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Listen in on the inspiring weekly messages from Loftstofan Baptistakirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland, located at Fagraþing 2A, Kópavogur, Iceland, 8.5 km southeast of downtown Reykjavik. Come by for a visit! Everyone is welcome! Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a. https://www.facebook.com/watch/Loftstofan/
 
Halló! Kvikmyndapod is a film discussion podcast that journeys through the cinema of 21st century Iceland celebrating the unique films and film-makers from this most magical of countries. Each week Rob (a big fan of Iceland) and Ellie (a relative newbie to all things Iceland) tackle a single movie and chat about it. From comedies to documentaries to horror films, the podcast looks at what makes them specifically Icelandic as well as how they fit into the wider world of film.
 
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One Minute Icelandic

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Learn Icelandic in minutes! How would you like to be able to use the basics of Icelandic confidently and accurately? With One Minute Icelandic you can learn to do just that in short, easy-to-follow video lessons. You’ll learn just enough Icelandic to express yourself in a variety of situations, and the course is the perfect starting point to get a taste of this wonderful language.
 
An independent weekly podcast, focusing on solved true crime cases in Iceland. This podcast is in two languages, Icelandic and English, and is hosted by Margret Bjorns - an Icelandic true crime enthusiast with a particular interest in human nature, psyche, and behaviour. For further information, visit www.icelandictruecrimes.com.
 
Why is Iceland the fastest growing island in the North Atlantic? Why is Iceland on dry land? Dr Dave McGarvie takes us on a geographically complex field trip to discover Iceland's new land. McGarvie explains how different types of basalts eruptions help build the crust of Iceland. This material forms part of The Open University course S339, Understanding the continents.
 
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Ever wondered what its like to live in Iceland? Ever wondered what its like to work as sex educator? Ever wondered what its like to be a woman? ...How about an Icelandic female sex educator?! Welcome to the wonderful, and weird, world of Sigga Dögg the Icelandic sexologist. You will accompany her on her travels as she delivers sex ed all over Iceland to kids, teens and adults and she will share her thoughts on all and any matter under the sun and beyond. But mostly in Iceland. So if you answ ...
 
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Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson observes the first week of Advent with a study of faith. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. If you live in Iceland, or plan on visiting soon, make plans to worship with us in person!…
 
I’m excited to announce the opportunity for you to win a trip to Iceland. I teamed up with Go Car Rental Iceland to bring a little bit more extra magic to this holiday season. Below are all the details for the giveaway. The Winner of a Trip to Iceland will Receive: A 4×4 SUV rental for 7-days from Go Car Rental Iceland A $700 flight voucher An auth…
 
Winter in Iceland can range from a somewhat calm wnter wonderland to blizzard like conditions that force you to stay off the road. Even though the temperatures here are milder than what most peple assume (an average of around 0 degrees celsius in Reykjavik), packing appropriately for winter in Iceland is crucial for staying warm and dry. Just note …
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson observes the first week of Advent by examining the peace that Christ offers the world. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. If you live in Iceland, or plan on visiting soon, make plans to worship with…
 
Guest minister Andy Lomax from Maryland (USA) looks into the world of Biblical miracles. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. If you live in Iceland, or plan on visiting soon, make plans to worship with us in person!…
 
Halló! And so another journey through the cinema of Iceland ends. For this final episode of series four, Rob and Ellie discuss the multi-narrative drama 'Life in a Fishbowl' from 2014. Baldvin Z's second feature follows the lives of three Icelanders living in Reykjavik and the ways in which they influence each other, for better or worse. One is a s…
 
I’m delving into a fascinating and kind of scary possibility. Vík í Mýrdal is a small town in South Iceland that has become a popular place for tourists to stop to see the area’s famous black sand beach, to stay the night if they need accommodations, and so on. However, most visitors don’t know about the potential danger that looms over this town o…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. If you live in Iceland, or plan on visiting soon, make plans to worship with us in person!…
 
Halló! This week, Rob and Ellie return to Reykjavik and to the documentary format for Gaukur Úlfarsson's 'Gnarr', a film in which famous Icelandic comedian Jón Gnarr sets up a satirical political party and runs for Mayor of Reykjavík! Over the course of four months Gnarr transforms from joke candidate to favourite, and his outlook and intentions ch…
 
In this post/podcast episode, I’m sharing some common expensive mistakes that many travelers in Iceland make unknowingly. If you’ve already planned a trip here, then you’re well aware that traveling to and around Iceland can quickly drain money from your bank account. While it’s true that the country is quite expensive, your experience doesn’t have…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. If you live in Iceland, or plan on visiting soon, make plans to worship with us in person!…
 
Meg Matich is a poet and translator in Reykjavik. She earned her Master’s of Fine Arts from Columbia University and has received support for her work from the Banff Centre, PEN America, and the Fulbright Commission, and she is a frequent collaborator with Reykjavik UNESCO and a friend of UNESCO Lviv. Meg is the author of the poetry chapbook COLD (2…
 
Halló! In this week's minisode Rob and Ellie journey, via Denmark, to the south east of Iceland, by way of the BFI London Film Festival! In a non-spoiler discussion, they chat about the one Icelandic movie that was shown as part of the festival in 2022. One of only eight films in Official Competition! GODLAND Directed by Hlynur Pálmason Written by …
 
This week I am sharing some fun and easy winter day trips from Reykjavík that you can enjoy during your visit. The days have become noticeably shorter and soon the nights will be very long, which is something that Icelandic winter is known for. While it is more than possible to travel the ring road (the road that goes around the whole country) of I…
 
Ohimai Kelvin continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. If you live in Iceland, or plan on visiting soon, make plans to worship with us in person!…
 
Halló! And Happy Halloween! To celebrate spooky season, Rob and Ellie bring together two recent Icelandic B-Movie horror-comedies. First up is Elvar Gunnarsson’s trippy 'It Hatched' in which a baby is born from an egg laid by a human woman in a guesthouse in a remote fjord. If that doesn't sounds bonkers, then the rest of the film will do the convi…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. If you live in Iceland, or plan on visiting soon, make plans to worship with us in person!…
 
Auður Jónsdóttir is one of the most accomplished and influential authors writing in Iceland today. Her novels have inspired interest in Iceland, as well as abroad, for their rare blend of incisive frankness and humor. She won the Icelandic Literary Prize for The People in the Basement and the Icelandic Women’s Literature Prize for Secretaries to th…
 
Halló! Week two finds Rob and Ellie heading a third of the way round the country, from the south towards the Westfjords, for 'Rams' director Grímur Hákonarson's second feature film 'The County'. Arndís Hrönn Egilsdóttir plays Inga, one half of a farming couple left to fight a local farming co-op for their bullying and shady keep-it-in-the-community…
 
Iceland is considered the safest and most peaceful country in the world according to the Global Peace Index published by the Institute for Economics and Peace. However, this doesn’t mean that there aren’t things that visitors to the country need to keep in mind when traveling around the country. Unfortunately, there are mistakes made by tourists ea…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
Halló! Rob and Ellie reconvene for a fourth go around the cinema of Iceland! This week it's a return to the work of Baltasar Kormákur and his 2012 drama, based on real-life events, The Deep. Ólafur Darri Ólafsson plays Gulli, a fisherman living on the island of Heimaey in the south of Iceland, whose boat capsizes. What happens next is a remarkable …
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
Lokasenna is one of the most controversial of the Eddic poems. It is also funny and naughty. There are two versions in the feed, one with the naughtiest bits removed and this one that has everything.โดย Óli Gneisti Sóleyjarson
 
Lokasenna is one of the most controversial of the Eddic poems. It is also funny and naughty. There are two versions in the feed, this one has the naughtiest bits removed, the other includes them all.โดย Óli Gneisti Sóleyjarson
 
The words “love“ and “hate“ are very strong words. To be fair, I don‘t actually love or hate any part of learning the Icelandic language but those words work much better in a title than what I “enjoy the most“ and what I “strongly dislike“. So, just take those words with a big grain salt. Regarding some backstory, I have been learning Icelandic off…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
The Northern Lights season in Iceland is almost upon us! I’ve packed this episode with loads of information to help you have the highest possible chance of seeing this spectacular natural phenomenon. While it is possible to take a tour to see them, I am a big fan of seeing them on my own. I’ll be sharing some awesome places that you can drive to in…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
It seems that the eruption that started in early August in Meradalir valley on the Reykjanes Peninsula is already over! After about a month of volcanic activity and people flocking to the site to see an amazing display of molten hot lava spew from the earth, the show has coming to s screeching halt. It’s been a few weeks since there has been any de…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
I’m focusing on F-roads in this episode because they provide access to parts of the country that most visitors to Iceland never see. While that might sound appealing to most people listening, driving on these roads are often challenging and can even be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. I hit on this topic a little bit in my Ultimate Gu…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
Halló! Rob and Ellie return with a special episode all about something brand new and available to watch in the UK right now! Director of 'A White, White Day', Hlynur Pálmason recently gave us a new short film titled 'NEST' (available on MUBI) about the building of a treehouse over the course of 18 months, and the daily interactions that his kids ha…
 
Like the south of the country, north Iceland has plenty of amazing natural sites to visit. All of the places I’m sharing are free of charge and will provide hours, if not days, of fun activities. If you’re not familiar with north Iceland, there is a route up there called the Diamond Circle. If you think that sounds familiar, then you might be think…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson continues with the study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, o…
 
As a native New Yorker that has traveled to a decent number of places in the United States before moving to Iceland in 2016, I’ve noticed some fascinating differences between the cultures. In this post, I’m pointing out 5 things about USA culture that confuses Icelanders. These are things I’ve specifically been asked by Icelanders about the US. Her…
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson begins a study of the book of Nehemiah. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, or plan on …
 
Hveradalir is one of Iceland’s largest geothermal areas, but it’s tucked away in Iceland’s highlands. To access anywhere in the highlands of this country, you must drive on F-roads, which are unpaved, rough and often require you to cross rivers. I’m planning to do a whole episode on F-roads because it’s important to understand how to navigate them …
 
Pastor Gunnar Ingi Gunnarsson returns from sabbatical with a wrap up of his series, The Good News of Jesus, with a look at the topic of abortion. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting o…
 
After thousands of earthquakes and lots of speculation, a new eruption has happened on the Reykjanes Peninsula. It’s in the same area as the eruption last year and it is not posing a threat to any people or towns. Well, that is the current situation. The authorities are constantly monitoring the site. People have been discouraged from going there b…
 
I decided to focus on everything you need to know when renting a car in Iceland because I get a lot of questions about this from travelers. I did my best to be very thorough in this episode because there are so many things you need to keep in mind. For links or additional information, I recommend checking out the show notes of this episode below. I…
 
Elliott Jones brings today's message centered around Ephesians 1:5-7 and Ephesians 20. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Ice…
 
Elliott Jones brings today's message centered around Mark 8:14-30. Við hittumst kl. 11:00 á sunnudögum við Fagraþing 2a ... We meet at 11:00 on Sundays at Fagraþing 2a, about 7 miles (12 km) southeast of downtown Reykjavik. An Icelandic language service is also meeting on Sundays at 14:00 for those interested. If you live in Iceland, or plan on vis…
 
Iceland, the land of fire and ice, is full of fascinating and sometimes strange facts. In this podcast episode, I’m sharing 15 surprising facts about this country that you probably have never heard about. I know that I was surprised by many of them when I first heard them, and I hope that you enjoy learning something new about the country. 15 Stran…
 
Karítas Hrundar Pálsdóttir is the author of Ástiðir and Dagatal, two books about short stories in Icelandic. In this interview we talk about how short stories in various levels of Icelandic help learners of the language to learn faster and easier. Karítas is currently pursuing her Ph.D in Creative Writing in the U.K. and was a teacher of Icelandic.…
 
Alex Elliott is joined this week by the linguist and lecturer of Icelandic Jón Símon Markússon. Topics of discussion this week include: building houses, changing religions, making medical services more robust, Iceland's biggest footballing challenge, and more. Today's closing song is Don't Know How to Love, but GusGus.…
 
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