A decade since Yolanda, kumusta ang mga pabahay sa Tacloban? | Teka Teka Explains
Almost a decade after typhoon Yolanda devastated parts of the country, no less than Tacloban City’s own mayor has said that 70% of the houses given to Yolanda survivors by the government are “substandard.” In Suthis report from Bella Perez-Rubio, hear how the residents are coping. From the "Teka Teka Explains" podcast.
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An Interview with Patricia Evangelista | Teka Teka News48:16“Language matters. It can kill people, and you can never say ‘All I did was tell a story.’" In this episode of Teka Teka News, Roby Alampay and Patricia Evangelista reflect on 6 years of Duterte’s bloody war on drugs as they discuss her new book, “Some People Need Killing.” From the "Teka Teka News" podcast.For more episodes like this, subscribe to Teka Teka News.
DLSU Lady Archer Marga Jimenez on balancing academics and athletics | Go Hard Girls34:33From missing the honor roll to graduating magna cum laude, from novice basketball player to co-captain of the DLSU Lady Archers, Marga Jimenez's journey is a testament to how commitment can turn beginners into achievers. Be inspired by her story on the "Go Hard Girls" podcast.For more stories about inspiring Filipina athletes, subscribe to Go Hard Girls!
How to navigate long distance friendships | 5 Minutes Lang06:03Sometimes keeping up a friendship can be as simple as sending each other memes! Now that he’s miles away from The Itchyworms, Chino Singson has some tricks for maintaining the relationships that matter—kahit long distance! Learn along with Ceej Tantengco on the "5 Minutes Lang" podcast.Want more bite-sized pieces of advice? Subscribe to 5 Minutes Lang.
1- Forced to marry at 13 | Rasminah, the Last Victim21:43In countries like Indonesia, many girls are still married off by their parents to support their impoverished families. Rasminah was one of them—married off as a child, and had been married thrice by 19. Listen to her journey of fighting for the rights of young Indonesian girls in “Rasminah, the Last Victim.”Listen to the entire series on Rasminah, the Last Victim."Rasminah, the Last Victim" is the English adaptation of the Indonesian investigative podcast series "Disclose: Dipaksa Kawin" by KBR Prime, created by PumaPodcast in the Philippines and made possible by International Media Support.
Humanities and business can go together | A Better Normal30:54Linya-Linya’s work is known for jokes, wit, and hugot lines. That’s largely due to co-founder and creative director Ali Sangalang’s literary background. Poetry, humor, and the next generation of creatives fuel the business and inspire Ali to collaborate with advocacies. From the "A Better Normal" podcast. Subscribe to A Better Normal to get into the mindset of a creative entrepreneur.
Look back on the history of gin in the Philippines | What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted28:32Gin has come a long way from monasteries and apothecaries of Europe—in fact, Pinoys are the biggest consumers of it in the world! Sociologist and gin enthusiast Nicole Curato joins the team's e-numan to give a crash course on the spirit that’s been gin-tegral to Pinoy drinking culture. From the "What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted" podcast.Want more Philippine history? Subscribe to What's AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted!
Marathon runner Julie Uychiat is only getting stronger with age | Go Hard Girls39:46On her 49th birthday, just a few years into running, Julie Uychiat made the decision to conquer 7 marathons in 7 countries in just 7 days. Battling the freezing Arctic, scorching heat, rugged terrain, and enduring her fair share of cuts and bruises, Julie etched her name in history as the first Filipina to complete the World Marathon Challenge. Hear about her running journey and what she has planned next in this episode from the "Go Hard Girls" podcast.For more stories about inspiring Filipina athletes, subscribe to Go Hard Girls!
How to start that side hustle | 5 Minutes Lang06:47On top of all their personal responsibilities, these days, a lot of people are balancing more than one career. How do you know if you can handle it? Filipina Homebased Moms founder and CEO, MK Bertulfo shares tips on how to manage your time between jobs while still having room for yourself and your loved ones. From the "5 Minutes Lang" podcast.Want more bite-sized pieces of advice? Subscribe to 5 Minutes Lang.