Best expatriates podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Expatriate Act Podcast
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An occasionally suitcoated ex-expatriate with chronically untied shoes sets off in search of the world's weirdest travel anecdotes without quite overcoming the social anxiety that keeps him semi-permanently cloistered in a basement studio apartment with his cat.
 
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Expatriate Law Guide to British expat divorce in Spain
 
Family Law Specialists
 
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Living in Germany
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Ever wonder what it's like to live overseas? Want tips on traveling in Europe? Find out by following the adventures of two crazy Americans who packed up their five kids and moved to Dusseldorf, Germany.This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
 
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ExpatFocus.com - for anyone moving or living abroad
 
ExpatFocus.com: International relocation advice for expats moving overseas
 
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AmeriNZ Podcast
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One guy, two countries.
 
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Taking Route Podcast | Expat Women Making the World Their Home
 
As expats, we travel but we aren't ONLY travelers. You won't hear as much about trekking through jungles as you will about trekking through traffic to the market. This is a podcast for those who are doing the daily grind in a foreign land (or for those who want to know more about life overseas). If you ARE living abroad, you know the average day is anything but ordinary. Join us every other week as we chat with expat women from around the globe who are embracing the joys AND the trials of ta ...
 
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Global HR News Talk
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Global Business, Global People
 
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Misfits and Rejects
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Follow me into the inspirational lifestyle design of expatriates, travelers, entrepreneurs, and adventurers. You'll hear about their backgrounds, how they started, what they started and what they do to keep it going.
 
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Four Seas One Family : All About Expat Living
 
Four Seas One Family focuses exclusively on adjusting and enjoying life as an expat. Whether traveling alone, with a partner or family, share in the adventures, challenges and difficulties faced by current and former expats. Learn from the insights our fellow expat guest bring that will assist in constructing a clear understanding of how being a global citizen can help people from different backgrounds learn more about themselves and appreciate that we all have something to learn from each o ...
 
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This Week in Costa Rica - Expats Living, Working, and Traveling in Costa Rica
 
The program covers a wide variety of expat matters in Costa Rica. With international guests, and entertaining hosts, this program offers an “on the ground” account of living and working as expatriates in Costa Rica.
 
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Expat Girl in A Sex-pat World
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I am a single western woman living in Thailand, where the majority of expats are men, and some of these men are what I refer to as Sex-Pats. This blog will be a place to host my future podcast and photos about my life here amongst the sex tourist, the sex-pats, the "bar girls", the lady boys and the beach boys.
 
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Eddie's Desert Rose
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This is the story of two brothers who are guest workers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. One goes off on an adventure, meets a Saudi prince, and ends up dead. The other will stop at nothing to find out why his brother had to die. Accompanied by his wife, he begins a search across three continents for his brother’s killer. His hunt takes him into a trap where he, like his brother before him, becomes caught in the middle of the struggle between the pre-Al Qaeda fundamentalist Saudis and the mor ...
 
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MeansToTravel Interview - Andres Mongrue
 
Eliz Armstrong from MeansToTravel interviews Andres Mongrue on traveling the world for fun and expatriate life in Dubai.
 
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Journal of Impressions in Belgium, A by SINCLAIR, May
 
In 1914, at the age of 51, the novelist and poet May Sinclair volunteered to leave the comforts of England to go to the Western Front, joining the Munro Ambulance Corps ministering to wounded Belgian soldiers in Flanders. Her experiences in the Great War, brief and traumatizing as they were, permeated the prose and poetry she wrote after this time. Witness of great human pain and tragedy, Sinclair was in serious danger of her life on multiple occasions. This journal makes no attempt to be an ...
 
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Overseas Radio Network - Expats Living Abroad
 
The world's leading, online radio network focused on living, the expatriate lifestyle and life abroad.
 
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Podcast – Doing Business in MilanMaria Lassila
 
Expats Thriving in Italy
 
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Goodbye China Podcast
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Welcome to my podcast/vlog channel. Just a black guy traveling around asia. Also check out my blog www.travelingknox.com
 
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Goodbye China Podcast
Weekly
 
Welcome to my podcast/vlog channel. Just a black guy traveling around asia. Also check out my blog www.travelingknox.com
 
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Fast German
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Welcome to the Speaksli Fast German podcasts. You can also watch fun and fast-paced Speaksli animated videos on our YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/speaksli). To keep up to date on new videos and podcasts, please follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Speaksli was formed by an American living in Switzerland who has created an entire language learning platform based on animated videos and easy-to-understand podcasts. She has experience working in Training and Development for Dell Europe, as w ...
 
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Nepali Radio
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This show if for the expatriate Nepalese community in NZ and around the globe. It conveys a sense of community as well as personal messages and programmes for special occasions (festivals etc). Sharing ideas, especially for newcomers, and preserving Nepali music and Nepali culture.Most importantly, it is a part of community interaction in Hamilton, New Zealand.
 
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Off The Grid with Russell Hicks
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'Off the Grid' is a podcast hosted by Russell Hicks. American comedian. Expatriate. Veritable recluse. Russell has no social media. No one can ever get ahold of him. He is always in Britain. Join Russell as he talks to comedians and artists from around the world that all have one thing in common: they strive or succeed to make a living outside the norm and lead a kick ass life in the process. Whether you ever hear of them or not. We hope this podcast inspires you to do the same.
 
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Misfits and Rejects
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Follow me into the inspirational lifestyle design of expatriates, travelers, entrepreneurs, and adventurers. You'll hear about their backgrounds, how they started, what they started and what they do to keep it going.
 
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Anarchism and Other Essays (Version 2) by GOLDMAN, Emma
 
Emma Goldman, the most famous anarchist in American history, shows the whole range of her iconoclastic thought in this collection of essays. Drawing from a wealth of illustrative material, including the examples of fellow anarchists and radicals of her own acquaintance, modern martyrs, dissident playwrights, poets, and authors, etc., she delineates the main themes of her philosophy with incisiveness and evangelical passion. Included among these themes are: a definition of decentralized anarc ...
 
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Escape! - Blake Sawyer and How to Survive the Collapse
 
ESCAPE! is a hard-hitting, fact-based radio show that provides important life-or-death information for the person considering to expatriate. Host Blake Sawyer details WHERE you can survive a plethora of disasters that are happening right now and those that will happen in the near future. Whether they are natural disasters such as earthquakes, volcanoes, droughts or floods; or the global economic crises, wars, pandemics, famines, ruthless governments or any number of life-threatening problems ...
 
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Maine Woods, The by THOREAU, Henry David
 
On August 31, 1846, twenty-nine-year-old Henry David Thoreau left his cabin on Walden Pond to undertake a railroad and steamboat journey to Bangor, Maine, from where he would venture with his Penobscot guide Joe Polis deep into the backwoods of Maine. This account of his expedition, some think, is a profounder exploration of the philosophical themes of the more famous "Walden" than is the latter book, at least revealing his fundamental perspectives in embryonic form. Of particular interest i ...
 
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Your Expat Expert's Podcast
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As you prepare to take this journey to study, work, volunteer, or retire abroad, subscribe to The Your Expat Expert podcast to minimize the ‘Nobody told me or I didn’t know moments’. Now let’s begin a smoother transition. Today’s Show: Welcome to The Your Expat Expert Podcast Your Expat Expert Podcast provides expatriate services to individuals and companies moving abroad in an educational environment with an informative voice helping you feel confident and more importantly, prepared. Want t ...
 
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All Things Are Possible by SHESTOV, Lev
 
A passionate exponent of Russian Existentialism, Lev Shestov is little known in the English-speaking world but had an extensive influence on philosophy and literature in the first half of the 20th century, his influence imprinting thinkers and writers as diverse as D. H. Lawrence, Nicholas Berdyaev, Georges Bataille, and Edmund Husserl. Driven out of Russia by the Bolshevik Revolution, Shestov continued to live, study, and write in Paris, where he died in 1955. - Summary by Expatriate
 
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Winds of Doctrine: Studies in Contemporary Opinion by SANTAYANA, George
 
Even before the Great War turned the world upside down, Western civilization was being revolutionized at all levels: intellectually, philosophically, artistically. Noted positivist philosopher George Santayana published this volume on the eve of the War, trying to portray the status of philosophy and theology at that moment by analyzing six significant topics: 1. the intellectual "temper" of the age 2. the clash between Modernism and Christianity 3. the new idealism of Henri Bergson 4. the n ...
 
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Prose Edda (Brodeur Translation), The by STURLESON, Snorri
 
Also known as the Younger Edda or Snorri's Edda, the Prose Edda is a three-part work composed or at least compiled by thirteenth-century Icelandic scholar Snorri Sturluson. Along with the Elder or Poetic Edda written by an unknown poet a half-century earlier, the Prose Edda is a major source of much older Norse mythology as it had evolved through the generations. The two Eddas have had a profound effect on European literature in both style and content, not least on J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-Ea ...
 
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Kalevala, The Land of the Heroes (Kirby translation) by LöNNROT, Elias
 
The Kalevala is a 19th-century work of epic poetry compiled by Elias Lönnrot from Karelian and Finnish oral folklore and mythology. It is regarded as the national epic of Karelia and Finland and is one of the most significant works of Finnish literature. The Kalevala played an instrumental role in the development of the Finnish national identity, the intensification of Finland's language strife and the growing sense of nationality that ultimately led to Finland's independence from Russia in ...
 
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Daisy Miller: A Study in Two Parts by Henry James
 
Daisy Miller is an 1878 novella by Henry James. It portrays the confused courtship of the eponymous American girl by Winterbourne, a compatriot of hers with much more sophistication. His pursuit of her is hampered by her own flirtatiousness, which is frowned upon by the other expatriates they meet in Switzerland and Italy. Her lack of understanding of the social mores of the society she so desperately wishes to enter ultimately leads to tragedy.
 
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International Real Estate - How To Buy Real Estate Abroad
 
Come join Macarena Rose and her guests as she meets with experts and enthusiast with the knowledge of countries from all over the world. Macarena will discuss the who, where, what, how, and when of all things International Real Estate. You will learn the “Who” when introduced to her guest each week, the “Where” discussing their places of specialty, the “What” learning the facts and fun, the “How” insider secrets to making this part of the world your home or investment option, and finally by ...
 
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Audrey Craven by SINCLAIR, May
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In May Sinclair’s remarkable first novel, Audrey Craven is a beautiful young woman who has by her idiosyncracies acquired a thoroughly undeserved reputation for originality. In fact, Audrey is a shallow, selfish, malleable person of negligible intelligence, with a fastidious horror of anyone who might be considered a nobody. Her pursuit of the stimulation of extraordinary minds (and her persistent fantasy of being somebody’s Muse) brings her into contact with serious women and men representi ...
 
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Dissertation Concerning the Nature of True Virtue, A by EDWARDS, Jonathan
 
Disproportionately remembered as a hellfire-and-brimstone Puritan preacher on the basis of the excessively-anthologized "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," Jonathan Edwards was a noted philosopher in the field of Aesthetics, or the metaphysics of Beauty. An examination even of his sermons reveals constant references to this philosophical preoccupation, his favorite word in many passages seeming to be "Sweetness," by which term he intended to convey a rich sense of Beauty. In "A Dissertat ...
 
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Drum-Taps by WHITMAN, Walt
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Drum Taps is the next collection of poems published by Walt Whitman after his famous Leaves of Grass. This collection is a direct response to Whitman's personal observations of the Civil War, many of which come from his volunteer efforts in wartime hospitals. Despite the miseries of war described, Whitman's poems in Drum Taps assert a steady patriotism in favor of Lincoln's war effort. Interestingly, the 1915 edition used for this reading includes an introduction from the Times Literary Supp ...
 
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Nocturne of Remembered Spring, and Other Poems by AIKEN, Conrad
 
Written at the height of the Great War, the poems of this volume are suffused with a sense of melancholy and tragedy. Some of the poems (such as "1915: The Trenches") speak directly of war-time scenes and images, but even those which don't do so are permeated with a feeling of loss and desolation occasioned by the War. In spite of this pervading pathos, however, these poems are also filled with haunting beauty of imagery, drawn as Aiken so often does from natural images of wind, sea, and wea ...
 
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Scottish Success Podcast
Monthly
 
Scottish Success: The Scottish Success audio blog is a monthly podcast dedicated to inspiring young Scots, regardless of their background, to realise and achieve their full potential, dreams and goals. The podcast features interviews with incredible successful Scots, both home based or expatriate, in all areas of life; sports, business & finance, entertainment, (musicians, writers, actors, gaming), politicians and entrepreneurs.
 
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I've Come to Stay: A Love Comedy of Bohemia by VORSE, Mary Heaton
 
An iconoclast in many fields herself, Mary Heaton Vorse was fascinated with Bohemia, the colorful unboundaried land of poets and artists and philosophers, a place whose denizens lived by their own rules without regard for the conventions of bourgeois Society. In this comic little romance, she explores the most famous corner of American Bohemia, New York's Greenwich Village, poking fun with gentle irony at its pretensions and its passions. - Summary by Expatriate
 
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Belize Talk Radio - Living and Working in Belize
 
Have you ever wanted to learn more about Belize? Interested in vacationing or making Belize your retirement destination? Join Macarena Rose on Belize Talk Radio as she speaks with guest discussing all things Belize. Belize Talk Radio has a diverse guest line up from Political Ministers to Belize Fashion Designers putting on shows for Prince Harry, to everyday locals working in the communities of Belize and sharing their special stories of Belize. Macarena also features expatriates now living ...
 
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Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, The by BLASCO IBáñEZ, Vicente
 
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, by Vicente Blasco Ibañez and translated into English by Charlotte Brewster Jordan, depicts two branches of a family with its roots in the pampas of Argentina. The wealthy Argentinian, Julio Madariaga, comes from Spain and raises himself from poverty, becoming a self-made, wealthy cattleman. He is a man of extremes; an honest man with a rascally knack for taking advantage of others; a self-made man with overweening pride, prejudices, and a sharp, flinty te ...
 
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Weird Tales by HOFFMANN, E. T. A.
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This recording includes both volumes of E. T. A. Hoffmann's Weird Tales, a collection of gothic novellas set in Germany, Italy, and some of the wilder parts of Europe. What there is of the supernatural in these tales is introduced with great subtlety if at all; most of the stories draw their "weirdness" from extraordinary characters, circumstances, or coincidences rather than from the paranormal, working out dark passions in dark settings. There are two themes dominating almost every one of ...
 
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Ward No. 6 by CHEKHOV, Anton
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The line between sanity and insanity is blurred in this classic novella by Anton Chekhov. The disillusioned idealist Dr. Rabin is in charge of a provincial lunatic asylum, overseeing with weary, dubious policies a motley group of patients, a group that mirrors in microcosm all of human and especially Russian society. Seeking answers to profound questions, Dr. Rabin enters into dialogues with both staff members and patients, trying to make sense out of what has become of his life, until it be ...
 
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Fast German
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Welcome to the Speaksli Fast German podcasts. You can also watch fun and fast-paced Speaksli animated videos on our YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/speaksli). To keep up to date on new videos and podcasts, please follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Speaksli was formed by an American living in Switzerland who has created an entire language learning platform based on animated videos and easy-to-understand podcasts. She has experience working in Training and Development for Dell Europe, as w ...
 
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Veritas News Network - Truth is Trending
 
Truth is trending on the Veritas News Network! VNN is an online publication featuring the news and is dedicated to in-depth investigative reporting with a consumer advocacy focus. Our Managing Editor is a veteran investigative journalist who has won dozens of awards. Several categories of news are featured on the Veritas News Network include Citizen Journalism, Consumer News, Ripoffs & Scams, Consumer Advocacy, World News, US News, Crime, Economic News, Editorial & Opinion, Education, Health ...
 
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Bohemians of the Latin Quarter, The by MURGER, Henry
 
As much as any other work of literature, Henri Murger’s 1851 collection of witty sketches Scènes de la vie de bohème shaped the later romanticized image of the bohemian artist: independent, insouciant, exuberantly lustful, devoted to Art for Art’s sake no matter how cold and hungry the artist might be. Four young Parisian artists, Schaunard the composer, Marcel the painter, Rodolphe the poet, and Colline the philosopher, form an informal Bohemian alliance dedicated to Art and the joy of Life ...
 
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Coast of Bohemia, The by HOWELLS, William Dean
 
William Dean Howells is at his iconoclastic best in this exploration of bourgeois values, particularly in the clash between respectable society and the dubious bohemian world of Art and Poetry. Cornelia Saunders has everything going for her in her middle-class world: comfort, good looks, attentive young men. She seems willing to risk it all for the sake of what might be an artistic Gift, venturing with great trepidation to put her foot over the line into Bohemia to see if it might be the thi ...
 
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Vital Question, or, What is to be Done?, A by CHERNYSHEVSKY, Nikolai
 
Despised by Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy, What Is To Be Done? is a fascinating, sympathetic story of idealistic revolutionaries in mid-nineteenth century tsarist Russia; translator Nathan Haskell Dole affirms in his preface his conviction that it is a thriller that no one can put down once s/he begins it. Its variegated cast of characters includes Vera Pavlovna, a boldly independent woman in a time of great oppression, and the inspirational radical Rakhmetov. The author wrote the novel from the d ...
 
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Life-Story of a Russian Exile, The by SUKLOFF, Marie
 
Hero or assassin? Victim or criminal? Marie Sukloff fits no easy category. A young peasant woman who became a political radical and activist, Sukloff carried out an assassination plot against a Russian governor known for murderous pogroms and rampages against the Jews of his province. This mesmerizing autobiographical account tells the story of Sukloff's peasant childhood, radicalization, direct action, exile to Siberia, and escape. She tells her story with a colorful verve, sincerity, inten ...
 
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Steppe, The by CHEKHOV, Anton
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Little Yegorushka goes off to school for the first time, setting out on the journey in the company of his Uncle Ivan, the local priest Father Christopher, and the fun-loving servant Deniska. Along the way they meet an extraordinarily colorful array of characters, named and nameless: the innkeeper Moisey Moisevitch, the beautiful Countess Dranitsky, the mysterious Varlamov, Emelyan the voiceless singer, Tit the steppe waif, and many more. But the most colorful and extraordinary character of a ...
 
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House of Dust: A Symphony, The by AIKEN, Conrad
 
The House of Dust is a poem written in the four-movement format of a classical symphony. Hauntingly beautiful despite its bleak post-World War I depictions of human mortality and loss, the poem develops its movements around central images such as Japanese ukiyo-e ("floating world") woodblock prints, touching the reader's senses with endlessly evocative allusions to wind, sea, and weather. In this underlying Japanese sensibility and dependence on central perceptual images, Aiken's poem is sim ...
 
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In which your host (and ONE TOTALLY SECRET SPECIAL GUEST) field your totally sincere questions about life abroad during the hour allotted to us by the kind folks at the American Legion 373 Post Banquet Hall in lovely Omaha, Nebraska. DJ Fungo manning the decks, natch.
 
In which your host issues a public apology for the SCUBA apparatus noises that have been plaguing his show's sound quality of late, then proceeds to narrate the idiotic route by which he became a Tom Waits-level chainsmoker, and his eventual enlistment in the ranks of the goatee-sporting, Affliction tee-wearing, plume-poofing vapist douchebag m ...…
 
Following a brief reexamination of the activities of a now-defunct exotic reptile smuggling ring, your host and fellow China RPCV Charles Eichacker get all granular on Sichuan Province, with an eye toward sussing out what exactly this China place is all about. The episode concludes with a sleepwalking misadventure and a Trans-Siberian tale of woe.…
 
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Expatriate Act Podcast
 
"My verga would be on the menu."
 
In a conversation that spans from the beauty and brutality of Mexico to the loogey-encrusted streets of Qingdao, two estranged carnalitos banter for the very first time in fluent English, capping the night with tales of Simpsonian pranks from which your scrupulous host still suffers some measure of lapsed Catholic guilt.…
 
In which your host's latent fear of flying very nearly sets him on a different trajectory altogether, one in which he is likely now some cardboard cutout of a middle management figure at Verizon®.
 
In which your host, the seasoned world traveler, cannot even navigate the streets of his native Omaha without very nearly freezing to death.
 
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Expatriate Act Podcast
 
"To this day, I do not know if this was real or not, but the other two girls had the same vision, so I think it was real."
 
In which your mere pup of a host judiciously elects not to trigger World War III by scurrying across the most heavily fortified border in the world.
 
In which your host proves conclusively that it does take a village to operate an ambulance.
 
In which your host relates (arguably) his skeeziest week in Mexico.
 
In which your host reaches out to the distant past and may or may not receive a valid response.
 
In which your host relates the very first of an uncountable number of fucked up experiences he was to have in the People's Republic of China.
 
Your host sits down with proud Brummy Amy Poulton who braved not one but two Mexican earthquakes in order to appear on the show. In somewhat stunningly clear audio, these two total strangers discuss the political situation in █ █ █ █ , and its ramifications for the people in █ █ █ █ . The two then bond extensively over copywriting and the nigh ...…
 
Betwixt episodes featuring two delightful and worldly ladies, your host takes a hippocampal pit stop to regale what remains of his audience re: The Time He Went to North Korea (for 1.5 days).
 
His inbox overflowing with questions and senseless observations about the male anatomy, an impassioned host turns to his audience once more for travel-related questions so that he can deliver on what is shaping up to be a very goofy fucking project indeed.
 
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Expatriate Act Podcast
 
In one fell swoop, delightful RPCV Ninu Sidhu breaks the internet-based radio show's longstanding glass ceiling and completely transmogrifies the host's perception of Liberia: a land of great hospitality, of reasonable stability, and perhaps even of some measure of hope. This episode is a slow burner. Put on a cup of coffee. Drop some acid. Go ...…
 
In which your host recounts (arguably) the two worst things he ever did abroad during his time as a bona fide Ugly American.
 
In a complete non sequitur, your host details the mildly bizarre neurological condition that (largely) explains why he is such a bumbling oaf, and why he does not object to being referred to as such.
 
Always taking an active eye toward outsourcing labor to its audience, Expatriate Act, the Internet's First Internet-Based Radio-Like Show on the Internet, is hosting its first (and probably last) call-in show. Your host is still not really sure what will happen if you dial the number -- (402)-979-6685 -- but he promises not to talk to you. Leav ...…
 
In an episode that wraps up with the most heartwarming conclusion in Expatriate Act history, former arch-nemesis Jerry Stiles and your host veer away from travel for a hot minute to cover topics ranging from addiction, mindfulness meditation, tattoos, and the ongoing dissolution of modern American society, before returning to tread territory mo ...…
 
Your host takes you on a whirlwind tour of the charming male personalities an enterprising expat might expect to encounter whilst on an otherwise lovely first date in the disputed zones of Midtown Omaha.
 
RPCV Joseph "Joe" Franz makes his metaphysical pilgrimage to our host's basement studio in Omahemia to discuss the current state of America 2.0: Liberia. After a brief and somewhat antiquated-sounding trip back to blogspot.com circa 2009, Mr. Franz details the good that he did, the bad that he saw, and escorts his befuddled host through the fin ...…
 
"You done picked the wrong Georgia, son."
 
Eleven-year-old Cerys is no normal little girl. The orphaned daughter of a fifth century Welsh king and queen, her only friends in the island kingdom of Môna are her old Pictish caregiver and a young chambermaid. The new queen wants nothing to do with her-- instead doting on her own son, who will one day rule Môna in place of Cerys. The people ...…
 
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LIVE! From City Lights
 
City Lights welcomes James Nolan to celebrate the release of his new book, Flight Risk: Memoirs of a New Orleans Bad Boy, from University Press of Mississippi. Flight Risk takes off as a page-turning narrative with deep roots and a wide wingspan. James Nolan, a fifth-generation New Orleans native, offers up an intimate portrait both of his insu ...…
 
Sekoさん(@sekomo)をゲストに迎え、2017年国連総会、保健分野の持続可能な開発目標(SDGs)、国際協力・開発ワーカーの辞めどき、国連就職の裏技 コメント、リクエストなどはコメントフォーム(https://goo.gl/forms/xSy6Ko05xsRkxuTC2)にお願いします。 Show notes UNGA (United Nations General Assembly) 国連総会 PresidentTrump’s full United Nations speech Goal Keepers – The Global Goals for Sustainable Development Goal Keepers – The stories behind the ...…
 
Reggie Ho, the spokesman for the LGBT right's group Pink Alliance, says the judgment in the case of the lesbian expatriate would hopefully encourage more discussion on same-sex marriage in Hong Kong. He says the expatriate, who was referred as QT in co...
 
Global mobility has increased greatly over the years and the number of international assignment’s is estimated to reach about 56 million in 2017, but even at 56 million this is still only a fraction of all the jobs worldwide. With the percentages not really in anyone’s favor, many young ambitious managers ask, “how can I land an International a ...…
 
In this episode Boyce interviews a random 9-year-old girl and discusses the famously scandalous "20 Things I hate about Brazil" email, a scathing diatribe written years back by an American expatriate who hated virtually everything about their experience in Brazil. INTRO/OUTRO - "Sunpowered Surfboard" - The Vivesectors Link to the article "20 th ...…
 
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Tangent Podcast
 
Ben and Matt talk about sports, expatriating, and politics. Please enjoy! And if you do, share and subscribe.
 
How To Use Facebook Groups To Find New Clients In today’s no fluff video, I answer a great question from viewer Judy Cantwell, The Cross Culture Coach. Judy asks “How can I reach English speaking expatriates through Facebook groups to offer virtual work/life coaching?” Well, there are great ways to strategically use Facebook Groups to find clie ...…
 
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Expatriate Law Guide to British expat divorce in Spain
 
British expat divorce in Spain In a series of new podcasts, solicitors and barristers from Expatriate Law will interview leading family lawyers from other jurisdictions around the world. The podcasts will allow expat clients an overview of the family laws that will apply in the country in which they live. In the first of this series, Alexandra ...…
 
American writer Chantal Panozzo lived in Switzerland for almost ten years – long enough to fill a book with nearly 100 travel tips.In 99.9 Ways To Travel Switzerland Like a Local, Panozzo focuses on attractions and activities that might go unexplored by the average visitor.​​​​​​​Panozzo’s inspiration came partly from two bus tours that she too ...…
 
Chris talks about community, and what it means to belong to something. He also digresses a great bit about Japan, the 1980's, whisky, and Reddit. Want to know more about Ninesquirrels? Discord: discord.gg/U4tMNuH Website: ninesquirrels.boomzap.com Twitter: @ninesquirrels
 
Father Yousif Jazrawi recently published a book titled "Al-Nawras Almughtarab" which tells the story of the life of an expatriate who travels from one country to another in search of stability and tranquility. More about this issue, listen to this interview by Manal Al-Ani. (اصدر الاب يوسف جزراوي مؤخرا كتابا يحمل عنوان "النورس المغترب" الذي يحك ...…
 
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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
 
Corinne O’Flynn is the unflappable conference chair for RMFW’s big three day conference, Colorado Gold, coming up in early September. But of course, she is also a writer of fantasy and mystery. So this time on the podcast it's a dual-purpose interview, to catch up with Corinne’s writing and find out about the new features and some of the guests ...…
 
A heartfelt meditation on the (in)visibilty of gay women. Writer and theatremaker Stella Duffy describes growing up lesbian in New Zealand in the 60s and 70s and considers what the 40 year expatriate 'marriage' of novelist, poet and playwright Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas, author of The Alice B Toklas Cookbook, means to her. Part of Gay Br ...…
 
It’s not a secret that expatriate Americans, along with Europeans, tend to feel more closely aligned with the Democratic Party in the United States. However, Michael Kulbickas, chairman of Republicans Overseas, says he has spent many years hoping a candidate as transformative as Donald Trump would come along. In this episode, host Teri Schultz ...…
 
It’s not a secret that expatriate Americans, along with Europeans, tend to feel more closely aligned with the Democratic Party in the United States. However, Michael Kulbickas, chairman of Republicans Overseas, says he has spent many years hoping a candidate as transformative as Donald Trump would come along. In this episode, host Teri Schultz ...…
 
It’s not a secret that expatriate Americans, along with Europeans, tend to feel more closely aligned with the Democratic Party in the United States. However, Michael Kulbickas, chairman of Republicans Overseas, says he has spent many years hoping a candidate as transformative as Donald Trump would come along. In this episode, host Teri Schultz ...…
 
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Brewed in Bangkok | Stories From Thailand's Capital
 
Ever since my first days in Bangkok it struck me how the Indian Thai community always seemed to have their own thing going on. Maybe it was because many have been longer than most other expatriate arrivals, or maybe it was they stood out more than other Asians who migrated here – but from unique […] Source…
 
Matthew Sweet looks at the Canadian influence on British TV drama in the early 1960s, with director Alvin Rakoff, Sydney Newman biographer, Ryan Danes, and Graeme Burk, contributor to the publication of Newman's memoirs. Newman was instrumental in setting up Armchair Theatre, The Avengers and Doctor Who and The Wednesday Play at a time when bro ...…
 
Matthew Sweet looks at the Canadian influence on British TV drama in the early 1960s, with director Alvin Rakoff, Sydney Newman biographer, Ryan Danes, and Graeme Burk, contributor to the publication of Newman's memoirs. Newman was instrumental in setting up Armchair Theatre, The Avengers and Doctor Who and The Wednesday Play at a time when bro ...…
 
What is the protocol for interacting with your embassy when you are serving overseas? Right away and on a regular basis, or only when there is trouble? Is there a best practice, or does it even matter? Guests: Ambassador James Dobbins served three U.S. presidents in countries with interesting diplomatic concerns, including Kosovo, Afghanistan, ...…
 
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