Life in Norway Show

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Life in Norway Show Episode 55: An introduction to Norway's fjord region with Victoria from the Norwegian Nature Centre Hardanger in Eidfjord. Full Show Notes: https://www.lifeinnorway.net/life-in-the-norwegian-fjords/
Life in Norway Show Episode #54: Satu from travel agency 50 Degrees North talks about future travel trends in Norway, along with the differences between Finland and Norway. International travel to Norway has been difficult to impossible for mor
Life in Norway Show Episode #53: Lorelou from A Frog in the Fjord returns to talk about her new book looking back at her first year in Norway. Back in episode one, I introduced Lorelou by saying: "Lorelou is one of my favourite expat bloggers i
Life in Norway Show Episode #52: We take a look at the exciting plans for a year of cultural events in Bodø in 2024. Today on the Life in Norway Show I'm joined by Henrik Sand Dagfinrud, the program director for Bodø's year as European Capital
Life in Norway Show Episode #51: We look back at Norway's Norwegian American reality show with a participant from the seventh season. Alt for Norge, the show for Norwegian Americans exploring their Norwegian roots put a new spin on reality TV d
Life in Norway Show Episode #50: The editor of Norway's Barents Observer joins us to talk about life in Kirkenes on the border of Norway, Russia and Finland. High up in the country’s far northeastern corner, Norway shares a border with both Fin
Life in Norway Show Episode 49: Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing joins the podcast to discuss folk music in Norway. Eldbjørg Hemsing is a Norwegian violinist who has lived in Austria and Germany and played all over the world. We talk about
Life in Norway Show Episode 49: Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing joins the podcast to discuss folk music in Norway. Eldbjørg Hemsing is a Norwegian violinist who has lived in Austria and Germany and played all over the world. We talk about
Life in Norway Show Episode 48: British football coach Gregg Broughton joins us to talk about life in northern Norway working for the new Norwegian champions. The small Norwegian club FK Bodø/Glimt have just won their first ever Norwegian title
Life in Norway Show Episode 47: Paul Harrison from the Kelkoo Group joins the show to talk about shopping habits in Norway, from price sensitivity to mobile payments and more. We talk about how shopping habits differ between Norway and other co
Life in Norway Show Episode 46: An American researcher living in Norway joins the show to talk about carbon capture and storage technologies. Norway is about to buy into the concept of CO2 capture, transport and storage in a big way. The govern
Life in Norway Show Episode 45: Scotland's Orkney and Shetland have a fascinating Norse history. But it's not just stories in the history books. There remains a strong Norwegian influence on the islanders' everyday life to this day. Donna Heddl
Life in Norway Show Episode 44. The interviews with the Canadian and British Ambassadors to Norway have been some of the most popular episodes of the Life in Norway Show so far. So, I'm delighted to welcome another Ambassador onto the podcast t
Life in Norway Show Episode 43: Tour guide Emma Vestrheim joins the podcast to chat about moving from Australia to Norway, the experience of living in Bergen, and working as a tour guide in Norway. Full Show Notes: https://www.lifeinnorway.net/
Life in Norway Show Episode 42: Co-writing duo the Lost Viking Writers to talk about Norwegian literature and the publishing industry in Norway. Today I’m joined by Brian Talgo and Brynjulf Haugan, two writers living in Norway. Brian is an expa
Life in Norway Show Episode 41: It's time to talk Norwegian TV, including Okkupert (Occupied), Beforeigners and Ragnarok, among other favourites. Today I’m joined by Jack Esposito, co-host of a podcast all about Norwegian TV and film called Pod
Life in Norway Show Episode 40: A look inside a research centre focused on the Viking Age. Just a few episodes ago I spoke to a Viking ship archaeologist. Today I'm returning to the subject of the Norsemen and talking to researcher Keith Ruiter
Life in Norway Show Episode 39: One of Norway's most famous immigrants, Maria Amelie, tells us about her life as a teenage asylum seeker, how she got to return to Norway after being deported, and her new business Startup Migrants. If you were i
Life in Norway Show Episode 38: An interview with Knut Paasche from the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, all about finding Viking ships in Norway. When it comes to the history of Scandinavia, few things are more iconic than V
Life in Norway Show Episode 37: What's it like to leave the sunshine of Portugal for the mild summers and chilly winters of Oslo? How can you find work in Norway as an architect? We answer these questions and more in the latest episode of the p
Life in Norway Show Episode 36: In a break from the usual schedule, we update everyone on the latest situation with the coronavirus in Norway. Hi everyone. I've shifted the schedule around to bring you this short special update. The original ep
Life in Norway Show Episode 35: The last few years have been uncertain times for Brits living all across Europe, and in Norway. I'm joined today by Richard Wood, the British Ambassador, to talk Brexit, the future of the UK's relationship with N
Life in Norway Show Episode 34: What's it like living on a small island in northern Norway? We find out as the Life in Norway Show chats to some of the people who call Skrova their home. I'm just back from a working trip to Skrova, a tiny islan
Life in Norway Show Episode 33: Michelin star chef Heidi Bjerkan from Credo joins the show to chat about their sustainability award and working in the food industry in central Norway. Back in February, Europe’s foodies had to check a map. The M
Life in Norway Show Episode 32: Wil Lee-Wright of Trondheim's Britannia Hotel welcomes me for lunch as we chat about the hotel's renovation and what luxury experiences are available for visitors to central Norway. Trondheim recently saw the reo
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