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Hello. I am a teacher of English at the University of Pecs, Hungary. I started podcasting in 2007. This show is a component...

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February 15, 2012 07:18 AM PST

Episode 74: Two students, Barna and Tibi, managers at the Power Plant in Pécs, discussed views about ebooks in a recent class with me. A segment from that session.

February 01, 2012 09:34 AM PST

Episode 73: Evi is an information assistant, available on iPhones and Android phones. I got the app a few days ago and tested what it can do. It? She? You decide.

January 26, 2012 09:02 AM PST

Episode 72: Six stories in this episode: five by high-school students who were among the visitors on our open day at the University of Pécs today, and one by Fülöp Eper Flóra, a second-year English major. The high-school authors: László Gábor, Decsi Liliána, Vörös László, Babos Tamás and Ferenczi Ágota.

December 31, 2011 09:03 AM PST

Episode 71: The last episode in 2011 features Anthony Krese, a.k.a. American Anthony, a teacher in Japan. Snippets from our Skype chat.

Anthony's website: www.americananthony.com

November 06, 2011 12:51 AM PDT

Episode 70: Seventy episodes already!

Listen to a chat with language educator and PhD student Thékes István, also known as Jerry Thékes.

Technical background info: episode recorded on the iPhone 4, partly mixed and edited with the GarageBand app, also on the iPhone. Look for more tweaks and programming innovations as a result of this app in the future.

Theme music by Kartali László. Acoustic guitar riffs by Horváth József

November 05, 2011 01:54 AM PDT

Episode 69: Part 2 of the interview with Katharine Whitcomb.

Kathy's website: http://www.katharinewhitcomb.com

This episode was first released a week ago but was then mysteriously gone for a day. Hope this time it will be okay.

October 06, 2011 06:53 AM PDT

Episode 68: Katharine Whitcomb is associate professor at Central Washington University. Currently she is guest professor at the University of Pécs. A poet and collaborative artist, she is also a great person to listen to. This episode is the first of a two-part series featuring her ideas and poetry.

Her website: http://www.katharinewhitcomb.com

Music credit: "Gone In" by Everyday Jones

Theme music composed and played by Kartali László

June 01, 2011 11:40 AM PDT

Episode 67: Fülöp Eper Flóra about her upcoming work experience in a Texas summer camp. Music credit: Blake Shelton's "Nobody But Me."

March 16, 2011 01:01 PM PDT

Episode 66: Hana Humpolíková is a student from Ostrava, the Czech Republic, currently on an Erasmus scholarship at the University of Pécs. The other day, we got together in my office.

January 09, 2011 02:23 AM PST

Episode 65: Rudolf Anna came back from Madrid to Pécs for a short visit last week. After a hot chocolate and coffee, we went to Széchenyi square to record an interview.

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