There are 39 episodes

Episode one logo Start here: Studio Ochenta Presents: Mija Podcast
This is a serialised ongoing story, so jumping in at episode 10, for example, could confuse matters. Give episode one a try, and if you like it; listen to things from there.
Share the stories...
Link to this Podcast
<a href="https://soundcarrot.com/shows/shows/mija/" title="SoundCarrot.com - Children's podcasts"><img src="https://soundcarrot.com/img/sc-sm.png" alt="Listen On SoundCarrot" style="width: 200px; height: auto" /></a>
About

Created by: Studio Ochenta

USA 11+

Started: September 17th, 2019

Status: Active, 39 episodes

Kind: Story (start at episode one)

Language: English

Creators website
Studio Ochenta

Content, Artwork and advertising within this podcast is not owned or affiliated with Sound Carrot.

Recent Episodes

Mija Música: El acordeón
8:30 | Season: 4 |Episode: 3 | September 28th, 2022

In this episode, Gavilán catches up with a childhood friend, and accordionist named Paloma. She grew up listening to norteña music, and tells the story of how Lolo introduced her to vallenato, a musical style that found a new home in Monterrey, a city that already boasted a passion for the accordion.

Mija Música: El ritmo
7:58 |Episode: 2 | September 21st, 2022

In this episode, Gavilán wants to learn more about his abuelo, so he meets El Guacho, a vallenato musician and very close friend of Lolo’s. El Guacho tells him the story of the two rhythm instruments of cumbia and vallenato: the caja and the guacharaca, and how so many rhythms, and even a rather fortunate accident, trace their roots to these two sounds. 

Mija Recommends: Ochenta Cuentos’ Fourth Season!
1:30 | September 15th, 2022

Hi, Mija fans!

Mija Música: El vallenato
6:42 | Season: 4 |Episode: 1 | September 14th, 2022

Gavilán lives in New York, but returns to his hometown of Monterrey, Mexico, for his grandpa Lolo’s funeral. Once there, he starts to discover that his grandfather, a famously stubborn musician who never wanted to leave the city, developed a fervent passion for Colombian vallenato.

Studio Ochenta Presents: Mija Música
4:00 | September 7th, 2022

The city of Monterrey, Mexico absolutely loves Colombian vallenato. This music was born thousands of miles away from here, but each one of its elements–the rhythm, the accordion, the lyrical nostalgia–allow us to understand how it managed to grow roots in this city.

308: Binty
14:51 | Season: 3 |Episode: 8 | June 2nd, 2021

After taking us on a journey with her family across continents and languages, our narrator, Binty, finally tells her story in this season finale episode.

307: Omar
13:18 | Season: 3 |Episode: 7 | May 26th, 2021

Omar is Binty’s brother. In this episode, Binty tells the story of how his talents and passion for Egyptian music and dancing brought him to New York.




Thoughts and reviews on Mija episodes...
If this Episodes in this show have reviews, they'll appear here.

Created by: Studio Ochenta
Started: September 17th, 2019
Status: Active, 39 episodes
Kind: Story (start at episode one)
Language: English

USA11+
© 2022 by goodenough.works, because it does. Privacy Policy | Contact | This dad codes.
Featured podcast...
Becoming Mother Nature

When Chloe is sent off to live with her mysterious and eccentric grandmother she learns an unbelievable secret. Grandma Ivy is none other than Mother Nature herself! And Chloe is next in line to assume to the power and responsibility of the job. Can a twelve-year old learn to balance the entire world’s ecosystem while just trying to fit in at her new school? Only Mother Nature knows.

» Check it out...




Find your next favourite Podcast

Sound Carrot is your source for Family Podcast Discovery. Verified awesome, 0% boring.



Privacy Focused

Distraction free website, no flashing banners or adverts to steal your attention.
(Some shows do contain their own ads however).


Kid verified

At first I made this site for my kids, but like any dad I got a little over excited. I hope you find it as useful as they do.


Family Friendly

Whether you want to listen to them together in the car, or alone in your room - the content is all safe for younger ears.

© 2022 by goodenough.works, because it does. | Privacy Policy | This dad codes