Spotlight Scripts: Podcast

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Spotlight: radio programs in specialized english. Making it easier for people to understand no matter where in the world they live

For Christmas, Ruby Jones and Ryan Geertsma tell two stories about forgiveness from the city of Bethlehem.
Mike Procter and Nick Page look at the many interesting ringtones available, in particular ringtones that have a special message.
Marina Santee and Ryan Geertsma look at Alberto Vollmer, a rich landowner who is improving the lives of those around him.
Robin Basselin and Ryan Geertsma tell the inspiring story of how the Japanese Women's Football team won the 2011 Women's World Cup.
The IF Project Dec. 12, 2011
Ryan Geertsma and Robin Basselin look at a project that aims to decrease crime. Could asking prisoners a simple question help others avoid going to prison?
Ancient Rope Bridges Dec. 12, 2011
The Inca people of Peru continue an ancient tradition. Liz Waid and Ryan Geertsma tell about the way their community comes together to achieve a common goal.
Singing With the Music Dec. 12, 2011
Robin Basselin and Ryan Geertsma look at a popular musical activity - singing karaoke! Why do people enjoy this activity so much?
Mike Procter and Liz Waid tell about clockmaker John Harrison. He invented a way for ships to know their East-West position at sea.
Where There is Life Dec. 5, 2011
Ryan Geertsma and Robin Basselin look at the famous Russian writer Leo Tolstoy: his faith, his questions and his writings.
Quick Decisions Dec. 5, 2011
Joshua Leo and Liz Waid look at the quick decisions we make, without thinking. How do these decisions affect our lives?
Robin Basselin and Ryan Geertsma look at the life and ideas of famous writer H.G. Wells.
Bruce Gulland and Marina Santee tell about an organization that aims to stop sexual slavery in the United Kingdom.
Marina Santee and Steve Myersco look at the El Nino weather system. This system greatly affects weather, and events, around the world - but scientists do not know why!
Cola Life Dec. 5, 2011
Adam Navis and Rena Dam tell about an organization that uses Coca-cola's transportation system to bring medicine to rural villages.
Could the answer to the problem of world hunger be Amaranth? Liz Waid and Joshua Leo look at the history and modern use of this ancient and amazing grain.
Robin Basselin and Ryan Geertsma tell the story of Kong Nai - a story of survival and service. He is a master of the chapei, a traditional Cambodia instrument.
Steve Myersco and Liz Waid look at the Nomi Network - an organization using business to fight sexual slavery.
Robin Basselin and Ryan Geertsma tell the story of Kong Nai - a story of survival and service. He is a master of the chapei, a traditional Cambodia instrument.
Women of Peace Nov. 28, 2011
Nick Page and Liz Waid tell about a group of women who are community leaders. They bring peace to violent and dangerous areas of Rio de Janeiro.
Protecting the Albatross Nov. 28, 2011
Liz Waid and Nick Page tell about efforts to save a large sea bird.