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The Global Voices Show #1

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Global Voices is pleased to announce the first of our new magazine-style podcasts, which aim to do for online audio what the Global Voices web site does for text blogs — introduce listeners to some of the exciting offerings from podcasters around the world.

In this episode we feature the following podcasts:

Toast Fantastic Podcast (South Africa)
Dixo – Eduardo Arcos (Mexico) – See also Global Voices Regional Editor David Sasaki’s article, “9 Questions for Eduardo Arcos”.
Geoffrey Philp’s Blog Spot (Jamaica) – See also Global Voices author Nicholas Laughlin’s article , “West Indian literature online”
Rabble Podcast Network (Israel/Palestine)
Kazahkstan Stories (Kazakhstan)
Oon Yeoh (Malaysia) – See also Global Voices Regional Editor Preetam Rai’s article , “Malaysian Bloggers Protest Banning of Documentary”.
Radio Free Harvard Cubao (Philippines) – See also Preetam Rai’s article “The Movie ‘Da Vinci Code’ in South East Asia”
Mr. Brown (Singapore)

Also featured on this show are two music tracks from Magnatune – “Kubrick’s Tube” by Michael Masley, and “Too Tight” by Falik. Both can be purchased through the Magantune web site.

You can listen to this podcast by clicking here on the “Audio MP3″ icon at the end of this post.

Subscription links for this podcast:
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10 comments

  • Podcasting – I love it!

    From horse meat to bagels; the ruffled feathers of bird-buyers; poetry, comedy, politics and peace. The first ever Global Voices podcast has hit the internet airwaves. It’s a short magazine-type showcase of podcasts from around the world. There will b…

  • […] For a while now at Global Voices we’ve been contemplating if much like our weblog posts for photographs and text posts, more could be done to push podcasts from various parts of the world. Georgia Poppelwell did just that – in her incredibely icecreamy nutty (which I first used to describe her voice!) voice presents some of the most interesting podcasts doing the rounds. She takes you through the podcasts – with brief snippets from each. If you listen to just one podcast todya – this is the one! […]

  • I just split my stomach laughing over the piece of Jewish Humour!

  • The Global Voices Podcast

  • Hello Georgia, I was wondering where I could get the RSS feed for this interesting podcast? I wish to add to to my iTunes subscription.

  • SUPER we will have interesting podcast from Iran too soon, very soon!

  • Hi Kevin:

    Seems I anticipated your request. :)

    You’ll now find subscription links at the end of the post.

    Georgia

  • This is such an exciting initiative. When will you release a proper Press Release page for us traditional media folk?

    In the meantime, we’ll keep listening for rumbles on the tracks ^_^

    Wanabehuman

  • I found out about the Global Voices podcast on Georgia Popplewell’s Caribbean Free Radio.

    For the last year I’ve been kicking around the idea of doing an international podcast magazine. I only had the haziest ideao of what such a show would be like. Global Voices goes beyond anything I could possibly imagine. The show is vibrant, intimate and funny. And hungry! The Kazahkstan Stories food segment made me ravenous for some besparmak.

    I look forward to future episodes!

  • Hello Georgia. Interesting compilation… I really enjoyed listening to this first episode. Keep em’ coming :)

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