Portuguese Life & Language

There’s some excellent radio stations in Portugal, whether you want to listen in English, while visiting the Algarve or tune in to one of the world’s great Radio Stations, RTP’s Antena 3, Portugal’s airwaves are vibrant and never sleep. Nevertheless, there are also some excellent English language podcasts available, whether you’re an expat, a digital nomad or just visiting.

ExpatsEverywhere: A Resource for Expats in Portugal

ExPats Everywhere podcast screen

ExpatsEverywhere is a valuable resource for expatriates residing in Portugal, offering a wealth of information through its various media channels. The platform’s podcast, ‘Let’s Move to Portugal,’ produced in collaboration with Time or Money Productions, is particularly popular among the expat community. It provides listeners with an engaging mix of practical advice and cultural insights.

Listeners can choose from a variety of formats to suit their preferences. For those seeking in-depth discussions, the long format shows delve into topics extensively, while the shorts offer quick and accessible information. The podcast is hosted by Carl Munson, known for his lively style and ability to elicit insightful conversations from guests and experts.

For real-time interaction and personaliaed advice, expats can tune in live every weekday morning. During the show listeners ask specific questions and engage directly with the show’s host and guests. To learn more about the podcast, visit www.goodmorningportugal.com, where you can also find additional support services, including currency exchange and information on the D2 ‘Residency through Investment’ Visa. For further inquiries or to get in touch with Carl Munson, you can reach out via email at carl@goodmorningportugal.com.

Portuguese Lab Podcast: Learning European Portuguese

The Portuguese Lab Podcast, hosted by Susana Morais, is an invaluable resource for those looking to learn European Portuguese. It offers a structured approach to language learning, with episodes that cater to various proficiency levels, from beginners to advanced speakers.

Listeners can expect to find:

  • Practical language lessons that focus on real-life situations
  • Tips on pronunciation and grammar
  • Cultural insights that enhance the learning experience

The podcast not only aids in language acquisition but also provides a deeper understanding of Portuguese culture, which is essential for anyone planning to live in or visit Portugal. For more resources and information, you can visit the official website of the Portuguese Lab Podcast.

Integrating into Portuguese Culture Through Radio

Integrating into Portuguese Culture Through Radio

Good Morning Portugal: A Daily Dose of Portuguese Life

For those looking to immerse themselves in the local culture while enjoying the comforts of the English language, the Good Morning Portugal radio show is a perfect blend. Hosted by Carl Munson, this daily program offers insights into Portuguese life, covering a wide range of topics from local events to practical advice for expatriates.

Listeners can expect a variety of segments, including:

  • Discussions on the D2 ‘Residency through Investment’ Visa, providing valuable information for those considering a move to Portugal.
  • A guide to currency exchange services, which is particularly useful for expats managing finances between their home country and Portugal.
  • Interviews and stories that connect listeners with the vibrant communities across the country, from the Algarve to Porto.

To support the show and gain access to additional resources, fans can join the Portugal Club at www.gmpvip.com. For more information about the program and to listen to past episodes, visit www.goodmorningportugal.com.

Comfort Foods & Craft Beers: A Taste of Portugal on Air

For those looking to savor the flavors of Portugal through their airwaves, the segment ‘Comfort Foods & Craft Beers’ on Good Morning Portugal offers a delectable auditory experience. Co-hosted by Owen Lloyd Martin, known as The Food Alchemist, and James from Andsome Brewery in Lourinhã the show celebrates Portugal’s burgeoning independent brewing scene and provides insights into the country’s culinary delights.

Listeners can tune in to hear Jacqui Acevedo of Expats Portugal share her experiences of life in Portugal, along with highlights of upcoming attractions. The show not only caters to the taste buds but also serves as a platform for expats and locals alike to learn about living in Portugal, from residency to leisure activities.

For those interested in exploring more about the show or the featured guests, additional resources are available online:

Further details about the show and how to support their work can be found at Good Morning Portugal’s official website: www.goodmorningportugal.com, and for those looking to delve deeper into the Portuguese experience, the Portugal Club offers extensive resources at www.gmpvip.com.