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Inside Europe | Deutsche Welle
 
WorldLink connects global voices: People around the world tell their own stories and help us understand what political, economic, cultural developments mean for their lives. Listen to emotional stories that show the human element behind the headlines.
 
Radio Spaetkauf is Berlin's English-language podcast, keeping international residents informed about local politics, public transport, urban development, culture, bicycles and bars.The podcast is recorded live each month, and is presented by a rotating cast of hosts including Joel Dullroy, Maisie Hitchcock, Jöran Mandik and Daniel Stern. Radio Spaetkauf has been on air since 2012.Got some feedback about our show? Want to get involved in the production? Drop us an e-mail: hallo@radiospaetkauf ...
 
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Berlin Briefing
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We browse local news stories (mostly reported in German) every weekday morning and report them back in a succinct five-minute audio summary. In English.
 
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Factory Berlin
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The Factory Podcast is a unique collection of talks and discussions recorded in front of a live audience at Factory Berlin. Eavesdrop as founders and industry veterans share their expertise.
 
DW's international talk show with four journalists discussing the week's top international issue.
 
It took almost six months, but Germany now finally has a stable government. Who's in? Who's out? And what does it mean for the rest of the world? Find out, and get all the latest political gossip from Berlin at DW's Stammtisch.
 
Podcast with news and interviews from Germany in English
 
Claudi is your passionate expert for the urban green scene - bringing dedicated ecopreneurs & changemakers together in one place! This is where she goes out and chats to the coolest eco-minded businesses and startups of Berlin and beyond, showing you what's happening in the thriving sustainability scene. For this podcast, Claudi is getting the most inspiring green founders and world improvers in front of the microphone and tries to extract their stories, dreams and passions about moving thin ...
 
The Berlin School of Creative Leadership is a distinctive business school where talented creative business leaders break the boundaries of personal and professional potential.
 
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The German government has been in office for 100 days, but nobody cares since Chancellor Merkel is butting heads with Bavarian conservative and Interior minister Seehofer over immigration politics. Damien McGuinness and Jeremy Cliffe are joined by Andrea Shalal and Max Koschyk to roll the dice on Angela Merkel's survival skills - and ponder the ...…
 
This is Part Two of our interview with Vishal Rai (https://www.crunchbase.com/person/vishal-rai), CEO and co-founder of Acellere (http://www.acellere.com/). You can find Part One here: https://www.startuprad.io/exclusive/vishal-accellere-part-1-state-of-digital-entrepeneurship-in-germany/ In part two of our interview, we talk about what Aceller ...…
 
In this special edition DW's Neil King and Gabriel Borrud explore how migrants and refugees are integrating into German society. We visit Neil's old school in Germany, attend Friday prayers at a mosque, talk Islamophobia with the AfD, and get to jam with a unique German-Turkish rock band. This special edition has just won a Gold Radio Award at ...…
 
The EU’s migration options - Hungary passes law criminalizing groups aiding migrants – The World Cup and LGBT rights - Twin American soldiers reunited in Normandy burial – Technology and activism - Benefits and legal challenges for medical cannabis - New French peace forum highlights plight of child soldiers – Has Germany become safer? – Pompei ...…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Economy dissatisfied with Senate Senator calls for Kita Summit Man threatens to hurt classmate Message in a bottle
 
Chancellor Merkel has her back to the wall as tensions mount in Germany’s refugee row. The question is: Can she come up with a solution to prevent her government from being blown apart? Guests: Pascal Thibaut (RFI), Alan Posener (Die Welt), Anna Sauerbrey (Der Tagesspiegel)
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Working prisoners Salmonella warning Student Workers Strike Father sentenced after performing circumcision
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Strassenfeger discontinued 1 Strassenfeger discontinued 2 Horse-drawn carriage decision Attacker in court Senate decides on location for new central library
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. State Audit report shows money waste
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Liberal Ibn-Rushd-Goethe Mosque turns one Tourists stabbed in Ringbahn Coach tickets expected to rise
 
Can soccer ease tensions between Moscow and the West? What does camp 1970s disco have to do with the German national squad? And why is Michaela's hamster eagerly awaiting this year's football World Cup in Russia? Damien McGuinness and Michaela Kuefner are joined by Vladimir Episov and Christian Trippe to chat animal oracles and sketchy soccer s ...…
 
The North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un, and the US president, Donald Trump, shook hands for the first time in Singapore on Tuesday. The two men went on to sign a declaration committing themselves to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. But just how committed are they really? Our guests: Sascha Hach (ICAN), Dahye Yim (Korea Verband), Ma ...…
 
On this week's show, we hear from a Dalit hip-hop artist highlighting India's caste system, a spreadsheet whiz whose data expertise has helped launched major investigations and hear about life as a black woman in France. All this and more.
 
This is Part One of our interview with Vishal (https://www.linkedin.com/in/thevishalrai/), co-founder of Acellere (http://www.acellere.com/). Accellere is on “mission clean code”. In this interview, he gives a great overview of his personal perspective. Vishal is a very inspiring interview partner. Just take a look at the quotes. Here is the cr ...…
 
Russia 2018: the tight security behind the World Cup - Insults and anger over a migrant ship in the Mediterranean – A Paris restaurant builds bonds with asylum seekers - A crucial vote in Turkey - The latest royal scandal in Spain - After a decades-long dispute with Greece, Macedonia moves closer to a name change - Germany celebrates asparagus ...…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Internet criminality Wannsee Cigarette Ban House of Representatives for Tegel closing Dörr confirmed as Volksbühne director until 2020 Public Viewing map
 
The North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un, and the US president, Donald Trump, shook hands for the first time in Singapore on Tuesday. The two men went on to sign a declaration committing themselves to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. But just how committed are they really? Our guests: Sascha Hach (ICAN), Dahye Yim (Korea Verband), Ma ...…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Polish Senate funds Social workers Pberg thief Airport security Alexanderplatz bones
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Barrier free expansions Flixtrain Info Nikolai N. in court Witnesses needed
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Murder case going cold Fan Mile for WM Youth welfare offices in arrears Dead fish in local waterways
 
Italy's new government vows to deport half a million migrants - Are there signs of a thaw in Russia-EU relations? - The World Cup tournament and the West's perception of Russia? - Poland’s coal capital to host this year's global climate summit - France's disappearing songbirds - Question time for German Chancellor Angela Merkel – Rimini showcas ...…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Al-Kuds march Alleged thief in deadly car race dies in hospital Social monitoring study Holiday congestions Tegel and Schönefeld airports expected
 
Inspired by the UK's "Prime Minister's Questions," the German Bundestag attempted to step up its debating game this week and directly questioned Chancellor Merkel for the first time in her 13 years in office. Was the grilling everyone was hoping for or did Merkel just come off lightly toasted? New York Times' Melissa Eddy and The Economist's Je ...…
 
This week on the show: We go to Chile where protests have broken out at universities across the country where female students and feminist movement are fighting against sexism within higher education. And we take a close look at student life in Heidelberg right here in Germany. All that and more on this week's WorldLink.…
 
Click on the links below to listen to reports from this week's edition of Inside Europe, DW's award-winning radio program with features from around the continent.
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Drunken thieves cause deadly accident 1 Drunken thieves cause deadly accident 2 Al Kuds demo and counter demos on Saturday Theft victim gets thief arrested Torstraßenfestival
 
US President Donald Trump is unyielding in his stance on protective tariffs on steel and aluminum. What are the consequences? Will it unite Europeans? Or divide them? Our guests: Daryl Lindsey (Spiegel International), Laura v. Daniels (SWP), Ralph Freund (Republicans Overseas)
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. False Alarm in school DB Comfort Check -In Kurfürstenstraße gets mobile toilets Uber E-bikes
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Pickpocket map Suspicious persons allegedly enter school 1 Suspicious persons allegedly enter school 2 Ticket inspectors in court
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Majority of Berliners sympathize with squatters Man shot at Berliner Dom in coma Berlin Cathedral celebrates 25th anniversary since reconstruction Berlin Pass
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Despite criticism Müller reconfirmed as SPD leader District working on plans for Thaiwiese future Excessive Salaries for Vivantes managers Sleeping man thrown into canal
 
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Three years on since the so-called refugee crisis, Stammtisch looks at Germany's migration policy as the integration of hundreds of thousands of refugees gets underway. This week, Austin Davies and Jeremy Cliffe join us to assess the new challenges. Or were the problems there all along?
 
We examine China's rapid rise on the global stage — and why the West needs to pay more attention. Plus, from the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy which shook US politics, to bombs still buried under Berlin's streets, we look at how major events in history still echo through today's modern world.
 
Inside Europe is an award-winning weekly radio show with a focus on European topics.
 
Ireland’s historic vote on abortion – Germany’s asylum scandal – Board games and social change in the former Soviet Union – Ramadan where the sun never sets – The tumbling lira and Turkey’s elections – Far-right attacks on the rise in Greece – The robot breaking the isolation of sick children – Do cartoon characters promote childhood obesity? - ...…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Double decker bus fire Berlin loses control over gambling industry Police search for suspected murderer Farewell fighter plane fly-by
 
A video of black people being kicked out of KFC at Alexanderplatz raises question. Is it illegal to call police racist? Can police delete videos from your phone? We've got the answers. Support group Reachout says the incident was clearly racist. The police say they were following KFC's request. KFC is standing by their actions. Want to get fit ...…
 
25 years ago, right-wing arsonists set fire to the home of the Genc family in the western German town of Solingen. Two women and three girls died in the blaze. This week, commemorations were held for the victims, who were of Turkish ethnicity. Has Germany changed since then and if so, how? Our guests: Deger Akal (Journalist), Yasemin Ergin (Zen ...…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Refugee home operators sue Senate Employment upswing continues Pools closed despite weather Lufthansa price spikes after Air Berlin collapse confirmed
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Still waiting for Amri files Smuggling gang Spandau Murder update Hot weather continues
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Initiative against dangerous parking Police Chief defends violent operation in youth residential group Eurowings warns of long waiting times at Tegel airport Tent rental
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Youth Club Homicide AfD demo Counter protests
 
What will it take to get Berliners to pickup trash - the offer of a free beer, perhaps? The Big Görlitzer Clean Up happens on July 7. Organizer Lubomila Jordanova from the group Plan A tells us how they plan to incentivise volunteer cleaners. Empty flats in Neukölln? They do exist. Unfortunately they're being kept empty on purpose. Activists sq ...…
 
Helmets without screws, tornados with broken ejection seats - even the thermal underpants are missing. What does the future hold for Germany's cash-strapped army? Join Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner on this week’s Stammtisch as they take stock of the German armed forces with guests Judy Dempsey of Carnegie Europe and Gustav Gressel from ...…
 
We discover the enduring power of creative traditions passed down over generations, from native American cuisine to Australian arts and mythology. Plus, how refugees in Berlin are learning cutting edge coding skills, and how young Hungarians are questioning whether they have a future in their country — all this and much more.…
 
A ‘populist odd couple’ to head Italy’s new government - Illicit Russian money in Britain - Zuckerberg gets a grilling in Brussels - Preparing the Swedes for war - Macron’s vision for the banlieues – Europe’s trade ties with Iran – Disabled children protest in Poland’s parliament - Spain celebrates so-called Mad Pride raising awareness about me ...…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Weekend full of demonstrations GDPR becomes operative today 1 GDPR becomes operative today 2 Flixbus expands railway business Open Gardens weekend
 
China is investing $900bn dollars in the New Silk Road – possibly the biggest infrastructure project in history. Is the goal to foster trade and development? Or does China have a neo-colonial agenda? Our guests: Andreas Kluth (Handelsblatt Global), Bernhard Bartsch (Bertelsmann Foundation), Ruth Kirchner (freelance journalist and China expert).…
 
Local News in English. Every Weekday. Senate disputes on house occupations Only estimations on vacant apartments in Berlin More Fhain fires Missing Cat reunited with owner after 18 years
 
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