We looked inside some of the tweets by @Roughly and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Next week, Rough Translation goes to Ukraine.
Listen to the trailer here: https://apple.co/2rPXjJ5
I brought my accordion to afghanistan, and it led me through this crazy portal into the afghan soul. A story I told to @Radiolab a million years ago is back out in the world. It was the early seeds of what became @Roughly. Plus my mom has a cameo! http://www.wnycstudios.org/story/91635-songs-that-cross-borders/
Apply to be our Senior Editor! https://twitter.com/nealcarruth/status/1189908173232189440
The latest episode of @IsraelStory features a story of ours! Go listen if you missed it the first time around, and check out some of their other amazing stories while you’re at it! http://bit.ly/IS_The_Needle
.@IsraelStory is airing one of our episodes! It’s about the man who sedated Adolf Eichmann, and why he wanted his role kept a secret. Reported back in May by @danielestrin. http://bit.ly/IS_The_Needle
Our friends at @IsraelStory are airing one of our recent episodes! It’s about the man who sedated Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann, but kept his role a secret. Until his kids started asking questions.
Go check it out, along with their other great episodes: http://bit.ly/IS_The_Needle
In 1960, the Mossad captured Adolf Eichmann in Argentina and brought him to stand trial in Jerusalem in one of Israel's most glorified chapters. So why did the doctor who sedated him minimize his role in the saga? Listen to our collaboration with @Roughly: http://bit.ly/IsraelStory_TheNeedle
We’re hiring an intern for the winter/spring term. If you like our podcast and want to make intimate stories about cultures and language, apply!
http://bit.ly/RoughTranslationIntern2019 @NPR #internships
Did you love our recent episode about a #thirdculturekid and his mom trying to find a space where they both fit in?
Go back and listen to our past episodes while we start planning season 4:
Until then, don't be a stranger. We want to hear from you!
If you’ve listened to our season finale 👂 https://apple.co/2MfeKcm 👂about a boy finding a place of belonging in a culture different than either of his parents’.
You might be interested in this TED talk on being a #ThirdCultureKid in our globalized 🌎: https://bit.ly/1j6xCKC
In our season finale, we’re bringing you a story from one of our listeners. It’s about an American mom watching her 6-year-old find his place in the world in a culture entirely different than his own. And how she tries to navigate her son's new life.
2/ For our season finale, we’re bringing you a listener story about a #thirdculturekid who decides that he belongs more in Japan than he ever did in the USA and his mom’s struggle to find a place for herself in her son’s new life. https://apple.co/2MfeKcm
1/ The image we posted was backward in our last tweet. Thanks, everyone who pointed it out! Here's a corrected image for the following tweet:
For our season finale, we’re bringing you a listener story about a #thirdculturekid who decides that he belongs more in Japan than he ever did in the USA and his mom’s struggle to find a place for herself in her son’s new life.
In our latest episode, a listener’s story about a mother and son struggling to find a place in the world where they both feel like they belong.
Do you have a story about race, identity, culture-or how all of those intersect? We want to hear from you! ✉️
Did you miss our season finale? We tell a listener’s story from a mom on a military base about the time her son found a country where he felt like he belonged.
Well, at least we are well rounded 😬
Rough Translation made @Hypable’s list of “Feel Good” podcasts for your morning commute: https://bit.ly/2nThFiX
@Bellocollective’s “66 Podcasts Guaranteed To Make You Cry” list: https://bit.ly/2pmSrtG