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What‘s so weird and wonderful about Finland? British-born Joel Willans, creator of social media sensation Very Finnish Problems, and best-selling author of 101 Very Finnish Problems: The Foreigner’s Guide to Surviving in Finland discusses, with a variety of fascinating guests, life in his much-loved, adopted country. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media
Yhteensä 9 jaksoa, joista ensimmäinen julkaistu 26.4.2017.
What makes a chatty Brit prefer Finnish silence? In this special episode, renowned Finnish comedian André Wickström interviews Joel Willans, author of 101 Very Finnish Problems, in front of a live audience at the Helsinki Book Fair. We learn about the backstory of Very Finnish Problems, how Joel ended up in Finland and much more. In a bonus segment, co-host and producer Thomas Nybergh reveals his future plans for the show. Contact: email@example.com Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media Shownotes: Hat tip to Sakari Heiskanen of Gummerus Publishers for recording the interview: https://twitter.com/heiskan Joel's book - 101 Very Finnish Problems: https://www.gummerus.fi/fi/kirja/9789512407507/101-very-finnish-problems/ André Wickström on Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewickstroem Joel's book recommendation - Chasing the Scream (on the so-called War on Drugs): http://chasingthescream.com Thomas' podcast recommendation - Haven's Gate, in-depth documentary on the suicide cult of the same name: https://www.heavensgate.show Thomas' podcast recommendation - Cults, documentary series on religious cults: https://www.parcast.com/cults/ Joel's podcast app recommendation - Apple Podcasts (included on all Apple mobiles): https://itunes.apple.com/app/podcasts/id525463029?mt=8 Thomas' favorite podcast app (iOS) - Overcast: https://itunes.apple.com/app/overcast/id888422857?mt=8 Thomas' podcast app recommendation (iOS & Android) - CastBox: https://castbox.fm
Are electric vehicles taking off in Finland? Joel Willans, author of the best-selling book 101 Very Finnish Problems, is joined by Antti Korpelainen of Virta, a car charging services company. Topics include battery technology, long drives to Lapland and more. Co-host Thomas Nybergh is annoyed by misguided bio fuel subsidies and wants the current Finnish government to shove it. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media Shownotes: Thomas’ article on Finnish electric car adoption, anti-electric lobbyists and harmful subsidies: http://inktank.fi/electric-car-adoption-finland-problems/ How Norway’s government made electric gars irresistible: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/norways-government-made-electric-cars-irresistible Electric cars in China: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-byd-autos/byd-predicts-ambitious-china-shift-to-electric-cars-by-2030-idUSKCN1BW0BQ Developments in battery technology and cost: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/08/climate/electric-cars-batteries.html Electric car crash safety: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/13/electric-vehicles-safety_n_3922629.html
Let’s talk ski jumping toddlers. Joel Willans, author of the best-selling book 101 Very Finnish Problems, discusses winter sports and other outdoorsy stuff with former semi-professional ski jumper Jussa Lauhamaa. Co-host Thomas Nybergh is curious about Jussa’s job involving the Sports Tracker app and wearable tech for active lifestyles. Contact: email@example.com Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media Shownotes: Jussa being sporty on Sports Tracker: https://www.sports-tracker.com/view_profile/jussalauhamaa Jussa on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jussalauhamaa/ Jussa's home town of Rovaniemi: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rovaniemi Ski jumps as part of the Lahti cityscape: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gsymoo/1617195591/ Ski jumping: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ski_jumping Finnish sporting goods conglomerate Amer Sports: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amer_Sports Brought to you by Carl's Jr.: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Brought%20to%20you%20by%20Carl%27s%20Jr. Why Thomas prefers iPhones despite them being crap in the cold: https://www.miradore.com/blog/the-state-of-android-software-updates-2017/ Thomas' recommendation - "Homecoming", a stellar dystopian sci-fi drama in podcast form: https://gimletmedia.com/homecoming/ The Guardian's review of "Homecoming": https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2016/nov/24/homecoming-podcast-catherine-keener-david-schwimmer
Joel Willans, creator of Very Finnish Problems and author of the best-selling book 101 Very Finnish Problems, chats with clothing industry activist and sci-fi writer Rinna Saramäki about the evils of the clothing industry. Thomas Nybergh, co-host and producer of the show, is skeptical about ethical consumerism and likes his sci-fi bleak and dystopian. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media Shownotes: Rinna’s blog (in Finnish): https://rinnasaramaki.wordpress.com Rinna’s books (in Finnish): https://atena.fi/kirjailijat/rinna-saramaki Why ethical consumerism isn’t enough: http://highline.huffingtonpost.com/articles/en/the-myth-of-the-ethical-shopper/ Rinna’s book pick - Emmi Itäranta’s critically acclaimed “Memory of Water” (Teemestarin kirja): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_of_Water Joel’s book pick - “The Day of the Triffids” by John Wyndham: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Day_of_the_Triffids Rinna didn’t like the movie adaptation of “Valérian and Laureline”: https://www.theverge.com/2017/7/20/15999808/valerian-and-the-city-of-a-thousand-planets-review-luc-besson The meaning of “Jumping the Shark”: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/JumpingTheShark New York Times’ Review of Thomas’ dystopian book pick, P.C. Jersild’s “After the flood”. Jersild’s “A Living Soul” is also awesome: http://www.nytimes.com/1986/01/05/books/in-short-fiction-187486.html Joel’s book pick - “Z for Zachariah” by Robert C. O’Brien: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Z_for_Zachariah">Joel's pick: "Z for Zachariah Rinna’s book pick - “The Windup Girl” by Paolo Bacigalupi: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Windup_Girl Worldcon 75 took place in Helsinki this year: http://www.worldcon.fi Kuoriaiskirjat, a cool small Finnish book publisher: https://kuoriaiskirjat.wordpress.com Osuuskumma, another cool small publisher of fine Finnish fiction. Some books translated to English and Spanish: http://osuuskumma.fi/osuuskumma-international/
How does elevator awkwardness in Britain differ from the same in Finland? Joel Willans, author of Very Finnish Problems, asks game studies Ph.D. Aki Järvinen essential questions about migrating to the UK. Co-host Thomas Nybergh is curious about the demoscene and where fake money used inside video games ends up. Contact: email@example.com Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media Shownotes: Aki on Twitter: https://twitter.com/aquito Elevators and how they impacted culture: https://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2014/03/02/how-elevator-transformed-america/b8u17Vx897wUQ8zWMTSvYO/story.html?camp=id Finnish chapter of IGDA, the International Game Developers Association: https://www.igda.fi The Assembly demoparty: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assembly_(demoparty) Example of a demo: https://youtu.be/v8bg4EixkFk?list=PLJO4AtxKJiFPmigR5m7SSrvT_pu291vFG Journalist Anni Lassila on how cool summers are becoming a privilege: http://www.hs.fi/paakirjoitukset/art-2000005300883.html More: http://veryfinnishproblems.com
What’s the weirdest place Finnish president Urho Kekkonen went fishing? Author Joel Willans is joined by maritime historian Aaro Sahari. The two discuss icebreaker ships and their impact on Finnish 20th century industrialization. Aaro explains how conquering nature with year-round open waterways affected Finnish national pride. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media Shownotes: Old footage with fearless strolling next to speeding icebreaker: https://www.facebook.com/veryFinnishproblems/videos/671860119621245/ Aaro’s academic record: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5099-8249 Sahari & Matala: Small nation, big ships winter navigation and technological nationalism in a peripheral country, 1878–1978 (paywall): http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07341512.2017.1343909 Aaro's popularized article on icebreakers (in Finnish): https://journal.fi/tt/article/view/64668 Finnish Funding Agency TEKES makes video campaign with self-mutilating daredevils group Dudesons: https://www.tekes.fi/en/programmes-and-services/campaigns/dudesons/ More: http://veryfinnishproblems.com
Who can name the worst Finnish booze? Helsinki resident Joel Willans reads from his upcoming book "101 Very Finnish Problems", and spills the beans on annoying Finnish alcohol laws. Ink Tank writer Thomas Nybergh chimes in with his hazy understanding of deterministic, genetic explanations of alcoholism. Contact: email@example.com Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media Shownotes: "101 Very Finnish Problems", the book: https://www.gummerus.fi/fi/kirja/9789512408597/101-very-finnish-problems/ Finnish alcohol related gene mutation: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/nov/17/gene-mutation-htr2b-linked-impulsive-behaviour-alcohol
Are Finnish summer cottages bourgeois forced labor camps? Very Finnish Problems creator and Helsinki resident Joel Willans talks summer annoyances with Ink Tank writer Thomas Nybergh. It’s revealed that Joel doesn’t get to play with the chainsaw and that Thomas hasn’t caught a fish in his entire life. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media
Just how deadly is a typical winter in Finland? Very Finnish Problems creator and Helsinki resident Joel Willans discusses survival strategies with Ink Tank writer Thomas Nybergh. We learn that Thomas rarely leaves Helsinki and that Joel feels bad about sucking at winter sports. Contact: email@example.com Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media