Colombia Calling is your first stop for everything you ever wanted to know about Colombia. Interviewing experts in the travel industry, dealing with security issues and explaining the cultural nuances of this newly fashionable destination, Colombia Calling is hosted by Anglo Canadian expat Richard McColl.
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On Episode 429 of the Colombia Calling podcast, we're allowing the dust to settle on the recent presidential elections in Colombia and take a look at one of Colombia's first free-thinkers, Antonio Nariño. Our special guest this week is Emily Hausheer... more
Over the last fifteen years Colombia has moved from ostensibly failed state to emerging market and tourist destination, providing Nobel-endorsed evidence that peace and reconciliation are possible after decades of brutalization. But while Colombia ma... more
Colombian writer, journalist, philosopher and art dealer Juan Pablo Plata joins us on this week's Colombia Calling podcast (Episode 427) to discuss Colombia as a literary experience and how literature in Colombia has been defined over each decade by ... more
being a migrant is not a crime. all people have human dignity and should be protected against the horrors many experience crossing from Colombia to Panama. but entering a country illegally is a crime in almost all countries in the world.
The no. 1 Podcast on Colombia. A variety of guests, topics, news and interviews from a host who lives and breathes the country. Highly recommended.
I just finished reading his book, so I came back to listen to this episode. Through this book, I feel like I have seen another side of Colombia. While not all of the concepts were new to me, I really enjoyed how the author tied history, human experience, the river and need for conservation. Really enjoyed this episode, and look forward to many more insightful conversations about Colombia.
This show is informative & entertaining. I look forward to every Tuesday when a new episode is released. Richard is very knowledgeable about all things Colombia. He has the best English speaking guests in the country on his show as well. My only two complaints are that I wish he would find a better room to record in so there wouldn’t be a small echo from his end. My other complaint is that I wish the show was at least an hour longer. More similar to the length of the Joe Rogan Experience. Come t... more
Great show with incredibly interesting guests. Also great news section. As someone who lived in Colombia (albeit, for just one year, 2017) I miss this beautiful, friendly, country an incredible amount. I was supposed to visit again in 2020 but had to postpone due to COVID. This podcast helps me feel ‘close’ to the country and helps me recall and reminisce about it’s magical realism.
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Colombia Calling launched 9 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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