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Events in the European Union and elsewhere are often covered superficially in the media. That is why former Aktuálně.cz editor and analyst Helena Truchlá decided to create the podcast Středoevropanka. In this podcast, we discuss basic European topics in depth and bring the perspective of those who have decided to move outside the Czech Republic. “I have collected valuable experience, am enriched with information, and have a unique point of view,” the author says of the program.

On the topics that move the country and Europe, with those outside the comforts of the Czech Basin. This is how the creator and presenter of the new podcast program Středoevropanka explains. helena trullerpreviously worked as an editor for the foreign section of Aktuálně.cz and now works as an analyst at a STEM research institute. Czech interests in EU projects.

“Regular news reports tend to overlook events happening in the world, such as the Kosovo-Serbian border, Taiwan, Ethiopia, etc. Journalists pay attention to them, but the news is usually released a few days later. The show will follow up on current events and discuss them in more depth.

The author puts the cross-border event in context with the show’s guests who decide to emigrate abroad. podcast series The moderator for Central Europe interviewed author and lawyer Blanca Chechovar, who lives in the southern Adriatic.How the author of the book Total Balkan or Guide to the Adriatic Fiance revealed on the show Croatia She caters to the crowds of tourists and wonders why she couldn’t imagine her life without a trip to the Balkans.

Martin Nejezchleba, a German journalist of Czech origin, was a guest in the second part of the programme.For example, the editor of the German weekly Die Zeit said how the German Chancellor had let him down. Olaf Scholz related Civil war in Ukraine.

The third part is dedicated to the Western Balkans. According to the young scientist Romana Brianova, who now lives in Sarajevo, the Western Balkans belong culturally and geographically. european union“When we open the door to the EU a little Ukraine It’s not Bosnia, it’s a blow from the waist down,” she said on the show. Readers can also purchase the Czech version.

In the next part in preparation, Helena Truhlá will analyze the events surrounding the Czech language presidency For example, on the EU Council with Filip Křenek, a young Czech who works for the European Commission. “European politics and the Czechs who participate in it are often perceived as too abstract, bureaucratic, and terribly boring. There is,” adds the presenter.

Listen to Helena Truchlé Středoevropanka’s podcast on the following platforms: sound cloud, speaker, Spotify When Apple podcasts.

thanks to the platform Current+ We can introduce our work.For example you can see in the last text Thorough pre-election service or read Interview with reporter Martin Novákrecently went to southern Ukraine.


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