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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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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!
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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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#067 Amalfi Coast - where to and what to see Beyond Italy's iconic cities, there's one place that I know you dream of. Spending some time on the incomparable Amalfi Coast is high on the Italy wish list for many, thanks to its dramatic landscapes, sun drenched shores and crystal blue seas. But, will your experience match your dreams? In this episode…
 
Just a quick update to apologise for the delay in getting the episode out this week, hopefully next week we should be back on track. However I may need in this period to switch to a two episode a month schedule due to a busy work and house period. I would like to take the opportunity to remind you to get your ticket for the intelligent speech confe…
 
The Italian approach to wellness and beauty is rooted in traditions and generational knowledge. Craftmanship and a commitment to quality. The post The Italian Approach to Wellness and Beauty with Amy Parsons – FCI 044 appeared first on Rick's Rome.על ידי Rick Zullo: American Expat in Rome
 
The Creed proclaims "He descended into Hell." This homily for Holy Saturday from the 4th Century treats of the "harrowing of hell" and the rescue of Adam and Eve. This was a popular theme in early and medieval Christian poetry, liturgy and song. Note the parallels between Adam and Eve's sin, which lost paradise for us, and the passion of Christ, wh…
 
#066 Trip report: Valerie's solo adventures based in Milan Originally planned as a trip with her friend, Valerie found herself flying to Milan on her first solo adventure abroad. There she fell in love with Italy, learnt a few things about planning a trip there and also about herself. In this episode you'll discover the sights that charmed her the …
 
In this podcast from the Sonrise Morning Show, host Anna Mitchell begins by observing that virtually half the Gospel of Luke is taken up by Jesus and disciples journey from Galilee to Jerusalem. Holy Land Pilgrimage host and theologian Marcellino D'Ambrosio (Dr. Italy) describes what this journey would have been like for the Lord and his followers …
 
We follow Queen Joanna of Naples as she goes through three more husbands, ever searching for the right one, but getting ambitious power grabbing insensitive men or total nut jobs until she finally settles on the one who will see her to her end. Meanwhile she will guide the kingdom of Naples through the Sicilian question, rebellions, the plague, war…
 
Passion Sunday -- The Sunday before Easter, Palm Sunday, is observed by virtually all Christians. But for the Roman Catholic Church it is also Passion Sunday during which all stand for readings and meditations from the passion account. The feast has a bittersweet taste. Though it celebrates the King's triumphal entry into Jerusalem amidst hosannas,…
 
#065 Umbrian towns and Villages. The hill towns with cobblestone streets and pots of flowers come alive in our trip to Umbria. Our guest, author Michelle Damiani, paints a picture of these charming villages that retain their unique culture and traditions despite the modern pace around them. From floral festivals to ancient civilizations, this relat…
 
Palm Sunday in most Christian Churches involves the distribution of palms and a commemoration of Jesus's triumphal entry into Jerusalem amidst shouts of Hosanna. But what is the meaning of his decision to ride into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey? And what does this have to do with the COVID-19 crisis facing the world at this moment? It teaches u…
 
We went ahead and our narrative quite a bit to have a chat with Mark Vinet of the “History of North America” podcast about the Explorer Christopher Columbus and his relationship and history with his native city of Genoa. We talked about the location, foundation, history and geography of the city and the traces that we can find of the Explorer to th…
 
#064 South Tyrol and the Dolomites Let's go to South Tyrol and the Dolomites where Italy meets Austria and mountains plunge into shimmering lakes. Italy's northern most region is where you'll find ski lodges and hiking trails and fascinating culture that takes influence from both its Italian and Germanic past. Join us as we chat with South Tyrol sp…
 
As we approach Easter, the Church switches our focus from our Lenten sacrifices to a much more important sacrifice. It was motivated by a love stronger than death, a choice for fruitfulness over comfort and safety. Unless a grain of wheat fall to the ground and die, it remains just a grain of wheat. For the 5th Sunday of Lent, B.…
 
#063 Abruzzo - hidden central region spanning mountains and coastline Abruzzo is one of the lesser known regions of Italy even though thousands of its citizens migrated around the world in the last century. This up and coming region is blossoming thanks to better transport links and technology that connect its people to Rome. But Abruzzo retains it…
 
This week we are on fire, a lot has happened in our neck of the woods since the last podcast! From vongole shenanigans with Gaggi & Rossana, road work update, a "new look" for our old grocery store, a trip to the Farmer's Union, new tools for the garden, and answering questions about salt & yeast! Thanks for listening…
 
If you are considering getting a mortgage in Italy to buy your dream home, you won't want to miss this special episode of 5 in 10. We speak with Armando Bechi, who is a mortgage broker in Italy that specializes in foreign mortgages. He is a wealth of knowledge but we have him for five questions in ten minutes or less. Todays questions are: 1: From …
 
We had a great chat with Jennifer Anton, author of the novel “Under the Light of the Italian Moon”. Here is what the book is about: A promise keeps them apart until WW2 threatens to destroy their love forever. Fonzaso Italy, between two wars. Nina Argenta doesn’t want the traditional life of a rural Italian woman. The daughter of a strong-willed mi…
 
Fascism and Feminism in Italy may not strike you as related ideas. Indeed, they are often more opposed than aligned. However, like much of Italy’s history, it’s more complicated than initially meets the eye. The topics of this post could not be timelier. March is Women's History Month, and March 8th, specifically, is International Women’s Day. […] …
 
The Intelligent Speech Conference is back! Little old me will be speaking alongside such podcasting greats as David Crowther, Benjamin Jacobs, Liz Covart, Steve Guerra, Bry and Fry of Pontifacts, Marco Capelli and many more! head over to: https://www.intelligentspeechconference.com/product/intelligent-speech-spring-2021/ to get your early bird tick…
 
In this episode, Valerie shares her funny and inspiring story about finding true love in Italy. After a chance business meeting, Val's life would change forever. Her story reminds us of the importance of following your heart. We hope this episode will inspire you to "buy the ticket". Stop dreaming about Italy and start planning your next trip with …
 
#062 Unique artisan made souvenirs and gifts from the heart of Tuscany As you stroll the cobbled streets of Tuscany's hilltop towns, chances are you'll pop inside a shop or two, intrigued by the beautiful wares on display. Home to talented artisans that continue centuries' old traditions, Tuscany is the place to buy gifts and souvenirs that will be…
 
Religion is not supposed to be the opposite of spirituality. But sometimes religion becomes a cold routine, even a business. The Lord's cleansing of the Temple spells the end of business as usual. Our religion must be a matter of living faith, zeal and fidelity to the Ten Commandments.
 
We follow the rise to the throne of Joanna of Naples, from her marriage at a young age to Andrew. son of the Angevine king of Hungary to her coronation as a teenager after the death of her grandfather Robert of Naples. We will see how her joyful, lively character clashed with that of her husband as complications rose in the kingdom around them, rea…
 
After the snow the air has changed and it feels like Spring! We are busy soaking up the sun while working outside with the usual late winter cleanup of brush and tree trimming. Local gossip: the road meeting happened, we'll see if any action is taken. We answer a few of your questions until Jason is annoyed. And I read another chapter of the untitl…
 
#061 New Discoveries in Ancient Pompeii Pompeii is one of the world's most fascinating archaeological sites but what many people don't know is that new discoveries are made every year that give us clues into what life was like back in 79AD when Mount Vesuvius exploded. The devastating impact of the volcano was felt for miles beyond the current site…
 
On the Second Sunday of Lent, the church places together the story of Abraham and Isaac on Mt. Moriah with the story of Jesus and three disciples on the Mount of Transfiguration. Together, these stories teach us the meaning of Lenten sacrifice.
 
#060 Garfagnana - hidden Tuscan hills near Lucca Explore Tuscany beyond Florence and surrounds and you'll discover areas rich with local culture and cuisine and interesting landscapes. Today we're headed to the Garfagnana hills that are rugged and covered in chestnut trees in contrast to the vine covered regions of Chianti and Val D'Orcia. The Garf…
 
This week our 5 in 10 is with Avv. Arturo Grasso an Italian lawyer specializing in Wills and Estate law based in Rome. We ask Arturo your top questons about Wills, Inheritance and Taxes in Italy. Visit us at www.smartmoveitaly.com or contact Avv. Grasso @ www.mylawyerinitaly.comעל ידי Samantha Wilson
 
After seeing the rise of Nicola di Rienzo Gabrini to become ruler of Rome in the name of the pope, we see how power goes to his head, turning him into a despot who would found a new Roman Empire. He is driven out of the city, but is then sent back 5 years later to attempt to save the city again, this time with rather dire consequences for him.…
 
We begin the forty days of Lent with the memory of a previous 40 days when sin was cleansed from the face of the earth. This occurred through a flood which spared only 8 people - Noah & his companions on the ark. This gives us a hint about the meaning & purpose of Lent and its mysterious link to baptism. For the first Sunday of Lent, cycle B.…
 
The Cinque Terre, located in the northwest corner of Italy, is candy for the eyes. These five colorful and historic coastal villages are postcard-perfect - each town offering a unique experience. Learn the four most common ways to visit the towns (hiking, train, boat, or car) and what you can expect at each village. Rio Maggiore, Manarola, Cornigli…
 
Lent is supposed to be a season of a successful journey through the desert of penance to a new land and a new, deeper, intimacy with God. But often, we find ourselves going back to the same old Lenten pathways of past years and end up getting nowhere. My aim here is to put into your hands some fresh Lenten ideas to help you approach the season in a…
 
#059 Romantic Amalfi Coast weddings Valentine's Day is just around the corner so we're heading to the Amalfi Coast where hundreds of couples celebrate starting the journey of a lifetime together with family and friends every year. With some of the world's most stunning scenery, amazing food and jaw dropping venues, the Amalfi Coast may just be the …
 
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