In this episode, Anna, Marta and their guest Ioana Opris take a journey through the origins and types of fear and explore the question: can fear be a good thing? Even though we do not live in times where a tiger could attack us on every corner, fear is still very present in our lives, now in a slightly different edition, more related to social fears.
The Moon has been fascinating people since the beginning of… the Moon :) Our closest celestial companion, Moon inspires curiosity, scientific questions, legends & myths , art and poetry… Is Moon our natural satellite or was it placed on our orbit? Did we ever land on the Moon? What’s on its dark side? Tune in and join us for this rather unusual episode where our special guest is the Moon herself!
In this episode Anna, Marta and their guest Judy Wanjiku Jørgensen deep dive into Forgiveness & the Art of Letting Go. Agreeing with what Nelson Mandela said: “Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.”. They explore the topic through the stories and how-tos of forgiveness.
This episode is quite special. First of all, this time we went on a journey to visit our guest and recorded the episode off-site (therefore we apologize for the quality of the audio). Morten Bonde is officially blind, yet he is still working as a Senior Art Director in the world's beloved toy company Lego. What is more, even though, Morten is only able to observe life through the perspective of the keyhole, he can still see the silver lining and share his wisdom with others.
When Guisella entered our Radio Station, she truly intrigued me as I was automatically taken aback by her tiny body frame (I was probably subconsciously expecting female Kurt Russel look-alike as most of my knowledge about Antarctica comes from John Carpenter’s classic “The Thing” ;)). I guess there is a lot I don’t know about Polar Explorers - especially the female ones - and If you’re level of knowledge is close to mine, join me and Marta for this great interview with Guisella Gaticua - polar researcher and explorer.
In this episode, we're digging into the roots of life and we're doing it through an interview with a biologist Nestor Sampedro. We're trying to see if science can answer all our questions about how life works? We're also very curious if Nestor's father story about a night with Madonna is true and could Madonna actually be Nestor's mum? She has indeed told the entire world that: "Last night I dreamt of Sampedro"...
Finding yourself is quite a task in general, and it becomes so much more challenging if your childhood and family are taken away from you by the war, you've spent a few years in a refugee camp and then were moved to a new country with a completely different culture. Tune in to listen to the very important episode with Reath Kawang nyak, with whom we discuss how you can find yourself and grow your own roots despite the pain that is still within you.
I predict that far in the future, people will still be trying to predict what will happen far into the future. For the same reason, we do it now...to give ourselves the feeling of control over our fate - David Ropeik , “Psychology Today” Welcome to one of our most bizarre episodes yet, where we discuss the science and magic behind predicting and why humans keep on trying to guess what future holds if they are so often wrong.