Category VOICES to Hear | Podcast

Diwali – India’s Festival of Lights

The Indian Festival of Lights – Diwali in Hindi – is one of the biggest celebrations worldwide. This year, Diwali took place at the beginning of November. We had the chance to interview Khevna Bhatt from India to know more about this majestic celebration.

Life in an Eco Village

Dimce Ackov spent his last five years living in nature in a house he built himself. We visited his eco-village to talk about sustainability, his connection to nature, and his life far away from civilization.

Let’s talk architecture..!

We interviewed this week a brilliant student from the Saints Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, called Maca Marinkovic. She provided us with some details about her passion, that is architecture, talking about her different fields of study, her expectations as well as the history of architecture in Skopje and the different styles that compose […]

TikTok as a tool for artistic expression

Tik Tok – an application that is used by many people can actually change the lives of not only recipients but also the creators of content. We talked with Leo about his way from acting school, discovering himself, to being a creator on TikTok.

Sexual education with Darko Milosevski

Sexual education helps to understand the sexual image, openness, relationships, and connection with other people. We talked with Darko Milosevski, who is a sexual educator and shares his work experience in that area.

From volunteer to a tourist guide – how to work during the pandemic

Tourism has stopped during the pandemic, but that did not stop people from finding other solutions. We talked with David Trajkovski – a tourist guide in Skopje who shares what activities he has done during this time.

Sustainable Volunteering with Ulla Rissanen

Volunteering in Africa may not be as ethical as you might think. We talked with Ulla Rissanen who volunteered in Tanzania about her experience, sustainable volunteering, and her advice for young people.

Why The F**k People Trash with Za Pochista Makedonija

Petar, Marko, and Selina want to change mindsets and clean Macedonia with their “no trash allowed” policy. We talked with the Za Pochista Makedonija team about trashing, cleaning actions, and how to live more sustainably.

From USA to Macedonia: why the Steads came to volunteer in Skopje

With their two small Maltese, the retired North American couple is already used to move around – after living in the Bahamas for five years, their latest choice was Skopje, Macedonia. In our first episode, we talk with Edward Stead and Elen Wright-Stead about helping out as they can in a foreign country while they […]