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May 25, 2019

Queen Victoria: born May 24th two hundred years ago stood 4 feet 11 inches, and she reigned over England and its empire for more than sixty years. There is Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Square in Athens, Greece. And the site of today’s Nasha Kasha episode: Victoria British Columbia.  Now meet...

May 16, 2019

In Ukraine, a newly elected President needs to build consensus with his parliament.  The largest voting block is loyal to the man the new president recently unseated. But parliamentary elections are only five months away.  

May 11, 2019

Today Nasha Kasha salutes volunteer emergency relief workers.   Placed “amidst the ruins” they save lives, offer survivors support, bury the dead, and they work to safeguard communities from future disasters.


May 7, 2019

This week Nasha Kasha tells three stories about Ukrainian life in Phoenix, Arizona.  One interviewee is a little bit cool to this whole being Ukrainian thing.  Another, who is not Ukrainian is warming up to a brand new embrace.  And a family of three feels "just right".  Welcome to episode 153:  the Goldilocks...

May 4, 2019

 Early achievement in mathematics is a strong predictor of later academic achievement. This week Nasha Kasha introduces us to two math educators, who tell us how teaching math squares with the root of their Ukrainian culture.