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Season 9, Ep 101- The Land of Vikings (History, Geography, Culture, Cuisine & Petition)
Welcome to a brand new season. In today's episode, we will travel to the Land of Vikings, Iceland and discover some fun facts about the country. For eg:- Did you know that Icelanders listen to the most amount of heavy metal music in the world? To know more about heavy metal music, listen to Episode 97Like any other country in the world, Iceland too has some problems that require everyone's support. If you are an animal lover, you will be shocked to learn about what is happening with Icelandic Fin Whales. But, you can show your support to this cause by signing a petition.References:1. Encyclopaedia Britannica 2. Change.org3. WikipediaInstagram: @samarthchittaTwitter: @samarthchittaEmail: [email protected]
Ep 100- Grand Century Episode: A Look Back & Lessons for Podcasters
Yes! We are on our 100th episode. From May 22, 2020 to Apr 30, 2023, we have learned, shared and grown together. And in this episode, I will take you on a journey through these 3 years. I'm also very proud of the fact that I kept the podcast going through these 3 years. There are a lot of lessons that I learned in the process. If you are a looking to start a podcast or be consistent with any passion or project of yours, you may find some of these lessons useful.As we move into a brand new season and brand new format, I'm thankful to all of you for the support and feedback. Notes:1. Journey of an 11-year old podcaster- Samarth Chitta featured on The Habit Coach2. How to take criticism- Samarth Chitta featured on The Habit CoachInstagram: @samarthchittaTwitter: @samarthchittaEmail: [email protected]
Ep 99- Kidacity's New Avatar- All About Trinidad and Tobago (Geography, History, Culture, Cuisine and Change)
Welcome to the brand new identify of Kidacity where we will learn and take action together. The travel segment 1 country 10 amazing things has been one of my most popular segments. We are global citizens, afterall! Starting with the this episode, each week will learn about about one country or place in the world , the good, the bad and the ugly. As an 11 year old, I'm sure that my fellow Kidacity listeners are ready to learn all aspects of anything.This week, travel with me to Trinidad and Tobago and find out why it is so similar to India. Also, did you know the unvaccinated children have unequal education in this country? Listen in to find out and show support.Write to me [email protected] with a small note on why this change initiative means anything to you. You may be featured on my next podcast.Happy learning and happy action!Notes:1. Trinidad and Tobago2. Unequal education for unvaccinated childrenInstagram: @samarthchittaTwitter: @samarthchittaEmail: [email protected]
Ep 98- All About Chat GPT & Training Your Pet To Follow Commands
In the final episode before we give our show a makeover, I have brought back our popular segments- My Dog Yuki and Prepare For The Future.Does your pet respond to his/her name? Or give a signal when he/she wants to go outside to do their business? Some simple tricks and lot of treats can help you teach your dog how to follow simple commands. If you have not heard of ChatGPT by now or want to know what exactly it is, then tune into our prepare for the future segment.Instagram: @samarthchittaTwitter: @samarthchittaEmail: [email protected]
Ep 97- What is Heavy Metal Music & Know More About Our Constitution (Book Review)
As promised, I'm bringing back 2 of my popular segments in this episode- Tried and Tested and BookWorm.If you. have heard of bands such as Mettalica, Slayer or Guns N Roses, then you probably know about the genre of music that is called Heavy Metal. I did some research about this for my school project and found some amazing facts which you will also love knowing more about. That is our Tried and Tested segment for you.Next, in the bookworm segment, I will review the book called We, The Children Of India by Leila Seth. Since my birthday happens to be on the day the Constitution was officially adopted by India, this is a topic that has always been of interest to me.We are 3 episodes short of our century! Stay tuned as we unravel some big changes to the podcast. Notes:1. Heavy Metal Music2. We, The Children Of IndiaInstagram: @samarthchittaTwitter: @samarthchittaEmail: [email protected]
Welcome to Kidacity where kids learn and take action together. We all love travelling and exploring new places. In this podcast, I will take you to a new country/place in every episode. We will together discover the geography, history, culture and cuisine of that place. But, most importantly, I will also talk about a challenge that children in that country/city face. After all, we are global citizens and we should be aware of how children in other parts of the world are living.
I will also be speaking with some inspiring children and adults from time to time. All of the research, scripting and recording is done by me and I'm learning how to edit as well.
A little bit about me: I'm an 11 year old from Bengaluru, India and a student of Grade 5 in The International School Bengaluru. I love building structures with Jenga blocks, learning about planes, writing, my dog Yuki's nose and most of all, Japan. I research a lot about these topics and share what I learn with my family and friends.My parents encouraged me to write and I have published 2 books so far. The Talking Walking Tree and Konnichiwa Izumi: Adventures in 2040. Both of them are available on Amazon and at leading bookstores in India.
I will be grateful if you encourage me by listening to my podcast, reading my books and sharing your feedback with me.
You can write to me at [email protected] . or follow me on Instagram/Twitter @samarthchitta