S1 E15: Multilingual Families – Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold & Korina Topalidou

For the International Day of Families, we have two special guests: Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold and Korina Topalidou. Listen here! Episode Transcript [Eva-Maria] Hello everybody and welcome back to another episode of much language such talk. Today you’re hearing from me, Eva-Maria, and we are dedicating this episode to the International Day of families that happened onContinue reading “S1 E15: Multilingual Families – Dr. Ute Limacher-Riebold & Korina Topalidou”

S1 E3: The women who keep Bilingualism Matters rolling – Dr. Katarzyna Przybycien & Christy Brewster

Christy Brewster is the Bilingualism Matters Centre’s Administrator, based at the University of Edinburgh. She is responsible for event organisation, communications and general administration.  She has an MA (Hons) in History from the University of Glasgow, and a CELTA Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) qualification. She taught English in Argentina for three years andContinue reading “S1 E3: The women who keep Bilingualism Matters rolling – Dr. Katarzyna Przybycien & Christy Brewster”

S1 E1: Bilingualism Matters – Prof. Antonella Sorace

Listen here! Episode Transcript [Carine] Hello and welcome to the very first episode of the Much Language Such Talk podcast. Today you’ll be hearing from me, Carine, and another Bilingualism Matters volunteer, Jessica, who is a PhD student in psychology. To kick off the podcast, today we’re joined by the founder and the director ofContinue reading “S1 E1: Bilingualism Matters – Prof. Antonella Sorace”