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What are you doing in Denmark is the podcast that helps you make Denmark makes sense. The name is inspired by "hvad laver du i Danmark," one of the most-heard questions for foreigners living amongst the Danes. This show delivers a blend of education, entertainment, and virtual group therapy from your hosts Derek Hartman and Annie Samples. Derek and Annie have been living in Denmark for years, although it was never the plan for either of them. They both relocated with their families and have ...
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Design - Made In Denmark

DI Kreative Erhverv

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Danmark er et design-land. Danske løsninger er måske nok dyrere end andre, men de er konkurrencedygtige, fordi de er veldesignede, brugervenlige, innovative og holdbare. Vi lever i en transformationstid, og vi er nødt til at ændre den måde, vi producerer, forbruger og arbejder på – og det kan vi ikke gøre uden design. Vores holdbare fremtid skal designes. Med Design podcasten her vil vi udbrede kendskabet til- og brugen af design gennem samtaler med nogle af Danmarks dygtigste designere og v ...
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How to Live in Denmark

Kay Xander Mellish

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Life as an international in Denmark, one of the world's most homogenous countries, isn't always easy. In Denmark’s longest-running English-language podcast, Kay Xander Mellish, an American who has lived in Denmark for more than a decade, offers tips for enjoying your time in “the world’s happiest country” plus insights on Danish culture and how to build friendships with Danes. Whether you're living in Denmark, thinking about moving to Denmark, or interested in a job in Denmark and want to un ...
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Death In Denmark

Bauer Media

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Death in Denmark revisits some of the most spectacular Danish homicide cases of our time, talking to those close to the crimes. Based on one of Denmark’s most popular true crime podcasts - Danske Drabssager - in each episode crime reporter Stine Bolther reviews a real-life murder case from start to finish. Going into the police investigation in depth, she explores the search for evidence, the reality of forensic science, and finally the conviction in court... Death in Denmark is produced by ...
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Tips, tricks, and cultural observations about the Danes and life in Denmark. From Copenhagen on the island of Sjaelland to Aarhus, Alborg and the far reaches of Jutland. I aspire to explore Denmark and to report back on Denmark's wonderful people, rich traditions and subtle quirks.
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Last Week in Denmark

Narcis George Matache

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Welcome to Last Week in Denmark's official podcast, produced by Wizmedia. Featuring Founder of Last Week in Denmark, Narcis George Matache and Broadcast Journalist, Wizzi Magnussen. SIGN UP to our Newsletter here: https://lastweekdk.substack.com/
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In this podcast, we’ll take you through the history as well as the future prospects of Urban Farming. The podcast is based upon the book “500 Years of Urban Farming in Denmark”, written by Dr. Paul Rye Kledal, who is educated as an agricultural economist. He has more than 20 years of professional experience as a researcher and governmental advisor within Urban Farming, recirculating aquaculture and aquaponics. Enjoy the history of Urban Farming in Denmark, a visit to the historical gardens o ...
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Danish culture can be pretty confusing, especially if you are not from Denmark. This podcast is on a mission to resolve cultural confusion in the country, and help anyone understand how people in this unique country think and behave. Co-hosts Sam Floy (British podcaster, "The Outsider") and Josefine Volqvartz (Danish TV journalist, "The Insider") speak to experts and members of the public to understand and explain why something so normal in Danish culture is confusing to outsiders. Rather th ...
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This week Mike is back in the hosting chair to interview Annie and Derek about their experiences as content creators in Denmark. You'll learn so much more about your weekly hosts and how Annie and Derek got into the influencer game and took their talents to What Are You Doing in Denmark. The discussion goes through the highs and lows of sharing you…
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Many countries have a fictional character who represents them. Uncle Sam for the USA, Marianne in France, Mother India. Others have a legendary figure, who was real at one point but is now shrouded in myth, like King Arthur in England. For Denmark, Holger Danske is both. He was probably real, although he didn’t live in Denmark. He was a Danish knig…
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Dansk design er kendetegnet ved et formstærkt design - et design der holder, og går i arv fra generation til generation. Design binder os således sammen; Vi sætter pris på de samme møbler som vores bedsteforældre - og de samme vandhaner... Og denne episode handler om vandhaner. Vandhaner med historie og minder - og et design der følger med tiden ve…
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Den 20. juni var AI Denmark-podcasten med til en workshop om AI, hvor deltagerne i fællesskab skulle forsøge at se 10 år ud i fremtiden, til 2034, og lave forskellige scenarier for hvordan AI på godt og ondt kunne komme til at påvirke vores private, professionelle og sociale liv – og endda også pitche firmaideer til de forskellige fremtidsscenarier…
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This week, comedian Conrad Molden is back at the table with Derek to shed some light on the high key rivalry between Jutland and Copenhagen. Having lived in Jutland or Jylland for over a decade, Conrad now calls Copenhagen home. As you can imagine, he is the perfect guest to share some cultural insights and culture clashes that he's felt living in …
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Mike Walsh is back this week to tell us a story about the time when Denmark won the European Football Championship. The story harkens back to the summer of 1992, when a non-qualifying Danish national football team was activated to play in the Euros and scraped their way to the championship. Mike retells the story in all of its glory, with interesti…
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This week Derek is joined by British comedian and friend of the show Conrad Molden to discuss the never-ending rivalry between Copenhagen and the rest of Denmark, namely Jutland. In his 11 years of life in Denmark, Conrad has spent the majority living in Jutland and recently moved to Copenhagen while still touring all over the country from Bornholm…
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I denne episode får jeg besøg af antropolog og arbejdsmarkedsforsker Mark Friis Hau fra Københavns Universitet. Han har netop forfattet en rapport om generativ AI og fremtidens arbejdsmarked, og har blandt andet set på hvordan de særlige danske forhold med stærke fagforeninger, overenskomstforhandlinger og flexicurity måske kan spille en rolle. Mar…
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In June of each year, the streets of Denmark are suddenly full of young people wearing stiff white caps with bands of various colors - burgundy, midnight blue, light blue. These teenagers have just graduated from gymnasium, the Danish equivalent of high school, and the white hat is a sign of that accomplishment. They wear the white hat everywhere t…
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This week, Derek and Annie are joined by Rachel Warren, who you may know from TikTok as SheIsLostInIkea. Rachel is living in Denmark after studying in Denmark twice. She first studied in Denmark as part of an exchange program while working towards her Bachelors degree which prompted her to pursue a Masters degree in Denmark. In this episode you'll …
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This week, Derek and Annie welcome back Mike Walsh to talk about what it’s really like to work in Denmark. As a former host of the show, Mike has not only worked in the studio, but has worked in Denmark as well as hiring and managing both Danish and international workers. He shares all of his insights of navigating the work culture in Denmark and a…
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Hvor ofte tænker du over emballage i hverdagen? sikkert mest når det er gået i stykker, er svært at åbne eller det er tomt og skal smides ud. For det meste fungerer det fuldstændigt gnidningsfrit, og du overvejer overhovedet ikke hvorfor det ser ud som det gør. Emballagedesigner Mette Staal fra DS Smith tænker rigtigt meget på emballage - og ikke k…
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Denne episode er en nyredigeret version af en tidligere udgivet episode om Plastindustriens designguide. Den indgår som del 2 i en 'triologi' som udgives på én gang om grøn omstilling og design. Første episode handler om ECO design. Der er alt for meget plast i havene. Det kan alle blive enige om. Men hvad man skal gøre ved det er knap så let at en…
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Hvad er ECO design, hvad kan det, og hvor møder man det som forbruger - og som virksomhed? det er nogle af de spørgsmål som denne episode prøver at belyse, i samtale med Louise Bünemann som er fagleder for miljøpolitik i Dansk Industri. Det er helt bevidst at der står 'prøver at belyse', for vi ved endnu ikke ikke hvad ECO design kommer til at inde…
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De store sprogmodeller som GPT4 og Gemini og Claude er efterhånden blevet ekstremt avancerede og kapable. Men måske har de alligevel nogle svagheder. Det er fx uklart og omdiskuteret hvilke data de er trænet på – og ikke mindst om de har haft ret til at bruge de store datasæt – og de engelske modeller kan også nogle gange havde udfordring med at sk…
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Thorbern Alexander Klingert, a Danish candidate for the EU Parliament, is back to talk with Derek about all the EU and US elections coming at us in 2024. As a candidate himself, Thorbern describes the issues that he wants to take to Brussels if he's sent there to represent Denmark. He also details his opinions on the upcoming elections in the Unite…
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This week, Derek is joined by Thorbern Alexander Klingert, a Danish candidate for the EU Parliament. He’s spent years advocating for the international community in Denmark to make sure they had information on voting, and he’s taking his passion for democracy to the next level - and hopefully to Brussels. As a candidate for the EU Parliament, Thorbe…
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Den tilsyneladende uafvendelige AI-bølge rammer naturligvis også skoler, gymnasier og andre uddannelsesinstitutioner, hvor man slås med truslen om snyd på steroider, men hvor man også mange steder har kastet sig over at udforske, hvordan man kan undervise i og med AI. Det mener de i hvert fald på Odense Tekniske Gymnasium, hvor første hold af eleve…
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This week, Derek and Annie welcome back Mike - a What Are You Doing in Denmark OG! Around the table, your hosts and former host discuss all the things that would have been nice to know before moving to Denmark. Of course some pleasant surprises are in the mix, and the goal is to have some laughs and share some advice, including the things that are …
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We’re back with part two of our conversation with Andres Artiles Jerrik, who has been working closely with Danish musical acts like Reiley, Aura Dione, and SABA on their Eurovision visuals and music. We discuss what makes a good Eurovision song - broad popularity or staying true to the local culture of the nation it represents and what the Danish a…
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This week Derek is joined by Andres Artiles Jerrik, a stylist, designer, author, and TV personality. He spills all the tea about putting his talents behind Denmark’s most recent efforts in the Eurovision Song Contest. You’ll hear him talk about his songwriting, which was displayed at this year’s Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, Denmark’s national Eurovisio…
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Værktøjer som ChatGPT, Copilot og Gemini kan være fristende at bruge – men man skal have styr på sin sikkerhed – ligesom med alle andre it-løsninger. Og især i firmaer og organisationer bør LLM-sikkerhed afgjort være på dagsordenen. Det gælder både vurdering af selve modellerne man bruger, udefrakommende manipulation af prompts, hvilke firmadata ma…
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Derek and Annie are back with Nanna Hauch, a licensed family and couples therapist who specializes in helping the international community in Denmark. Annie receives advice on how families can stay connected to their own culture while integrating into Danish society. Nanna shares some of the challenges that her family faced while living abroad and w…
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Hvordan designer man en opfattelse? Og kan man overhovedet det? Og hvad er helt afgørende, når man skal bygge et brand? Det ved denne episodes gæst Mads Elleberg Petersen, CEO og partner i designbureauet e-Types en masse om. Vi kommer også omkring, hvilken rolle både fornemmelsen, bevidsthed og fornuft spiller i arbejdet med design – og hvorfor det…
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If you’re only in Denmark for a few months, it might not be worth the investment in time to learn much more than the basic pleasantries in Danish. But you plan to stay in Denmark for more than a year or so, it’s a good idea to learn some Danish – and your visa may require that you do so. Even if you’re not forced to, it’s a good idea to learn Danis…
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This week, Nanna Hauch aka the Expat Hero, joins Derek and Annie to address an important topic - mental health for foreigners living in Denmark. She discusses the unique mental health challenges that the international community in Denmark is faced with. Nanna brings her expertise as a licensed psychotherapist to the What Are You Doing in Denmark co…
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This week, Mike Walsh is back in the hosting chair with Derek and special guest Chico Muya. As a fellow international living in the Nordics, Chico pumps out hilarious content sharing his experiences as a South African in Finland. He brings the same energy to this week’s episode as Derek, Mike and Chico share laughs about nudity, making friends, and…
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Det er knap halvandet år siden ChatGPT blev lanceret, og bølgen af AI er skyllet ind over mange brancher – inklusive journalistikken, hvor både researchere, journalister, podcastere, redaktører, grafikere, fotografer og andre på godt og ondt har oplevet at generativ AI er blevet en del af hverdagen. Men måske er vi alligevel ikke kommet særlig lang…
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Lyndsay Jensen, the founder and editor of The International, is back in the studio with Annie and Derek to talk about the political changes in how foreigners in Denmark are treated and perceived. She recently spoke at Folkemødet on the needs of internationals living in Denmark and their important place in the Danish economy and society at large. In…
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I denne episode skal det handle om vejret og selvfølgelig om hvordan machine learning og AI kan hjælpe med at lave vejrudsigter og prognoser. Google, Nvidia og Huawei har alle præsenteret AI-vejrmodeller som metodisk gør helt op med de kendte vejrmodeller, som typisk baserer sig på simulationer af atmosfæren og matematiske ligninger. Vi har besøg a…
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Annie and Derek are joined this week by Lyndsay Jensen, the founder and editor of The International, an online magazine dedicated to helping foreigners living in Denmark find their way. Lyndsay shares her story of moving to Denmark after growing up as a Brit living in South Africa. You could say she’s been an expat her whole life. After a decade of…
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Can potential employers ask you if you plan to have kids? Why do job interviews feel so informal in Denmark? Is there bias or racism in the hiring process? Leslea Petersen, the Founder and CEO of English Job Denmark is back at the table with Derek and Annie to answer all of your questions on finding a job and working in Denmark. She offers advice o…
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A story I’ve heard over and over again when I talk to internationals working in Denmark is this: They thought they were going to get fired. They’d been working for a year or so at professional-level job in Denmark, often one they’d been recruited for, but they’d never heard any positive comments from their manager. They started to worry. They were …
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Der er næppe tvivl om at brugen af kunstig intelligens bringer mange problemer med sig. Det som virker smart på whiteboardet kan hurtigt blive ramt af både tekniske, juridiske og etiske bomber under systemet. Der bliver talt meget om hvordan vi skal gøre AI mere gennemskueligt, og hvordan vi skal sikre os at de svar algoritmerne giver er korrekte. …
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Why doesn’t your CV get any response from Danish employers? How do your skills and certifications land you a job in Denmark? Is there any hope for landing a job in the Danish workforce? This week, Annie and Derek are joined by Leslea Petersen, the Founder and CEO of English Job Denmark. She tells her story of how she found herself living in Denmark…
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Hvad har vinduer med det design at gøre? Det taler jeg med Lone Feifer og Jakob Nørregård om. De er arbejder begge i Velux som henholdsvis arkitekt og designer - og med stor passion for det kunderne køber, når de køber nye vinduer - nemlig lys og luft. Design har altid haft stor betydning for Velux og historisk har der været stor opfinderlyst, med …
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This week, Annie and Derek continue their conversation about making friends in Denmark and why it’s so hard. Annie discusses the mixed emotions of relief and overwhelm she feels when visiting her native United States, and jumping back into a very social culture with different social boundaries. She also explains why her son struggled to socialize w…
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I denne episode ser vi nærmere på deepfakes og ikke mindst på de juridiske aspekter af fænomenet – fra personlighedsret til de strafferetlige forhold. Deepfakes er en teknologi, der bruger kunstig intelligens til at skabe overbevisende billeder, lyd og video, hvor en persons ansigt eller stemme bliver erstattet med en andens. Afhængig af omstændigh…
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How do you make friends in a country where locals prefer not to talk to anyone they don’t already know? The Expat Insider Survey ranks Denmark 53rd out of 53 countries in the subcategory of finding friends and 66% of those surveyed reported it challenging to make friends with locals when moving abroad to Denmark. While it’s not impossible to make c…
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Derek and Annie are once again joined by comedian, Conrad Molden, to discuss Janteloven. The three practice ‘Jante Math’ (a spin on the online trend of ‘Girl Math’) by praising each other’s achievements and downplaying them in true Janteloven fashion. Why was it so uncomfortable for them? Discussion about the moment in history that the concept was …
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I denne episode ser vi nærmere på brugen af AI i advokatbranchen. I juni sidste år fik den amerikanske advokat Steven Schwartz ørerne i maskinen, da det viste sig at han havde fået hjælp af ChatGPT i forberedelsen til en af sine sager. Flere af de retssager som ChatGPT fandt frem til Steven Schwartz og hans hold var det pure opspind. ChatGPT havde …
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This week Derek and Annie are joined by comedian, Conrad Molden, to tackle a source of culture clash and confusion for people moving to Denmark - Janteloven. The trio define the unofficial “Laws of Jante” and how the social code came to be so pervasive in Danish culture and Scandinavia at large. Particularly, the ramifications for international res…
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This week’s episode dives right back into our topic of being a trailing spouse when moving to Denmark. In it, Annie and Derek continue covering the unique challenges of following your partner to another country and how it can impact the relationship. They share the lessons they’ve learned along the way and how this massive change could have been a …
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Femtech er teknologi – gadgets, apps og tjenester – der er målrettet kvinder. Det kan være små devices der kan hjælpe med at forudsige at der er en hedetur på vej, apps som kan lave analyser af hvornår brugeren har ægløsning, eller "bare" almindelige tjenester som handler om at tracke sundhed og aktivitet, men som har særlig fokus på kvinders fysio…
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Life as a “trailing spouse” is mostly incredible, and looks like it from the outside. Still, it’s full of challenges, emotional ups and downs, and can put a strain on relationships and families. Derek and Annie have been through it, and open up about their life after moving to Denmark for their partners. This episode will help you understand the ch…
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Whether you're navigating the cobbled streets of Copenhagen on a first date, exploring the charming countryside with a new companion, or swiping right in the pursuit of love, this episode offers the inside scoop on Danish dating culture. We explore different facets of the Danish dating scene, from casual meet-ups in cozy bodegas to the commitment i…
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Det kræver en fokuseret indsats at betjene så bred en kundebase som DSB gør hver eneste dag, året rundt. Det er en indsats som DSBs designteam er med til at drive, og opgaverne er mildest talt varierede! Fra praktiske opgaver, som at finde ud af hvordan svagtseende bedre kan se og læse skiltene på stationen og togene her og nu, til at forberede for…
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Author Keri Bloomfield joins Derek and Mike for more real talk about living in Denmark and how it taught her how to be more of herself. Sharing stories from her new book, Nothing Like a Dane, they discuss the difficulties of learning the Danish language and Danish culture as internationals in Denmark. The episode focuses on the long journey to real…
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Som mange nok husker, så var der i starten af december sidste år temmelig meget tovtrækkeri i de sidste forhandlinger om den såkaldte AI Act, altså den europæiske forordning om kunstig intelligens. Hele 37 timer skulle parterne sidde omkring bordet, helt op til deadline – og lidt over – før de blev enige, blandt andet om hvordan man overhovedet ska…
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Author Keri Bloomfield joins Derek and Mike for some real talk about moving to Denmark, what Denmark gets right and wrong about integration, and the stories that inspired her new book, Nothing Like a Dane. Together they discuss the realities of life in Denmark for foreigners - both the good and the bad, as well as our thoughts on why Denmark has no…
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