This is our first Podcasters roundup episode. The question was:
" What dream podcasting tool that does NOT exist do you want to exist?"
Podcasters (in order):
-Mattheus: Controller Disconnected: https://www.condisconnected.com/
-Mo Sibyl: More Sibyl Podcast:
-Vishnu: Writer and Geek:
-Anastasia: Привет, подружка! (in Russian), which means “hi, bestie!”
-Rohith: Lost Geographer
-Chaavi: Sonologue Podcast Production
-Kevin: Nipe Stories
-Sean: The Sean Geek Podcast
-Shannon: Oz 9
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Eric started lifting weights 15 years ago and it is now an essential part of his life and the main topic of his and his girlfriend's podcast “Planet Powerlifting”. In their podcast they hope to make powerlifting more accessible to outsiders and shed light on as many aspects of the sport as possible. Along with the basics of their podcasting life in Berlin, Germany we cover unique aspects of the podcasting scene in Germany as a whole as well.
10: Are you sick of American podcasts? Discover the Asian Podcasting Scene with Normal Chella of PodLovers Asia Podcast
Time and time again I hear my global friends complain that it's hard to find podcasts that are NOT from the U.S. As an American Podcaster (an Expat Podcaster, but still) this is always a sticky conversation for me because although I listen to a mix of podcasts from around the world, the U.S. is home country. So, while I can use these podcasts to stay up to date on what is happening there, I understand that not everyone needs or wants as much audio content coming from there. In fact, part of why the Global Podcasting episodes on Geopats started was because of a desire to share info about non-U.S. Podcasters and podcasting experiences with you. There is so much out there in the world, in English, and our ear buds are craving to hear it. It sounds like Norman Chella has a similar goal as mine but with the Asian scene as his more specific focus.
In this podcasting episode we chat with Heather Jonasson, a Texan who made the long journey to Sweden many years ago, about her podcast, Life In The Land Of The Ice And Snow. In this lighthearted podcast Heather and one of her Co-Hosts (Monica or Diego) join her to chat with other expats from around the world about the quirks, challenges and advantages of living in Sweden. In this episode we talk about her podcasting set up, the benefits of interviewing guests in person and of course, the essential why in starting her podcast.
8: Podcasting: Melissa and David From The Strong Sense Of Place Podcast Share Their Love Of Books, Travel & Laughter
David Humphreys and Melissa Joulwan are the hosts of Strong Sense of Place, a podcast and web site dedicated to literary travel and books with vivid settings. In each episode of their show, they explore one destination and talk about what makes that place different from everywhere else on earth. Then they recommend books set in that destination and talk to a special guest.
In this podcast show of the Geopats Podcast I am thrilled to share a conversation that I had recently with Emilie Steckenborn of the Bottled in China Podcast. Emilie has lived in China for over eight years as a wine educator and consultant for some of the biggest names in the industry. Currently Head of Education Asia at Treasury Wine Estates, she develops programs for front line staff across China, where her team trains hundreds of thousands of drink enthusiasts across Asia. She currently serves as China Eastern Airlines Official Wine Consultant for First and Business Class and has her own wine and food podcast called Bottled in China.
6: Podcasting: Creative Experimentation Via Podcasting With NaPodPoMo Founder Jennifer Navarette : NaPodPoMo 30
What creative challenge did you do this month? A bunch of us crazy Podcasters did NaPodPoMo, where we posted a podcast episode every day. Today we chat with the Founder of this magical event, Jennifer Navarette.
4: Podcasting: "Music Is Beyond Language" with the 主唱死了 Podcast (The Singer Is Dead) Host Forest: NaPodPoMo 26
What is independent podcasting like in China? Chinese National Forest, who is one of the Hosts of the new music podcast 主唱死了 Podcast (The Singer Is Dead): https://zhuchangsile.xyz/, about this , joins us for this mini episode for Geopats to share his podstory. And he promises to come back for a full Global Podcasting show episodes on Geopats in 2020. Thanks Forest!
Have you ever seen someone light up over the mention of a name? This is what happens when Heather Welch’s name is mentioned in the podcasting world. She doesn’t just spread peace and serenity via her off the grid and nature podcast, Sunshine and Powercuts, her existence and general character ARE these things. Add her technical prowess and organizational skills and you can start to see how she can put together the Sunshine Summit twice a year. In this episode we talk about her specific podcasting experiences from rural New Zealand and how she complement’s her local podcasting community with the strong, illuminating one she has built online.
“...they say that it gives them a perspective of Germany from outsiders eyes. That was a surprise for me.” Shaun, Host of Expat Life Germany
The Germany Experience Podcast (formerly known as the Expat Life Germany Podcast) is one of those podcasts that you listen to as you are doing something else (for me I was cleaning the apartment) and then find yourself stopping, grabbing a drink and sitting down to listen. Why? Because the authentic, thinky conversations that Host Shaun has with his guests are so calm and intriguing that you want to give them your full attention. This is exactly why I had to reach out to Shaun and ask him to join us on this new Expat Podcasters show.