Exchange Matters / October 29, 2019

More Podcasts in the Global Ties Network

In the September/October 2019 issue of ExchangeMatters, Tim Horgan of the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire shared tips on starting your own podcast. Here are some other podcasts from our Community-Based Members and partner organizations working on exchange programs:



Produced by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs | Podcast link

22.33 is produced by the Collaboratory in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). It features first-person narratives and anecdotes from people who have been involved with ECA exchange programs. With a combination of empathy and humor, the series delivers stories from people whose lives were changed by international exchange


Produced by Presidential Precinct | Podcast link

The Global Founders podcast highlights the work, personal journeys, and profound impact of leaders from every corner of the globe. Guests include business and social entrepreneurs, civil society activists, government officials, and academics. Global Founders is produced by the Presidential Precinct, a Community-Based Member, and hosted by Executive Director Neal Piper. It is recorded at the Potter Studio at Montpelier, VA, the home of President James Madison.


Produced by the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth | Podcast link

Jim Falk, President & CEO of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth, a Community-Based Member, talks with some of the world’s foremost thinkers, writers, and diplomats in this interview series. New episodes are released weekly.




Produced by the World Affairs Councils of America | Podcast link

The World Affairs Councils of America produces original podcasts every month that examine critical international topics with leaders, policy experts, and public intellectuals.