We have some AMAZING suggestions as it relates to I Am A Triangle recommended podcasts! If you have additional resources that you would suggest or podcasts to recommend, please leave them in the comments!
First up, our featured podcast, WOW IN THE WORLD from NPR:
WOW IN THE WORLD – great kids’ podcast!
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Focuses on issues related to emotional wellbeing and resilience while living abroad.
Conversations with Strangers
About all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world.
From expat partners to global entrepreneurs! Build a successful portable business and thrive in your global nomadic life. In each episode you will find great ideas to build your own source of accomplishment, reinvent your career path through entrepreneurship, build a meaningful project or a successful portable business while making the best of your global nomadic life.
Krista Tippett is a Peabody Award-winning broadcaster and New York Times best-selling author. In 2014, she received the National Humanities Medal at the White House for “thoughtfully delving into the mysteries of human existence. On the air and in print, Ms. Tippett avoids easy answers, embracing complexity and inviting people of every background to join her conversation about faith, ethics, and moral wisdom.”
Very entertaining and informative.
JOHN DESPISES HIS ALABAMA TOWN AND DECIDES TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. HE ASKS a reporter to investigate the son of a wealthy family who’s allegedly been bragging that he got away with murder. But then someone else ends up dead, sparking a nasty feud, a hunt for hidden treasure, and an unearthing of the mysteries of one man’s life.
Brilliant storytelling in front of a live audience.
Funny and heartfelt, this podcast draws on the realities of expat life to offer you smart and simple solutions so that you can quickly (and painlessly!) adapt. Be successful, find your purpose abroad and stay connected with those who mean the most.
Interested in habits and happiness?
Interviews with experienced expats with a story and insights to share and experts working in the expat arena.
Great if you already love Ted talks!
The Mortified Podcast is a storytelling series where adults share the embarrassing things they created as kids—diaries, letters, lyrics & beyond—in front of total strangers.
These Oxford University students just chat about questions their listeners send in.
They’ve won Sony awards for their podcasting and also have other ones which are also good.
Tackling sticky news topics!
They discuss different kinds of themes, the program is presented by both adults and children and they interview scientists.
It’s great to listen in the car on the way to or from school!
Invisibilia (Latin for invisible things) is about the invisible forces that control human behavior – ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions. Co-hosted by Lulu Miller, Hanna Rosin and Alix Spiegel, Invisibilia interweaves narrative storytelling with scientific research that will ultimately make you see your own life differently.
The World in Words is a podcast about languages and the people who speak them. What happens to the brain on bilingualism? Does it matter that so many languages are dying out? Should we fear the rise of global English? Is the United States losing its linguistic cohesion? Why are Chinese tech words so inventive? Why does Icelandic have so many cool swearwords? Patrick Cox and Nina Porzucki bring you stories from the world’s linguistic frontlines.
Stories for kids told by kids: funny, told in a very expressive way. First series was traditional children stories and the new series is still traditional stories but from Africa.
Current affairs, women’s issues, broad topics.
Interesting stories from expats and travelers. Kind of like This American Life for Expats!!
How I Built This is a podcast about innovators, entrepreneurs, and idealists, and the stories behind the movements they built. Each episode is a narrative journey marked by triumphs, failures, serendipity and insight — told by the founders of some of the world’s best known companies and brands. If you’ve ever built something from nothing, something you really care about — or even just dream about it
Welcome to Revisionist History a new podcast from Malcolm Gladwell and Panoply Media. Each week for 10 weeks, Revisionist History will go back and reinterpret something from the past: an event, a person, an idea. Something overlooked. Something misunderstood.
Stories of migration and homecoming on Hiraeth Magazine’s podcast
Intelligent and light-hearted discussion about the history of foods around the world!
Stories on immigration.
SIDE HUSTLE SHOW (for entrepreneurs)
The world’s first podcast about design and an inquiry into the broader world of creative culture through wide-ranging conversations with designers, writers, artists, curators, musicians, and other luminaries of contemporary thought.
Author: Naomi Hattaway
Naomi Hattaway is the founder of I Am A Triangle, an online community of members from around the globe who have one thing in common – they’ve lived around the world, away from their passport countries. Offering in-person gatherings in over 80 cities around the globe, I Am A Triangle also exists to be a one-stop-shop for resources whether you are just pondering a move abroad, currently are living the adventure, or are repatriating back “home.” She also owns 8th & Home Real Estate and Relocation, a referral network matching families on the move with real estate professionals who chase communities and not commissions. After living in several locations in the United States, her family (three kids, now ages 21, 13 and 10) moved overseas to Delhi, India where she learned to thrive in the midst of chaos.
Following a one-year stint in Singapore, they are now back in the United States, and she has traipsed her way from Florida to Virginia and is now – for the time being – in Ohio. Naomi is passionate about community building and empowering others to thrive, not just survive, in the places they call home.