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https://soundcloud.com/planet-mundus/short-our-predictions-for-2016 As January slowly fades into the annals of the Gregorian Calendar, the team at Planet Mundus decided to crash our heads together and come up with some iron-clad predictions for what the rest of 2016 may have in store. Will...
The future goes beyond technology developments. It also means a change in the social environment. Migration, as a broad topic is an item on every country's agenda. In this episode we introduce you to the "Voices of Migration" festival...
https://soundcloud.com/planet-mundus/planet-mundus-short-an-asylum-cruise   The refugee crisis has undoubtedly been one of the biggest stories of 2015. The incoming refugees and migrants have been described as swarms, hordes, even plagues. But who are these people? And what do they go through in order...
By John Ainger Small countries are different from big ones. I mean of course, it’s obvious. Like the big boys in the school playground, the international arena is dominated by just a few, historically privileged states. From international relations to...
https://soundcloud.com/planet-mundus/13-melting-ice-a-holiday-in-the-arctic Planet Mundus travels to the Arctic and back - virtually. We talk to an ice navigator, play with beluga whales and learn about ongoing environmental disasters around the Arctic Circle. Many tried to conquer the northwest and northeast passages...
In episode number five, Planet Mundus focuses on same-sex marriage and asks: What is it like to be homo- or bisexual in the US? Our reporters Qing Li and John Ainger talked to director Jannik Spildsboel. Discussed were his opinions...
https://soundcloud.com/planet-mundus/the-north-korean-game-for-africa   Did you know that Africa’s largest statue is made by North Koreans? Or that diplomats from the closed country have been caught repeatedly smuggling ivory out of Africa? Did you know that all this is part of the regime’s...
In the second episode of Heimat in Aarhus, Pia and Shubham meet with Zoran Lekovic, who is quite possibly the most unusual Danish language teacher in Aarhus. Zoran came to Denmark almost three decades ago as a refugee from...
  In this episode of Future Forward Aarhus, we explore the future of relationships—how apps and social media are changing the way we communicate with our beloved ones. https://soundcloud.com/planet-mundus/the-future-of-relationships   Reporter Karis Hustad digs into romantic story vignettes. Three people share stories about how...
By: Ole Krogsgaard   Drones. Death from above, harmless hobby or great way of getting your pizza delivered? As the technology gets ever more affordable, civilian uses for drones is getting some people excited and other people nervous. We saw the fear...

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