Hosts Sara and Michelle are joined by Laura Thayer to talk about news in Campania as trash rises again in Naples, Pompeii gets high-tech, and we learn about the beauty of the Amalfi Coast in the winter time.
Hosts Sara, Jessica and Michelle talk about Italians discovering the brain’s “guilt” spot, the Italian press panning Eat Pray Love, and we speak with author Dianne Hales about her love affair with the Italian language.
Hosts Sara, Michelle and Jessica talk about Eataly in New York City and soon in Rome, hunting mushrooms can be hazardous to your health, the annual prosciutto festival in Parma and speak with special guest Nan McElroy about living in Venice and her passion for voga, Venetian gondolier rowing.
Hosts Sara and Jessica fill you in with the Eye on Italy “ferie” vacation break and our planned future episodes, and we solicit your Italy questions and your recommendations for future topics and episodes.
The Eye on Italy podcast is still on vacation for August, so here’s another quick look at some news stories that have come up recently. This time, as the 2010-2011 soccer season in Italy is about to start, we thought we’d take a look at some recent Italian soccer news. …
Although we’re away from the podcast for all of August, we don’t want you to miss out on important news coming out of Italy. So throughout the month, we’ll be posting short roundups of articles and blog posts we hope you’ll find as interesting as we do. In recent Art …
Hosts Sara, Michelle and Jessica talk about why celebs love Italy in the summer, the moka pot becoming the next Italian coffee tradition in the US, the new MonopolyItalia board and speaking with special guest Christine Cantera about Rome day trips, the best Roman rooftop hotel bars and more.
Hosts Sara, Michelle and Jessica tackle reader questions on travel in Italy and moving to Italy: cheap eats in Milan, ordering coffee right in Rome; love and being legal in Italy, money matters, and lots of language questions.
Hosts Sara, Michelle and Jessica talk about fake Murano glass, the anti-ageing super-tomato, and speak with writer David Farley about his book, “An Irreverent Curiosity” about the quest for Jesus Christ’s foreskin in southern Italy.
On this week’s podcast, hosts Sara and Michelle talk about the latest World Cup news, including Italian demands that the coach give his wages back and the vuvuzela craze in Milan. Special guest is Diana Baur who shares her corner of Piemonte with us: Monferrato, Le Langhe, enoteche regionali, and her recommended Piedmont stops: the Barolo region, Bra, and Acqui Terme.