Catherine from Living in Nyon and Lisa from the website Know-it-all passport, have teamed up and created a podcast called “Living in the Know”. For their first short ten minute podcast they have chosen to feature a selection of local events scheduled for November 2015
From where to go for Thanksgiving, to a talk on the local school system, and an upcoming talk in Nyon by Diccon Bewes on his latest book “Around Switzerland in 80 Maps”.
As an added bonus, every month Lisa will teach Catherine a fun French expression on the podcast, the kind of expression you probably won’t be taught in French class!
To hear the podcast, click here
This is their very first podcast and although they realise the sound quality and the content order could be improved, it’s a start and we hope you enjoy it. They welcome constructive feedback from readers. Would you like to hear more events, more French expressions or is there something else you would like us to feature? Do let us know either at firstname.lastname@example.org or on the contact page at Know-it-all passport.
Lisa Cirieco-Ohlman is the founder of Know-it-all passport and moved to Geneva in 1972 with her family. She attended the Lycée des Nations in Bellevue (now gone) for three years, then the next six years at Ecolint LGB where she graduated. Trained as a graphic designer in the US, Lisa worked full-time in three different countries. The first edition of the guidebook Know-it-all passport was released in 1999. The brand includes an important website, www.knowitall.ch, hosting articles, calendars, classifieds, and more.
Music intro on podcast Jump it Up Jazzy by Swiss band “Mad Manoush” from their album “Train to New Orleans”