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Monday, July 27, 2009

More Faroe Photos

Another big, beefy gallery of photos coming right up. Podcast will be coming in due time. Until then...

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Faroe Photo Feast

First big gallery of photos from/of the podcast crew can be found here:

Live, From the Faroes...

Ok, we're taping stuff and it's not really live, but still, we're all in one place.
That's me, doing a natural sound recording. I look angry, and I'm not sure why. But I'm having the time of my life. More details later.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Podcast #20: One for the Road

On this episode, we continue our conversation about Faroese television and take another trip to the airport. You can listen on our audio player or download it from the usual places including:

Now it's off to the Faroes for me. Watch this space and our Facebook page for photos and special edition podcasts.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Faroese TV

We're talking TV in Podcasts 19 and 20, so it only seems right to watch some Faroese TV in between podcasts.

The folks at Kringvarp Foroya make it pretty easy to watch their programming online. Just click the link below to get to their video streaming page:

The column on the left contains links to radio programming, the column on the right links to TV shows. Dagur & Vika is a news program while 3-2 is all about sports. Tikk takk is a gameshow for kids and Mús, well... I haven't been able to figure out what that is yet.

Hopefully by the time you've watched some TV, we'll be back with Podcast #20.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Behold: Podcast #19

In this episode, we talk about Faroese television with Ivan Niclasen, who heads up the documentary department at the Faroese Broadcast Union. We'll also listen to the wildlife in Hoyvik.

As always, you can download us on iTunes or listen on the audio player above, or you can download the episode directly at:

Monday, July 6, 2009

Podcast #18, Get it While It's Hot

We're back and better than ever with Podcast #18.

In this episode, we'll talk about landslides, review the performance of the Faroese team at the Island Games, and visit a music festival in Sudroy.

As always, you can listen on iTunes or the media player above. Or you can download the file directly at:

You can find the medal count for the Island games at:

Friday, July 3, 2009

Please Stand By...

Some technical problems have delayed the release of the most recent podcast. It should post in the next 24-48 hours.