WESTERN BALKANS – The second episode of the You(th) Choose(s) podcast hosted by young journalists from the Western Balkans is here.
All of us music lovers have that one song that we secretly like to listen to when no one is around, don’t we? This episode is bringing us guilty pleasure songs that Western Balkan youth chose. Branislava and Dijana will host Kiril, Marija, Safeta, Yill, Andrea and Xhulio as they share their song of choice on this topic. You will hear some oldies as well as the new dynamic pop sound that became a cultural landmark. Some of the choices will make you want to break a dance and sing along, for sure. Are you brave enough to share your guilty pleasure song with us?
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Guests: Kiril, Marija, Safeta, Yill, Andrea, Xhulio
- Ricky Martin – Livin La Vida Loca
- Harry Styles – Kiwi
- Arctic Monkeys – Do I Wanna Know
- Rick Astley – Never Gonna Give You Up
- BTS – Dynamite
- Nicki Minaj – Anaconda
Background on the You(th) Choose(s) podcast
The You(th) Choose(s) podcast is a part of the RYCO supported program for students of journalism in the region. The podcast gathers young people from the region with Branislava Kolarov, Andrea Knežević and Dijana Dacin as the hosts that guide the topics through creative thinking and discussions. The first season of the podcast contains six episodes, where some of the topics covered throughout are connection and unity, guilty pleasures and teenage years. We will introduce you to these six episodes of the podcast by publishing them weekly on our channels.
Authors: Branislava Kolarov, Andrea Knežević and Dijana Dacin
Mentor: Prof. Dragana Prodanović
Studio: Independent Journalists’ Association of Vojvodina (Nezavisno Društvo Novinara Vojvodine)
Logo and visuals: Dajana Rusov
Jingle: Đorđe Todorović and Miloš Georgijević
Audio edit: Branislava Kolarov
This podcast was produced during the three-month Program for Students of Journalism in the Western Balkans within the framework of the advocacy project “A Better Region Starts with Youth” implemented by RYCO with the support of the Federal Republic of Germany. All journalists’ work is their own and the content of any given article, episode and journalistic item does not represent the opinion of RYCO, and RYCO cannot guarantee the validity and the accuracy of the information that these stories contain.