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The Secret History of the Estonia. A tale of secrets, smugglers and spies and how 852 people died on a ferry. From the team behind The Secret History of Flight 149, journalist Stephen Davis investigates the tragic sinking of the passenger ship The Estonia, uncovering a mysterious trail that leads back to the Cold War. Listen to the whole series by subscribing to the Crowd Stories channel on Apple Podcasts. Weekly episodes will be released for free on all platforms every Monday. Get them ad-f ...
 
Before the written word, the people of Estonia handed down their stories and traditions orally. History of Estonia Podcast attempts to catalog the History of Estonia starting with the land that was settled and moving along a defined timeline. Once we reach modernity, we will go back in time once again and dig into more detail and dwell on the places, events and stories that deserve to be told more thoroughly.
 
The podcast The Art of Digitalisation mainly focuses on digitalisation stories that have taken the Estonian know-how around the world. We will give our listeners hands-on tips, advice, and share valuable lessons on how to start or accelerate their digitalisation paths. The monthly podcast will also discuss current issues and developments within e-Estonia. Our hosts, Digital Transformation Advisers Carmen Raal and Erika Piirmets will be joined by a wide array of experts - both from tech compa ...
 
Work in Estonia Talk aims to give an insight to expats working in Estonia. We cover two sides of the story; one expat guest working in Estonia, and one of their local co-workers. Recruitment process, adapting to a new country and how does Estonia compare to different cultures are among the diverse topics covered in the podcast. Work in Estonia Talk podcast is ideal for: - People who wish to get an insight into the experience of living and working in Estonia as an expat - Employers who wish t ...
 
Found in Estonia bi-weekly podcast is sharing conversations with foreigners who have made Estonia their home. It’s here to inspire more open-mindedness, bring people together and turn "anonymous foreigner" stereotypes into real-life humans. Foreigners are sharing their experiences, useful tips, recommendations, and hilarious thoughts about Estonians and life in Estonia. Learn more about all the episodes and join the monthly newsletter: www.foundinestonia.ee
 
Podstales desde Estonia es un podcast en el que te contamos cómo es vivir en Estonia desde el punto de vista de dos españoles. En Podstales desde Estonia os contaremos detalles, curiosidades, aventuras y píldoras de Historia sobre la joya del Báltico, Estonia, y especialmente sobre su capital y centro neurálgico del país, Tallín. Un podcast en el que el entretenimiento no está reñido con el rigor. ¡Disfruta de una visión única de un país del que, seguro, no conoces prácticamente nada! Puedes ...
 
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In this episode, Dr. David Feest of Hamburg University and I discuss the history of the Baltic Germans. Dr. Feest talks to us about the place of the Baltic Germans in Estonian history. He tells us about the plight of the Baltic Germans today, and we discuss who should keep the memory of the Baltic Germans alive and why their history is relevant to …
 
The authorities must decide how to deal with the disaster. Will they choose to salvage the ship and the victims? Stephen speaks with campaigners who have dedicated many years to uncovering the truth behind the sinking. Please note this podcast contains distressing content. Presenter: Stephen Davis Producer: Samantha Psyk Mixing and Sound Design: Ro…
 
The 3rd season of our podcast series "The Art of Digitalisation" premiers with the boss of digital Estonia - Mr Luukas Kristjan Ilves, who serves as the Government Chief Officer. His work is not building but managing a digital country Estonia, mapping the visions, strategies, and tactics necessary for Estonia's digital transformation and resilience…
 
To listen to the entire series without adverts, subscribe to the Crowd Stories channel on Apple Podcasts. In the days after the sinking, the scale of the tragedy becomes clearer. But why does mystery still surround the survivors list? What happened to the missing crew? Stephen speaks with family members of victims, still dealing with the effects of…
 
This episode has been released early for Crowd Stories subscribers. It will be available for free on 16 January 2023. To listen to the entire series without adverts, subscribe to the Crowd Stories channel on Apple Podcasts. Survivors share harrowing eye witness accounts of the aftermath of the sinking in freezing conditions in a Baltic storm. Pleas…
 
In the first episode of The Secret History of the Estonia, investigative journalist Stephen Davis hears remarkable eyewitness accounts from four survivors of the tragedy. The Estonia sets sail from Tallinn port on the 27th September 1994, heading across the Baltic Sea to Stockholm. It’s a routine crossing for the passengers and crew. But in the mid…
 
Coming soon - The Secret History of the Estonia. A tale of secrets, smugglers and spies and how 852 people died on a ferry. From the team behind The Secret History of Flight 149, journalist Stephen Davis investigates the tragic sinking of the passenger ship The Estonia, uncovering a mysterious trail that leads back to the Cold War. Episodes release…
 
It's hard to find a more perfect guest for the end-of-the-year podcast than the former president of Estonia, Mrs Kersti Kaljulaid. She's a global advocate and recognized thought leader on a wide range of topics, including (cyber) security, artificial intelligence, mental health, and the well-being of women and children. But this conversation focuse…
 
In this episode, we are lucky to have Olaf Mertelsmann who is Professor of Eastern European History at the Institute of History and Archeology, University of Tartu. He holds a doctorate in History from the University of Hamburg (2000). He has taught in Estonia, Germany, and Russia. His main interests are the social and economic history of Eastern E…
 
Work in Estonia Talk episode with Marcus Turovski and Andrew Whyte from ERR News, which is the Estonian Public Broadcaster. Marcus is an Estonian who works at ERR as the Managing Editor. Andrew works as a Senior Editor in the ERR News multicultural team. He grew up in the UK and has been living in Estonia since 2009. He has also work experience as …
 
Work in Estonia Talk episode with Kairi Tamm and Daniel Carvalho from Glia. Kairi Tamm is an Estonian who works at Glia as the People Operations Manager, and Daniel Carvalho grew up in Portugal and now works at Glia as an Engineering Manager. He has been living in Estonia for 5 years and says his primary motivation to move to Estonia was his Estoni…
 
In this episode, we are lucky to have Olaf Mertelsmann who is Professor of Eastern European History at the Institute of History and Archeology, University of Tartu. He holds a doctorate in History from the University of Hamburg (2000). He has taught in Estonia, Germany, and Russia. His main interests are the social and economic history of Eastern E…
 
In this episode, Erika Piirmets and Carmen Raal explore how countries solve the issue of digital identity, how they can learn from each other and what's the future of digital identity. Their guest is a former government Chief Legal Officer (GLO) and CEO of Proud Engineers Laura Kask. She has been responsible for the legislative framework of the Est…
 
Work in Estonia Talk episode with Marge Rehepapp and Alex Ball from Ericsson. Marge is an Estonian who works at Ericsson’s Tallinn office as the People Lead, and Alex Ball grew up in the UK. He works at Ericsson’s Test Development Department as an Automation System Architect. 7 years ago, during a spontaneous summer visit to Estonia, he met someone…
 
The guest of our latest podcast episode is Kalev Pihl, CEO of SK ID Solutions and one of the key figures behind the Estonian ID-card project. He has played a crucial role in its planning and also has had a significant influence on the outcomes that are available today.Door E-Estonia Briefing Centre
 
Found in Estonia podcast episode 63 with Henri Ormus How can an Estonian become a nuclear engineer if it’s not taught in Estonia? Meet Henri Ormus, who is a nuclear engineer, and listen to his story of becoming one. Henri has lived and worked in the US, Sweden, Finland, and Russia and after living 14 years abroad just returned to Estonia. He is the…
 
Found in Estonia podcast episode 63 with Maria Sakarias Maria Sakarias was 16 when she first lived a year abroad in France. After that, she’s been living in the UK and Netherlands, volunteered in Nepal and India, and traveled to countless countries through her work around creating social impact. She always thought that living abroad is somehow easi…
 
Found in Estonia podcast episode 62 with Andres Sirel Andres is an Estonian, who is a father, an entrepreneur, and a lifelong learner. He worked at Microsoft for over 11 years which led him to live with his entire family in Malaysia for 2 years. Today he is the head of the company Insplay, with the mission to raise awareness among parents through p…
 
Sustainability, tokens, and the well-being of nature and the world were some of the topics Carmen Raal and Erika Piirmets touched upon with their guest Merit Valdsalu, founder and CEO of Single.Earth. A company with a mission to transform how we approach consumption and how to integrate nature protection into the economy.…
 
Found in Estonia podcast episode 61 with Liina Metsküla Liina Metsküla is an Estonian who has visited 84 countries, and has a dream to visit them all! She is the author of 3 traveling books and a host of an Estonian podcast “Järgmine peatus”, where she shares different people’s travel stories. In this episodes we hear: Her most interesting travel d…
 
Found in Estonia podcast episode 60 with Silver Tambur Silver arrived in London with his backpack and 50 pounds. He started as a cleaner, then went to study there, then got a job at a law office, and then launched his own global online magazine, called EstonianWorld.com. As he says: in London, one thing just leads to another. This season features E…
 
A new season is about to start! In this short episode, you can hear highlights for Tiina, when spending a summer in Estonia and learn what the new season will be about! This season features different Estonians, who have lived abroad, gained experiences as an expat, and now live in Estonia again. You can hear small snippets from the next guests befo…
 
Our monthly podcast "The Art of Digitalisation" has been taken over by our Digital Transformation Advisers Carmen Raal and Erika Piirmets. Their first guest is Dr Dominik Panosch - the recent world record holder in founding the fastest company in just 15 min 33 sec.Door E-Estonia Briefing Centre
 
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