Next Stop: Gothenburg

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.

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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:


Next Stop: Breaking Barriers

From going behind the scenes at the Röda Sten Konsthall Spring 2018 Exhibition opening, to discussions about the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, this week we tackle how people use passion to break barriers.

Featuring an exclusive interview with Delcy Morelos, the Columbian artist behind Röda Sten's newest exhibition Inner Earth, join Ayurella and award-winning sports journalist Lucas Dahlström as they use comedy to get cultural on this program.

Don't miss out! Tune in to K103 Next Stop: Gothenburg Saturday at 1 p.m. CET

Next Stop: Mental Health

Good news friends! If you missed yesterday's show on air, you can listen to it, podcast-style, here:

Full interviews featuring Glen Bryan, Gothenburg clinical psychologist, & Fucking Smile, a U.S. company fighting depression, also ready to be heard:

Hit play & join us in the movement to end mental health discrimination.

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Next Stop: Mental Health

"I think the important thing in both of these conditions really, both anxiety and depression, is - look at the balance of your's all about a proper balance between the demands of life and giving ourselves enough time to recover from it."

Glen Bryan is Gothenburg's leading English clinical psychologist, and he joined us in the studio for Saturday's mental health awareness show. We discuss anxiety & depression and he gives expert advice on how to practice self-care. Hear Glen this Saturday @ 1 p.m. on Next Stop: Gothenburg's brand new show.

It's Time to Talk about Mental Health - tune in tomorrow & join the movement!

Next Stop: Passion Project

We explore people and what drives them in this broadcast of Next Stop Gothenburg's Passion Project.

Award-winning filmmaker Finlay Pretsell joins us in the studio for a thought provoking interview discussing his Swedish premiere of TIME TRIAL at the Gothenburg Film Festival, the trials and tribulations of directing a documentary, and what passion represents to him. We also speak to Loria Boban, a London-based singer hailing from Sweden to get advice on how to find and hone your passion.

Last but not least, this week's Fireside Chat features none other than Usman Ul-haq - our hilarious guest co-host. From answering questions about penguins in freezers, to debating the use of Siri in a shark attack, Usman and Ayurella play a quick-witted round of 20 Questions and exercise their acting chops in games meant to induce side-splitting laughter.

A dish best served hot, don't pass-ion up on this broadcast!

For the full show and featured interview, you can listen here:

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Next Stop: Behind the Scenes

Bloopers make the world go 'round. Behind-the-scenes footage of Next Stop: Gothenburg's, "Passion Project." Featuring studio cuts from the show and interview stills from our chat with Finlay Pretsell, BAFTA award-winning filmmaker and director of TIME TRIAL.

Catch the full show this Saturday, February 3rd @ 1 p.m. on K103.

Next Stop: New Year

Do you believe in second chances?
We sure do! If you missed Saturday's show, fear not. You can play it again and again here:

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Next Stop: All New

From her time in the CNN Paris newsroom, to being on Sweden's World Champion figure skating team, Sarah Ouhlana has seen it all (and then some). Which is why she helps Next Stop debut our newest show segment: Fireside Chats.

She opens up about her experiences, expat life in Gothenburg, and even discusses what the growing Nordic Resistance Movement means for local journalists in Saturday's all new show.

Don't miss it! Catch Sarah this Saturday @ 1 on K103.

Next Stop: Again and Again

Lights. Camera. Replay!

As we're getting ready to launch an all new show this Saturday, featuring new hosts, new vibes, and a whole new sound, it's probably a good time to take a second. Ask yourself - what am I missing in my life? The answer is simple. Did you forget to catch last year's episode about blind dating in a new city? Or maybe you slept in that one Saturday and skipped the show where the greatest minds in quantum computing were interviewed? Could it even be that you weren't near a radio or computer to listen to The One With Netflix and Cinema Chill?

Fear not. You can play all of the above, and more, right here:

Binge away!

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

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