Slow Cup of Coffee
By Donovan Jocque and Garret Prestwood
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The Bosnian language contains the word ćeif, or ćeifiti, which means "to sip coffee slowly over a long conversation with friends." That word describes the culture of the countries of the former Yugoslavia. It is also the intent of this program - bantering about news and culture in the Balkans. At Slow Cup of Coffee we slowly sip the past and present of life in the Balkans.
||Slow Cup 002: Republika Srpska & Croatia||Donovan Jocque and Garret Prestwood discuss Croatia's potential role preventing the breakup of Bosnia-Herzegovina. We close with an interview with Aldin Fafulović. Plus language lesson #2 (Croatian).||21 3 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||Slow Cup 001: Croatia & the European Union||In this episode Donovan Jocque and Garret Prestwood discuss the relationship of the Balkans to the rest of Europe.||5 12 2009||Free||View In iTunes|