and teacher at iO Chicago for more than 30 years; he was one of the co-founders of Annoyance Theater; and, he was an Artistic Associate for The Chicago Improv Festival for the entirety of its existence. He has been an Internatio…
 
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