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Best DW.COM | Deutsche Welle podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best DW.COM | Deutsche Welle podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Inside Europe | Deutsche Welle
 
What drives people in Europe? How do Europeans lead their lives? What are their views, hopes and fears? Fokus Europa provides the answers: up close, exciting and balanced.
 
The ”in good shape” studio discussion: each week we invite an expert to the studio to talk about issues concerning health and well-being. Topics include alternative or conventional medicine, exercise, nutrition and wellness. That and more on ”in good shape” every week on DW-TV.
 
„DW-Reporter“ ist ein Video-Podcasting-Angebot der Deutschen Welle. Hier finden jede Woche Reportagen aus allen gesellschaftlichen Bereichen. DW-Reporter berichten aus Deutschland und aller Welt.
 
Short-format, original reports from the environment podcast Living Planet - released every Thursday by Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster. We bring you stories on eco problems and their solutions from around the world - visit dw.com/environment for more.
 
News, Analysis and Service from Germany and Europe - in 30 Languages
 
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.
 
Every Thursday, a new episode of Living Planet brings you environment stories from around the world, digging deeper into topics that touch our lives every day. The prize-winning, weekly half-hour radio magazine and podcast is produced by Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster - visit dw.com/environment for more.
 
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world
 
Analysis, Background Information and more about the stories making headlines – Mondays to Fridays on Africalink.
 
"DW-Reporter" is a video podcasting offer from Deutsche Welle. It's THE place to find reports on all aspects of life every week. DW reporters file their stories from Germany and all over the world.
 
Dive in to the fascinating world of science with Tomorrow Today. Your weekly dose of science knowledge. A show for everyone who's curious -- about our cosmos and how it works.
 
News, Analysis and Service from Germany and Europe - in 30 Languages
 
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Euromaxx
Daily
 
Europe in all its diversity and fascination – that's what Euromaxx brings to the screen. Once a week, DW's magazine offers its international viewers absorbing insights into European culture and lifestyle.
 
ከሰኞ እስከ ዓርብ - ከፖለቲካው - ከኤኮኖሚው እና ከባህሉ ዓለም - የ 10 ደቂቃ አዲስ ዜና
 
ት እንቅስቃሴ የሚታይበት ዝግጅት ነው።
 
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.
 
DW's top political interview. Hard-hitting interview going beyond the normal soundbite culture. Prepare to enter the Conflict Zone.
 
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Enfoque Europa
Weekly+
 
News, Analysis and Service from Germany and Europe - in 30 Languages
 
ሳይንሳዊ እና ስነ ቴክኒካዊ ጉዳዮችን እና ለህብረተሰቡ ያላቸቸውን ጠቀሜታ ይመለከታል።
 
It's shiny and new, now on DW. Drive it!, the magazine all about cars: well told, well shot and well packaged.
 
Spectrum is a 30-minute weekly radio show which keeps you abreast of developments in the realm of science and technology news.
 
DW's Eco Africa showcases innovative concepts and best practice projects from Africa and Europe and presents environment and climate change ideas that inspire others to get on board or start something of their own. The show offers insight and moves people to help protect the environment.
 
Global 3000 – DW’s globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization.
 
77 percent of Africans are younger than 35. And they are shaping the continent's future. Are you part of the 77 percent? Come and join the debate!
 
Muna gabatar muku da shirye-shirye masu ƙayatarwa da suka shafi al´adu da zamantakewa tsakanin al´ummomi da mabiya addinai daban-daban da nufin kyautata tsarin zamantakewa da fahimtar juna ta hanyar tuntuɓar juna da shawarwari tsakani ba tare da nuna fifiko akan wani ba.
 
What people build on, what gives them support and the values they hold: For many, that is a question of faith. Every first Sunday of the month DW's monthly feature on religion gives insights into matters of faith.
 
Can I use blockchain technology? Will artificial intelligence take over my career? What exactly is "Machine Learning"? These are some of the questions „SHIFT – Living in the Digital Age“ tries to answer. The program focuses on a single topic – in depth and in detail. We talk to experts, present the key facts and explain complicated subjects in a simple manner. SHIFT – substantial, never superficial.
 
German for beginners: Join Andreas and his mysterious ex on their exciting adventures. Grammar: Conjugation, pronouns, simple questions, accusative. [English Version]
 
In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.
 
From the Zugspitze to the North Sea or Berlin – every edition of Check-in presents a different region in Germany. Hosts Nicole Frölich and Lukas Stege take it in turns to discover the local tourist attractions and explore the sights. They go climbing, diving or hiking and try out the local culinary specialties.
 
Learn basic German vocabulary and improve your pronunciation with our English-German Audio Tutor in 100 lessons.
 
50 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing passionate people and innovative projects from around the world aimed at combating climate change.
 
Discover culture. Germany is becoming a crossroads for the creative scene of the 21st century. The world is watching to see what's taking shape in Berlin and beyond.
 
German for advanced intermediate learners: Join Andreas and his mysterious ex on their exciting adventures. Grammar: Past tense, subordinate clauses, declination of adjectives. [English Version]
 
Harry keeps experiencing the same day – again and again – in Germany. A day that keeps repeating itself? No one believes him. Can Harry escape the time warp? Learn German and find out.
 
German for intermediate learners: Join Andreas and his mysterious ex on their exciting adventures. Grammar: Modal verbs, perfect tense, dative. [English Version]
 
German for beginners: Paula and Philipp are Radio D reporters who have several mysterious cases to investigate. Join them as their research takes them across Germany -- and learn German along the way! [English Version]
 
German for advanced learners: Join Andreas and his mysterious ex on their exciting adventures. Grammar: Passive, subordinate clauses, reflexive verbs, subjunctive. [English Version]
 
Business German for advanced learners: The "Marktplatz" language course provides an introduction to topics related to work, career and economics. [English Version]
 
New cases for the reporters: episodes 27 to 52 take Paula and Philipp all around Germany. Their investigations include laser attacks in Jena and changes on the trail of the Berlin Wall [English version]
 
New cases for the reporters: episodes 27 to 52 take Paula and Philipp all around Germany. Their investigations include laser attacks in Jena and changes on the trail of the Berlin Wall [English version]
 
German for advanced learners: Relationship crises, visits to the dentist, roommates and supermarkets -- the "Wieso nicht?" audio features will take you straight to the heart of real life. This language course expands on an existing knowledge of German.
 
Deutsche Welle accompanies people from different countries who have been living in Germany for many years as they set out for a visit to their home countries – a voyage of discovery back to a strange yet familiar world.
 
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Up-to-the-minute news from around the worldBy DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Up-to-the-minute news from around the worldBy DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Germany pledges more investment for African nations pursuing reforms +++ UN warns of mounting humanitarian crisis in Africa's Sahel as jiahadist attacks surge +++ World Toilet Day: Lack of toilets in Nigeria.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
As we enter the age of satellite mega-constellations, it’s time to celebrate an unsung satellite hero that’s watching you right now. Also, a new twist in the great insect die-off shows that landscape matters.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Private cars are still in demand in big cities, with not everyone willing do everything by bus, train or bike. So Audi is expanding its vehicle portfolio with the A1 Citycarver, a version of its A1, but about five centimeters higher. Drive it! takes the new city car for a spin in Hamburg.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
After nine years and more than 1.36 million sold, Mitsubishi has given its ASX a fourth facelift with a new look, a new engine and a return to four-wheel drive. The Japanese automaker believes it can hold its ground in the highly competitive compact SUV segment with a starting price of less than 21,000 euros.…
 
Drive it! looks at a legend from Britain, perennial favorites from Asia and an upscale city car from Germany.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
For more than a century, the name Bentley has been the epitome of luxury. A brand fit for a queen it seems: Bentley is an official supplier to the British Royal Family. No wonder - the hand-crafted materials in the interior ooze comfort and luxury.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Trial of seven Cameroonian soldiers for murders of two women and their children adjourned+++Ethiopia's Sidamas prepare to vote on regional independence+++President Buhari's party has won the key oil-rich state of Bayelsa.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A sport starting with the letter "F", with halfway and side lines, lots of beer and a Bavarian championship record-holder? No, it's not football, it's the Finger Wrestling Championship!By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Seit sechs Jahren arbeitet Pratheesh als Ingenieur in Deutschland. Heiraten aber will er in seiner Heimat Indien. Mit dabei: seine Freunde Georg und Hiltrud, die von Hochzeiten eigentlich nicht viel halten. Da ist der Kulturschock programmiert.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Our viewer Ludwig Yorck took a study trip to the Yucatán peninsula in Mexico, where he visited the famed Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
From the famed Marienplatz tothe Royal Residence, this group of U.S. tourists visited Munich’s highlights. They’re traveling with Road Scholar, a non-profit organization that imparts education through travel.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Two sisters show us around their hometown Zipaquirá, which is world-famous for the wonders its salt mines harbor.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
From modern art to traditional customs: Here’s a summary of everything you ought to know about Munich.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Kinga Głyk is a star on the electric jazz bass. The 22-year-old Polish musician's arrangement of "Tears in Heaven" became an internet hit in 2016. She's currently touring with her new album "Feelings."By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Granada is world famous for the Alhambra palace. DW reporter Meggin Leigh takes a journey of discovery through the southern Spanish city's Moorish heritage, and tries out Flamenco dancing.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
In Slovakia's Tatra National Park, Europe's last Sherpas climb three times a day with 100 kilograms on their backs to huts high in the mountains. They follow the traditions of the ancient Himalayan Sherpa people.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Ben Cullen's latest creation is a life-sized chimpanzee cake! Known as "The BakeKing,"’ he's caused a stir with his unique culinary masterpieces. At "Cake International" he meets the best cake artists in the world.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
This week’s viewer question comes from Osman Maiga in Uganda.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
In the Gorongosa National Park, young female scientists are cataloguing flora and fauna for a global genetic database. It will enhance our understanding of the diversity of life on earth and the roles different species play.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
First they burn the forest, then the cattle arrive and then the soybeans. The global appetite for soy and beef has been driving the Amazon's destruction for decades now. The consultancy firm Pecsa hopes to teaches cattle ranchers sustainability.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Dr. Ernest Darkoh's mission is to revolutionize health care in Africa. He set up the company BroadReach to provide doctors with data that could help them prevent disease.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Traditional passwords are easy to crack because people rarely adhere to password security measures. The security of biometric methods depends on the quality of the sensors and the manner in which the data is saved.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Traditional passwords are easy to crack because people rarely adhere to password security measures. The security of biometric methods depends on the quality of the sensors and the manner in which the data is saved.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
The British police are front runners when it comes to utilization of high-tech-cameras for facial recognition and identification. However, civil rights advocates are concerned about the controversial technology.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
The British police are front runners when it comes to utilization of high-tech-cameras for facial recognition and identification. However, civil rights advocates are concerned about the controversial technology.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A new draft constitution in The Gambia could disqualify incumbent president from running +++ Uganda-Rwanda tensions threatens the unity of the East African Community +++ How can South Sudan rivals build trust between themselves? +++ Nigeria's ex-education minister talks to AfricaLink on state of affairs in her country…
 
We hear from Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, where armed militants have gained a foothold in the world's largest refugee camp. And we discover how Rohingya are using songs and stories to preserve their culture. Plus, we meet the Colombian musician turning guns into guitars, and the South Korean activist making her country more inclusive for pe ...…
 
We hear from Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, where armed militants have gained a foothold in the world's largest refugee camp. And we discover how Rohingya are using songs and stories to preserve their culture. Plus, we meet the Colombian musician turning guns into guitars, and the South Korean activist making her country more inclusive for pe ...…
 
In Norway, amid icy temperatures and dark winters, a former ship's cook grows herbs and vegetables in the Svalbard archipelago. This unique gamble is providing people with a sustainable food supply in extreme conditions.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
In order to slow down deforestation in Madagascar, an NGO is teaching local villagers how to make charcoal out of plant remains instead of cutting down more trees for fuel.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Modern devices like computers and phones have improved our world and how we do business. Unfortunately, they are hard to get rid of. Now a Nigerian company is using best-practice methods to recycle these electronics.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
While kayaking down Germany's rivers, a photographer started pulling plastic rubbish out of the water and taking pictures. His artwork drew attention to the problem and started a volunteer cleanup movement.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
By convincing poachers to join the other side, a small group of rangers in Uganda's Murchison Falls National Park has seen the elephant population go from around 400 to over 1,600 in recent years.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
What came out of the BRICS summit? +++ One language for all of Africa +++ Zimbabwe unveils its 2020 budget +++ Nigeria mulls death penalty for hate speech +++ Big problems for South Africa’s airline +++ Guinea tensionsBy DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
The Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN recently reported that 20% of the world's estimated 7,600 livestock breeds are at risk of extinction. Similar to what’s happened to crop varieties, domesticated animal breeds are getting narrowed down to just a few types that produce the most food. To avert this dilemma and preserve genetic varia ...…
 
There's no denying the vital role of bees and other pollinators in global crop production. But pesticides, habitat loss and climate change pose genuine threats to many of the insects we rely on. In France, beekeepers have seen their honey production fall by 50% since the 1990s. To reverse this trend, a group of scientists have taken a different ...…
 
In the US in 1957, the state of Virginia finished an ambitious project – a series of roads, bridges and tunnels connecting cities and America’s largest naval base along its coast. Today it’s often clogged with traffic, so plans are underway to widen the roads and add new tunnels. But with thousands of seabirds nesting in the path of the project ...…
 
With a population of more than 800,000 people, Amsterdam is the Netherlands most populous city. It also receives over 4 million international visitors and 16 million day-trippers each year. So, it is crowded. But that didn't prevent researchers from setting out to look for new animal species.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
This week we have stories of discovering new species, those that have made a home out of an unusual piece of land, efforts to preserve some less familiar breeds of livestock, and the science that shows us how we can help save one of our sweetest insect friends.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
This week we have stories of discovering new species, those that have made a home out of an unusual piece of land, efforts to preserve some less familiar breeds of livestock, and the science that shows us how we can help save one of our sweetest insect friends.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Turkey wants to re-migrate up to two million Syrians to their homeland. But will Syria welcome them back? – Nigel Farage makes a huge U-turn ahead of next month's UK election – Czechs and Slovaks recall the start of the Velvet Revolution that brought Communism to an end – Mozart's opera Idomeneo opens in Rome with a cast of migrants – A Dresden ...…
 
Turkey wants to re-migrate up to two million Syrians to their homeland. But will Syria welcome them back? – Nigel Farage makes a huge U-turn ahead of next month's UK election – Czechs and Slovaks recall the start of the Velvet Revolution that brought Communism to an end – Mozart's opera Idomeneo opens in Rome with a cast of migrants – A Dresden ...…
 
Ventanas rotas, fachadas vandalizadas: aumentan los ataques contra carnicerías, restaurantes y queserías en Francia. Grupos de radicales veganos actúan con violencia precisamente en un país donde la gastronomía es parte esencial de la cultura.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
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