The podcast of Canadian-Serbian SAN Magazine is a program about Serbs and Serbian culture. Get to know more about the Serbian point of view and the concept of “kumstvo,” the history of Serbs in North America, or learn about great Serbian scientists such as Tesla and Pupin. Listen to episodes about Serbian prehistory, or Serbia during Roman times. Find out about new theories on the origin of the Serbs. And don’t forget the rich cultural heritage of the medieval Kingdom of Serbia, as well as the natural wonders found in Serbia’s national parks, mountains, and mineral spas. Find out why Serbs are proud of their entries on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list—slava, kolo, and gusle— and whet your appetite learning about gastronomic specialties such as gibanica, kajmak, slatko, and homemade rakija.
This podcast was created by SAN Magazine.
The first 15 episodes have been financially supported by the Government of Canada.
The episodes were written by SAN reporters Dušica Ivanović, Karolina Damjanović-Grujić, and Vesna Nedić, as well as SAN collaborator Mladen Obradović. The podcasts are read by SAN reporter Tamara Miličić-Grbić, and SAN collaborators Mladen Obradović, actor and director, and Kristina Bijelic, musician and philologist. A special guest in several episodes is Sacha Vigeant, our Serbian son in-law from Montreal, better known by his nickname “Sale Dugokosi.” Sacha is a Canadian married to a Serbian woman, and he writes a regular column for SAN Magazine called Diary of a Serbophile. The podcasts were recorded, mixed and mastered by Nemanja Trbojevic and Dusan Petrinjac. The project was spearheaded by Karolina Damjanović-Grujić, a founding and editorial staff member of SAN Magazine. The podcasts were recorded, mixed and mastered by Nemanja Trbojevic and Dusan Petrinjac. The project was spearheaded by Karolina Damjanović-Grujić, a founding and editorial staff member of SAN Magazine.
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