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A podcast on life and society abroad with Yaël Ossowski and Todor Papić.

The Innocents Abroad Yaël Ossowski and Todor Papić.

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A podcast on life and society abroad with Yaël Ossowski and Todor Papić.

    Episode 25: Bill Wirtz: Who and What is Europe?

    Episode 25: Bill Wirtz: Who and What is Europe?

    On this episode of the podcast, we interview Bill Wirtz for his take on Who and What is Europe?
    The Innocents Abroad sat down to talk to Bill during his recent trip in Vienna, taking advantage of a nice afternoon to catch up at a cafe.
    Bill Wirtz is a Luxembourgish freelance journalist based in Brussels and Prague, who is also a policy analyst at the Consumer Choice Center. You can read his articles and follow his social media via his website.
    http://wirtzbill.com
    http://theinnocentsabroad.

    Episode 24: Beware the Christmas Markets

    Episode 24: Beware the Christmas Markets

    In this episode, we discuss neo-Nazi rallies in Poland, brake dust, CO2, Christmas markets in Europe, Zweig’s Europe, why Estonia is awesome, the next James Bond, ‘Berlin Statin’ Season 3, Ukraine, online marketing, learning Russian, and more.
    07. December 2018
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    Episode 23: Empire Disintegration Day

    Episode 23: Empire Disintegration Day

    A celebration of Armistice Day, Empire Disintegration Day, Ossowski Academy of Excellence, Baby news, Gonzo journalism, The Web Summit in Lison, AI, pub quizzes, oxygen bars in Colorado, drinking culture, and more.
    12. November 2018
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    Website: http://theinnocentsabroad.com
    INTRO MUSIC: Les Colocs –Pis si ô moins
    OUTRO MUSIC: Maverick Sabre – I Need

    Episode 22: DO YOU EVEN READ, BRO?

    Episode 22: DO YOU EVEN READ, BRO?

    Next up on this episode of The Innocents Abroad: How We Read. How We Memorize. How We Internalize.
    Living in a different country means one often looks to books to keep up perspective about your home or the world outside. In this episode, we look at book recommendations, how best to read, whether Kindle is such a bad thing, which books to throw away, and how connecting the dots when reading is as important as getting the damn book in your hands.
    15. August 2018
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    Episode 21: Who is today’s Beat Generation?

    Episode 21: Who is today’s Beat Generation?

    Who is today’s ‘Beat Generation’? Looking at some of the great figures of the literary and cultural movement, we compare with today’s reality. Bringing in Jack Kerouac, Allen, Ginsberg, Hunter S. Thompson, and even some Anthony Bourdain along the way. Take a road trip with the Innocents Abroad.
    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2007/10/01/drive-he-wrote

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    Episode 20: Living in a Post-Modern World

    Episode 20: Living in a Post-Modern World

    This week’s podcast features stories from Georgia and Hong Kong, highlighting the first edition of the Devolution Review magazine, the spirit of protests and raves, the young people making a difference in Europe, references to Stefan Zweig, postmodernism, and how to get a visa to go to a country at war. Because why not?
    Hosted by Yaël Ossowski and Todor Papic
    Shownotes:
    Khachapuri and Rave

    Popcorn, Shiny Floors

    https://panampost.com/yael-ossowski/2015/03/26/the-difference-between-expats-and-immigrants-its-passports-not-race/
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/apr/06/slovakia-thousands-protest-against-business-as-usual-under-new-leaders

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