Stand-up is becoming more and more popular all over the world, and a lot of venues hold "open mic" events where those who want to perform for the audience can try their luck. Stand-up comedy is now taking hold in Central and Eastern Europe, and we wonder therefore what it takes to be a stand-up comedian there? Is it true that they can live by performing just a few days in a month? How long does it take to work up the jokes, and is it hard to prepare the jokes and not to offend anyone at the same time? We have spoken about this and a lot of other stereotypes about stand-up with a stand-up comedian, Siavash Alaghmandan Motlagh. He is originally from Iran, but he lives in Slovakia, and speaking for himself he says that he is extremely forgetful, he lacks focus, and he is amazed by the wonders of life on planet earth.

Some professions can be learnt and for others you have to be gifted. About this we are going to talk with the renowned Psychic and Medium, Danielle Egnew. Let's try to uncover the secrets of the unseen world, that according to Mrs. Egnew she experiences first hand through her extraordinary Psychic abilities.

The newest technologies develop and improve very rapidly, whichever field they may be related to. Many inventions of today that sounded like science fiction just a decade ago are now a part of our everyday life. In this interview we talk with the renowned Professor Michael Bove of the MIT Media Lab. Among his projects are: Holographic Television, 8K Time Machine, Printed Wearable Holographic Display, Programmable Synthetic Hallucinations, Aerial Light Field Displays, Dressed In Data and Listen Tree. We asked him to explain in lay persons terms what the Media Lab is currently doing and the new technological creations we can expect in the near future.
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