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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 interviews special guests and answers your questions to help you plan 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 ...
 
Whether you're a beginner or intermediate Italian student, planning a trip or just dreaming of Italy, stop wishing you could speak Italian... And dive right into La Bella Lingua! Our unique story-based podcast takes you beyond the basics and into a deeper understanding of the culture, expressions, grammar and vocabulary of Italy. In Season 1, each episode features a dialogue between American tourists and local Italians they meet in Rome, and then a lively roundtable with hosts Erin and Elisa ...
 
Everyone wants to live la dolce vita right? But what is the reality of life in Italy? Join us two British 30 something's documenting and discussing the trials, tribulations and triumphs of living in Italy, attempting to maintain our mental and physical health, exploring the mountains around us, and delving into what makes female friendships so valuable. When it comes to our podcast, no topic is off limits, there is nothing we love more than putting the world to rights (or at least trying to) ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Finally a podcast in Italian, designed for learners of Italian... 100% in 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 ...
 
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 ...
 
BIENVENUTTI! CIAO! ITALY DOME CAST, El Podcast para quienes nos gusta y apasiona lo relacionado a Italia. Soy Arturo y juntos exploraremos ITALIA, su influencia y la presencia que tiene y que sin duda trasciende fronteras no solo en México, sino a nivel Internacional. El estilo de vida entorno a este bello país. Sus espacios turísticos y oferta hotelera, su cultura, las ciudades y regiones, y lo vibrante que caracteriza a "IL Bel Paese".
 
If you dream of Italy, host Kathy McCabe and her fascinating guests are here to make your Italian travel dreams come true whether you're seeking life transformation life with a move to Italy or simply want to make your Italian vacation as authentic as possible. McCabe is the host of the PBS TV travel series Dream of Italy and founded the award-winning travel publication Dream of Italy in 2002. Our episodes - mostly recorded on the road in Italy - cover everything from picking the best cookin ...
 
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 ...
 
Letters to Italy by Sara Marinelli 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 the ...
 
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 the last episode of Season 1, Julie and Dani leave Rome on a train bound for new adventures in Orvieto. Small talk – and a little argument – with fellow passengers adds more local Italian flair to their Italian journey. In our roundtable, Elisa shares a pair of idioms, including the Italian equivalent of Julie’s favorite – “When in Rome…” – and …
 
If you're looking for a spectacular and still undiscovered region in Italy to explore look no further than Basilicata. On author Karen Haid's website it says this about Basilicata: "Journey to the small, rocky region in the heart of the Italian south, to a land [with] world-class wine... edible hyacinth bulbs, [where] zip-lines parallel old mule tr…
 
After the healing of the western schism in 1417, new pope Martin V must get his papal state sunder control which means dealing with a whole load of issue such as brigands, mercenary captains, pushy neighbours, unruly lords and a lack of cash. We then see how his successor, Eugene IV managed to muck everything up before managing to sort tit all out …
 
"We often need to be alone to reconnect to life and to ourselves, which then allows us to connect more meaningfully to others" - Sarah Wilson, This One Wild and Precious Life Welcome to Episode 57: Solo travel is make or break in my opinion and not for the faint of heart. However, traveling alone can be a lot of fun too. I love sharing the journey …
 
Podcast discussing the beauty of Mount Tabor and the glory and meaning of the Transfiguration, a pivotal event in the life of Jesus that Catholics celebrate every August 6. 14 minute interview of Dr. Italy by Sonrise Morning Show radio host Anna Mitchell. The Transfiguration was indeed a pivotal event in the life of Jesus and his three closest disc…
 
Puglia in the south of Italy is becoming well known for its beaches, delicious food and interesting architecture. But what do we know about its ancient and fascinating past? Hear local guide Paulo Maragliulo share the stories and history of the pilgrim routes travelers followed that pass through Puglia on the way to Jerusalem. You'll be amazed at t…
 
WE ARE BACK!! This is an episode we have wanted to do for a while SO.... What do you think of when you hear the word Expat? Does it make you want to roll your eyes, or fill you with thoughts of the Costa del Sol??? We are here to tell you that the reality, at least for us, is a lot less glamorous than you may think and involves a lot more than work…
 
After the death of Alphonse the Magnanimous, his son, Ferdinad, has quite a time managing to hold on to the kingdom of Naples what with revolting Barons, meddling popes and even an Ottoman invasion! Will the poor man ever get any peace and quiet?על ידי Mike Corradi
 
After visiting the Colosseum, Julie and Dani go shopping at an outdoor market in Rome, then shop for shoes at a boutique. They also have a bit of fun chatting with “ragazzi” dressed as gladiators. In our roundtable, Elisa shares an idiom that tries to explain how your mustache can make you feel superior. In our premium version, we also learn all ab…
 
Here are your top must-know tips on ordering coffee in Italy! Two Italian coffee aficionados tell you exactly what you need to know about Italian coffee culture, how to order coffee in Italy, what you should order, and Italian coffee order dos and don’ts....there’s really just one but it’s a biggie for Italians!…
 
Europe is renowned for palaces and castles but perhaps we don't immediately think we'll find them in Italy. That's because they're hiding in plain sight near the royal city of Turin in the northern region of Piedmont. Here they wrote the book on building stunning royal abodes complete with chandeliers, sweeping staircases and opulent furnishings. N…
 
“It’s not just the great works of mankind that make a culture. It is the daily things, like what people eat and how they serve it” - Laurie Colwin, Home Cooking Welcome…… There is something about food that weaves its way in and out of life, that we cannot deny. When I wrote this some time back I was in the middle of the day to day yet, musing over …
 
The story of the visit of Jesus to the home of Martha and Mary in Bethany raises questions about hospitality, service, prayer, action and contemplation. First of all, does Jesus love some people, like Mary, Mary, and Lazarus, more than others? If so, how is this fair? Secondly, why would Jesus apparently praise Mary sitting on her behind while Mart…
 
Julie and Dani go to a pharmacy and learn about all natural Italian cosmetics to help soothe skin, repel mosquitos and much more. Later on, Elisa teaches us everything we need to know about disgusting things… namely, the word for “disgusting” in Italian: “schifo”! As usual, the free version of this episode only scratches the surface! To get the mos…
 
On July 26, the Latin rite of the Catholic Church honors the Grandparents of Jesus, parents of the Virgin Mary, Saints Joachim and Anne. Matt Swaim asks Dr. Italy (Marcellino D'Ambrosio) just how we know about them, given that their names are not mentioned in the New Testament. After discussing the second century document, the Protoevangelium of St…
 
Stuff you probably DON'T know about Rome! Elyssa Bernard from Romewise and I have lived in Rome for decades and know the Eternal City inside and out. Here are 14 Hidden Gems in Rome that are off the beaten path for most visitors to Rome. Have a listen and read this post to get all the details about these 14 Hidden Gems in Rome! These are all hidden…
 
Liguria is a mountainous region that also has a natural border on the Ligurian Sea. Most people know the region for its picturesque Cinque Terre towns but the unique topography is also responsible for some of the most interesting and delicious produce and wine in Italy. Our guest Enrica Manzoni has a passion for the wonderful produce of the region.…
 
In this 14 minute podcast, Dr. Italy discusses with Anna Mitchell the various misconceptions people have about Mary Magdalene, and corrects them based on the gospels. He also looks at her in the wider context of Jesus’ remarkable ministry to women, and especially the women disciples who Luke and John most especially brings to our attention…
 
The Do’s and Don’t’s of eating in Italy! In this very special episode of Postcards from Italy, Julie and Dani enjoy a lively dinner discussion with their new friends that includes a hilarious idiom about why old chickens are preferable to young chicks and a strong warning about drinking cappuccini after breakfast. But things really heat up in our r…
 
On the 30th anniversary of his death, we look at the life and struggle of anti-mafia investigative magistrate Paolo Borsellino up to his tragic killing and how he crossed path with a brave young girl of only 17, willing to give up the life she had known in search of justice, Rita Atria.על ידי Mike Corradi
 
Rome’s Jewish Ghetto is an often overlooked treasure of Rome. This neighborhood is rich in archaeological and cultural heritage, delicious traditional Roman cuisine and religious history that dates back many centuries. Rome’s Jewish community is probably the oldest in the world outside of the Middle East, dating back to around 161 BC. No one knows …
 
In the Northwestern part of what is now the state of Israel is a long ridge known as Mount Carmel. This twenty four mile ridge separates the interior of the Holy Land from the Mediterranean sea. A magnificent view of the Mediterranean is afforded by several places along the top of the ridge, especially from the northwestern tip or head of the ridge…
 
Venice is one of the world's most unique and beautiful cities and it has a thousand secrets to share. Exploring its small laneways, canals and campi is one of life's true pleasures. It's here you'll uncover its secrets and mysteries. If you have only one chance to visit Venice, make it count . Our guest Corinna Cooke, author of Glam Italia!: 1000 F…
 
Cuciniamo! Let’s cook! Julie and Dani join a cooking class in Rome and prepare classic Roman recipes that illustrate the Italian expression “avere l’acquolina in bocca,” to have water in one’s mouth. In our roundtable, Elisa gives us a long list of Italian verbs to use in the kitchen. We also learn that drinking like a sponge is not considered a po…
 
We go back a little to see how Alphonse V of Aragon actually got onto the throne of Naples and what he had to put up with once he got there dealing with Milan, Venice, Genoa and Florence, before a rather unprecedented alliance in 1454 under the "Italic League"על ידי Mike Corradi
 
Although Italy is a bit late to the rosé wine party it's producing some spectacular rosé wines that you have to try! First of all a good rosé wine is just plain delicious! The younger generation of sophisticated wine drinkers understand this and rosé wine is what they're buying and drinking. France has been producing lovely rosés for awhile, partic…
 
In this 14 minute podcast recorded on the occasion of the Feast of St. Benedict on July 11, host Sonrise Morning show host Anna Mitchell interviews Dr. Italy about the significance that Benedict and the Benedictine way of life holds for Christians today.
 
Italian coffee is one of life's great pleasures. In this "best of" episode we learn why it's more than a beverage and truly part of Italian culture. Dü Coffee founder Michael Horne shares his tips on how to enjoy coffee in Italy and at home in one of our most popular episodes Read the full episode show notes, including must pack items we mentioned …
 
Are you wondering what you should read this summer? If you love Italy I've got you covered with this great selection of books! Brand new author C. d'Angelo and I talked about her two books: The Difference released in 2021, and The Visitor a brand new June 2022 release. We also talked about our top choice best summer reads with an Italian flair. Hav…
 
Julie and Dani shop for recipe ingredients with a local chef in Campo de’Fiori, where they learn that you must never touch another man’s fruit and that good wine makes good blood. Later, Elisa tells us about the more sinister history of the famous Roman food market piazza Campo de’Fiori, and we learn a fun (and often-used) way to contract the phras…
 
You wish to travel to Italy? How do you go about it? Where do you start? Well it is easy – all you have to do is have a consultation with Passion for Italy Travel as we specialise in Italy only. An email to Contact Us is all it takes. Our travel agent consultants live in Italy and know the country intimately. We also speak Italian and as Italy is a…
 
This week we're heading to Italy's deep south and visiting Calabria on the toe of the boot. A region best known for its stunning beaches, you'll find so much to fall in love with if you plan to spend some time there as part of your Italy itinerary. Our guest today is Karen Haid, the foremost English speaking expert on Calabria. Karen spent years li…
 
“Recipes are like stories. Once told then re-told, they become familiar and part of our families heritage. Families would share food and recipes with one another and through this organic process a cuisine was born. Spread a little wider, and this tale becomes regional. There is handmade pasta created without eggs, sources that are meat free and cel…
 
Peter and Paul died in the persecution of the emperor Nero. Peter was crucified and buried on Vatican hill – the present St. Peter’s basilica was erected over his tomb. Paul was beheaded and buried outside the walls of the city. The basilica of St. Paul’s outside the walls covers Paul’s tomb. The tombs of these two apostles in Rome made Rome the pr…
 
Whether you are a seasoned hiker like ourselves, just starting out or it's on your to do list, then this episode will be right up your street! We also understand that not everyone is into hiking but we still feel you will enjoy and have a goof laugh at our stories either way. This week we are discussing the many excuses made by us "Blondes" and mos…
 
Julie and Dani eat dinner in a charming restaurant across the Tiber River in Trastevere, where they use a few colorful Italian idioms and are first “hungry as a wolf” and then “full as an egg.” Dani learns about some more (weird) food rules in Italy! In the roundtable, Elisa and Erin savor three classic Roman recipes and Elisa takes us step-by-step…
 
In this episode, Nathan shares a story from his first choir concert at a 15th-century Venetian estate, it's moving week, some incredible surrounding sounds from a local parade, and a farewell for the summer! Enjoy! 🍊 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/immovingtoitaly/message
 
The Joy of Gianduia Chocolate from Torino was born from necessity centuries ago: a brilliant creation, with a luscious texture and flavor profile of a hazelnut and chocolate combination. It was an instant success! The new chocolate creation was first marketed during Carnival so chocolatiers decided to name it gianduia after Turin's archetypal Carni…
 
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