17 episodes

Hi, welcome to Copenhagen!

My name is Jim Lind.

I moved from Scotland to Copenhagen, Denmark in 2012.

In 2015 I started using a live streaming app called Periscope to let people from all over the world see Copenhagen and talk about the history, the architecture, the culture and what it's like living here as an expat.

This little intro explains why I've finally decided to start doing Podcasts and the sort of things you can expect to hear about, it isn't ALL about Copenhagen!

Bye for now,
Jim

Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com
Twitter - JimLind12
Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

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Hi, welcome to Copenhagen!

My name is Jim Lind.

I moved from Scotland to Copenhagen, Denmark in 2012.

In 2015 I started using a live streaming app called Periscope to let people from all over the world see Copenhagen and talk about the history, the architecture, the culture and what it's like living here as an expat.

This little intro explains why I've finally decided to start doing Podcasts and the sort of things you can expect to hear about, it isn't ALL about Copenhagen!

Bye for now,
Jim

Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com
Twitter - JimLind12
Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

    Episode 16: This Fable Is Intended For You (8)

    Episode 16: This Fable Is Intended For You (8)

    This Fable Is Intended For You was written by the famous Danish author Hans Christian Andersen and was first published in 1836.

    It is a very short story about a hungry dog but it has a deeper meaning.

    I hope you enjoy it!

    Bye for now,

    Jim

    Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com

    Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

    Twitter - JimLind12

    Music - www.emmyrich.com




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    Episode 15: Who Was Ole Kirk Christiansen?

    Episode 15: Who Was Ole Kirk Christiansen?

    The name Ole Kirk Christiansen may not mean anything to you but he is very well known for something that he invented!

    I'm sure that you'll have heard of it, and very likely used it, at some point in your life!

    This Podcast tells his story.

    Enjoy!

    Bye for now,

    Jim



    Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com

    Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

    Twitter - JimLind12

    Music - www.emmyrich.com




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    Episode 14: The Travelling Companion (7)

    Episode 14: The Travelling Companion (7)

    The Travelling Companion is a story that was written in 1835 by the Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen.

    It is the story of a young man who has a strange dream after the death of his father.

    He then decides to venture out into the world.....

    Bye for now,

    Jim

    Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com

    Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

    Twitter -@JimLind12

    Music - www.emmyrich.com


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    • 41 min
    Episode 13: Why Bluetooth?

    Episode 13: Why Bluetooth?

    Why is Bluetooth called Bluetooth?

    What does the Bluetooth symbol mean?

    What does all of this have to do with Denmark?

    You'll find out in this Podcast!

    Bye for now,

    Jim

    Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com

    Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

    Twitter - @JimLind12

    Music - www.emmyrich.com


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    Episode 12: The Saucy Boy (6)

    Episode 12: The Saucy Boy (6)

    The Saucy Boy is a short story that was written by the Danish author, Hans Christian Andersen.

    It was first published in 1835 and is the story of........

    Oh, you'll find out when you listen.

    I hope you enjoy it!

    Bye for now,

    Jim

    Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com

    Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

    Twitter - @JimLind12

    Music - www.emmyrich.com








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    Episode 11: The Copenhagen Fire Of 1728

    Episode 11: The Copenhagen Fire Of 1728

    The true story of how a 7yr old boy managed to destroy nearly 50% of medieval Copenhagen....... or did he?

    I'll let you decide.

    Bye for now,

    Jim

    Web - www.eyeseecopenhagen.com

    Instagram - eyeseecopenhagen

    Twitter - @JimLind12

    Music -www.emmyrich.com


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A bit of fun, some history and education with a good friend.

I love listening to Jim’s podcasts. He has a way of bringing the stories he tells alive. A bit of fun, some history, and an education. Feels like I’m spending time with a good friend.

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