A Dingo Stole My Language: World in Words Podcast

If any of our language-loving readers aren’t familiar with the World in Words Blog or Podcast, I implore you to check it out. Run, don’t walk. You will be fascinated and entertained. The podcast recently turned a year old, and it is consistently awesome.

Check out this episode, which touches on an Aboriginal Australian language, a little on Latin, a touch of Lorem Ipsum, and a dash of Bauhaus’ hit song, Bella Lugosi’s Dead.

Listen to the World in Words Podcast here.

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