Today #IreneConAmigos gets really really HOT.Irene, Agnieszka and special guest Emilie will give you some serious tip to use Tinder like a Latin Lover.😏
Very special guest today at Irene con amigos! Very famous psychologist from University of Tallinn will be in the studio to answer questions about problems in relationship! Send your questions to Irene and Agnieszka, they will ask Doc. Marleen!
Irene goes random…con Amigos! Don’t miss the Special Episode of our very famous Radio Show and brace yourselves for the most unforgettable Valentine’s Day ever!
Irene goes random…con Amigos! 💖Don’t miss the Special Episode of our very famous Radio Show and brace yourselves for the most unforgettable Valentine’s Day ever!💖
Many artists have compared love to different things. But what is love? In this episode, Filip, Sacha and Marleen try to explore some of the ways in which songwriters have responded to this big question.
Perfect bodies, clever minds: how could you not love Greek women and men? Lucky you, there’s #IreneConAmigos to show you the way through the mysteries of αγάπη!
How is sweetness represented in music? In this episode of Music Odyssey, Filip, Sacha and Arianna try to answer this question by listening to different songs that are out there. This special episode is dedicated to our friend and ACT volunteer Clément Lebrun on the occasion of his birthday!
It can be difficult to reincorporate to the love market after a break. 💔😩But don’t worry! Irene con amigos is here to help you! 💃
Dreams are very important for most people. Have you ever wondered how the theme of dreams could be expressed through music? Then you have come to the right place! In this episode of Music Odyssey, Filip, Sacha and guest Manuela talk about dreamy songs, the expression of dreams in music, and their own dreams. Enjoy and dream on!
We might perceive Mother’s Day as a modern phenomenon, but celebrations of mothers and motherhood itself actually go back many years. Mother’s day origin dates back to the age of Ancient Romans and the Greek. Over two millennia ago, the Greek dedicated this day to maternal goddesses that were held in the annual festival during the spring season.