Deep North – Stories From Iceland
Deep North: Stories from Iceland is the official podcast of Iceland Review, the longest-running magazine presenting Iceland, in print since 1963. Deep North is a journey into Iceland, with in-depth interviews and coverage of art, business, politics, sports, history, nature, and more. Updated weekly.
Under the regular ascent and descent of Keflavík jet traffic, out past the old American radar stations, at the northwestern
We consider three different perspectives on whaling in Iceland, from the science, ethics, and labour of this controversial industry. Note
On a bright May morning in 1679, an 85-year-old widower passed away in his sleep after a long illness. He
For the third year in a row, there’s a volcanic eruption on the Reykjanes peninsula, only a stone’s throw away
What does a ranger do, exactly? According to the tan and charmingly scruffy specimen sitting opposite me at a cafe
After the death of Þorlákur Þórhallsson, Bishop of Skálholt, in 1193, stories of miracles that occurred in his diocese were