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A podcast about language and what people do with it: Conversations and stories with interpreters, translators, copywriters, and other fun professions and passions. For more information, please go to https://www.adrechsel.de/podcast/.

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16: Martina Russo, translator at work


Martina is a translator based in Milan, who has travelled quite a bit. She has also come up with a great idea for you to tell the world about what you're doing on your computer or tablet: decals. Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/martinarusso


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 2015-12-02  16m
 
 

15: Geeking out with Josie Holley and Joshua Goldsmith


Josie Holley and Joshua Goldsmith are dyed-in-the-wool tablet interpreters. Their final thesis at the University of Geneva covered the use of tablets in consecutive interpreting. Listen in as we geek out about tablets, styli, apps and their research...


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 2015-11-18  51m
 
 

14: Bonjour, Berlin - mit Caroline Elias


Ein Gespräch mit Caroline Elias, Hörfunkjournalistin und Dolmetscherin "auf dem zweiten Bildungsweg" über Bücher, Radio, Film und - natürlich - das Dolmetschen. Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/carolineelias


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 2015-11-06  57m
 
 

13: Geneva calling: Ewandro Magalhaes


Ewandro tells me how he made it from fitness instructor to A-level interpreter, from Brasil to Monterey to Geneva. We take a deep dive into remote participation at ITU meetings in Geneva and how both interpreters and delegates adapt. Ewandro also...


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 2015-10-21  49m
 
 

12: AIIC-Workshop "Dolmetscher für Dolmetscher" 2015


Am 5. September 2015 fand in Köln wieder einmal der jährliche "Dolmetscher-für-Dolmetscher"-Workshop der AIIC-Region Deutschland statt. Dieser Podcast ist ein akustischer Einblick in den Weiterbildungstag. Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/dfd2015


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 2015-10-07  48m
 
 

11: Terminologie am Küchentisch: Anja Rütten und Leonie Wagener


Nehmt euch einen Stuhl und setzt euch an den Küchentisch. Thema heute: Terminologie und Konferenzvorbereitung im digitalen Zeitalter. Mit meinen Gästen Anja Rütten und Leonie Wagener. Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/terminologie


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 2015-09-30  48m
 
 

10: A cup of coffee with Elisabet Tiselius


This is the first podcast episode ever recorded live with a guest in the same room, and it was great. I chatted with Elisabet Tiselius, aka Tulkur, about how she became an interpreter and an interpreter teacher, about the cooperation between...


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 2015-09-23  58m
 
 

9: Falling down stairs. How I became an interpreter


The story of my life - from an interpreter's perspective Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/how-i-became-an-interpreter


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 2015-09-09  12m
 
 

8: Today's special with Andrea Alvisi


I talk to Andrea Alvisi - an Italian translator, interpreter, interpreter trainer and foodie based in Leeds - about his journey from Italy to Kaliningrad to Leeds. Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/andrea-alvisi


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 2015-09-02  45m
 
 

7: No one left behind - with Robert Ham


My guest, Robert Ham, is a two-time Emmy-winning filmmaker and former Army combat documentarian. He spent time in Afghanistan as a soldier and relied heavily on the work of an interpreter. Robert now runs a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for a...


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 2015-08-24  32m