You’re listening to the Mark in Russia broadcast # 075, and I’m Mark. Today I’m going to continue with my Life in Russia series and I’ll talk about winter, specifically, Chelyabinsk winter. You really should go to my website at: … Continue reading
You’re listening to the Mark in Russia broadcast # 074, and I’m Mark. Today I’m going to continue with my Life in Russia series and I’ll talk about food, specifically, pelmeni You really should go to my website at: http://www.markinrussia.com … Continue reading
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Press the player to listen to this podcast These are the actual chilling sounds heard by the residents of Chelyabinsk, Russia on the morning of February 15, 2013 and the sounds were the result of a meteor exploding over this … Continue reading
Watch all of my podcasts at http://www.markinrussia.com A couple of times a year I go to the city of Perm, Russia on business. Perm was hit by a couple of terrible catastrophes over the past 5 years, but has bounced … Continue reading
Welcome to the Mark in Russia podcast network, episode #50, and I’m your host, Mark. This episode is part of my series of “Shorts” and by this I mean approximately 5 minute long podcasts which are aimed at explaining a … Continue reading
Today on the Mark in Russia podcast I’m going to interview a student of mine from Chelyabinsk State University, who is leaving at the beginning of January 2012 to study Journalism in Boston. I try to examine why a Russian … Continue reading
This episode is kind of an experiment in using drama to help teach some new English vocabulary and expressions. As you will shortly see, I have no background in drama, but decided to give it a shot anyhow. If you … Continue reading
Welcome to part 2 of 2 of the Mark in Russia interview with Nick Dunkerley of Hindenburg Systems and co-creator of the audio editor, Hindenburg Journalist. This is a program designed for journalists, but journalists and the simplicity of use … Continue reading
Nick Dunkerley is one of the founders of the company that makes my favorite audio program and what also promises to be a real game changer in the way in which journalists and podcasters will be creating their stories in … Continue reading
Today I’m interviewing one of our returning Work & Travel students named Artur. Artur’s W & T story is different than most in the respect that it almost did not happen. Last season, due to a shortage of interviews, the … Continue reading
This is the final podcast from the States. We had a very successful time there for our students and know that they will be happy of the attention that they get as a result of this trip.
Mark in Russia is now “Mark in Russia in America” for a couple of weeks. I arrived in New York the day after hurricane Irene wreaked destruction on most of the East Coast. I’m going to speak a little about … Continue reading
Every year about 30000 Russian students travel to America on the Summer Work & Travel program. Here is a short lesson concerning American summer fashions and what not to wear. Mark in Russia Podcast by Mark Kelleher is licensed under … Continue reading
In this video I try a new method for me of storytelling in order to introduce new vocabulary. The story I tell however, is true and concerns my 1970s fake ID This work by Mark Kelleher is licensed under a … Continue reading