Conference Interpreter, M.A. - German & English - Straight from Munich, Bavaria's global capital.
8 March 2017 | 29 mins 1 sec
Camille and the three gentlemen continue their discussion of gender issues in interpreting with a deep dive into Camille's research on the topic.
16 February 2017 | 30 mins
gender, interpreting, language, research
The three gentlemen have invited Camille Collard, an interpreter and researcher at Ghent University, to join them for a conversation about gender issues in interpreting. Is our profession female-dominated? Do men and women work differently? Listen in and find out.
15 December 2016 | 32 mins 12 secs
Jonathan and the two Alexanders come together for a final 2016 episode and look back at their first troublesome year in podcasting. Listen in as we revisit and rethink the topics we've covered this year and get a sneek peak at what's coming in 2017! Also featured: mulled wine, IKEA furniture and the Pound-Euro exchange rate.
24 October 2016 | 43 mins 7 secs
Jonathan and the two Alexanders discuss conferences - the ones they did or did not attend, why interpreters should attend them, the difference between and "academic" and "practical" ones and much more.
22 August 2016 | 46 mins 17 secs
interpreting, language, ted
We welcome a very special guest: Ewandro Magalhaes. Ewandro tells us how he made his super-successful TED-Ed video "How interpreters juggle two languages at once".
9 June 2016 | 53 mins 48 secs
booth, interpreter, interpreting, language, manners
The three troublemakers dive into the pitfalls of booth manners and interpreter etiquette, sharing a few stories along the way. Listen in!
6 May 2016 | 56 mins 10 secs
Jonathan and the two Alexanders are joined by tech-savvy interpreter Barry Olsen to take a deep dive into remote interpreting. What is it, what is it not? How will it change our work?
2 March 2016 | 52 mins 20 secs
burnout, interpreter, interpreting, language, stress
In the second instalment of our podcast, we talk about stress and burnout among interpreters.
13 February 2016 | 28 mins 57 secs
babelfish, interpreting, language, technology
Welcome to the first and inaugural episode of Troublesome Terps, a roundtable podcast of interpreters who take issue with anything and everything and who are not afraid to go figuratively and boldly where no interpreter has gone before. I am joined by Jonathan Downie and Alexander Gansmeier. Our topic in this episode: machine interpreting.