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Against the backdrop of martial law in the Philippines, activists Amy Besa and Romy Dorotan open a trailblazing Filipino restaurant in New York City — long before Filipino food is #trending.WATCH LONG DISTANCE TV: "Cendrillon Fish Sinigang." LEARN MORE: LongDistanceRadio.com.BEHIND THE SCENES: @LongDistanceRadio on IG.SUPPORT OUR WORK: Join the Long Distance Radio Club Patreon and more.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino. Long Distance TV is directed, edited, and shot by Patrick Epino, and hosted, written, and produced by Paola Mardo.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions and Epidemic Sound. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Renee Gross, Meena Ramamurthy, Patricio Abinales, Christine Bacareza Balance, Catherine Ceniza Choy, Aileen Suzara, Vicente Rafael, Bryan Ugaddan, Nastasha Alli, Regina Espino, Alfonso Mardo, Patricia Pangilinan-Mardo, and Patrice Mardo.
Ex-high school sweethearts turned overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) reconnect almost forty years later.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. Co-Producer is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions and Dee Yan Key. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Sandy Tolan, Karen Lowe, Sasha Khokha, and the radio documentary class at the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism.
Stories, anecdotes, thoughts, and experiences about being Filipino in the world today. Delivered through voicemail messages from Long Distance listeners.If you'd like to share your story for a future calls episode, call 213-293-6024 and leave us a message about what it’s like to be Filipino wherever you are in the world. Please leave your full name if possible (first names are fine if you need privacy), where you’re from and how we can email or call you back in case we need to follow up.Heads up: We received a lot of calls from the U.S. this first time around because that's where most podcast listeners are these days. If you're based outside of the U.S., we want to hear from you too! If for some reason you are unable to call, send your message as a voice memo or audio file via email to hello@longdistanceradio.com.WATCH: LONG DISTANCE TV.BEHIND THE SCENES: @LongDistanceRadio on IG.SUPPORT OUR WORK: Join the Long Distance Radio Club Patreon and more.CREDITS:This episode was edited by Patrick Epino. Sound design and mix by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino. Long Distance TV is directed, edited, and shot by Patrick Epino, and hosted, written, and produced by Paola Mardo.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Jagmeet Singh Mac and all our listeners who called in. You know who you are. Thank you.
Black Lives Matter. Remembering my grandfather. An update about the podcast and me.Check out resources for supporting the Black community and learning more about the Philippines Anti-Terrorism Bill.Sign up for our *brand new* newsletter.More information at LongDistanceRadio.com.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Patrick Epino and Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions and Lee Rosevere. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.
The story continues as Myrla Baldonado works as an underground activist during the Marcos dictatorship. In 1983, while organizing students near the U.S. Naval Base in Subic Bay, she is arrested and taken to an undisclosed location.Please Note: This episode contains graphic descriptions of torture and a mention of suicide.Watch Myrla's story on Long Distance TV.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program, donors on PayPal, and Patreon members, supporters, and ambassadors. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms. Special thanks to Paola's parents and Myrla Baldonado.
The new season premieres on November 5.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Watch our video trailer on Long Distance TV.Follow @LongDistanceRadio.Support our work.
Growing up in Hollywood with Dante Basco, an actor, filmmaker, writer, and poet best known for starring as the cult character Rufio in Steven Spielberg’s Hook and Zuko in Avatar: The Last Airbender. Learn more about Dante's new book "From Rufio to Zuko" on the episode page at LongDistanceRadio.com.Watch Dante Basco on Long Distance TV.Watch Patrick's film "Awesome Asian Bad Guys."Support our work.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino. Long Distance TV is directed, edited, shot, and produced by Patrick Epino, and hosted, written, and produced by Paola Mardo.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program, donors on PayPal, and Patreon members, supporters, and ambassadors. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.
What happens when you’re caught between two worlds -- your homeland and your new home country? A 1.5 generation story set in Cerritos, California. Plus: Growing up in LA's Historic Filipinotown.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. Co-producer is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions and Dee Yan Key. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Katie Park, Sooh Oh, Leslie Shim, and Keith Camacho.
An alleged hate crime. An American dream. El Dorado. A visit to Stockton, California reveals the deep, dark history of Filipinos in America. Plus, host and producer Paola Mardo tells her long distance story.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. Co-producer and voice actor is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by Pedro Concepcion, Julián Felipe, Dee Yan Key, James I. Lent, Lee Rosevere, and Pavement. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Katrina Alarkon, Joe Bernardo, Jakriza Cabrera, Gerlie Cullado, Elaine Dolalas, Renee Gross, Josie Huang, James Kim, Nick Liao, Erica Mu, Joel Quizon, Stepheny Southa, Ada Tseng, David Weinberg, Visual Communications, and the Mardo family.
Stories, music, and more from the Filipino diaspora. Featuring Bambu, Prometheus Brown feat. Sendai Era, Travis Atreo, C. Light and the Prisms, Pam Reyes, Aurora Almendral, Suzie Racho, Denise Guerra, Isa Fabro, Saeng Douangdara, Copper and Heat podcast, and more. For links to all the stories and artists featured in this episode, visit the episode page on LongDistanceRadio.com.WATCH OUR SHORT DOCS: LONG DISTANCE TV.GO BEHIND THE SCENES: @LongDistanceRadio on IG.SUPPORT OUR WORK: Join the Long Distance Radio Club Patreon and more.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino. Long Distance TV is directed, edited, and shot by Patrick Epino, and hosted, written, and produced by Paola Mardo.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions, Bambu, Pam Reyes, Prometheus Brown featuring Sendai Era, Travis Atreo, C. Light and the Prisms, and Jenna Fuentes. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Janelle Quibuyen, Jenna Molster, Bob Carlson, and all of our featured guests.
Two friends, three buildings, and the future of Stockton's Little Manila. Plus: What happened to the manongs?Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. Co-producer is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by the Black Eyed Peas, Dee Yan Key, Mac Dre, Lee Rosevere, and Souls of Mischief. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to the students and teachers of Little Manila. To learn more about them and their work, head to littlemanila.org. Big thanks to my family, especially family historian Frances Pangilinan, with key assists from Gaya Lontok and Trixie Pangilinan-Mardo. Very, very special thanks to Rafael Bernardo Pangilinan.
Happy Filipino American History Month. A word from Manong Larry Itliong.Support Long Distance.Learn more.
On the first installment of Long Distance Off-Season: An update on the upcoming season and a story about an OFW in Lebanon who finds love in a country where she's treated as an outsider.This story is produced by Kerning Cultures, a podcast that tells stories from the Middle East and the spaces in between.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions and Dee Yan Key.Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.
In 1981, Jaime Geaga moved to San Francisco to start a new chapter in his life. Then he tested positive for HIV. When he learned Filipinos were some of the most affected by HIV and AIDS in the city, he set out to do something for them and for himself — coming to terms with his own life and death in the process.WATCH LONG DISTANCE TV: "Jaime's Story."BEHIND THE SCENES: @LongDistanceRadio on IG.SUPPORT OUR WORK: Join the Long Distance Radio Club Patreon and more.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino. Long Distance TV is directed, edited, and shot by Patrick Epino, and hosted, written, and produced by Paola Mardo.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions and Epidemic Sound. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Tami Suzuki, Susan Goldstein, Marcus Hubbard, Eric Wat, Renee Gross, Alyssa Jeong Perry, Michael Aquino, Dania Ramos, Tezerah Wilkins, H.P. Mendoza, Corinna Loo, Riley Manlapaz, Chelsi Yabut, and Henry Epino.
Conversations with healthcare workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic and a call with The Park's Finest co-owners Christine Araquel and Johneric Concordia about the Feed the Frontliners Project. It’s the final episode of the second season of Long Distance so Paola and Patrick have a chat and we hear from you, our listeners, on how you’re doing at this time.LEARN MORE: LongDistanceRadio.com.GO BEHIND THE SCENES: @LongDistanceRadio on IG.SUPPORT OUR WORK: Join the Long Distance Radio Club Patreon and more.WATCH: Long Distance TV.CREDITS:This episode was written, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo, and edited and produced by Patrick Epino and Paola Mardo.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program, donors on PayPal, and Patreon members, supporters, and ambassadors.Special thanks to Catherine Ceniza Choy, Pamela Mardo, Paolo Villacarlos, everyone who called in or responded to our call for frontliners, and Paola's parents.Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.
On this edition of Long Distance Off-Season: Gabe has always felt distant from his parents. But things change when he moves back home to Allentown, Pennsylvania to work at a Filipino festival and to donate a kidney to his father. This story is produced by Self-Evident, a podcast about Asian America's stories.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions, Epidemic Sound, and Dee Yan Key.Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.Full credits on the show website.
A deep dive on Tiki bar history, cultural appropriation, and LA's Filipino Tiki bartenders. Plus: Help us build the future of Long Distance and join our Long Distance Radio Club on Patreon.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.CREDITS:Long Distance is hosted and produced by Paola Mardo. Producer is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.Music in this episode is by Benjamin Rogers, Blue Dot Sessions, Dee Yan Key, Hawaiian Trio, Electric Kulintang, The Kinks, and Les Baxter.Special thanks to my parents Patricia Mardo and Alfonso Mardo, and to Jessica Terrell, April Estrellon, Elena Dugdale, and Patti Epler of Honolulu Civil Beat.
Hey. Paola here. In this episode, I share my experience with COVID-19 racism and conversations with Phil Yu (Angry Asian Man) and Devin Cabanilla (Filipino American National Historical Society, Seattle) about the disturbing rise of anti-Asian racism and xenophobia.WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU: CALL THE LONG DISTANCE HOTLINE AT 213-293-6024. Leave a message with your name, where you're calling from and answers to some of these questions: How do you feel right now? What’s your stay-at-home situation like? If you have to go out, why and what do you do? Are you on the frontlines of this COVID-19 fight? What’s happening in your community? Have you experienced racism? What are you doing to fight back? What’s getting you through this? Do you have any words of advice for other people?Anyone can call in so please do! Messages will be included in the next episode.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program, donors on PayPal, and Patreon members, supporters, and ambassadors. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.
At 15, Larry Itliong came to America with a dream. His plans changed when he learned the truth about his new home. In 1965, he led Filipino farmworkers in a historic fight for their rights.To learn more about the book Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong and other works mentioned in this episode, visit the episode show page on LongDistanceRadio.com.Watch our trip to Delano on Long Distance TV.Support our work.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino. Long Distance TV is directed, edited, shot, and produced by Patrick Epino, and hosted, written, and produced by Paola Mardo.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program, donors on PayPal, and Patreon members, supporters, and ambassadors. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.Special thanks to Gayle Romasanta, Paloma Concordia, Marissa Aroy, John Armington, Dillon Delvo and Debra Louie of Little Manila Rising, and Samanta Helou Hernandez.
Myrla Baldonado is just a college student when protests and violent clashes between students and police break out during the First Quarter Storm of 1970 in the Philippines. When she learns about the dark truths of her country and its ties to U.S. imperialism, she risks everything to join the fight against the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos.Watch Myrla's story on Long Distance TV.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:This episode was written, edited, mixed, and hosted by Paola Mardo. Long Distance is produced by Paola Mardo and Patrick Epino.This season of Long Distance is produced with support from PRX and the Google Podcasts creator program, donors on PayPal, and Patreon members, supporters, and ambassadors. Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is by C. Light and the Prisms.
Stories about art, commerce and being unapologetically Filipino American. Featuring Ruby Ibarra, Genever bar in Los Angeles’ Historic Filipinotown, and H.P. Mendoza’s film "Bitter Melon." With a quick field trip to The Oinkster. Credits. Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. Co-producer is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms. Music in this episode is by Dee Yan Key, Dinah Dominguez, Francis Magalona, H.P. Mendoza, Lee Rosevere, Rosie Plaza, and Ruby Ibarra. Help us build the future of Long Distance and join the Long Distance Radio Club on Patreon. Learn more about Long Distance at longdistanceradio.com.
We want to hear from you. Call 213-293-6024 and leave a voicemail message with your name, where you're from, and your Long Distance story or what it's like being Filipino in your part of the diaspora.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. Producer is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by the Blue Dot Sessions. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms. 
Long Distance host, producer, and creator Paola Mardo has some big news about the show. And then some.Learn more at LongDistanceRadio.com.Support our work.CREDITS:Long Distance is written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. Co-producer is Patrick Epino. Cover art by Celina Calma. Title design by Paola Mardo.Music in this episode is by Lee Rosevere and Podington Bear. Theme Song is "Comin' Along" by C. Light and the Prisms.
Long Distance is an independent narrative podcast about stories in the Filipino diaspora. Written, mixed, hosted, and produced by Paola Mardo. The first episode premiered on October 15, 2018.Learn more and watch the video trailer at LongDistanceRadio.com.
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Started
Sep 24th, 2018
Latest Episode
Apr 23rd, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
24
Avg. Episode Length
31 minutes
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