Best guatemala podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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Access Church Guatemala
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Our mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by creating environments where participants are encouraged and equipped to pursue intimacy with God, community with insiders, and influence with outsiders.
 
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Access Church Guatemala
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Our mission is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by creating environments where participants are encouraged and equipped to pursue intimacy with God, community with insiders, and influence with outsiders.
 
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Catedral de Escuintla
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Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Concepción - Catedral de Escuintla - Diócesis de Escuintla
 
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CrimsonWings' Core
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A way to give to know my mixes and electronic music
 
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Mesa Pública
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This weekly show features guests, news, discussions, commentary and analysis about current events and culture in Guatemala and the rest of Central America.
 
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Sana Doctrina
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Sana Doctrina es un podcast de Iglesia Ebenezer Long Island en New York, USA. Estas prédicas son expuestas por el Pastor Werner Meyer. Esperamos sea de mucha bendición.
 
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Catedral de Escuintla
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Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Concepción - Catedral de Escuintla - Diócesis de Escuintla
 
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Now Is the Time for Missions
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Shawn Smith interviews Crew Members and Leaders from NowIsTheTimeForMissions.com
 
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AdverntureKidsLearning
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Join AdventureKidsLearning as we videoconference with students across the country from Guatemala.
 
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LA Review of Books
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The LOS ANGELES REVIEW OF BOOKS, as its name suggests, looks out at the world of books from its perch on the Pacific Rim. Since the 19th century writers have bridled at New York’s seeming monopoly over publication. Bret Harte in The Overland Monthly, John Crowe Ransom and Robert Penn Warren in I’ll Take My Stand, and the other regionalists, along with other outsiders, people who felt excluded from the literary conversation, and writers and readers in a thousand places — including even New Yo ...
 
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Tmoney Travels
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Thomas Foreman is an aspiring writer, photojournalist, and cheap beer taster. After school, he set off on an excursion through Peru, and then later throughout Europe. The travel bug having been securely attached, he is now currently in Central America teaching English.
 
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BrightLight Music Radio Show
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BrightLight Music Radio Show is hosted by Rodrigo Valle, Robert B. and KevinMa with special guests, where you’ll hear some of our favourite tunes, new releases, exclusive tracks from artists, specially from Guatemala and Central América. The radio show is broadcasted fortnightly on Exa Guatemala [101.7 fm / http://bit.ly/exagt] at 8pm CST / 9pm EST / 2am GMT / 3am CET.
 
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Nuestra Familia Unida: History and Genealogy - History and Genealogy - Mexico, Latin America, La Raza, Chicano, Chicana, Hispanic, Latino, Latina, Indigenous. . .History en total de nosotros the Native American Peoples - History and Genealogy
 
History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
 
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On There Podcast
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Ionattan & KevinMa, Techno DJs duo from Guatemala, host of "On There Podcast" available the last friday of every month
 
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KCRW's Sonic Trace
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Sonic Trace is a new story-telling project that begins in the heart of Los Angeles and crosses into Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras produced in partnership with KCRW. Sonic Trace stories are centered around three questions: ¿Por qué te vas? (Why do you go?) ¿Por qué te quedas? (Why do you stay?) ¿Por qué regresas? (What makes you return?) The series is produced by Anayansi Diaz-Cortes and Eric Pearse-Chavez. It is part of Localore, a nationwide initiative of AIR, the Association ...
 
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Danzón Pérez
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Movimiento cultural y sello discográfico con base en la ciudad de Guatemala.Sabemos que bailar es un sentimiento y queremos que todos lo compartamos. El bailarín es el que sabe escuchar a su cuerpo! We are a cultural movement and récord label based in Guatemala city. We know that dancing is a feeling and we want to share it with all of you. Dance to express not to impress ! Danz-ON!
 
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DrFaye Radio
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The Global Church and The Ministries of DrFaye Welcome you to the daily radio broadcasts: Radio Schedule• DrFaye Live Sunday 6:00 PM EST: Dedicated To Sharing The Good News In A Way That Disrupts Tradition And Doctrines of Men. • Prayer and Prophetic Mondays with DrFaye 9:00 PM EST: Dedicated To Providing An Opportunity For Those Who Miss The Early Morning” Wake Up And Pray “Conference Call. Join DrFaye Every Weekday Morning At 7 AM EST Call 1-641-715-3580 Access Code 891384# Join Here www.f ...
 
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Across The Street To Wooden Park
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Veronica recounts her earliest memories growing up on the west side of Chicago. Her stories share the perspective of a young girl from Guatemala facing the challenges of the big city. It’s part bio, part jaunt down memory lane, but all American dream. Nostalgia, laughs, and emotions run free in these peeks into Veronica’s childhood.
 
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Zaakistan, the missionary man
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Zaak begins work among the Pokomchí people in central Guatemala in September, 2005. Working with him is his family, Amber (wife) and Blaise (baby). This podcast will share experiences and thoughts directly from the mountains of Central America. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store.
 
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Big Element Radio
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Management and Booking (Worldwide) - Lissa Petrovalissa@bigelementrecords.comPR Manager/PressAna Jones ana@bigelementrecords.compromo mail:promo@dj-toro.comDj Toro (Angel Gonzalez) was born in Guatemala,Guatemala city on May1 of 1999.​At a tender age, he was very interested in the music, specifically electronic music. Dj Toro began his career with a pair of turntables and a mixer, and when he was 11 years old Dj Toro`s beg his parents for bought him the dj set for in order to begin practicin ...
 
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Party Right Now with DJ Rhiannon
 
Hi! I'm busy in the studio studying and producing new choons at @matrixsessions. I'll release them asap, thanks for your patience! Meanwhile, keep yourself energized by listening to my recorded-live DJ mixes here or on my podcast called "Party Right Now" on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitch. More about me in third person... Rhiannon is a 100% independent DJ, Producer, Lyricist, and Recording Artist who is known for rocking crowds with her explosive sets and magnetic stage presence. With over a ...
 
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Joel and Jonathan
Weekly
 
The Malm brothers. They're a couple of Texans who grew up in Guatemala. Joel organizes adventure leadership expeditions around the world. Jonathan, well, we're not sure how Jonathan makes money. They seem to know a little about nearly any topic you throw at them, and you can be sure they'll have a unique perspective. Explore these random topics with the brothers Malm; laugh and learn along the way.
 
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Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, Vol. 1 by STEPHENS, John Lloyd
 
The year is 1838. The scene is the dense Honduran forest along the Copán River. Two men, John Lloyd Stephens and Frederick Catherwood, are about to rediscover Mayan civilization. Their guide, slashing through the rampant growth with his machete, leads them to a structure with steps up the side, shaped like a pyramid. Next they see a stone column, fourteen feet high, sculptured on the front with a portrait of a man, “solemn, stern and well fitted to excite terror,” covered on the sides with h ...
 
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Ken Spicer's Podcast
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New Creation Church is a dynamic local church impacting lives for Christ in the San Gorgonio Pass of Southern California. We have campuses in Banning, Beaumont, and Yucca Valley; and have stretched beyond our country’s borders to plant a church in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. We also work with a coalition of churches in Guatemala, and have established Bible schools in California, Guatemala, and Uganda.As we fulfill the vision God has given us, we desire to see every person reach their full pote ...
 
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Semitrance Podcast
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Home to: MK, BT, Astrix, Miroslav Vrlik, Frost, Denis Underground, Joint Venture, Lokka Vox, Demex, Bardalimov and many more.Become a VIP:► bit.ly/ST_Subscribe--------------------------------------♫ Demo submission: demo@semitrance.com♫ Remix competitions: bit.ly/24vhuof--------------------------------------@4Beat-Records@B-Naural-Records@Semitrance-Records@Blackhawk-Down-Records@Crewea-Music-Group--------------------------------------▶ Follow Us: Facebook → on.fb.me/1JRSnUVBeatport → bit.ly ...
 
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LA Review of Books
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The LOS ANGELES REVIEW OF BOOKS, as its name suggests, looks out at the world of books from its perch on the Pacific Rim. Since the 19th century writers have bridled at New York’s seeming monopoly over publication. Bret Harte in The Overland Monthly, John Crowe Ransom and Robert Penn Warren in I’ll Take My Stand, and the other regionalists, along with other outsiders, people who felt excluded from the literary conversation, and writers and readers in a thousand places — including even New Yo ...
 
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Juan Pablo Guzman: Originally from Guatemala and now living in the US, Pablo has lived among the indigenous Ixil people and is in production on a documentary series about the Guatemalan genocide of the Ixil people in the early 1980s, focusing on the brave resistance of the people in the face of a mighty American-backed military force.…
 
S3E2: Don't Go on that Hill, People Get Jacked | @theycallmecas Recounts Guatemala by The Travel Guydes - J. Cousteau & International P
 
Joan has spent most of her adult life in Guatemala and Bolivia . She has written several books, the most recent of which is href="https://www.bahaibookstore.com/Bahai-Response-to-the-Crisis-of-Our-Time-The-P8816.aspx" target="_blank"The Baha'i Response to the Crisis of our Time: What Each of Us Can Do to Create a Better World. We discuss the bo ...…
 
This is Frank Gaffney with the Secure Freedom Minute. The Central American nation of Guatemala became the first in the world to announce Sunday it will follow Donald Trump’s lead by relocating its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. In contrast with most UN members, the Guatemalan government has surely earned a place of favor with President Trump. ...…
 
Honduras, Paraguay could follow Jer. Embassy move Guatemala has announced that it will be the first country to follow America’s example, and move its Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, now Israel says at least ten other countries are also considering making such a move. Knesset member berates Palestinian family on bus The family of a jailed Palest ...…
 
The Christmas spirit returns to the Holy Land Christmas festivities are in full swing in the Holy Land, tourists have arrived in droves to visit some of the holiest Christian sites in the world. Guatemala to move Embassy to Jerusalem Guatemala has just announced that it will follow the U.S. example and move its foreign Embassy from Herzliya to ...…
 
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The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
 
Zacpeten is a Mayan city located on a peninsula on the shores of Lake Salpeten in the Peten Department (which are the equivalent US states) of northern Guatemala. The city went through several cycles of habitation and abandonment over its active lifespan. Links https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zacpeten…
 
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Only in America with Ali Noorani
 
With the fate of thousands of DACA recipients still in the hands of a deadlocked Congress, Ali chats with four members of the Voices of Christian Dreamers, who visited Capitol Hill this week to plea for their American futures. Guests; Liz Dong Ruth Velazquez Vanessa Gutierrez Amado Lobatos The Des Moines Register DACA story…
 
Carmin Black would tell you that growing up, she did not have a normal childhood. After hearing her story, this could not be more accurate. With a father who was a pastor and a mother who exemplified everything fashion and design, two very different worlds collided to create the culture that Carmin grew up in. While moving to various places all ...…
 
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WTFFF?! 3D Printing Podcast: 3D Print Tips | 3D Print Tools | 3D Start Point
 
Is the 3D printing industry progressing fast enough? Is AI going to take the place of engineers and designers? Such questions were answered in Inside 3D Printing San Diego 2017. Although a smaller event compared from last year, it was the panel track and the attendees that pulled the event together and made the trip worth taking. This turned in ...…
 
Welcome to episode 4 of Language Stories. This time we’re in Tikal, Guatemala and we’re talking all things...Star Wars. In particular the languages of Star Wars. Why Star Wars languages? Because the new Star Wars film, The Last Jedi, is out today of course! It seemed like a great chance to take a look at a bit of an anomaly in the constructed f ...…
 
Move over "You're not in Guatemala now, Dr Ropata" - there's a new top Shorty quote.An already infamous line from Shortland Street's longest running character Chris Warner has been voted the 2017 Quote of the Year.Massey University said the line garnered 18 percent of the more than 7,000 votes cast during the competition.The words were uttered ...…
 
How to Stretch Yourself to Become Your Best This week I'm delighted to have Jon Stolpe on the show. We discuss: How we connected. Why STRETCH is such an important term in Jon's life. He's helping men around the country help improve their commitment to fatherhood, family, faith, and work challenges. See the Stretched Men Group for more info. How ...…
 
Not so long ago, they used to roll up the sidewalks in downtown Baton Rouge at 5 p.m, or so the saying went. And it wasn t far from the truth. Today, however, downtown is a burgeoning district, home not only to state office buildings and law firms, but to apartment complexes, restaruatns, museums and galleries and, even, a distillery. Walter Th ...…
 
Can one person make a difference in our congregation? Can one family make a difference in our congregation… setting an example that inspires others? The answer is yes. When a person begins really trying, and making an effort there may be some snags long the way: they may feel self conscious [this isn’t really me, I’m a fake] others may put them ...…
 
FRED FLEITZ, Senior VP for Policy and Programs at CSP, Former CIA Analyst, Former Chief of Staff for Amb. John Bolton in the State Dept.: Recent North Korean missile launchAre military options viable against Pyongyang?Who are our allies in the international community regarding NK? LIZ YORE, Attorney and International Child Rights Advocate, Head ...…
 
FRED FLEITZ, Senior VP for Policy and Programs at CSP, Former CIA Analyst, Former Chief of Staff for Amb. John Bolton in the State Dept.: Recent North Korean missile launchAre military options viable against Pyongyang?Who are our allies in the international community regarding NK? LIZ YORE, Attorney and International Child Rights Advocate, Head ...…
 
“Just because you don’t know and aren’t familiar with it, doesn’t mean you should fear it…Try to understand how it’s different and what’s going on, because it’s normal to someone else.” – Sophia Iaquinta Missed Part 1 with Sophia? Listen here. While you met Sophia in Part 1 or our conversation, you didn’t learn much about her background. Thus, ...…
 
Growing up in rural Guatemala, Marco Tulio Guerra was accustomed to people cooking using open-fire stoves. It's dangerous because of both smoke inhalation and the flames. But it was when his younger brother was in a horrible accident, that Marco decided to do something about the health hazards of the fires. He's designed a stove, which is safer ...…
 
I first discovered El Limon on my trip to Guatemala in early 2013, at the time we'd never bought coffee directly from Guatemala; but since then this has become one of our strongest and most amazing relationships. My friend Raul (who you may remember as the World Barista Champion of 2012!) in Guatemala had been buying coffee from these guys for ...…
 
I first discovered El Limon on my trip to Guatemala in early 2013, at the time we'd never bought coffee directly from Guatemala; but since then this has become one of our strongest and most amazing relationships. My friend Raul (who you may remember as the World Barista Champion of 2012!) in Guatemala had been buying coffee from these guys for ...…
 
This is one of the most delicious applications of large scale permaculture I can think of. Just the idea of chocolate, cardamom and coffee makes my mouth water. In this episode Neal Hegarty of Abundant Edge interviews Lorenzo Maniet, the owner and director of El Porvenir cacao finca in Guatemala. El Porvenir is the most impressive agroforestry ...…
 
This week we are talking to Kate Voss & Cascade Tuholske, who are PhD candidates in UCSB's geography department. They both did their undergraduate work in Washington D.C. and are interested in applying their scientific results to influence policy and affect change. These lucky ducks have traveled all around the world for their work, from Peru t ...…
 
Few countries on earth have had some a terrible record for killing and violently abusing its citizens as Guatemala. The rule of law there is so shaky an international tribunal under the UN has been called in to prosecute national-scale criminals. Film-maker Pamela Yates has helped uncover the crimes, even helped convict the former President Gen ...…
 
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Acoustic Tuesday Show with Tony Polecastro
 
Acoustic Tuesday presented by http://tonysacousticchallenge.com Bob Taylor was kind enough to document his travels as he flew across the world... no joke... the entire world, and checked out wonderful examples of proper forestry and sustainable wood initiatives. This video series has it all. Ever wonder what Koa looks like in a forest? Bob cove ...…
 
When you walk into a coffee shop nowadays, it’s common for there to be one or even two cold brews on the menu. But if you walk into Trident Coffee, located in Imperial Beach, California, you’ll come across sixteen cold brews – all on nitro! Join me and Eric Johnson, owner and head roaster of Trident, as we go through his journey to opening up t ...…
 
In conversation with Janet Benton, author of the debut novel Lilli de Jong. ''Poignant, powerful'' and ''timeless'' (Boston Globe), Isabel Allende's acclaimed historical fiction weaves reality, memory, and mysticism into tapestries of intergenerational family sagas about war, love, and politics. The recipient of 50 awards in more than a dozen c ...…
 
In conversation with Janet Benton, author of the debut novel Lilli de Jong. ''Poignant, powerful'' and ''timeless'' (Boston Globe), Isabel Allende's acclaimed historical fiction weaves reality, memory, and mysticism into tapestries of intergenerational family sagas about war, love, and politics. The recipient of 50 awards in more than a dozen c ...…
 
This month at Living Faith, we have asked members of our church family to share their witness of God's presence in their lives, helping us see the attributes of God that each of us may not have seen as closely in our individual lives. Luke Redcay opens our series by speaking of the Creator, and the wonder of all that surrounds us in His creatio ...…
 
Steve Golla and David Voncannon sharing at Grace on November 12, 2017
 
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Access Church Guatemala
 
One thing about being a large church is we can make a large difference. When we come together, when we’re generous, we can change our communities . . . and the world.
 
Pastor Sergio Palencia, from Guatemala, preached a sermon about dreaming and not worrying. Listen and be encouraged!
 
This week on Shades Of Brown we talk about the iPhone X and the Xbox One X. Yes we know it’s pronounced iPhone Ten. Don’t @ us. Show Notes: iPhone X Links: The Verge Ars Technica Buzzfeed TechCrunch Mashable Austin Mann’s in-depth camera review Daring Fireball review roundup Xbox One X Links Windows Central Ars Technica Game Streaming Social: C ...…
 
Te has planteado alguna vez ” No me gusta mi trabajo ¿Qué hago? ” Yo sí, varias veces de hecho! Esta semana te cuento mi experiencia trabajando en diferentes empresas durante más de 10 años, cómo ha evolucionado mi perspectiva hacia el trabajo y cómo monté mi empresa Crave for Crafts. También reflexiono sobre la importancia de entenderse a uno ...…
 
The second episode of the Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation podcast dives into two direct partnerships with private sector companies that are increasing food security and improving livelihoods. Popoyán in Guatemala and Universal Industries in Malawi share how their businesses are working with and benefiting smallholder farmers and how w ...…
 
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Latin America and the Caribbean (Forced Migration Review 56)
 
More than 20 years since the end of the civil war, Guatemala is once again experiencing an upsurge in internal displacement. The causes are multiple, and demand attention.
 
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