Turkey's image abroad - from the Ottoman sword to Sofagate
Apr 30, 2021
14:25
How uncles create havoc in Turkey
Apr 10, 2021
15:41
How Turks and others started eating out
Mar 19, 2021
20:16
Have a cup of Turkish Coffee
Mar 12, 2021
20:51
Little to celebrate on Women's Day
Mar 5, 2021
13:00
Utopia, Dystopia or Reality?
Feb 26, 2021
15:58
Justice for all?
Feb 19, 2021
15:57
Love alla Turca: Letters, flowers and chatrooms
Feb 12, 2021
15:33
How did Turkey's lentils and olives turn posh?
Feb 5, 2021
16:18
An Ode to Travel from Madrid to Mardin
Jan 29, 2021
14:06
For Love of the Crown
Jan 22, 2021
19:32
2020 in Review: Words, People, Events (so far!)
Jan 22, 2021
11:33
New Year Party Time!
Jan 22, 2021
14:28
Delights of Reading: Why pen is mightier than the sword?
Jan 22, 2021
14:38
Alone or with company? Who has it hardest in Lockdown?
Jan 16, 2021
12:45
Lessons in Hindsight: Dear 17 year old me!
Jan 7, 2021
15:55
New Year Resolutions: Love 'em, Leave 'em
Dec 24, 2020
15:18
Women Say No to Harassment: Clearly They Had Enough
Dec 20, 2020
12:12
Staying Home but Not Alone
Dec 8, 2020
11:11
Family ties: How aunts yield power in Turkey
Nov 25, 2020
11:06
Turkish Coffee
Whether in vibrant traditional coffee houses or in the privacy of homes, Turkish coffee has accompanied conversation about a wide range of subjects throughout centuries. The "Turkish Coffee" podcasts keep up this tradition of spontaneous and convivial talks where Aygen Aytaç and Nazlan Ertan talk of things relevant to life- from politics to family ties, from regional clashes to cultural codes.Friends for decades, Aygen and Nazlan often compared their experiences from London to Istanbul, from Brussels to Baku and saw first-hand that people shared similar concerns, fears and aspirations whether they were in corridors of power or in newsrooms. "Turkish Coffee" podcasts share their experience, observations and enduring good-humor against all odds.