Another World


Ep. 38: Hitchhiking Europe & an Irish Shop

Another World Ep. 38

Kornel in Normandy

Kornel in Normandy

This summer Kornel Andrys quit his job as an architect in Belfast and hitchhiked back home to Poland. In today’s episode, he recounts his journey: how he found truck drivers to take him, which countries were best and worst for hitchhiking, how he stayed hygienic, and whether he’d ever trade office work for life on the road.

In the second half of the show, Tom Macic, the owner of The Celtic Cross, in the South Hills of talks about his Irish shop. He sells all kinds of Irish clothing, sweets, music, and miscellany to Pittsburghers and Irish and British expats. Tom explains what sells, what tea makes American tea taste like boiled popsicle sticks, and what the Irish American scene in Pittsburgh looks like.

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Foreigners Belfast: Part 3

Belfast Creatives: Part 2

Jared Longlands (for more: smartturkey@hotmail.com)

Julia Atkinson

Paddy McKeown  (for more: http://www.myspace.com/patrickmckeown)

Michael MacBroom



Ep. 1: Tony Novosel & Miroslav Budinski

Another World Episode 1

Tony Novosel

Tony Novosel

The first episode of Another World features interviews with Tony Novosel and Miroslav Budinski.  Tony speaks about teaching on the Northern Irish conflict in America and coordinating student exchanges between the US and Northern Ireland. 

Miroslav, a shepherd and hostel operator in Novi Sad, the capital of the northern province of Vojvodina in Serbia, turns the conversation to sheep-shearing, socialism, and ethnic conflict.

Novi Sad's Central Square

Novi Sad's Central Square