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16. Women in Business
'What caught my eye' - Zombie therapy, mystery meat, a president under friendly fire and the world's longest song.
Women in Business - Rafaela Leitão, Viviane Ângelo and Sandra Gioffi talk about what it takes to be a leader, and how it's different for girls.
'English Guru' - unraveling the mysteries of the Present Perfect
15. The Warbler
'What caught my eye' - Amazon saviors, gilded specs, calcified penis, budgetry sadness and an update on footballers gone bad.
Interview - Singer-songwriter Haikaa talks about being a "3rd culture kid", multiculturism, the challenges of launching new content in a digital age, and her latest projects.
'English Guru' - common expressions using body parts.
14. The Beery Exec
'What caught my eye' - Alien invaders, another record breaker, coronavirus boate protocol and when not to put your finger in the pie...
Interview - Global IT executive, Ana Rizzo talks about what it's like to be a female at the top of a leading multinational.
'English Guru' - dealing with modals...
13. Brazilians Abroad - London
'What caught my eye' - Record-breakers at 11 and 100, Belgian potato pride, and some unlikely NFL bandits
Brazilian's Abroad - Rodrigo and Roberta Canepari describe what it's like to be a Brazilian in London....
'English Guru' - getting to grips with prefixes
12. Pandemonium - Going Viral
Jay & Gee check-in for an update on surviving the corona-virus with some of the whackier pandemic news items.
Special Guest Elle makes her debut and explains how five-year-olds fill their time during lockdown.
11. Brazilians Abroad - Toronto
'What caught my eye' - a footballer takes a dive, a werewolf takes to the sky, a road takes a wrong turn, and a hyena accepts an unusual job.
Brazilian's Abroad - Vinicius Xavier describes learning to live with the cold of Canada's east coast
'English Guru' - lost in translation - a Google tip put to the test
10. The Headhunter
'What caught my eye' - the Carnival buzz, property prices and an Indian murder mystery
Interview - executive search consultant Renata Vasconcelos talks about what she looks for in a CEO
'English Guru' - some tricky transitive and intransitive verbs
9. Cultural Differences
'What caught my eye' - Airline etiquette, equality for men, hawking haggis and more deadly beer.
Cultural Differences - Jay & Gee discuss some of the quirks of living in Brazil.
'English Guru' - UK v USA vocabulary - some common terms compared
8. The Fiddler
'What caught my eye' - Mexican beer virus, a prison break and a Duke incommoded
Interview - violinist Peter Harris discusses playing Bluegrass in São Paulo and how not to order paçoca!
'English Guru' - so v such, and prepositions of time
7. The Economist
'What caught my eye' - Airport rankings, mystery mogul, Rapunzel Syndrome and more dung
Interview - economist Tales Rabelo answers the questions we've been dying to ask
'English Guru' - a versus an, and hope versus wish
6. The Style Counsel
'What caught my eye' - speeds traps and banana skins, plus a Brazilian expression explained
Interview - personal stylist Carlos Marinho talks about the difference between fashion and style
'English Guru' - tricky plurals and pronouncing that terrible 'th'
5. Brazilian Expressions II
'What caught my eye' - Neo visits Mogi, Jay visits Colorado, the Selic slides and the British vote
'Dar uma bronca' - Brazilian Expressions II and their US/UK equivalents
'English Guru' - silent but deadly (words with silent letters)
'What caught my eye' - Leo the Arsonist, crypto-criminals and elephant dung!
Interview - lawyer Pablo Jacinto talks about jacking it all in and travelling the world
'English Guru' - the subject-verb agreement face-off!
3. US Film School
'What caught my eye' - Uber woes and visa joy
Interview - Luiza Simon discusses what it's like to go to Film School in the USA
'English Guru' - pronouncing 'call' and spot the non-countable noun
2. Brazilian Expressions!
'What caught my eye' - STF ruling, legalized weed, dodgy cachaça and dying on the job!'
'Pra inglês ver' - Brazilian expressions and their US/UK equivalents
'English Guru' - spelling 'perceive' and 'make v do'
1. Why We Are Here
'What caught my eye' - Trump, Route 66, bank robbers, Brexit and dengue!
'Why we are here' - who are hosts Jay and Gee and how did they end up in São Paulo?
'English Guru' - pronouncing 'world' and '14 v 40'
Full version of the podcast soundtrack - something to keep you cheerful!