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Episodes

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.28 | A Bulgarian Who Moved to Ukraine Under War

    20/09/2022 Duration: 27min

    The war Russia has started against Ukraine yet affects not only the lives of the Ukrainians. We recorded a live talk with Petko from Bulgaria, who was able to help thousands of Ukrainian refugees who fled to his homeland because of the Russian shelling. Since then, he made a radical decision to move to Ukraine, where the war is still going on. Petko has seen with his own eyes what happened to Bucha, Irpin, and other small towns in Kyiv oblast under the Russian occupation. Now he continues his volunteering activities from Kyiv. The podcast was created with the support of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ukraine. You can also support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.27| Starting New Academic Year in Ukraine

    09/09/2022 Duration: 20min

    This year, due to martial law and the threat of Russian shelling, only half of the schools will open in Ukraine. Those that will offer offline classes must have a shelter where children should hide in case of an air raid. Today we have stories from a teacher, a mother of two, and a university vice-chancellor about the beginning of a new academic year in Ukraine. The podcast was created with the support of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ukraine. The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Anastasiia Levkova, Nadiia Hulchuk. You can support our work as an independent media and podcast platform on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.26 | A Man Who Managed to Leave the Occupied Territory

    27/08/2022 Duration: 18min

    This is the story of one man. But there are thousands of such stories from Ukrainian territories that are currently occupied by Russia. Today's hero left his home in June. We cannot state his first and last name for security reasons - his relatives still live under occupation. Let’s call him Oleg. He used to work as a school principal. He was afraid that one day armed Russians would come to his home and take him to the basement... You can support our work as an independent media and podcast platform on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Joe Williams.

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.25 | The Hopes of Ukrainian High School Grads

    18/08/2022 Duration: 20min

    2300 educational institutions suffered from shelling, most located in the Donetsk and Kharkiv regions, according to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Today's episode is dedicated to Ukrainian high school graduates – children who grew up quickly after the 24th of February. You can support our work as an independent media and podcast platform on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Joe Williams, Anna Romandash. Here we used recordings from YouTube channel Ukrinform TV

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.24 | Global Food Security: Stories of Ukrainian Farmers

    11/08/2022 Duration: 15min

    Every fifth ton of Ukrainian wheat goes to bread baking in the countries of the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia, but because of the Russian invasion, these volumes of products largely disappeared from the world market. Today we tell you about how Ukrainian farmers operate during the war and how Russia threatens the world using food blokade as a weapon. Support `UA: The Day That We Survived` on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Joe Williams, Petro Trots. Here we used recordings from YouTube channels of Daily Ukraine and Nature Soundscapes, and Twitter of MFA of Ukraine

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | Trailer | 2 season

    10/08/2022 Duration: 01min

    In Season 1 we, as Urban Space Radio, together with dozens of volunteers created 23 episodes about Ukrainians who have been holding Russia's invasion for 5 months. Now we continue our work so that you stay updated on what is happening in Ukraine, and moreover, how russia`s war affects the world. You can support our work as an independent media and podcast platform on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.23 |Occupation of Luhansk region and missile attacks on civilians

    26/07/2022 Duration: 23min

    Today we have audios from residents of Kremenchuk, Lysychansk and Podilsk in Odesa region. We asked people there how their life (or life war balance) is today. What is it like to continue living, despite the constant danger and pain? You can support Podcast UA: The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.22 | Repair together

    02/07/2022 Duration: 17min

    This episode is about Repair Together. A Volunteer Initiative that unites young people who go to the villages that have suffered from the fighting and restore them. There have been several trips like that to the Chernihiv region. Dubbing in English was read by: Tom Cox, Nadia Mykhalevych, Petro Trots, Nadiia Hulchuk. You can support Podcast UA: The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 21

    20/06/2022 Duration: 17min

    Civilian planes have not flown in Ukraine since February 24. Now Ukrainians have to spend tens of hours on trains or buses to go abroad, but not for traveling or leisure. Today's episode is about Ukrainians who met a full-scale war abroad. Some hurried back, and some decided to stay and help from there. You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 20

    28/05/2022 Duration: 14min

    In this episode, we talk about women who have fled their homes to relatively safe cities. In order to keep fit and communicate, they come together and support each other. You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 19

    20/05/2022 Duration: 21min

    The Pulitzer prizes have honoured the journalists of Ukraine. Ukrainian journalists often have to work in extremely difficult circumstances. Some of them are working under fire, and some have been forced to leave their occupied cities. In more than two months, Russian invaders have killed more than 20 Ukrainian and foreign journalists. We have recorded for you three Ukrainian journalists who continued to do their job boldly and professionally during the war. You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 18

    07/05/2022 Duration: 24min

    10 million hryvnias in 3.5 hours have been raised by showman and philanthropist Serhiy Prytulа for a bayraktar drone.  Stefania from the precarpathian region has sheltered 25 people from Kharkiv, Kyiv and Kryvyi Rih in her house. Social networks are spreading jokes that there is still no nuclear warhead in Ukraine just because nobody has asked volunteers for it yet. Today's episode, as you might have found out, is dedicated to Ukrainian volunteers.You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 17

    25/04/2022 Duration: 29min

    Many companies are located in the active combat zone and were forced to either evacuate to safe regions or stop operations. Nevertheless, Ukrainian business continues to work wherever possible, pay taxes and provide the country with resources needed to continue its defense in wartimeYou can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 16

    16/04/2022 Duration: 24min

    In these difficult times, millions of ukrainians were forced to flee their homes. We have already talked about those who went abroad, about those saving animals in zoos and eco-parks, and today we are talking about pets. These are our friends, whom we bought and packed in carry-ons, boxes, jars, and cars. For some of them, this was the first trip in their lives. But some people, fleeing the shelling, left their pets on the street. That is such a terrible truth because this is a real war. You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 15

    08/04/2022 Duration: 16min

    For the last couple of days, we have been shocked by what happened in Bucha. Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel, Motyzhyn and other towns and cities where Russian soldiers stayed have been destroyed and robbed. Should we remind how those cities were happy, self-sufficient and peaceful until the 24th of February? But the war continues and many other cities continue to suffer from the russians. In this episode, Oksana from Mariupol and Sasha from Kyiv are talking about their life, hometowns and emotions. You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 14

    02/04/2022 Duration: 23min

    Ukrainian audio journalists have come together to feature what is really happening in Ukraine by sharing only verified information and real stories of people. In this episode the podcast host Kateryna Lytvynchova is talking about her hometown Mariupol. The city is located on the coast of the Azov Sea, in the south-eastern area of Ukraine, in Donetsk Oblast. It is a major port,an industrial center of the country, and, most importantly, my home. Mariupol received a status of a hero-city on the 6th of March 2022. This rank manifests acts of heroism and resilience of the city’s inhabitants during fighting Russia's armed aggression against Ukraine. You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 13

    30/03/2022 Duration: 22min

    Ukrainian audio journalists have come together to feature what is really happening in Ukraine by sharing only verified information and real stories of people. This episode is about animals and their salvation during the war. We talk about zoos, menageries, the rescue of bears and bats. Two kangaroos died in Kharkiv. Zoos are under occupation in the Kyiv region and Berdyansk. The situation with animals during the war differs from case to case — sometimes people save only themselves because of hopelessness.  Dubbing in English was read by: Noah Fulton Beale, Anna Romandash, Anastasia Levkova You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 12

    24/03/2022 Duration: 28min

    Ukrainian audio journalists have come together to feature what is really happening in Ukraine by sharing only verified information and real stories of people. This episode is about people who took up arms after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, although they didn’t have any combat experience and never served in the army before. Today's heroes are mostly humanities graduates who never thought that they would fight. You can support Podcast UA:The day that we survived here: https://www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 11

    22/03/2022 Duration: 15min

    Ukrainian audio journalists have come together to feature what is really happening in Ukraine by sharing only verified information and real stories of people. In today’s episode we are figuring out is it all Russians to be blamed for the war? Also Serhiy, Nelya and Sasha are sharing their experience about the situation in their cities. You can support Podcast UA: The day that we survived here: www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

  • UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | episode 10

    18/03/2022 Duration: 35min

    Ukrainian audio journalists have come together to feature what is really happening in Ukraine by sharing only verified information and real stories of people. Since the beginning of the war, 108 children have died in Ukraine, and more than 120 have been injured. More than 3 million people have already fled from Ukraine to other countries. We asked them, mostly women with children, to share their stories with us. You can support Podcast UA: The day that we survived here: www.patreon.com/UAThedaythatwesurvived

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