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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Podcast 66: Elin Sings!... and also talks.

This week, we talk to our very own Elin Brimheim Heinesen. She's just released a new CD. We'll take you to the release concert and the after-party, and we'll talk about the years-long process of recording and releasing this album.

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Podcast 65: Development on Suduroy

This week, we talk to Dennis Holm about development on Suduroy and the barriers that make jobs tough to find on the island. Then we head to the very edge of the Faroe Islands (pictured above) and brace ourselves against the driving wind.

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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Podcast 64: It's oil!... kind of.

This week, we talk to an executive at ENI, an Italian oil company, about oil exploration in Faroese waters. Then, we take a stroll through the Nordic House.

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Special thanks to Ras 2 for letting us use this week's interview.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Podcast 63: The Icelandic Snub

This week, we discuss the visit to the Faroes by Icelandic Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir and the controversy that came after a Faroese MP refused to dine with Sigurðardóttir because of her sexual orientation.

The program is a casual, mostly-unedited conversation with Arni Zachariassen, a Faroese theology student living in Aberdeen. He wrote an open letter to the Icelandic PM that has been cited by many news outlets covering the story. You can read Arni's letter here.

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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Podcast 62: Where the Streets Have No Name

This week, we're in the town of Tvøroyri, where we talk about tourism, and our intrepid host realizes he has a genetic inability to pronounce the word "Tvøroyri."

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Also, you can see a photo gallery of our recent travels in the Faroes right here and more stuff here.