With NRK’s addictive live “Piip-Show” stream of birds, squirrels, and “an egg a day,” Norway’s wildlife may make human life much more sedate.
Summer in Norway is underway, with NRK presenting another take on “slow television” and plenty of the nation’s glorious coastal scenery.
Reaction to the death of “Maggie Thatcher” illustrates cultural differences between the United States and Great Britain in the battleground of “class.”
A riposte in re-posting: The case of the disappearing Camilla Läckberg review is answered by simply returning it to the ranks.
The success of NRK’s “slow television” show on Norwegian wood seems to perplex an American media establishment that is nonetheless gripped by “Nordic cool.”
The 2012 US election process introduces an element of Zen to an otherwise contentious, seemingly irreconcilable American political landscape.
The TV series “Revolution” manages to forget everything the Lancaster County Pennsylvania Dutch retained for centuries.
NRK’s latest live TV journey, “Telemarkskanalen,” runs shorter than “Hurtigruten” and arrives at a welcome moment for U.S. audiences.
The death of Commander Neil Armstrong recalls the promise and success of Project Apollo – and raises the hope that we may go farther.
The Breivik verdict closes the painful chapter of the trial, while leaving many questions and issues for Norway’s future.
Withdrawal from U.S. political media and discussion need not equate to surrender of power.
Media discussion over employers and psychologists using Facebook to spot “red flags” unearths a host of silly judgments.