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Untold Italy is a travel podcast full of practical tips and advice to help you plan your trip to Italy. Travel expert Katy Clarke answers 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 experiences you’ve be ...
 
Finally a podcast in Italian, designed for learners of Italian... 100% is slower 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. For each episode you can download the free accompanying PDF, with the ...
 
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。
 
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.
 
Letters to Italy is an eighth-part series about the impact of Covid-19 on Italian immigrants in the Bay Area. How did Italian expats feel when they received news of their country being the epicenter of the pandemic in the Western world, and how did it affect their distant relationship to home? At the intersection of personal memoir and documentary, each episode features conversations with an Italian expat to hear how the pandemic reshaped their life in the U.S., and how they tried to remain ...
 
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.
 
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. For each episode you can download the free accompanying PDF, with the full accurate Italian transcript of the show, along with a series of Listening and Compreh ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Do you want to know the stories behind your favourite Italian dishes? With this podcast you can! Join Anglo-Italian food writer Luca Marchiori as he shares a weekly slice of his lifelong love and enthusiasm for the cooking of his native country. In each episode he explores the history of a different Italian food from its origins to the present day. And you’ll discover plenty of fun facts and fascinating figures along the way.
 
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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In this episode, Nathan visits the extraordinary neighboring country of Croatia! Specifically the city of Rovinj! Follow Nathan through lively markets, artisan shops, fabulous restaurants, and the rocky limestone coastline as he shares his very first visit to this magical country on the other side of the Adriatic! Enjoy! 🍊 --- Send in a voice messa…
 
I guess we can't get enough of islands! This time it's the island of Procida, just off the coast of Naples. Tucked between the more famous islands of Capri and Ischia, Procida quietly offers small fishing villages, stunning beaches and amazing seafood. Procida also plays a starring role in Elsa Morante's novel, Arturo's Island, and is set to hit th…
 
One of our favorite things about visiting Italy is hearing Italian, arguably the world's most beautiful language, all around you. And while English is widely spoken in the major tourist areas, your trip becomes so much more special if you can speak at least a few words of Italian and interact in a more meaningful way with the locals. If you're curi…
 
We see the rather naughty and turbulent reign of Joanna II of Naples. Did she really deserve the nickname “the insatiable” or even “the mad”? Or was it just bad press? After that we finally see the church get their act together and heal the Wester schism.על ידי A History of Italy
 
Today's podcast guest is the king of sourdough Dan Lepard. Dan started his adult life treading the boards, then moved into fashion photography. He then shifted careers to work as a pastry chef for people like Alastair Little, Sami Tamimi, Yotam Ottolenghi, Fergus Henderson, John Torode, Jeremy Lee and Giorgio Locatelli. Today, he's famous for being…
 
"When a painter is obsessed by a view or an idea, no wind, no elements can stop him" - Gustave de Stael Welcome to Episode #33 This little foray into the south of France was a delight to write up once the writing process began. I couldn’t hold back but take a deep dive into the French Riveria and its artistic legacy which indeed is quite vast. When…
 
We so often condemn the Pharisees that we totally miss a sneaky way that we are often like them. The hard saying of Jesus "if you hand causes you to sin, cut it off" is a kind of shock therapy to wake us up to the way we are hard on other's faults yet quite soft on our own. It's time to take aggressive action against evil and say "no thanks" to the…
 
In this episode, Nathan shares the experiences of meeting with an architect for the "Pink House" as well as the Prosecco grape harvest and a beautiful property walk-through that was not all it was cracked up to be! Enjoy! 🍊 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/immovingtoitaly/message
 
#090 Everything you ever wanted to know about limoncello! If you've ever been to the Amalfi Coast, or most parts of Italy, you're often offered a glass of limoncello after your meal. This delicious, lemon flavored liqueur is one of the tastes that can transport us back to Italy in just one sip. It's like a sweet explosion of lemon in your mouth and…
 
September 11 is the anniversary of one of most brutal acts of terrorism of all time. Three days later, on September 14, the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches celebrate the Feast of the Exaltation, and triumph of the cross of Jesus Christ. This reflection brings out the link between 9/11 and the victory of the cross and helps us understand why …
 
Many contemporary bishops have been criticized for taking half-measures instead of speaking and acting boldly and decisively. The same could never be said of the ancient bishop who was a Father of the Church, St. John Chrysostom. His preaching was so eloquent and powerful that he acquired the nickname of "Chrysostom" or "golden-tongue." Gold as it …
 
September 11 is the anniversary of one of most brutal acts of terrorism of all time. Three days later, on September 14, the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches celebrate the Feast of the Exaltation and triumph of the cross of Jesus Christ. This podcast brings out the link between 9/11 and the victory of the cross and helps us understand why the …
 
#089 How to experience harvest in Tuscany Harvest in Tuscany is a very special time to visit the region. As summer draws to a close, and the fall months roll on, the crops that are so important to Tuscan cuisine are ready to harvest. Olives for oil and grapes for wine, truffles, porcini mushrooms and more are in focus and the the landscape changes …
 
This week we're hoping to become a real boy! That's right, it's The Adventure of Pinocchio. The fourth most translated book in the world, it's a work for children and adults the world over. Anne and Jim go back to Tuscany with this episode, the birth place of Pinocchio's author Carlo Collodi.על ידי Anne Schuchman and James Berrettini
 
In this episode, Nathan shares what it was like to travel back to California and how he feels coming back to his new "Home"! There are travel stories, seed stories, fire stories, and much more in this episode! Enjoy!🍊 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/immovingtoitaly/message
 
Welcome to the next episode of Our Lives In Italy podcast where we talk to famous people who also love Italy as much as us. Today’s guest is Gino De Blasio, proud Neapolitan, food expert and Italian through and through. So sit back and relax while we talk about childhood memories, the love of food and all things Italian.…
 
For centuries, travelers have dreamed of taking a Grand Tour of Italy. A rite of passage for many, exploring Italy's iconic cities has been celebrated by writers and poets and bundled up into packages by tour companies. There are many ways to undertake a Grand Tour of your own but in this episode we explore one you may not have thought of. Our gues…
 
In this first of two parts of “The Italian Citizenship” podcast on important milestones we look at some important dates for Italian citizenship during the kingdom of Italy: 1861, 1912, 1922 and give some background to what was going on in those periods. In the next episode we will be looking at the period of the Republic starting from 1946. Take a …
 
"Ephphatha!" The miracles of Jesus, particularly the story of Jesus' healing of the deaf - mute in the Gospel of Mark, raise a big questions -- did Jesus Christ truly work miracles and if so, was his motivation compassion or glory? For the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Cycle B.
 
In this short episode, Nathan shares what he's has been learning and researching on the topic of "Prima Casa" or "First & Primary Home" in Italy! Is this a tax break or a tax trap? Listen to find out! Enjoy!🍊 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/immovingtoitaly/message
 
When you think of Venice, the image of a lone oarsman guiding their sleek black boat springs to mind. The gondola is an iconic symbol of the city thanks to its beauty, mystery and history as an important method of transportation in the city. And riding a gondola is something you must experience when you visit Venice. Learn all about the history and…
 
In this episode Nathan shares some very personal stories which he has never shared before. (*Warning these stories are a bit graphic*) These stories are part of how Nathan was "released" from his old life and able to start a brand new life in Italy! Enjoy!🍊 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/immovingtoitaly/message…
 
The subject matter of the work depicts the angel Gabriel announcing to Mary that she would conceive miraculously and give birth to a son to be named Jesus and called “the Son of God”, whose reign would never end.על ידי ItalyGuides.it - ComPart Multimedia
 
You say, "Sardinia," but I say, "Sardegna" . . . Today, we read Grazia Deledda's Il Paese del Vento (Land of the Wind). Sadly, we haven't located an English translation, but Anne is working on that now! We also eye the island of Sardinia covetously and ask, "When can we get there?"על ידי Anne Schuchman and James Berrettini
 
Christians are called to be not just believers, but intentional disciples who make a conscious decision to follow Jesus and him alone. But discipleship can't be a one-time decision. As in a marriage, the commitment must be renewed daily. For the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time, cycle B.
 
Welcome to the next episode of Our Lives In Italy podcast where we talk to famous people who also love Italy as much as us. Today’s guest is Miranda Gore Browne, finalist in the first series of the Great British Bake Off. Since the Bake Off Miranda has been busy creating her own website and cooking school and has worked with Kenwood, Aga and the Fa…
 
An Italian summer vacation is something to be treasured. At this time of year, the sun is bright and the beaches full. Italians love summer and head to their lakes, countryside, mountains and shores and celebrate all that is great about bright sunny days. You'll find festivals, feasting and concerts, long sunset dinners in vineyards and of course p…
 
As Nathan prepares to attempt another COVID period travel experience back to the USA, he shares about property hunting, losing electrical power at home, Instagram glitches, ripe figs, "Favorite Italian Things", and plenty more! Enjoy! 🍊 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/immovingtoitaly/message…
 
Cari Ascoltatori! We’re taking a week of for a much needed vacation; we’ll be back with a story from the Bel Paese next week. Thank all of you for listening, and for sharing ideas for upcoming shows! Here’s how to reach us: Email: mail@literaryitaly.com Facebook: LiteraryItaly Twitter: @LiteraryItaly, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/literaryit…
 
“You may have the universe if I may have Italy” Giuseppe Verdi, Composer Welcome to Episode 32: We are not the first and we will not be the last. The magnetic forces of Italy are powerful luring us from the comfort of our own homes and countries to dream, to ponder, to move, to see, to experience a culture that shows us a beautiful way to live. It …
 
The Assumption of the Virgin Mary (called the Dormition in the Christian East) has been celebrated as a solemn feast on August 15 since ancient times. What is the meaning and basis of the dogma and the Solemnity? I once asked a college theology class if anyone could explain the doctrine of the Assumption of Mary. A student replied, “yeah, that’s th…
 
In this podcast, other aspects of Kolbe’s life are also discussed which are little known. Kolbe founded a new monastery near Warsaw that grew into a veritable city, with over 1,000 Franciscan Friars living a live of prayer and apostolic activity. This monastery was so large that, in the early days of World War II, before it was shut down by the Naz…
 
One of the joys of visiting northern Italy is exploring the mountain region known as the Dolomites on foot. Even if you're more of an ambler and walker (ie not an expert hiker) there are plenty of trails that will take you deep into this beautiful wilderness so you can admire the mountain ranges up close and breathe in the fresh alpine air. Join us…
 
But St. Claire deserves more than a footnote appearing in a life of another saint. Unlike Francis, she was a noblewoman, being groomed to marry a wealthy knight or even duke, but she forsook a life of privilege to live in the same abject poverty as St. Francis and his earliest disciples, founding a woman’s branch of the Franciscan Order. Despite he…
 
In this episode, Nathan discusses the end of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and shares the final scores for Italy who finished in the TOP 10! Also discussed in this episode, the new "Green Pass" that is now required for all tourists and everyday life in Italy. Enjoy!🍊 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/immovingtoitaly/message…
 
Since the days of Judas, there have always been bad apples among the clergy. In the days of St. Francis and Clare, clerical corruption was particularly bad since being a bishop or Cardinal meant ownership of lands and considerable streams of income, not to mention the prestige of belonging to the nobility. Some bishops were obviously in the ministr…
 
With a song in our hearts, the wind sweeping through the window, and our hands and faces inexplicably painted blue, this week Anne and Jim swing along with Domenico Modugno's international hit record, "Nel blu dipinto di blu" (also known as "Volare!"). Often covered (see this Spotify playlist or this Apple Music playlist), it was winner of the inau…
 
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