Next Stop: Gothenburg

Next Stop: How to Win Friends & Influence People (Life Abroad)

On this program - How to Win Friends & Influence People - Ayurella & Elias share Next Stop: Gothenburg's top tips on how to nail being an ex-pat or international student using our favourite golden rules from Dale Carnegie's global bestselling book. We also discuss the power of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) & how it can be applied to your personal and professional lifestyle. Press play for Next Stop: Gothenburg's - How to Win Friends & Influence People:

Next Stop: How to Win Friends & Influence People

Today's the day! Turn your volume up @ 1 p.m. to hear Next Stop: Gothenburg's brand new show, "How to Win Friends & Influence People - Life Abroad." We'll share our top tips on how to nail being an ex-pat or international student using some golden rules from Dale Carnegie's global bestselling book.
So settle into your Saturday with some life-changing advice!

"You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get people interested in you."

Next Stop: Millennial Crisis

Sex. Napkins. The 9 to 5 work week. Running. Golf. Soap bars. Cruises. Face-to-face interaction. Wine corks. Dinner dates. These are only some of the things us members of Generation Y have been accused of killing off. Play our newest podcast to learn more about the murderous tendencies of millennials:

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Next Stop: Millennials

Are millennials screwed?
Today at 1 p.m. we debate if the Generation Y future is positive or not. From Street Talking interviews with random passerby to our version of the 2018 Millennial Dictionary, this program dives in.
Fancy yourself to be a millennial? Chances are you don't want to miss this!
Join us @ 1 p.m. on K103.

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Next Stop: StandUp Comedy

March's English Comedy Night in Gothenburg featured BBC Radio One & Edinburgh Festival Fringe veterans Alan Francis and Ria Lina. Opinionated and strikingly funny, these stand-up comedians have a lot to say about the legacy of Louis C.K., impacts of the #MeToo movement in comedy, and the role of humour in politics.

You can listen to the full show as aired on Saturday, March 10th, here:

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Next Stop: Stand-up for Change

Getting onstage in front of strangers. One person, one spotlight. Talking until people laugh uncontrollably. Easy?
Not so much.
Arguably one of the most challenging art forms, stand-up comedy is in a league of its own. This week we zero in on stand-up as a platform for politics. Featuring interviews with UK comedians Ria Lina and Alan Francis, the show explores the impact of the #MeToo movement in the entertainment industry and the political reach of late night hosts speaking up for social change.

Don't miss it! Tune in Saturday from 1 to 2 p.m.

Next Stop: Music & Meditation

Missed Saturday's broadcast featuring up & coming Swedish singer LIONMAN? You can catch it all here:

Next Stop: Music & Meditation

He’s the cover of Spotify's Made in Sweden playlist, thanks to his first single, “Don’t You Dare.” With more than 80,000 plays in just two weeks, LIONMAN is the musician to get to know. And we do exactly that on this week’s broadcast of Next Stop: Gothenburg! Tune in to K103 Saturday @ 1 p.m. for our exclusive interview with the man behind the music.

Spotlight: Breaking Barriers

Mythical Olympic villages, where to avoid over-enthusiasm about nudity, and how to turn down food in foreign countries are our spotlight show discussions - here's 2 minutes of highlights, bloopers & retakes for your listening pleasure.

Play the full show here:

Next Stop: Breaking Barriers

Bedroom gymnastics at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Reasons to avoid pointing at someone in Mongolia. The pitfalls of touching a Malaysian monk.
This broadcast we venture into the cultural worlds of sports and art. Our mission? Finding ways these two very different mediums break international barriers.

Lucas Dahlström is this week's guest host. The voice behind award-winning Swedish sports podcast Hemohes, Lucas has a background in sports journalism and tells us all we need to know on the PyeongChang Olympics. From $93,000 condoms to diapers for skiers, he's got the scoop on a side of the Winter Games you'll wish you knew before.

For our art enthusiasts, show host Ayurella will take you to Röda Sten Konsthall's Spring 2018 Exhibition opening. She gets personal with featured artist Delcy Morelos, as Delcy opens up about her art, culture and what it means to be a Spanish-speaking artist in an English-speaking world.

We'll wrap it up with top tips on what NOT to do when traveling abroad. Advice worthy of gold, if we do say so ourselves!

Here's Next Stop: Breaking Barriers for a mission accomplished:


What is special about student life in Gothenburg? Matteo, Timi, Marie, Donatas and Karina are international students who will try to find the answer! Without forgetting to give you the best music in meantime.

Next Stop: Gothenburg is the radioshow/podcast for international students in Gothenburg and anywhere else in the world.


Marie Heimburg, Matteo Iammarrone och Karina Bernert.


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