Mija Podcast (English)

"    Mija Podcast (English) " Podcast
Hosted by a narrator known only as Mija (daughter in Spanish), each episode tells the story of how members of her family experience immigration. Launching September 25th, 2019 in English, French and Spanish versions. Mija Podcast is produced by Studio Ochenta, a multilingual podcast studio dedicated to raising voices across cultures. For more information about the studio and Mija podcast go to ochentastudio.com or follow @ochentapodcasts & @mijapodcast on social media. Original theme by Gabriel Dalmasso.

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Season: 1
Hosted by a narrator known only as Mija (daughter in Spanish), each episode tells the story of how members of her family experience immigration.Hosted by a narrator known only as Mija (daughter in Spanish), each episode tells the story of how mem...

Season: 1 Episode: 1
Mija is a young Latina growing up in New York City. She is the daughter of Colombian immigrants, and this is her story.For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language versions of the show in Fre...

Season: 1 Episode: 2
Tatika is Mija’s mother. One day, she decides to take her destiny into her own hands and immigrates from Bogota to New York. This is her story.For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language ver...

Season: 1 Episode: 3
Rocky is Mija’s father. One day, he is forced to leave his family behind for a new life in America.For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language versions of the show in French and Spanish, vis...

Season: 1 Episode: 4
Mano is Mija’s brother. This is his story.For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language versions of the show in French and Spanish, visit ochentastudio.com. CREDITS: This episode was produc...

Season: 1
New York is Mija’s hometown. In this special bonus episode, she tells us a story about life in New York, featuring: Tatika, Rocky, Mija and Mano. For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other ...

Season: 1 Episode: 5
Yita is Mija’s grandmother. One day, a civil war changes her life forever. In this episode, Mija tells her story. For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language versions of the show in...

Season: 1 Episode: 6
Titi is Mija’s grandfather. In this episode, Mija tells her story. For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language versions of the show in French and Spanish, visit ochentastudio.com. ...

Season: 1 Episode: 7
Chacho is Mija’s cousin. In this episode, Mija tells her story. For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language versions of the show in French and Spanish, visit ochentastudio.com. ...

Season: 1 Episode: 8
La casa. In this final episode of the season, Mija tells us about la casa, "home" in Spanish. For more information about Studio Ochenta's original programs and to check out the other language versions of the show in French an...

Season: 2
Introducing Mija Podcast Season 2. At the end of Season 1, we decided that there wasn't just one version of Mija in the world. Here's a first look at this new series, which will follow the story of one franco-chinese immigrant family from Chi...

Season: 2 Episode: 1
Mija is the daughter of Chinese immigrants. In this first episode, she tells us about growing up in Paris, where her parents kept their asian culture alive at home.This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez....

Season: 2 Episode: 2
Nong is Mija’s dad. In this episode, she tells the story of his immigration from Guangzhou, China to Paris, France.This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story an...

Season: 2 Episode: 3
Hien is Mija's mother. In this episode, she tells her story. Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story by Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Mart...

Season: 2 Episode: 4
Julien is Mija’s brother. In this episode, Mija tells us his story.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story by Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lory Mar...

Season: 2
Paris is Mija’s hometown. In this special bonus episode, she tells us a story about life in Paris, featuring: Hien, Nong, Mija and Julien. Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our A...

Season: 2 Episode: 5
In this episode, Mija tells us the story of her grandmother, Uyen, and her life in Vietnam.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Story by Melanie Hong. ...

Season: 2 Episode: 6
In this episode, Mija tells us the story of her grandfather, Pao Kong.Listen here or on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Produc...

Season: 2 Episode: 7
In this episode, Mija tells us the story of her ancestors, including her great grandfather, Duc.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is Lory Martinez. Our Associate Producer is Melanie Hong. Sound design by Lo...

Season: 2 Episode: 8
In this final episode of season 2, Mija tells us about « La Maison » - Home in French.Stay tuned for a special surprise at the end of this episode!Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our Executive Producer is L...

Episode: 1
Introducing Mija Shorts.An in-between season mini-series from our Latina Mija to celebrate #latinxheritagemonth.This special bonus mini season was recorded in lockdown.Listen by your bedroom window, facing the sun, and travel with us for a while....

Episode: 1
Rocky brings his rhythm to Nueva York.CREDITS: This episode references Episode 2: Rocky from Season 1 of our show. Have a listen to that episode to best understand this short. This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta to celebrate hispanic heritag...

Episode: 2
Tatika has what we call a "yeyo" CREDITS: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta to celebrate hispanic heritage month. Art by Tiffanie Delune. Follow us on twitter and instagram @mijapodcast.

Episode: 3
Mano finds his cacumen. CREDITS: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta to celebrate hispanic heritage month. Art by Tiffanie Delune. This week we were honored to be chosen as a featured podcast on Spotify's #lonuestroesarte campaign celeb...

Episode: 4
Mija and Tatika get dolled up.Credits: This episode was produced by Studio Ochenta to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. We hope you enjoyed this mini-series with our Latina Mija. Art by Tiffanie Delune. Follow us on Twitter and...

Season: 3
Introducing Mija Podcast Season 3. At the end of Season 1, we decided that there wasn't just one version of Mija in the world. Here's a first look at our latest series, which will follow the story of one Egyptian immigrant family's journ...

Season: 3 Episode: 1
In this first episode of season 3, Binty ( Mija in Arabic) introduces her family inside El Beit, during a Ramadan feast. Filled with love and nostalgia for home, she decides to tell their stories, one by one.CREDITS: This podcast was produced by S...

Season: 3 Episode: 2
Marzouk is Binty’s grandfather. In this episode Binty tells the story of the family patriarch, and how his his passion for Egyptian history and storytelling kept their culture alive no matter where they went.CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Stu...

Season: 3 Episode: 3
Gidda Dawlat is Binty’s grandmother. In this episode, Binty tells the story of how she survived the hasad!CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi. Creative Director and Executive Producer, L...

Season: 3 Episode: 4
Abdou is Binty’s father. In this episode, Binty tells the story of how his love for his family and fascination with music followed him from Egypt to England.CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elbo...

Season: 3 Episode: 5
Mona is Binty’s mother. In this episode, Binty tells us how Mona’s dream job transformed her family’s lives forever. CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi. Creative Director and E...

Episode: 6
In this episode, Binty tells the story of her uncle Sherif, and his experience of the Egyptian revolution. CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi. Creative Director and Executive P...

Season: 3 Episode: 7
Omar is Binty’s brother. In this episode, Binty tells the story of how his talents and passion for Egyptian music and dancing brought him to New York.CREDITS: This podcast was produced by Studio Ochenta. Story by Rana Abdelhamid and Mona Elboghdadi....

Season: 3 Episode: 8
After taking us on a journey with her family across continents and languages, our narrator, Binty, finally tells her story in this season finale episode. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for listening to this very special season. Our team ...

Hi, Mija fans! Thank you all for your support of Mija's journey from Colombia, to China, and now to Egypt!Dropping back in the feed here to share news about another Studio Ochenta production: CultureverseCultureverse is an immersive audio dr...

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Hi, Mija fans!


As you all know at Studio Ochenta we are all about latino culture so today we would like to recommend Teikirisi: A podcast celebrating all things Cuban-American. hosted by Carmen and Fryda.


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The city of Monterrey, Mexico absolutely loves Colombian vallenato. This music was born thousands of miles away from here, but each one of its elements–the rhythm, the accordion, the lyrical nostalgia–allow us to understand how it managed to grow roots in this city.


Mija Podcast is back with a special season: "Mija Música." This 6-episode fiction miniseries tells the story of Gavilán, a young man who lives in New York, but returns to his hometown of Monterrey for his grandfather's funeral. His Grandpa Lolo was a vallenato musician, and during Gavilán's visit he gradually threads the story of how Monterrey became so fond of this Colombian musical style that it became an essential part of the city's soundtrack.


New episodes will be released weekly starting September 14.



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Season: 4 Episode: 1

Gavilán lives in New York, but returns to his hometown of Monterrey, Mexico, for his grandpa Lolo’s funeral. Once there, he starts to discover that his grandfather, a famously stubborn musician who never wanted to leave the city, developed a fervent passion for Colombian vallenato.


CREDITS:


This show was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our excecutive producer is Lory Martinez.

Story, sound design and original music by Luis López.

Editorial direction by Lory Martinez, with editorial assistance from Maru Lombardo and Jeremías Juparez.

Our project coordinator is Catalina Hoyos.

Art by William Guevara.


Weekly recomendation:

“Barrio Bravo“, Celso Piña’s album. Celso is, no doubt, the best known vallenato and cumbia musician in Monterrey, and this album is one of his most iconic ones because of the way he plays around with the rythms to create something new.


Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @mijapodcast. If you enjoyed the show, leave us a comment on Apple Podcast. Till we meet again, with love and memories.



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Hi, Mija fans!


The fourth season of our show Ochenta Cuentos comes out September 22nd! Ochenta Cuentos is an anthology podcast that showcases short fiction stories from all Latin American.

This new season will share stories about animals and plants. We will publish 10 short stories from Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, Perú and Ecuador.


All of the episodes will be available on our feed in English and Spanish!


Follow us on social media to keep up with our news:


IG:  @ochentapodcasts

TikTok: @studioochenta

Twitter: @ochentapodcasts


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CREDITS:

Producer: Maru Lombardo

Assistant producer: Jeremías Juárez


Sound Design: Maru Lombardo


Hosted by: Maru Lombardo


Art by: Cacho Rubione (IG: @cachorubione)





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Episode: 2

In this episode, Gavilán wants to learn more about his abuelo, so he meets El Guacho, a vallenato musician and very close friend of Lolo’s. El Guacho tells him the story of the two rhythm instruments of cumbia and vallenato: the caja and the guacharaca, and how so many rhythms, and even a rather fortunate accident, trace their roots to these two sounds. 


This week’s recommendation is the music of Gabriel Duéñez. He’s a sonidero from Monterrey, and he’s the one to thank for the “accident” that gave life to the now beloved cumbia rebajada. Visit our website, that you can find in our shownotes, for links to his music.


CREDITS: 

This show was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our executive producer is Lory Martínez.

Story, sound mixing, and original music by me, Luis López.

Our creative director is Lory Martínez.

Additional script editing by Maru Lombardo and Jeremías Juárez.

Our production coordinator is Catalina Hoyos

And our art is by William Guevara.


¡Vote for us! Adventure in Atacama, the interactive show also produced by Studio Ochenta has been nominated for most inovative use of audio on this years Lovie Awards and if you liked the show, you can helpp us with your vote here: Lovie Awards.


Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MijaPodcast If you liked the show, leave us a comment and a review on Apple Podcasts

Until next time, with love and recuerdos.





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Season: 4 Episode: 3

In this episode, Gavilán catches up with a childhood friend, and accordionist named Paloma. She grew up listening to norteña music, and tells the story of how Lolo introduced her to vallenato, a musical style that found a new home in Monterrey, a city that already boasted a passion for the accordion.


CREDITS: 

This show was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our executive producer is Lory Martínez.

Story, sound mixing, and original music by me, Luis López.

Our creative director is Lory Martínez.

Additional script editing by Maru Lombardo and Jeremías Juárez.

Our production coordinator is Catalina Hoyos

And our art is by William Guevara.


This week’s recommendation is Los Vallenatos de la Cumbia. Founded in 1985 in Monterrey, they were the first musical group from Mexico to become commercially successful playing Colombian cumbia and vallenato. In their unique style, of course.


"Adventure in Atacama", the interactive podcast from Studio Ochenta has been nominated to a Lovie Award in the Most Innovative Podcast/Use of Audio caregory. And, with your vote, we can win! Vote here: Lovie Awards


Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MijaPodcast If you liked the show, leave us a comment and a review on Apple Podcasts

Until next time, with love and recuerdos.





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