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CULTUREVERSE is an immersive audio drama that celebrates our collective cultural past. It is a place where myths and legends come alive in the modern world. In each episode, an ordinary kid encounters an extraordinary creature, myth, or folk character from their culture, embarking on an exciting journey of self-discovery. Cultureverse isn’t just an audio adventure, it’s a show that celebrates who we are, and where we come from.
 
The daughter of immigrants tells the story of her family, those alive, those long gone, and those still dreaming. Hosted by a narrator known only as Mija ("my daughter" in Spanish), each episode tells the story of how members of her family experience immigration. If you've just stumbled upon our show, start with episode 1: Mija and work your way up. Listeners can tune into Mija in English, French, Spanish, Mandarin and Arabic versions. Mija Podcast is produced by Studio Ochenta, a multilingu ...
 
Hosted by Kiona from How Not to Travel Like a Basic Bitch, the How Not To Travel podcast sheds a new light on travel. Instead of talking about instagram-friendly hotels and the latest trendy destinations, Kiona goes where few other travellers and podcasters dare to go. She asks real questions about travel like: Is it possible to travel 100% sustainably? Who get’s to be called a local? Are some countries really safer than others? And more. Because travel is about seeing the world differently, ...
 
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In this episode of our cultural adventure series, Isa meets a mysterious little round creature in this homage to the Mexican folk character: the Cholito de la Suerte. This story is based on el Cholito de la Suerte, a folk creature from Hidalgo, Mexico. According to popular culture, this creature appears only to girls and if he is found, you should …
 
Hi, Mija fans! Thank you all for your support of Mija's journey from Colombia, to China, and now to Egypt!Dropping back in the feed here to share news about another Studio Ochenta production: CultureverseCultureverse is an immersive audio drama that celebrates our collective cultural past. It is a place where myths and legends come alive in the mod…
 
From Studio Ochenta and TRAX: Cultureverse is an immersive audio drama that celebrates our collective cultural past. It is a place where myths and legends come alive in the modern world, hosted by Kelly Marie Tran and Yara Shahidi. Airing weekly on TRAX beginning June 17th, 2021, wherever you get your podcasts. So subscribe now and follow us on IG …
 
Mona is Binty’s mother. In this episode, Binty tells us how Mona’s dream job transformed her family’s lives forever. CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi. Creative Director and Executive Producer, Lory Martínez. Senior Fiction Producer Maru Lombardo. Assistant producer: Zeina Abouelmakar…
 
Abdou is Binty’s father. In this episode, Binty tells the story of how his love for his family and fascination with music followed him from Egypt to England.CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi. Creative Director and Executive Producer, Lory Martínez. Senior Fiction Producer Maru Lombard…
 
Gidda Dawlat is Binty’s grandmother. In this episode, Binty tells the story of how she survived the hasad!CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi. Creative Director and Executive Producer, Lory Martínez. Senior Fiction Producer Maru Lombardo. Assistant producer: Zeina Abouelmakarem. Associa…
 
Marzouk is Binty’s grandfather. In this episode Binty tells the story of the family patriarch, and how his his passion for Egyptian history and storytelling kept their culture alive no matter where they went.CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi. Creative Director and Exec Producer, Lory …
 
What a trip we’ve taken this season! We’ve been to China, Provence, Bordeaux, South Africa, Tasmania… of course it only makes sense that we finish up in Paris. For the final episode of this season of Wine School Dropout we speak with friend and studio mate Sutanya Dacres of the Dinner for One podcast. Now, Sutanya isn’t a wine professional or in th…
 
Some of us think of one thing we want to do or what we’re good at, select a place and then go do that thing. Well, you all know my story and how that didn’t work quite the same for me and not quite the same for today’s guest Zhuoxu. Born in China, but wanting to learn wine at a top institution, he went to California to work a harvest and gain some …
 
Introducing Mija Podcast Season 3. At the end of Season 1, we decided that there wasn't just one version of Mija in the world. Here's a first look at our latest series, which will follow the story of one Egyptian immigrant family's journey from Alexandria, Egypt to London and beyond. Launching April 14, 2021, in English, Spanish and Arabic versions…
 
Tuanni Price of South African wine tourism company, Zuri Wine Tasting tells us how she adapted to lockdown restrictions to keep her business thriving.This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Hosted by Tanisha Townsend. Our executive producer is Lory Martinez, our sound editor is Luis Raul Lopez Levi. Our theme was done by Gabriel Dalmasso. Musi…
 
We’ve heard that red wine goes with red meat and white wine with like, fish but is that all there is? What about the myriad of flavors out there? What about spices? Mandy Mason, Wine Ambassador of Be Inclusive Hospitality in London talks about diversity in flavors and why wine needs to embrace other types of food and styles of cooking. What wine pa…
 
When you think of rosé, you probably think of sunny skies, a sandy beach, or maybe a terrasse with ‘the girls’. But what about drinking rosé in the middle of winter paired with an amazing Christmas dinner you just prepared for your family? Well, the owner of La Fete du Rosé, Donae Burston thought just that. In this episode, Donae reinvents the summ…
 
In last season’s episode Wine Language, we talked about the different words wine professionals use to discuss and describe wine. But are those words actually helpful? Today we talk with fellow Wine Educator Curly Haslam-Coates about these words and what people really want to know about wine. Haslam-Coates shares her unique approach to teaching. Liv…
 
From the Americas, to Europe and Oceania, anti-asian hate crime is on the rise. In this episode, we talk to folks about the effects of xenophobia on asian communities around the world. Featuring special guests: Join the Cosmos CEO & founder Cassandra Lam, Time Magazine journalist Cady Lang and moreCREDITS: This episode seeks to validate other margi…
 
Ever think you’re not living your best life? That You can and should be doing more to live up to your full potential? Or maybe you’re just bored where you are. This week's guest Namratha found herself in a similar situation and wanted to do something about it. It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t pretty but she made the decision to gain new skills, includi…
 
Starting a business is hard. Starting a business in another country and another language is even harder. But that didn’t stop this duo from taking an idea and turning it into a lifestyle brand. Patrick and William are two American men that enjoyed the finer things in life and thought, why not do more with this? A chance meeting on a flight to Franc…
 
In this episode, we dive into how different people in the tourism industry see travel post-Covid. Virtually traveling from Rome to the Bahamas to Micronesia to Zambia and back. The host and producer of this podcast is Dr. Kiona, Executive producer is Lory Martinez. Produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Sound Editor is Luis Raul Lopez Levi, Art was done b…
 
Lockdown life is tough yall. So how are people who love the outdoors dealing right now? How is their mental health? Tune in to hear @browngirl_green, @outdoorjournaltour, @jennybruso from @unlikelyhikers and more discuss the great outdoors during COVID19.The Host and Producer of this podcast is Dr. Kiona, executive producer is Lory Martinez. And th…
 
So IDK about y’all, but I’m sick of Zoom. So this week we're looking at COVID - era travel options.Featuring: Mark Rebillet, one of the first artists to tour in the US during the pandemic, Tony Warner from Black History Walks on giving virtual walking tours and much more...If you learned something and would like to tip the creators & experts on the…
 
So here we are with a podcast called How Not to Travel, and we literally cannot travel out here…. So in this episode, we talked to serial travelers around the world to see how they’re adapting to the year without travel. The host and producer of this podcast is Dr. Kiona, Executive producer is Lory Martinez. Produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Sound Ed…
 
It’s been a minute since we’ve posted, and that’s because travel has changed soo soo much since this pandemic started. For this special CoVID19 edition of How Not To Travel, we’re *virtually* travelling around the world, talking to people about what it was like to receive the news of COVID19, their country’s response, and how they feel about travel…
 
Mija and Tatika get dolled up.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. We hope you enjoyed this mini-series with our Latina Mija. Art by Tiffanie Delune. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @mijapodcast so you don't miss any news from our Mija! See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
Mano finds his cacumen. CREDITS: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta to celebrate hispanic heritage month. Art by Tiffanie Delune. This week we were honored to be chosen as a featured podcast on Spotify's #lonuestroesarte campaign celebrating #latinxheritage. Follow us on twitter and instagram @mijapodcast to see our Mija on billboards (!) …
 
Rocky brings his rhythm to Nueva York.CREDITS: This episode references Episode 2: Rocky from Season 1 of our show. Have a listen to that episode to best understand this short. This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta to celebrate hispanic heritage month. Art byTiffanie Delune. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @mijapodcast. See acast.com/privac…
 
Introducing Mija Shorts.An in-between season mini-series from our Latina Mija to celebrate #latinxheritagemonth.This special bonus mini season was recorded in lockdown.Listen by your bedroom window, facing the sun, and travel with us for a while.Tune in this Wednesday, September 23rd for Episode 1 in the 4 part series. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
In this episode, Mija tells us the story of her ancestors, including her great grandfather, Duc.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Martinez. Artist: Tiffanie Delune. Theme: Gabriel Dalmasso Follow us on twitter and instagram @mij…
 
In this episode, Mija tells us the story of her grandfather, Pao Kong.Listen here or on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story by Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Martinez…
 
In this episode, Mija tells us the story of her grandmother, Uyen, and her life in Vietnam.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story by Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Martinez. Artist: Tiffanie Delune. Theme: Gabriel Dalmasso Follow us on twitter …
 
Julien is Mija’s brother. In this episode, Mija tells us his story.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story by Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Martinez. Artist: Tiffanie Delune. Theme: Gabriel Dalmasso. Follow us on twitter and instagram @mijapodc…
 
Hien is Mija's mother. In this episode, she tells her story. Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story by Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Martinez. Artist: Tiffanie Delune. Theme: Gabriel Dalmasso Follow us on twitter and instagram @mijapodcast. To…
 
Since the end of our first season, the wine world has been shaken up by COVID-19 and questions about representation in the wine industry for BIPOC. WSD has always been about making wine easier to understand for everyone, (of age of course) because wine is for all.In an effort to spread this message to a wider audience, host Tanisha Townsend will be…
 
Nong is Mija’s dad. In this episode, she tells the story of his immigration from Guangzhou, China to Paris, France.This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story and voice in English by Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Martinez. Artist: Tiffanie Delune. Theme: Ga…
 
Mija is the daughter of Chinese immigrants. In this first episode, she tells us about growing up in Paris, where her parents kept their asian culture alive at home.This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story and voice in English by Melanie Hong. Sound design by …
 
Introducing Mija Podcast Season 2. At the end of Season 1, we decided that there wasn't just one version of Mija in the world. Here's a first look at this new series, which will follow the story of one franco-chinese immigrant family from China to Paris, France.Launching May 27, 2020 in English, French, Spanish and Mandarin versions. Mija Podcast i…
 
In this episode, we talk about passport privilege and crossing borders. With special guest, Robert Vessels of the Sierra Club discussing a first hand experience at the US-Mexico border. Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Hosted and researched by Dr. Kiona. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate producers are Juuni…
 
In this episode, @Girlmeetsglass answers your burning questions about wine: from navigating wine shops, to favorite wine words, natural wines and more. Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Hosted by Tanisha Townsend of Girl Meets Glass. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Music by Gabriel Dalmasso and Makaih Beats. Art by Tiff…
 
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