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On this episode of Home and Away, Stella talks to Theresa from Germany. Theresa saw a quirky ad for a Faroese bus service and that led her on a journey from her native Germany to the Faroe Islands. We'll here how she's adjusting to life in the Faroes, whether you can be an artist and also "normal," and how sobriety affects Theresa's art.…
 
This week's Home and Away is a tribute to Eyðfinn Drewsen, who died last week at the age of 52. He was a DJ, producer, sound tech, voice over guy, and basically a person who could do everything at a radio station. He was literally the voice of FM1 and Ras 2 before that. On this special episode, Stella talks about her memories of Eyðfinn and the thi…
 
This week, we check in with Jon Hestoy, he's one of the people with the unenviable job of trying to convince the International Olympic Committee to recognize the Faroe Islands. We'll talk about the history of the campaign for Faroese recognition, that the IOC has to say about the matter, and get an update on how Faroese athletes did at this year's …
 
On this edition of Home and Away, Stella interviews the host of a podcast about the Faroe Islands. Can you imagine that, a whole podcast about the Faroe Islands! Well, it's true. Stella talks to (checks notes) Matthew Workman about how he started his podcast, what it was like to visit the Faroes for the first time, and what podcast he's least proud…
 
This week, we react to the news of the cancellation of the G! Festival and map out plans for the podcast now that we won't be able to cover the festival. We'll also get an update on the COVID situation in the Faroes (spoiler alert: it's not good) and listen to some audio from the G! Festival 8 years ago (spoiler alert: it's really good). I'll also …
 
On this episode of Home and Away, Stella talks to Gunn Hernes. Gunn is the head of the Nordic House in Torshavn. We'll talk about Gunn's childhood in Norway, her journeys to Sweden, Iceland, and Denmark, and what led her to live in the Faroe Islands. Before that, we have a short update on the COVID situation in the Faroe Islands and beg for money. …
 
On this episode of Home & Away, Stella catches up with Cinthia Gonzalez Parada. Cinthia was a guest on Home & Away a few years ago, and Stella asks her how the last years have gone, and about her music. And we'll even get to hear some of that music! Also, we have an update on the COVID situation in the Faroe Islands. As a reminder, we're traveling …
 
With travel slowly opening up around the world, we ask the question, "Can I go to the Faroe Islands?" And when we say "I," we mean "you," but maybe also "us." We'll talk to the head of Visit Faroe Islands about travel restrictions to the Faroes and whether it's possible for people to visit this summer. Then we'll remember a flight from 12 years ago…
 
On this new season of Home and Away, Stella talks to Johannes Midskard about his childhood in the Faroe Islands, and what's it's like renting rooms in his home to tourists. Update: Moments after this podcast posted, the Faroese PM asked the Faroese people to cancel all social gatherings for a week. Torshavn's Culture Night has been cancelled or pos…
 
On this episode, we unearth some previously unheard audio from 2013. Tollak and Matthew travel to the southernmost Faroe Island in search of the first Faroese flag, and some nightlife. On the first part of our two part series, we stand on the deck of a boat and look at islands, then get put into "time out" in a conference room in a hotel, and then …
 
On the final episode of this season of Home and Away with a Twist, Stella talks to Levi Cerveneac about growing up with a Romanian name in the Faroe Islands and whether he feels more Romanian or Faroese. We also have an update on the COVID situation in the Faroe Islands. For more timely news on the subject, check out KVF's English-language site.…
 
On this episode, Stella talks to Michael Anthony Charles Johannesen about growing up with a Faroese father and a Trinidadian mother. They talk about the surf and skate scene in the Faroes and the challenges involved with staging concerts in a small country. Also, we've got a brief update on the COVID situation in the Faroe Islands. If you want to k…
 
This week, we talk to Joel Cole, he's an artist who grew up in America and now lives in the Faroe Islands. We talk about his new collection called Transplanted: Immigrant Stories. It's a series of sculptures inspired by the stories of immigrants living in the Faroe Islands. We'll talk about what inspired him to start this project and whether he con…
 
On this episode, Oli G. Samuelsen talks to Christian Imhoff about coming from Argentina to the Faroe Islands to coach and play volleyball. We'll also visit a fantastic underground lobster party* and get an update on the COVID situation in the Faroe Islands *Okay, it wasn't really an "underground" party, but it felt more edgy to phrase it that that …
 
This week, Stella talks to Sigri Gaini, who was born in Norway to an Iranian father and a Faroese Mother. Her family moved to the Faroe Islands when she was four. Sigri talks about growing up different in a country where being different can be hard. Also, we'll get to the bottom of just how much spice is required on fish.…
 
On this episode, Stella talks to Thomas Warner whose father is from England and mother is Faroese. We'll hear how he celebrates Christmas in England and the Faroes, the difficulties in learning multiple languages, and how coming from a mixed culture can have benefits.
 
On this special episode of Home & Away With a Twist, Stella takes on her most challenging interview yet: her own daughter. Sharon Sivertsen talks about growing up in the Faroe Islands with Sri Lankan and Faroese parents, her love of food from her mom's homeland, and that one time she almost got kidnapped.…
 
This week we talk to Sigi Einarsson about the weird, weird year in Faroese football. We'll talk about the domestic league, Europa League play, and a milestone for the National Team. Then we'll get on a boat and listen to some music and yearn for a when we can be together on boats again. (Or not on boats, it's really the "together" part that's impor…
 
This week, we visit the former World's Biggest Mailbox and deliver an apology that's 8 years in the making. Then we visit the very heart of Torshavn and contemplate change, time, and the meaning of monuments. We'll also get a brief update on the pandemic and catch you up on come of our earlier podcasts. Mentioned in this podcast: Tora Tourist, that…
 
On this podcast, we revisit our most popular, and most spooky podcast. We're back in the tunnels north of Klaksvik to listen to some sounds. Are they ghosts? Teenagers having fun? Some odd trick of acoustics? You decide. Or not, whatever, it's some spooky fun. We'll also have an update on the Pandemic in the Faroes and details on a live show we're …
 
On this episode we talk to Runi Nielsen about his extensive collection of whiskey (and whisky) and about the prospects of the Faroe Islands producing a great whiskey in the near future. We'll also get an update on the pandemic, Faroese football, and we'll remember a lovely evening of song ten years ago.…
 
On this episode, we talk to Tom Ordeman, the host of the Bruck Podcast, about Orkney and how people there are coping with the pandemic. We'll also get an update on the second wave of COVID in the Faroe Islands and hear audio from a great Olavsoka party... from back in the days when you could have a great Olavsoka party and not infect a bunch of peo…
 
In 2012, LGBT Faroe Islands staged an historic pride march in Torshavn. Organizers were hoping 1,000 people would show up in the Faroese capital. Instead, 5,000 showed up, and history was made. On this podcast, we'll revisit that march, and get an update on what has happened in the 8 years since. Also, we've got an update on the pandemic. For the l…
 
This week, we hear the story of the 2020 G! Festival, which was cancelled because of the pandemic, but still kind of happened. I mean, it definitely didn't happen. But it kind of did. We'll straighten out the confusion, then hear one of my favorite moments from the 2014 G! Festival. Also, we'll get an update on COVID-19 in the Faroes and learn abou…
 
On this episode, we talk to Heri Simonsen about how the Faroe Islands did at the 2019 Island Games in Gibraltar, and his hopes for the 2021 games in Guernsey. Then we'll visit a hydroelectric dam in Vestmanna. Note: in the closing credits, we said it was Episode 328. It's not. It's actually 329. That'll teach us to record the narration track late a…
 
On this podcast, we visit the small and isolated island of Svinoy. And keep in mind, it's even small and isolated by Faroese standards. We'll talk to the man who, along with his wife, runs the only cafe on the island. He'll tell us how he and his wife made the decision to live somewhere quiet and remote when they lived in Qatar. We'll also get an u…
 
This week, we talk to the head of Visit Faroe Islands about remote tourism, and what it feels like to promote tourism while simultaneously telling tourists to stay away. Then we'll watch a new hotel being built and dream of the day when visitors will get to stay there. To take a live, remote tour of the Faroe Islands, go to the Remote Tourism site …
 
This week, we talk to Faroese musician and producer Sakaris about making music during a pandemic, and why he invited the public (via Facebook Live) to watch him do the messy business of creating music in the studio. If you'd like to see one of Sakaris' live streams, or see one of his previous streams, you can find it at his Facebook page. We'll als…
 
On this episode, we'll get in a time machine and travel back to 2016 to play the hottest new game, Pokemon Go. We'll take down a few gyms, talk to a nice German woman, and get wet walking through the rain. We'll also get an update on COVID-19 in the Faroe Islands, and learn about the mystery of the Torshavn River.…
 
On this episode of Home and Away, Stella Talks to Sabina Poulsen, who has lived in the Faroe Islands for 13 years and runs Fjord Cottage. We'll learn about the importance of knowing Faroese, and her experience running a guesthouse. We'll also get an update on the latest COVID-19 numbers, and learn about a new crowdfunding campaign from our good fri…
 
Thirteen years ago, Mirela Balicevac moved to the Faroe Islands to play professional volleyball. Today, she's still in the Faroes. Stella talks to Mirela about raising kids in the Faroe Islands, finding good food in a foreign country, and the difficulties of learning Faroese. We'll also get an update on the COVID-19 numbers in the Faroe Islands and…
 
On this podcast, we talk to Elin Brimheim Heinesen about being in the Faroe Islands during lockdown. We'll also get the latest COVID-19 numbers from the Faroes, hear a song from Elin, listen to a Coronavirus-themed opera, and learn about "Remote Tourism," where you control the actions of a tour guide over the internet using a remote control. Really…
 
On this special episode, Stella Zachariassen talks to people from around the world about the current worldwide pandemic and how they're dealing with life in lockdown. We'll also have an update on the current infection numbers in the Faroe Islands. For more current information on the virus in the Faroe Islands, visit KVF's English language site, and…
 
On this week's show, part two of our conversation with Gunnar Holm Lintermann, who performs under the name Saint Kodiak. He'll talk about his return to music, and how his wife reacted when he told her he was going to quit his job. Then he'll perform his song, "Manifesto." We'll also briefly check in on the COVID-19 situation in the Faroe Islands, i…
 
On this podcast, we'll do a brief update on COVID-19 in the Faroe Islands, talk to Saint Kodiak about his return to music, and take a bus tour of Sandoy. For more current information on the coronavirus in the Faroe Islands, visit the official government portal in English, KVF's English site, and Local.fo.…
 
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