Best expatriates podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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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.
 
In a series of new podcasts, solicitors and barristers from Expatriate Law will interview leading divorce and family lawyers from other jurisdictions around the world. The podcasts will allow expat clients an overview of the divorce and family laws that will apply in the country in which they live.
 
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 ...
 
Global Business, Global People
 
ExpatFocus.com: International relocation advice for expats moving overseas
 
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AmeriNZ Podcast
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One guy, two countries.
 
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.
 
Four Seas One Family focuses exclusively on adjustments to life overseas as an expat, immigrant or migrant. Learn from the insights our host and guests 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 other.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Eliz Armstrong from MeansToTravel interviews Andres Mongrue on traveling the world for fun and expatriate life in Dubai.
 
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Global Castaways
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A bunch of international teachers musing on our life on the go, our love of teaching and always looking on the bright side of it all.
 
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 ...
 
How do refugees and asylum seekers find political voice? Many face hostility, isolation and exclusion, but while waiting to seek sanctuary what positive, constructive and engaging contributions can they do for society? City of Sanctuary is a movement set up to foster a culture of hospitality in sixteen major cities across the UK.
 
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 ...
 
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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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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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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Léacafé
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Pour les Nomades Modernes, Expatriés et Amoureux des Langues Etrangères. Votre podcast de Lifestyle International présenté par Léa Tirard-Hersant et ses invités. Retrouvez-nous chaque semaine pour un épisode sur un thème nouveau, pertinent (on essaye !) et toujours frais et divertissant. Les vidéos sont disponible sur la chaîne Youtube Léacafé et sur le blog du site web www.leacafe.org
 
'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.
 
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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Expat Women Radio
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A platform for Expatriates who are live, study, work or travel abroad. We will discuss how to become an Expat as well as how to maintain life as an Expat.
 
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 ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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Solomon Success » Podcast
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The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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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In this episode of The Blog Readings (TBR) I talk about what it means to be normal. I've always found the term "normal" to be subject to individual interpretation. I explored this topic more in-depth in a post that I wrote a while back shortly after returning home from my second stint as an expatriate. Which was an entire year living in England ...…
 
Interview with an Expatriate, Born in Calgary Living in Qatar This is a two part series Part One and Part Two There isn’t many people I come across since living in Calgary that are actually born here…but my dad, Michael Swain was born here at the Calgary General Hospital. He went back to school later in life completing his Masters in Business A ...…
 
"At this point I think my body is like an old car. Another dent ain't going to make a whole lot of difference. At best it's a reminder that you're still alive and lucky as hell. Another tattoo, another thing you did, another place you've been. A final long gaze at the river. Take in probably for the last time in my life the slow rhythms of the ...…
 
In this episode I speak with Steven Kuhn.This was a conversation that I was really looking forward to, because upon connecting with Steven I noticed a couple of things that we shared in common. We're both U.S. military veterans, and we both earned our Master's degrees in the UK. Though he served in theArmy, whereas I served in the Marine Corps. ...…
 
Listen to the full audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Giovanni's RoomAuthor: James BaldwinNarrator: Dan ButlerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 6 hrs and 49 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-01-13Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.Ratings: 4.5 of 5 out of 445 votesGenres: Classics, American LiteraturePubli ...…
 
My guest today is Trang Pham-Nguyen, creator and author of the travel blog Travel With Trang.This was a conversation that I was really looking forward to because Trang has lived abroad for a whole year in a place that is high up on my list of priorities… Australia. Along with being an expatriate in Australia, she has also spent a long time back ...…
 
New laws enabling expatriates to compete in local sporting competitions could change the landscape for UAE sport, and we’re in conversation with a homegrown Olympic swimming prospect and some key individuals who are driving growth at a grass roots level.
 
At the tender age of twenty, Joe Yu left the backyard Seattle carport under which he slept (voluntarily) for greener pastures, and spent the next year of his life smoking kine bud with Papua New Guinean bushmen. This is his story.Episode 44 of Expatriate Act is brought to you by the Adelante Shoe Company.www.adelanteshoes.comDrop the promo code ...…
 
The complete recording can be purchased at Audible.com:https://tinyurl.com/ybs5j3j2A Room With A Viewby E.M.ForsterPresented by The Online Stage“If Miss Honeychurch ever takes to live as she plays, it will be very exciting both for us and for her.” Lucy Honeychurch is a young English girl abroad in Italy for the first time and is ready to exper ...…
 
What impressions of living overseas do U.S. public library materials give us? In this research episode we dive into the San Francisco Public Library resources to answer this very question, with some surprising results. The search terms used are: expat/expatriate, immigrant, migrant, economic migrant, and geopat. PODCAST WEBSITE: http://overther ...…
 
Moving Abroad is a new radio show about the lifestyles of expats. An expatriate (often shortened to expat) is a term used for retirees and others who have chosen to live outside their native country. Our guests for this segment, Michael and Vicki Gay, moved from Los Angeles, CA to Ajijic Mexico in 2012. For future shows, please be sure to check ...…
 
Moving Abroad is a new radio show about the lifestyles of expats. An expatriate (often shortened to expat) is a term used for retirees and others who have chosen to live outside their native country. Our guest for this segment, Linda Sutton, moved with her husband from Dallas, Oregon to Grifo Alto, Costa Rica in June of 2015. Due to technology ...…
 
It’s Super Bowl week, so it’s time to check in with the expatriate English teacher, the fitness-obsessed orthodontist, and the guy who loves to hear himself talk on how to use sports as a conduit for friendship, how the NFL has too many pass interference plays and ESPN ruining itself to be part of social commentary. Tony Romo sucks at his job. ...…
 
Your host sits down with mathematician, backyard particle physicist, and dual citizen Ozan Duran to talk Turkey, Erdoğan, Gülen, the recreational huffing of paint thinner, and grabbing a burger in Serbia with the loneliest town drunk in the world.
 
Africa Business Radio — On this episode, we explore the importance of understanding a creative brand is a business and the need to treat it as one. Entertainment lawyer Yemisi Falaye talks to us about some repercussions which occur with creative personalities such as singers, actors and so on who do not protect their brand and work. Yemisi Fala ...…
 
In which your super socially anxious host throws down on the most libertarianist libertarian on earth.
 
In which your host describes the strangest part-time job he's ever held. RIP, Bob.
 
In which your host clips a lavalier microphone to the left breast pocket of his secondhand tweed suitcoat and ventures out into a shitweathery Omaha afternoon to interview estranged lifelong friend, erstwhile Jeopardy! contestant, and Expatriate Act Superfan Austin Yates. Over Ethiopian fare, Mr. Yates plunges into his Jeopardy! experience, det ...…
 
At the buttcrack before the buttcrack of dawn, your host sat down with RPCV Robin Fowles to flesh out Jamaica in full: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the consistently disorienting aspects of its culture. From butterknife robberies to taxi cab heists to Miss Mash and her promise of a brighter future, your Midwestern host and his Midwestern gue ...…
 
Moving Abroad is a new radio show about the lifestyles of expats. An expatriate (often shortened to expat) is a term used for retirees and others who have chosen to live outside their native country. Our guest for this segment, Cynthia Kirkwood, moved to the countryside of central Portugal from rural Cornwall in Britain. Born and raised in New ...…
 
From finding love in Georgia to finding milk in Russia to finding health insurance in Canada, Caitlin Fischer has managed to escape the bulk of her twenties relatively unscathed. She and your host plumb the depths of Georgia: The Country, debate the very existence of Canada, and remain almost startlingly optimistic throughout. Fuck the Yankees, ...…
 
Pseudonymous Canadian man of mystery Fredrick Jay pops on the show to talk about Tanzania, Toronto, urban hippopotamus rampages, African surgical mishaps, skinning albinos for gold, and his precocious discovery, implementation, and transcendence of internet pornography -- merry Christmas, everyone.
 
The Grand Duke of the Grand Duchy of Flandrensis takes two hours and thirty minutes out of his hectic governing and parenting schedule to pay a digital diplomatic visit to the third-world basement micronation of Expatria. His Highness and your host discuss at length the long laundry list of absurdities that go into founding and maintaining a mi ...…
 
After briefly hyping this weekend's forthcoming guests, your host ruminates on the 2006 luggage heist that, in its way, led him to the existential spot that he inhabits at present.
 
Having built a half-expatriate-half-local startup community, established a Corporate Innovation portfolio, and continues to co-deliver the Australian Landing Pad programme in Shanghai with Austrade, XNode has proven to be a lead runner in the Shanghai startup scene offering a comprehensive range of services bridging the international and local ...…
 
Chris Pyak reads "Back To The Future IV" which is a chapter of his new book "How To Win Jobs & Influence Germans". The expats guide into the German job market. Get the book on Amazon: http://www.pyak.com/paperbackIn this chapter Chris' explains why your unique view point as an expatriates is valuable to German employers. With sound bites from m ...…
 
In which two bougie twonks successfully ascend the mountain at the center of Seoul, only to strand themselves upon its ridges as night falls over the city. Encounters with thorny thickets and murk-filled ravines leave the two men hobbled, bloodied, and filthy by the time they rediscover civilization and limp forth to their earthly reward: a cou ...…
 
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.…
 
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.
 
"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.
 
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