Portuguese content

PatricioIglesias mx Mexico

I have searched for Portuguese content to import here on LingQ, but I'm having a hard time. If you could recommend me any youtube channels, websites or podcasts it would be great. I prefer Brazilian Portuguese, but I wouldn't mind listening to european portuguese or other versions of it.

September 18 at 00:10
  • Vilasboas89 br Brazil


    Perhaps I can help you! What kind of content are you looking for?

    September 18 at 00:37
    • PatricioIglesias mx Mexico

      Thank you! I have a wide range of interests, it could be history, comedy, travel, news, or almost anything really. I just started learning on saturday but I speak Spanish as a native language, so I don't have difficulties understanding Brazilian Portuguese.

      September 18 at 01:05
  • Vilasboas89 br Brazil

    Ok, There is a website called "Brasil Escola" teaching about the history of Brazil. There is an audio as well on the page.


    The next one is a humor website I hope you enjoy: https://www.megacurioso.com.br/humor/

    I don't know if you enjoy the news but here's a good one: https://www.uol.com.br/

    I hope it can help you! Please let me know if there is anything else that I can do to help in your journey to learn Brazilian Portuguese!!

    September 18 at 02:10
    • PatricioIglesias mx Mexico

      Thank you, I don't need more help for now. If you decide to learn Spanish or any of the other languages that I speak, I would be glad to help!!

      September 18 at 02:56
  • Vilasboas89 br Brazil

    I almost forget! Search for Nerdcast – Jovem Nerd on iTunes it is a good podcast in Portuguese :)

    September 18 at 02:12
    • SDPhil us United States

      Are there transcripts? I haven't been able to find them.

      September 22 at 15:19
  • Anis66 de Germany

    There are good TED Portuguese talks with subtitles for easy import on Lingq. On Youtube I collected the following for my studies:

    01. Carla Fernandes (15:00): Ser mulher negra em Lisboa

    02. Renato Meirelles (18:31): 5 histórias para entender o Brasil

    03. Raíssa Müller (16:38): Da loucura de sonhar ao desafio de conquistar

    04. Iradj Eghrari (18:18): Como dar sentido à sua vida

    05. Stephanie Ribeiro (7:14): Eu quero poder ser fraca

    06. Maria Dalva Oliveira Rolim (15:40): Tome as rédeas da sua vida

    07. Karina Barretto (16:06): Como Conhecer Pessoas Interessantes

    08. Roger Koeppl (18:27): O trabalho não precisa ser uma tortura

    09. Márcio Ballas (17:05): O olhar do SIM - Lições do palhaço e do improviso

    10. Thiago Nigro (10:52): Os três piores conselhos sobre dinheiro

    September 22 at 15:32
  • marcos.rm br Brazil

    Hey, Patricio. How're you doing?

    Here's a list of my favorite Brazillian channels/programs on Youtube:

    Buenas Ideas (Brazillian History):

    Greg News (Politics-Humor): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBly8kFKMNY

    Um café lá em casa (Brazillian Music-Interviews):

    Ensaio TV Cultura (Brazillian Music-Interviews):

    Larica Total (Humor-Cooking): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n28pqsLrJk

    The next ones are not exactly the kind of stuff I like the most, but they're very popular in Brazil:

    Zangado (Games):

    Felipe Neto (Humor):

    Porta dos fundos (Humor):

    September 22 at 19:22
    • PatricioIglesias mx Mexico

      Thank you, I'll definitely check them out!

      September 23 at 01:03
  • Swedishfinnpolymath fi Finland

    I don't know if these channels have the closed captions but lingq blog did post a list of brasilian youtubers.

    September 24 at 17:41
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    ericrobertz ca Canada

    September 24 at 18:35
  • mrosenston us United States

    These are some Brazilian youtube channels I watch.


    Politics and Current Issues



    History, philosophy, other educational subjects

    September 29 at 00:39
    • PatricioIglesias mx Mexico

      Thank you for the channels, I already watched some videos and they are definitely my type.

      September 29 at 04:04
  • Swedishfinnpolymath fi Finland

    This seems like an interesting channel. I haven't watched it yet but I plan to use it in order to take my portuguese up a notch.

    It 's seems to be one of those "how is it to live in country X" types of channels.

    September 29 at 14:23