Marta is a 30-year-old woman who lives in Porto. Follow along as she describes her busy daily routine.
Manuel is an international relations student applying for his first job. Let’s see how his interview goes!
Meet Filipe and follow along with his weekly routine to see how this young Portuguese man goes about his daily life.
Marta and António meet randomly in Lisbon and have an interesting conversation about their lives and professions.
Daily routines: tedious for some, but essential for others. Embrace our customs by following along with a typical Portuguese daily routine.
Maria joins João and Pedro to talk about all the ambitions a girl can have in the 21st century.
At an age when they have to start planning their futures, João and Pedro try to figure out their ideal occupations.
Overwhelmed with work, Patrícia curbs Hugo’s expectations when it comes to planning family holidays.
A boss finds out the hard way that it takes more than words to keep employees satisfied.
Sara shares her upcoming business trip plans with her husband Fernando, who can’t hide his envy.
Miguel reminds João of the difference between book smart and street smart and also shares some big news.
Miguel tells João about his new job working at a restaurant.
Patrícia has a major headache after completing another big project at work.
After an unexpected workplace tragedy, employees gather to mourn the loss of a very important team member.
Animator Wayne Wilson is back at it again, in this third episode of our Pizza Na Hora series (previously audio-only). Márcio o Brasileiro calls in once again to everyone’s favourite Portuguese pizzeria, but this time to ask the owner for a job. Will they be able to overcome their cultural differences and work together? Watch […]
Márcio o Brasileiro calls in once again to everyone’s favourite Portuguese pizzeria, but this time to ask the owner for a job. Will they be able to overcome their cultural differences and work together? Have a listen and find out in this 3rd episode of Pizza Na Hora!
You’re unemployed in Portugal and you don’t know what to say in a job interview? This episode could be for you! The idea came from an email from a member (Obrigado Oleg!) who would like to hear a more formal dialogue in a professional context. This is our version, we hope you like it!
What’s your favorite day of the week? Listen to the article and show us a picture of your worst “cara de segunda-feira”!