Interview podcast about people from all walks of life. original music, traveling and life in general.
Recorded on the road and hosted by Haukur Emil Kaaber.
Haraldur Erlendsson Yoga Teacher
We talk about his personal journey through spirituality, the mystic Iceland and the positive side of Covid-19. We also talk about his book "The Man Who Drew Triangles" and the book he is writing now.
Þórhallur Þórhallsson Comedian
We talk about his new movie MENTOR and the history of stand up comedy in Iceland. We also talk about mental illness and Hollywood stars in Iceland.
Skúli Arason AKA SK-AR
We talk about his band Flekar, Elín Helena and his solo project SK-AR. We also talk about yoga, meditation, spirituality and Icelandic politics.
SK-AR on Spotify
Flekaskil - Ring road project
Elín Helena Facebook
Elín Helena Youtube
Bart Goop Musical Artist
We talk about music, paintings, big cites and small towns. We also talk about religion and politics and of course the covid 19
Bart Goop bandcamp
Bart Goop Spotify
Luke Ganje Novelist
We talk about the coronavirus and the differences between how Iceland and the US are handling it. We also talk about his novels, the different ways to publish and the benefits of traveling,
Guðmundur Felixson Improviser
We talk about how improvisers are coping during the corona outbreak. We also talk about how to name improve groups and a new sketch show Guðmundur is working on. And the difference between Icelandic and Hollywood movies.
Sketch from Guðmundur (in Icelendic)
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Pretty interesting, and I look forward to it every week
A great way to get into the wry and dry Icelandic wit and humor, and meet some of the artists, entrepreneurs, filmmakers, musicians, and all variety of interesting Icelandic folk. I look foward to new episodes each Sunday. Give this one a try.
One of the Best Ways to Make an Icelandic Friend
One of my favorite podcasts because it really makes me feel like I'm making friends with each interview subject.
Hakur Emil Kaaber - That Icelandic Guy himself - is a warm, charming guy who picks some of the more interesting people in Iceland to talk to: Musicians; artists; conpiracy theorists; a Witch/Poet/Political Activist...and engages in some really great conversations with them. Because my sense of humor appears to be tuned to Icelandic humor, I love listening to the wry interplay between Hakur and whoever he's talking to. I'm basically smiling throughout the entire episode because of how enjoyable I find it.
And, as I mention in the subject line, by the end, I feel like I've made a friend in Iceland.