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Searching for Italy is a podcast on the Italian American experience and the rediscovery of our roots. Discussions will cover every topic of the Italian culture: history, language, traditions, food, art, film, music, etc. Searching for Italy will lead us to share stories about the Italian American diaspora. I am a 3rd generation Italian American from NY living in Italy and my passion is to reconnect to our lost culture and our Italian family. Be ready to learn about unknown aspects of Italian ...
 
Finally a podcast in Italian designed for learners of Italian! Listen to interesting topics and learn about Italy, all while practicing your comprehension, expanding your vocabulary and improving your pronunciation! Manu Venditti, the founder of Italy Made Easy is a native Italian language lover, with a passion for helping people like you learn, improve, practice and master the Italian language. Each new Episode is added to our free accompanying course, where you can download the audio and p ...
 
Untold Italy is a travel podcast full of practical tips and advice to help you plan your trip to Italy. Travel experts Katy Clarke and Josie Armao answer your questions so you can plan with ease and uncover your own, as yet untold adventures in Italy. On our show we share highlights of the major destinations, off the beaten path secrets, best ways to get around, favorite food spots, cultural insights and much more. You’ll learn how to plan your Italy itinerary to include the places and exper ...
 
A NEW LIFE IN ITALY – THE PODCAST THAT takes you behind the scenes of what it's really like to move to Italy and shows you how starting a new life in the bel Paese is possible for you. Each week we are joined by expats, writers, bloggers, people who have made the move and those who didn’t (because we all need a little dose of reality in our lives) plus the helpers like accountants, lawyers, relocation experts, property experts people that you will need to know to chat about what it really ta ...
 
VIVA ITALIA! !現地イタリアから「旬」をお届けします! スローライフのお手本イタリア。 そんなイタリアのワインやオリーブオイル、その他にも大地の恵みがもたらすイタリア食材の話題、そしてイタリア料理について。 イタリア中を旅するための観光情報。 今年世界中を湧かせたイタリアのサッカー情報。 そんなイタリアを更に理解できるようイタリア語を学ぶコーナー等。。。。 イタリアで暮らすような。。。そんな一時をお届けするのが。。。「io italia - イオイタリー」です。
 
Rivoluziona il tuo modo di fare il turista! Le PodGiudes sono delle miniguide pensate per essere scaricate ed ascoltate in piena libertà. Gli spettacoli del Colosseo, il tesoro di San Marco, Michelangelo e il suo David, vivranno dentro al vostro iPod e vi racconteranno le arti e le storie che hanno reso grande l'Italia.
 
La cultura y la belleza de la Italia; Roma, Venecia y Florencia. ItalyGuides son miniguías ideadas para ser descargadas y escuchadas sin restricciones. Los espectáculos del Coliseo, el Tesoro de San Marco, el David de Miguel Ángel vivirán en el iPod y les narrarán cómo era la Italia durante su máximo esplendor.
 
Finally a podcast in Italian designed for students of Italian! Listen to interesting topics and learn about Italy, all while practicing your comprehension, expanding your vocabulary and improving your pronunciation! Manu Venditti, the founder of Italy Made Easy, is a native Italian polyglot, with a passion for helping people like you learn, improve and master the Italian language!
 
ItalyGuides.it today reinvented audio-guides, giving them the feel of "Cinema" instead of the academism of traditional ones, with movie-style music, narration by American voice actor Gregory Snegoff, images and sound effects, dramatically enhancing the storytelling process.Roman Coliseum events, gladiator fights, Michelangelo's David in Florence or Venice with its magic, spectacular scenarios will live in your iPod and will tell you what Italy was like at the height of its splendour.(also av ...
 
Rick Steves Italy Audio Tours provide humorous and insightful commentary on the art and history of many of Italy's most notable museums and historic sites in Assisi, Florence, Pompeii, Rome, and Venice. Each tour includes a PDF companion map, downloadable at http://www.ricksteves.com/audiotours. Subscribe to get them all! Excerpted from Rick Steves guidebooks. All rights reserved. You'll find related travel information for these destinations at http://www.ricksteves.com.
 
Ida Pfeiffer travelled alone in an era when women didn't travel. She went first on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, then went on to Egypt and Italy. Understanding the difficulties a woman would face travelling alone and on a budget, she made a will before she left. Go she did, however; and upon her return she wrote this book. She used the proceeds to finance her next trip - six months in Iceland. (Summary by Sibella Denton)
 
Ida Pfeiffer travelled alone in an era when women didn’t travel. She went first on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, then went on to Egypt and Italy. Understanding the difficulties a woman would face travelling alone and on a budget, she made a will before she left. Go she did, however; and upon her return she wrote this book. She used the proceeds to finance her next trip – six months in Iceland.
 
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This week I talk about how the origins of the queen of Neapolitan cuisine that took the world by storm. If you enjoyed this episode, want access to exclusive extras, and to help me make more, please consider becoming a patron: http://patreon.com/lucasitaly/ . Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/lucasitaly)…
 
#055 Piedmont: picturesque region in the north of Italy When visitors from outside Europe think of Italy's elegant piazzas, pretty hill and lake towns, vines for miles and delicious dishes, for some reason they don't often think of the northern region of Piedmont. Our guest Olivia Windsor is here to change all of that with a sneak peak into the roy…
 
Today my special guest expert is Certified Italian Commercialista Paolo Rigo who is based in the beautiful city of Verona. Paolo specializes in foreigners tax needs, and has a wealth of knowledge to share about the tax system and how he can help you find the best way forward Our questions today are: Question #1 is from Sarah I own a house in Canada…
 
Yule is a long standing and ancient tradition celebrating the Winter Solstice. It is one of the oldest winter celebrations in the world. We discuss the history of Yule in Italy and the customs surrounding this time of year. We hope you enjoy learning about this most unusual custom and the related traditions - still celebrated in different regions o…
 
Caffè espresso, Capuccino, Latte macchiato and Caffè Americano. In this episode we will uncover the origins of coffee, the invention of espresso machines and the many curiosities of Italian coffee culture. Support the show (https://paypal.me/searchingforitalypod?locale.x=it_IT)על ידי Timothy Eadie
 
#054 Solo travel tips for an exciting Italian adventure If you were ever inspired to take a solo adventure to Italy then this episode is for you. Our guest Sierra Busch overcame her fears of traveling alone and has had some incredible adventures in Italy. Inspired to help others do the same, she's written a book to help those who want to visit Ital…
 
The Feast of the Baptism of the Lord Jesus Christ in the Jordan closes the Christmas Season. This reflection on the scripture readings for the feast also provide us insight into the sacraments of baptism and Confirmation and give us food for meditation as we say the first luminous mystery of the rosary.…
 
Have you met someone who has moved to Italy and wondered how they did it and if there were any problems? In between the dreamy stories and motivating tv shows there are often mistakes that no one likes to talk about. These are the oops – the jackpots that some foreigners get themselves into. Some are small and easily fixed, others take a little mor…
 
We follow the descent into Italy of Holy Roman Emperor Luis IV to visit with the Visconti in Milan, the Dalla Scala in Verona, the Este of Ferrara, the Castracani in Lucca and the Gonzaga in Mantua. At the same time we see the struggle between emperor and pope and get a reminder fo the situation in Naples and Sicily. Here is the link to the feed sp…
 
The Solemn feast of the Epiphany of the Lord traditionally occurs on January 6 following the twelve days of Christmas. Epiphany commemorates three scriptural events: the visit of the Magi to the stable of Bethlehem following the nativity of Jesus, Christ's Baptism in the Jordan, and his first miracle at the wedding feast at Cana. This article focus…
 
#053 How to plan your dream trip to Italy - itinerary building tips from Corinna Cooke Buon Anno! Happy New Year! Usually at this time of year we start thinking of the months ahead, the places we'll go and start planning our trips. We're having a different start to 2021 but that doesn't mean we can't start dreaming and putting draft plans in place …
 
This commentary on the Feast of the Epiphany uncovers the meaning of the term epiphany and explains why the Magi -- Caspar, Balthasar, Melchior, the three kings of Orient riding camels and carrying gold, frankincense, and myrrh -- are found, complete with crowns and camels, in every nativity scene.
 
Do you find yourself questioning whether moving to Italy is a good idea? Do you worry about making a mistake, missing your family or whether it will live up to your expectations? Listen to today’s episode to hear one person’s story about hanging onto your dreams and pushing through the fear.על ידי Samantha Wilson
 
January 1 is a Holy Day of Obligation for Roman Catholics. Not because it is New Year's day, but because it is the octave (8th day) of Christmas. This feast of Mary, the Mother of God, brings home the reality of the incarnation. In Jesus, the Creator truly became man. And that man had, and still has, a mother. So affirmed the Ecumenical Council of …
 
New Year's Eve in Italy is uniquely celebrated. We discuss common (and not so common) NYE traditions, customs, and superstitions including the importance of wearing red underwear, how to banish bad luck, why eating the right foods can bring you prosperity and who to avoid January 1st! For more fun Italian traditions and customs signup for our free …
 
The Feast of the Holy Family is an essential part of the Christmas Season. It makes clear that the Incarnation means not just that the Divine Word assumed a human body, but entered into every aspect of human life, including family life sanctifying it all and making it a path to holiness.
 
In this episode of five in ten, Italian Property Lawyer Alessandro Clemente from the Clemente Law Firm in Milan, answer your questions about buying property in Italy. Five in Ten is a monthly mini-series where our experts answer five of your questions in ten minutes or less about all things Italy. Ask your questions at https://smartmoveitaly.com Co…
 
We all know the elements of the Christmas story: Caesar's census and Herod, shepherds and Magi, ox , swaddling clothes & manger, a stable and not room in the inn, Bethlehem and the Prince of Peace. But underneath each of these people, places, and things, there is deeper meaning that often goes unnoticed.…
 
We take a look at the 1325 battle of Zappolino between Modena and her Ghibelline allies and Bologna and her Guelph ones and how, after one of the largest and bloodiest battles of the Iyaian middle ages, the Modenese cam home with a bucket (and heaps of cash).על ידי A History of Italy
 
This episode will discuss the history, traditions and popular holiday figures that are unique to Italian Christmas festivities. We will discover the fascinating origins of La Befana, Babbo Natale and Santa Lucia. The astonishing ways of creating nativities known as presepi. And finally, we'll learn about some Italian Christmas specialties: panetton…
 
Christmas traditions in Italy are different than what many might think. In this episode we discuss midnight mass at the Vatican, the Italian Christmas witch, Christmas markets, bagpipers, and different customs between northern and southern Italia.Looking for a great Christmas gift for a loved one or yourself? Join us for one of our boutique fall 20…
 
This week, the history of the panettone, Italy's archetypal Christmas cake which has taken the world by storm. For my favourite homemade panettone recipe see https://www.christinascucina.com/perfect-italian-panettone-made-bread-machine-baked-oven/. If you liked this episode please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Support the show (http://www.patre…
 
Announcing the winners of our 50th podcast episode giveaway. Listen to hear if you won one of our fantastic prizes. We also have a gift for those who missed out. With thanks to our partners The Italian on Tour, La RosaWorks Sicily Tours and Travel, Gourmet Girls Sorrento, Giardino di Capri and Creative Edge Travel. ************ All listeners can ta…
 
Saint Joseph always appears in Manger scenes during Advent and Christmas time and even has a special Solemnity or Feast in his honor, St. Joseph's Day, March 19. But he is so often neglected that St. John Paul II decided to write a special teaching about his role as foster-father of Jesus. This essay makes a case that St. Joseph teaches us some cru…
 
This week we have a special treat. I have invited my friend, and 100% Florentine Elena Fulceri from Florence with Flair, to share some of the ways that Italians celebrate the holiday season, and what is happening in Florence this year. We also talk about traditions, festivities and of course….food! If you want to be transported to romantic Florence…
 
#052 Buon Natale, Merry Christmas and our top 5 episodes this year 2020 has definitely been a year to remember and in this episode we're focusing on the positives and revealing the top 5 episodes of Untold Italy. We've also got a few Christmas gifts in the form of lovely messages of hope from some of our guests on the show. Let's put 2020 behind us…
 
The biblical term "mystery" refers to a long thread running through history, hidden under ordinary faces and events. It comes to a climax in an Angel's annunciation to a Virgin that puts together many biblical concepts -king, messiah, emmanuel, son of God - for the fourth Sunday of Advent.
 
After a quick recap of what was going on around Italy in 1323, we get to the Aragonese invasion of Sardinia that put a definitive end to the presence of the Republic of Pisa on the island leaving the Judicate of Arborea as the last of the old four Judicates surrounded by the new “Kingdom of Sardinia”…
 
If you have ever thought ….I would love to move to Italy but I have no idea where to begin, how to do it, what it will cost or if it is even possible – don’t go anywhere because in this episode, I am going to share the 7 key decisions you need to make before moving to Italy and how they will help shape your plans and keep you on track. Ciao everyon…
 
#051 Christmas in Rome and Italy Christmas is going to be a little different in Rome and Italy this year but regardless, longstanding traditions continue. From giant Christmas trees, sparkling lights and sweet treats, Christmas in Rome is a magical time. We're joined by author and Rome resident Maria Pasquale who shares with us her favorite traditi…
 
John the Baptist is often thought of as a stern, grim figure. But as a matter of fact, he could be the patron saint of joy! Maybe that’s why is is the focal point of the gospel for Gaudete or Rejoice Sunday, the third (3rd) Sunday of Advent. Joy comes only through humility and repentance. On the third Sunday of Advent, the penitential purple of the…
 
It’s about time we stop ignoring poor old Genoa up in the top left-hand corner of the country and bring her up-to-date. We take a really quick race from the fall of the Western Roman Empire to Genoa in the 14th century: it’s battles against Saracens, Pisans and Venitians as it fights to assert itself as a powerful maritime republic.…
 
The Gospel of Luke presents Mary, mother of Jesus, as the model of faith, showing us what faith must include to be authentic and effective. And imitating Mary's virtue is key to an authentic Marian devotion and an adequate understanding of the deepest meaning of the Immaculate Conception -- that it's all about grace.…
 
#050 Josie's favorite experiences to have in Italy This being our 50th episode we are celebrating with a GIVEAWAY! As a big GRAZIE! and thank you to all our listeners who put us in the top 5% of podcasts worldwide we're running a competition with some fantastic prizes. Head over to untolditaly.com/giveaway for all the details. Seeing the sights of …
 
Advent’s theme can be summed up in the word’s of Isaiah 40: Prepare the way of the Lord! But what are the mountains that need to be leveled and the valleys that need to be filled in? Here’s a road map through the desert of Advent road construction to the joy of Christmas. Advent is a time of joyful anticipation. For someone even bigger than Santa C…
 
We go back to one of our favorite destinations: Venice, which we last left at the start of the 13th century to bring the maritime republic up to the 14th. We see some crazy laws as the republic move more and more to an oligarchy and has bit of trouble as the 14th starts up, especially with the pope. The sketches are also back in this episode.…
 
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