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Welcome to the SBS Finnish podcast, featuring homeland news and music.
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-03-22 02:55
last episode published
2019-03-20 08:50
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
20.03.2019

Upcoming exhibition by Finnish artist Arja Välimäki - Taiteilija Arja Välimäen näyttely alkaa pian Sydneyssä

Arja Välimäki interview about her art and her life i Australia - Arja Välimäki kertoo taiteestaan ja elämästään Australiassa
13.03.2019

Viva: What to consider when it comes to downsizing - Viva: Mitä on huomioitava supistaessamme elämäntapaamme?

Downsizing can be both physically and emotional draining.  It’s often hard to let go of the memories and the home you’ve created over a life-time.  So, what do you need to consider before making the decision? - Downsizing eli elämäntapamme supistaminen...
13.03.2019

Prime minister Juha Sipilä resigns just over a month before parliamentary elections - Pääministeri Juha Sipilä erosi runsas kuukausi ennen vaaleja

Timo Uotila reports on Finnish current affairs 13.3.19 - Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti Suomesta 13.3.19
6.03.2019

Townsville is drying after the flood but recovery will take time - Townsville on kuivunut tulvan jälkeen mutta toipuminen kriisistä vie aikansa

Hanna Hakio tells about the longer term recovery process. Many people are beginning to rebuild their lives from nothing, as many had to flee with just the clothes they were wearing because the waters rose so rapidly - Hanna Hakio kertoo pidemmän ajan k...
6.03.2019

Viva: does eating superfoods keep us more active than other foods? - Viva: Onko niinsanottu superruoka todella ihmeravintoa?

You may have heard of superfoods like kale or turmeric lattes that are meant to boost your health. Nutritionists suggest that when it comes to healthy ageing we need to have a balanced diet. - Superfood eli superruoka on viime  vuosien ilmiöitä, usein ...
6.03.2019

Japanese and Chinese tourism in Finland has seen a dramatic rise. - Japanilaiset ja kiinalaiset turistit ovat innostuneita suomenmatkailusta

Timo Uotila's sports and culture report from Finlad 6.3.19 - Timo Uotilan urheilu- ja kultuuriraportti Suomesta 6.3.19
27.02.2019

In Finland, like in many other countries, Chinese participation in building the 5G network is debated - Suomessa, kuten monessa muussakin maassa keskustellaan Kiinan roolista uuden 5G mobiiliverkon kehittelyssä

Timo Uotila's report on Finnish current affairs27.2.19 - Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti Suomesta 27.2.19
27.02.2019

Saara Lamberg's feature film 'Innuendo' screening in Byron Bay - Saara Lambergin kokoillan elokuva 'Innuendo' esitetään Byron Bayssä maaliskuussa

Saara Lamberg's film 'Innuendo'  won the Cinema Australia Audience award 2017 and The Best Film at the FAFF Los Angeles (2017) and IFF Milan  (2018) - Saara Lambergin elokuva  'Innuendo'  voitti 'Cinema Australia Audience'-palkinnon   2017 and parhaan ...
20.02.2019

Viva: How to succeed at online dating? - Viva: Miten parhaiten onnistutaan nettideittailussa?

Online dating is a multibillion dollar industry but professional matchmakers say it’s more for those who know how to follow their hearts and minds.  So, what should you consider when setting up a new relationship in the interconnected online world?  - ...
13.02.2019

Finnish parliamentary election could turn into a referendum on aged care - Eduskuntavaaleista tulossa vanhustenhoitoa koskeva kansanäänestys

Timo Uotila's Current Affairs report from Finland 13.2.19 - Timo Uotilan Suomen ajankohtaisraportti 13.2.19
13.02.2019

The world is headed towards its sixth mass extinction - Maailma lähestyy kuudetta joukkosukupuuttoa

One third of the World's insect population at risk of dying out within the next ten years, according to a scientific review.  - Maailman hyönteisten määrän arvioidaan olevan jyrkässä laskussa - 40% maailman hyönteisistä on vaarassa kuolla sukupuuttoon ...
13.02.2019

Radio audiences in Finland remain steady - Suomalaisten radiokuuntelu on pysynyt ennallaan

Timo Uotila reports on Finnish arts and culture 13.2.19 - Timo Uotilan kulttuuriraportti 13.2.19
13.02.2019

Townsville after the flood - Townsville tulvan jälkeen

The television news crews have left town, the water is receding and Townsville is left with the reality of mud and mildew. The back breaking work of cleaning up is beginning........ - Median kuvausryhmät ovat lähteneet muualle, tulvavedet laskeneet ja ...
6.02.2019

Action is needed to manage climate change related disasters - Toimia tarvitaan ilmastonmuutokseen liittyvien luonnonkatastrofien hallintaan.

With an annual cycle of bushfires, cyclones and floods coupled with a prosperous and stable economy, Australia features among the world's top 10 for economic damage caused by natural disasters. - Australian säännöllisiin luonnonilmiöihin kuuluvat maast...
6.02.2019

The Australian String Quartet honours feathered friends - soaring to new heights - Australian jousikvartetin tulevan kiertueen aiheena on linnut

The ASQperforms this tour with guest cellist, Principal Cello of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Timo-Veikko "Tipi" Valve, whlle Sharon Grigoryan is on parental leave. - Australian jousikvartetin ASQ'n vierailevana taiteilijana on Australian kamarior...
30.01.2019

Sydney's desalination plant has been turned on - Sydneyn suolanpoistolaitos on käynnistetty

Sydney's Kurnell desalination plant has been turned on for the first time in seven years, after dam levels dropped below 60 per cent capacity. - Sydneyn Kurnellissä sijaitseva suolanpoistolaitos on käynnistetty ensimmäistä kertaa seitsemään vuoteen, Sy...
30.01.2019

The League of Finnish Australian Societies was prominently represented at this year's Helsinki Travel Fair - Suomi-Australia yhdistysten liitto oli näkyvästi esillä Helsingin matkamessuilla

Timo Uotila reports on sports and Finnish culture 30.1.19 - Timo Uotilan urheilu- ja kulttuuriraportti 30.1.19
30.01.2019

Asylumseeker policy has generated its own vokabulary in Finland - Maahanmuuttopolitiikka on luonut oman, uuden sanastonsa Suomessa

Finnish elections approaching, Timo Uotila reports on Finnish current affairs 30.1.19 - Vaalit lähestyvät, ja Sote-uudistuksen läpimenon mahdollisuudet näyttävät entistä heikommilta.Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti 30.1.19
23.01.2019

What is behind China's seemingly insatiable appetite for imported baby formula? - Miksi kiinalaiset kuluttajat haluavat näennäisesti rajattomasti Australialaista äidinmaitokorviketta?

Chinese consumers don't trust Chinese-made baby formula, leading buyers to look overseas for products and contributing to the rise of the Daigou buying agents. - Kiinalaiset kuluttajat eivät luota oman maansa tuottajiin mikä on johtanut siihen että äid...
23.01.2019

Non-English-speaking migrants learn the local dialect quicker than native English speakers - Ei englantia puhuvat uudet tulokkaat oppivat aussienglantia nopeammin kuin ne joiden äidinkieli on brittienglanti

The unique Australian lexicon can be confusing for newcomers but new research has actually found non-English speaking migrants pick up Aussie English quicker than their English-speaking counterparts. - Australian englannin ainutlaatuinen sanasto hämmen...
16.01.2019

Live to a hundred - The federal government has launched a new website aimed at helping Australians make choices to live longer and healthier. - Elä satavuotiaaksi - Liittovaltion hallitus on avannut uuden verkkosivuston minkä kautta pyritään au

All residents aged over 45 can take a free online life-check which the government says is a bid to get more people living over the age of 100. - Kaikki yli yli 45-vuotiaat voivat suorittaa netin kautta ilmaisen elämäntavan arvioinnin; hallituksen pyrki...
16.01.2019

Finland won the under 18 year olds ice hockey World Championships beating USA 3-2 - Suomi voitti Yhdysvallat nuorten jääkiekon MM-kisojen finaalissa 3-2

Timo Uotila reports on Sports and Culture in Finland 16.1.19 - Timo Uotilan urheilu- ja kulttuuriraportti 16.1.19
16.01.2019

President Sauli Niinistö expressed in his New Year's speech a concern for the incoherence and weakness of the European Union - Uudenvuodenpuheessaan presidentti Sauli Niinistö ilmaisi huolestumisensa EUn hajanaisuudesta ja heikkoudesta

Timo Uotila's current affairs report from a Wintery Finland 16.1.19 - Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti talvisesta Suomesta 16.1.19
9.01.2019

In conversation with fashion designer Matti Liimatainen - Haastateltavana muotisuunnittelija Matti Liimatainen

Matti Liimatainen graduated as a fashion designer, currently preparing his PhD about fashion industry’s automation.  Available at Mona Foma in January, will be the festival onesie kit, designed by Adele Varcoe and Matti. The kit can be assembled withou...
9.01.2019

Capital preservation Vs growth: what's your best plan for 2019? - Kasvu vai tuotto? Vuoden 2019 talousnäkymät

2018 was a volatile year for the Australian sharemarket, which slumped more than 10 per cent.The Australian dollar also took a hit, down 8.5 per cent against the US dollar.But with global economic concerns set to continue, is Australia in for a similar...
9.01.2019

Scientists link low fibre intake and poor gut health to obesity epidemic - Ravintokuidut ja suoliston terveys vaikuttavat painoon

More than 50 per cent of Australians are reportedly suffering from gut problems, and scientists are blaming a lack of fibre. The warning comes as new Australian research finds a link between poor gut health and obesity. - Yli 50 prosenttia Australialai...
9.01.2019

In conversation with violinist Satu Vänskä - Haastateltavana viulisti Satu Vänskä

Satu Vänskä is the principal violinist at the Australian Chamber Orchestra. In January she will be performing at the Mona Foma festival in Launceston, Tasmania. Here Satu tells about the Foma concert program and the more experimental side of her career...
5.01.2019

How to have a fun and safe time outdoors this summer - Miten nauttia turvallisesta kesälomasta

Summer has officially started in Australia. Many of us will take advantage of weekends and school holidays to spend time outdoors so here are a few tips to make sure you stay safe. - Kesä on parasta ulkoilun aikaa ja Australia tarjoaa siihen monipuolis...
26.12.2018

Celebrating a Finnish-French Christmas in Perth - Ranskalais-suomalainen joulunvietto Perthissä

Our multicultural society is reflected in everything, including Christmas celebrations - Monikulttuuriyhteisömme heijastuu kaikessa, niin myös joulunvietossa
26.12.2018

Christmas in Finland - Suomen joulu

Timo Uotila reports on Christmas i Finland 26.12.18 - Timo Uotilan jouluraportti 26.12.18
26.12.2018

The secret history of champagne - Samppanjan salainen historia

It’s said when Dom Perignon invented champagne he told his fellow monks, “Come quickly, I am tasting the stars.” - Tarun mukaan munkki Dom Perignon, jota pidetään samppanjan keksijänä, huudahti muille muille munkeille:"Tulkaa pian, tässä juomassa on tä...
19.12.2018

Viva! Want to age better? Try ocean swimming - Viva! Haluatko ikääntyessäsi pysyä paremmassa kunnssa - kokeile meriuintia

It’s been proven that sea water refreshes your soul and revitalises your health.Here are a few things to keep in mind before challenging yourself to an open water swim.  - On olemassa tieteellisisä todisteita siitä että merivesi virkistää mieltä ja elv...
19.12.2018

Important new public buildings in Helsinki - Helsinkiin on valmistunut merkittäviä uusia kulttuurirakennuksia

Timo Uotila on Finnish art and culture 19.12.18 - Timo Uotilan kulttuuri- ja urheiluraportti  19.12.18
12.12.2018

Winners announced in annual SBS National Languages Competition - SBS National Languages Competition voittajat julkistettu

Five young Australian language students have been selected as the winners of the third annual SBS National Languages Competition.The winners were selected from around 4,000 entries representing 80 languages. - Viisi nuorta australialaista kieltenopiske...
12.12.2018

OECD finds Australia on track to continue economic growth - OECDn raportti: Australian talouskasvu jatkuu

The latest report on Australia's economy from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD, shows the country on track for economic growth in the next year.But the OECD says not all is positive, with concerns remaining around the ...
11.12.2018

Focus on international educational outcomes - Haastateltavana koulutuspolitiikan professori Pasi Sahlberg

Professor Pasi Sahlberg at University of New South Wales moved to Sydney with his family in March. Professor Sahlberg is based at the Gonski Institute for Education and has been researching international educational systems and their outcomes for decad...
11.12.2018

Finnish current affairs by Timo Uotila - Ajankohtaista Suomesta

Finnish current affairs update by Timo Uotila. - Timo Uotilan ajankohtaisraportti Suomesta 12. joulukuuta 18.
5.12.2018

Interview with Outi Turunen - Haastateltavana Outi Turunen

Interview with Outi Turunen who arrived in Sydney with her family last Friday. - Bongasimme jouluristeilyllä Sydneyhin juuri muuttaneen Outi Turusen. 
5.12.2018

Interview with Riikka Lintola - Riikka Lintola Sydneyn Suomi-Seurasta

Riikka Lintola is the treasurer of the Finnish Society in Sydney. here she tells more about the traditional Christmas cruise and about activities in 2019. - Riikka Lintola on Sydneyn Suomi-Seuran rahastonhoitaja. Tässä Riikka kertoo jo traditioksi muod...
4.12.2018

Malfunctioning medical implants implicated in thousands of deaths worldwide - Vialliset lääketieteelliset laitteet aiheuttavat tuhansia kuolemia

A global investigation has found malfunctioning medical implants have been responsible for tens of thousands of deaths around the world. Experts are demanding greater testing of medical devices before they're approved for use in Australia. - Maailmanla...
4.12.2018

Outlook on Ageing - Australian vanheneva väestö

Australians enjoy one of the highest life expectancies in the world, and are staying healthier for longer.While an increasing lifespan can be seen as one of the great achievements of modern society, it also highlights what some experts say is a lack of...
4.12.2018

Viva: Travelling in your own country - Viva: Matkaile Australiassa

As more and more baby boomers are looking to tick off their bucket list in overseas travels, there are 1004 tourists arriving in Australia every hour to explore our vast and diverse landscape. What are some of the best places we can visit to create unf...
1.12.2018

Schoolchildren protest for action on climate change - Lakkoilevat koululaiset ympäri Australian vaativat poliitikkoja toimimaan ilmastonmuutosta vastaan

School students across the country walked out of their classrooms this week, calling on politicians to start taking action on climate change. - Pääministeri paheksuu koululaisten lakkoa, sanoen että kouluissa pitäisi olla vähemmän aktivismia.Koululaise...
1.12.2018

A monument to president Mauno Koivisto has been unveiled at the Hietaniemi cemetery - Presidentti Mauno Koiviston hautamuistomerkki on paljastettu Helsingin Hietaniemessä

Timo Uotila reports on the arts and culture in Finland 27.11.18 - Timo Uotilan kulttuuriraportti 27.11.18
1.12.2018

Presiden Sauli Niinstö and a group of European leaders call for action on climate change - Presidentti Sauli Niinistö ja joukko Euroopan johtajia vetoavat Pariisin ilmastosopimuksen osapuoliin toiminnan aloittamiseksi ilmastonmuutoksen pysäyttämis

Timo Uotila reports on Finnish current affairs 27.11.18  European leader and Brexit, the Finnish opposition parties preparing for parliamentary elections next year, president Sauli Niinistö gets high rating in opinion poll..... - Timo Uotilan ajakohtai...
1.12.2018

Viva: What questions do you have about writing a will? - Viva: Mitä omaisuudellesi tapahtuu kuolemasi jälkeen?

What is to happen to your assets after you die?Nearly half of Australian adults don’t have a will.This means that the jurisdiction of your state or territory may have the ultimate say on who is to receive your assets.It pays to consider some key questi...
21.11.2018

Pancreatic cancer - the silent killer - Haimasyöpä- hiljainen tappaja

Over 3,300 Australians are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year, unfortunately only 9% will survive at least five years. In this interview Dr Lorraine Chantrill, pancreatic cancer researcher at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and  oncolo...
21.11.2018

Leaders unable to agree on a joint APEC statement as the summit wraps up in PNG - APEC kokouksen loppulauselmasta ei päästy sopuun

The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in the Papua New Guinean capital of Ports Moresby has concluded.Some western powers at the summit have announced an important aid project for Papua New Guinea at the summit.But it comes amid fermenting tensi...
21.11.2018

Cancer charities want transparency about patient costs, options - Syöpähyväntekeväisyysjärjestöt ovat huolissaan hoitokuluista

Australia's leading cancer charities have joined together to push for more information and transparency about the costs cancer patients will face as they head into treatment. The charities say cancer victims need to know more about their options. - Aus...
21.11.2018

Salt and the average tablespoon of soy sauce - Suola ja ruokalusikallinen soijakastiketta

The potential health consequences of Asian-style sauces have been revealed, with research showing an alarming amount of salt in many products.But low-salt alternatives are available and could help reduce the number of Australians suffering from high bl...