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Twenty-five years ago, HIV/AIDS was a death sentence. And people living with HIV were shunned. It was as if the world didn’t care. Then, against all odds, filmmaker Jonathan Demme and stars Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington created the first mainstream Hollywood film about HIV/AIDS and homophobia, the first to give the disease a face and reveal the humanity of those who live with it. PEOPLE LIKE US: INSIDE PHILADELPHIA tells the story behind the story - how this remarkable movie got made and h ...
 
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Shannon Irby grew up as a military brat. She was born in Germany and also spent her childhood in the USA, Japan and Turkey. Shannon describes her experience of being a hidden immigrant as an African American woman in the USA. She has since returned to Okinawa, Japan (for an extended period of time thanks to the pandemic) where she feels more comfor…
 
Sabrina Johnston is an adopted TCK of mixed heritage who was born in Indonesia and also spent her childhood in Brunei, Qatar, UAE, Saudi Arabia and she now lives in Perth, Western Australia. Sabrina talks about what stability and home mean to her and describes her version of adaptability and how she connects with people who don’t share the experien…
 
Agakura Burihabwa was born in Germany to Burundian parents of origin Then after a brief stint in the United Kingdom her family moved to Kenya. Agakura talks about the difficulty of returning to Germany and describes what belonging and “home” means to her. She explains how she responds to the classic hard question for us: “Where are you from?” Agaku…
 
Anna Snyder was born in Cameroon which is where her parents are from, and her upbringing was spent between Cameroon, Nigeria and Niger and then she headed to Texas. Anna had to learn a new language quickly with a host family who didn’t speak English and later had to adjust to American English. Her early moves set her up for adjusting quickly to lif…
 
In this week’s episode we have a change to the usual format. Here we have three TCK experts in the discussion: Amanda Bates and Michael V Pollock and me, Jen Mohindra. We address the things that TCKs want to know most about resolving their issues. Is therapy the right route or is coaching a better option? And what’s the difference between the two? …
 
Compost - "Bwaata" Psychic TV - "Being Lost" Beach Boys - "Cool, Cool Water" Vanishing Twin - "Telescope" Tonstartssbandht - "Walken With Jesus" Badfinger - "Come and Get It" Cocteau Twins + Harold Budd - "Sea, Swallow Me" Stereolab - "The Free Design" Christine Lauterberg - "Muotataler" Neil Cicierega - "Yahoo" Stimmhorn - "Schnee" George Winston …
 
Born to American parents, Mark McElroy moved to Malaysia when he was one year old and went back to the USA to go to university. Having attended international schools in Malaysia he grew up with the comings and goings of other students while he had a more stable base. He later moved to China and then Korea which is where he currently resides with hi…
 
Vanessa Callari is of mixed heritage – American and Filipino and spent her formative years between the two countries. Vanessa describes how what feels like home is not a static concept to her and how Covid has had an impact on this. She is very aware of and appreciates the opportunities that her TCK childhood has provided her. Vanessa talks about h…
 
Anna H is a former triathlete who currently resides in San Francisco. She spent her first 11.5 years in Germany then moved to the USA with her parents but not her older siblings. She describes what it’s like to feel German and also Californian. Whilst wanting to keep an international element to her daughter’s upbringing, Anna also wishes for her ch…
 
Chloé Donohue was born in Ecuador, her mum being Venezuelan and her dad American and Canadian. She moved to Romania, Thailand, Indonesia, Switzerland and Ghana before making her first solo move to the United States to go to university. Chloé’s globally mobile upbringing encouraged her sense of adventure in cycling the length of New Zealand then dec…
 
It's Wednesday podcast day! People Like Us is a collection of interviews with TCKs about their TCK journey and where they are now. Ibtihal Ahmed grew up the daughter of her diplomat dad, being raised in 6 countries – USA, Algeria, Sudan, Japan Malaysia and India. She talks about being the girl with the American accent and describes how locals in yo…
 
Amanda Bates grew up between the USA and Cameroon. Moving to Cameroon when she was 9 saw her move from being in the minority to the majority, at least from a physical perspective. She describes living in several places within the USA and the vast contrasts across the country, likening it to nine different countries. Amanda is fascinated in navigati…
 
Nurly Yusof grew up as the daughter of a diplomat. She was born in Morocco then moved as a baby to Russia. This was followed by Malaysia (her passport country) then Hungary, Qatar then back to Malaysia. Then her parents moved to Singapore for her father’s last posting and she finally moved back to Malaysia. Nurly describes what it was like to have …
 
Amanda Mulder was born in The Netherlands to a Dutch mother (who was born and spent her early years in Australia) and an Indonesian father. She moved to Brazil at 10 years old then Belgium at 15, followed by university in Great Britain. Amanda followed in the footsteps of her mother, moving to Australia as an adult. She has made many moves since! L…
 
Somare Nicole Peyton was almost born in the Philippines like her brothers, but was actually born in Texas, USA. She did move to the Philippines at a very young age and moved again, within the country, before going to high school in Texas. Somare describes the difficulties of her moves, both international and local, for both she and her parents. She…
 
Galindo Aliyo was born in Uganda then when she was almost 3, her family moved to what was then called Swaziland, now Eswatini. She lived amongst different cultures in Swaziland until she was 15 and then moved back to Uganda. Galindo talks about what it is to feel settled (in Uganda), patriotism and her identity when it comes to her culture in Ugand…
 
Aman Singh was born into an Indian diplomat family and despite being Indian he doesn’t feel like an Indian and describes experiencing reverse culture shock in India. He spent his TCK upbringing in Spain, Bulgaria, India, Mexico and Myanmar then went to the USA for college. Mexico evokes mixed emotions for Aman since it was the first place that felt…
 
Big Blood - "Baby Eyes" Music behind DJ: Percy Faith - "Summer Place '76 [Theme from 'A Summer Place']" Butthole Surfers - "The Hurdy Gurdy Man" Madmixmustang - "From The Heart Of Glass Vs. Philip Glass" Negativland - "Fourth Of July Announcement London" Bill McClintock - "You Make September Fun (Earth, Wind & Fire vs. Fleetwood Mac)" Music behind …
 
Meridian Brothers - "Cumbia Del Pichamán" Music behind DJ: Percy Faith - "Summer Place '76 [Theme from 'A Summer Place']" The Mattoid - "Happiness" John Zorn - "At The Crossroads" Cocteau Twins + Harold Budd - "The Moon And The Melodies" The The - "Soul Catcher" Vanishing Tiger - "Maurice Ravel John Coltrane Ondine Giant Steps Changes" Asriel Kujo …
 
LEENALCHI - "Tiger Is Coming" Robert Ashley - "The Bar (Differences)" Hank & Slim - "Dark Cloud Lightning" John Zorn - "At The Crossroads" Music behind DJ: Percy Faith - "Summer Place '76 [Theme from 'A Summer Place']" Giorgio Moroder - "From Here To Eternity" Soft Cell - "Memorabilia (Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing Version)" Cabaret Voltaire - "Nag Nag…
 
Mort Garson - "This Is My Beloved" Cocteau Twins + Harold Budd - "Sea, Swallow Me" George Harrison - "Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll) (2020 Mix)" Domenique Dumont - "Back To Everyday Life" Porest - "Abject Mirror (excerpt)" Sparks - "Prbably Nothing" Ergo Phizmiz - "Fie On Me" Sparks - "Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)" Soft Cell - "Yo…
 
Sparks - "Your Call’s Very Important To Us. Please Hold." - Lil' Beethoven Sparks - "My Baby’s Taking Me Home" - Lil' Beethoven Sparks - "The Rhythm Thief" - Lil' Beethoven DJ Giac - "Smalltown Wife" - mp3 Vanishing Tiger - "Maurice Ravel John Coltrane Ondine Giant Steps Changes" - youtube Asriel Kujo - "Ondine by Ravel but it's Giant Steps" - yout…
 
Porest - sung by Walter & Luckshi - "The Water" - mp3 The Bootleague - "Jump On The Fifth House of Pain vs. Soulwax vs. Walter Murphy vs. Beethoven" - mp3 Neil Cicierega - "Brithoven" - Mouth Dreams Go Home Productions - "Backstab Me One More Time" - GHP Complete CD2 "The Bootlegs" 2002/03 YITT - "Moonlight Madness (Muse vs. Beethoven vs. Solarfist…
 
Air - "Alpha Beta Gaga" Fenn O’Berg - "Fenn O’Berg Theme" David Shea - "Another Destination in the West" Bernard Parmegiani ‎ - "Capture éphémère" Luiz Bonfá ‎ - "Medley" Scott Bradley - "Neapolitan Mouse" Scott Bradley - "Pecos Pest (1955)" Kipper Kids - "Singing, April 1978 " Christian Boltanski - "Reconstitiution de chansons qui one ete chantee …
 
I am delighted to announce that as the 25th episode of the second series, this is the 50th episode!! In this episode I had the pleasure of chatting with a former coaching client, Frank Nilsen. Frank grew up between Norway and the USA (moving between the two many times during his upbringing). He talks about the many changes that he has experienced i…
 
Los Pirañas - "Lambada de Oceania, Africa y America (eran un solo continente)" Juana Molina - "El Pastor mentiroso" Titus Jones - "The Dynamite Flow" Buttress O Kneel - "Orinoco Grind" Titus Jones - "I'm Not Another Freaky Chandelier (I Promise)" Mexican Institute of Sound - "Comó Te Llamas Feat. Mexican Institute of Sound" DJ Hero - "Bittersweet …
 
MaryAnne Camaiani is a Norwegian, Filipino, Canadian who grew up in Ethiopia and Nigeria and has Italian children. She was adopted at 9 ½ months and went to boarding school at the tender age of 6 years old. MaryAnne resisted one of her childhood moves by not boarding the plane to leave. Listen as MaryAnne talks about what home means to her, with 30…
 
The The - "I Want 2 B U" Peter Ivers - "In Heaven" Porest - "Some Law" Porest - "MPR - Down With Culture" Nurse With Wound - "You Walrus Hurt The One You Love [excerpt]" Negativland - "Can You Hear Me (Brussels)" David Lynch & Jack Cruz - "Dancin' in the World of Love" Music behind DJ: Percy Faith - "Summer Place '76 [Theme from 'A Summer Place']" …
 
Marion Lougheed grew up in Canada (where she was born), West Africa, Belgium and Germany. She describes how it can be easier to be a foreigner in a country than a “local” (ie having been born in Canada, lived there for a few years, then returned later.) She also talks about how hard it is to explain life in Africa to those who haven’t lived there!…
 
Owada - "Hello" Matthijs Vlot - "Hello" The Evolution Control Committee - "Hello" Lionel Richie, Ergo and Gwilly - "Hello" John Oswald - "Paused on the Threshold" Buttress O'Kneel - "Audiobok - Captured" Fantastic Plastic Machine - "Hello and Goodbye" AE - "Tape Cuts / Hello" Bugs and Friends - "Hello Goodbye" Andy Breckman - "God Only Knows" Petra…
 
Giulia De Mauro was born in France to Italian parents and grew up between France, Italy and Gabon. She describes the trauma of leaving people behind as a consequence of her childhood moves and how moving again helped her to “move on” in more ways than one. Giulia also talks about what she considers when deciding where to move and how she has carved…
 
Vince Guaraldi Trio - "Linus and Lucy" John Baker - "Festival Time" Leo Takami - "Unknown" Martin Rev - "Tacha's Toy" Dave Soldier - "bird 10.31.03 Brass" Dave Soldier - "bird11.5.03 Gamelan" Jimmy Riddle - "Eephing" Perrey-Kingsley - "One Note Samba - Spanish Flea" Kipper Kids - "Sheik of Araby" Judy Collins - "Amazing Grace" David M.Sheads - "Bal…
 
In this episode I chat with Myra Dumapias who was born in the Philippines and has also lived in China, Malaysia, Germany South Korea, Romania and the USA. Myra talks about fitting in, class consciousness and growing up between local and international environments. Myra is very active in the TCK space having transformed TCKid into a sustainable non-…
 
Ergo Phizmiz - "Welcome Audio" - Phuj Phactory Choice Slabs of Phuj Coponfilms and Queen - "Bohemian Rhapsody (Sung by 260 Movies)" - none Buttress O’Kneel - "Martian Rhapsody" - Applied Metapop Go Home Productions - "Marvin Gaye / 10CC / The Chilites (Magic ad demo4)" - none Go Home Productions - "Marvin Gaye / 10CC / Daniel Bedingfield (Magic ad …
 
In this episode I talk with Jordan Kalondo-Lechien. Jordan grew up in Namibia, Kenya, France, Ghana, Switzerland and the UK. He and I share the same experience of having lived in Nairobi from the age of 8 to 13. Listen as Jordan describes how he handles peoples reactions to his response to “Where are you from?” and talks about the ups and downs of …
 
The Mattoid - "Happiness" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5QngVcC0T0 Stock, Hausen & Walkmen - "Giving Up" - Giving Up With Stock, Hausen & Walkman Neil Cicierega - "Brithoven" - Mouth Dreams Go Home Productions - "Beatleg Bootles" - Beatleg Bootles MichaelM2391 - "Every Michael Jackson Grunt" - none Neil Cicierega - "Mouth Pressure" - Mouth Moo…
 
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