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„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.
 
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.
 
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Donata ist eine von vielen tausend polnischen Frauen, die im fortgeschrittenen Alter noch in der Pflege in Deutschland arbeiten: Deutschland - Polen, hin und zurück. Arbeit in Deutschland, Familie in Polen.
 
Germany’s president is in Beijing this week, so Stammtisch heads east. How is Germany dealing with China's rise? What are the pros and cons of Chinese tech giants? And where do hire bikes fit into all this? Journalist Didi Kirsten Tatlow and analyst Thorsten Benner join Damien McGuinness and Nina Haase-Trobridge from Berlin.…
 
Yes, things are getting festive in Germany, but don't get carried away with the Glühwein just yet. With the CDU leadership contest just around the corner and international stories for days, there's plenty to keep us busy in political Berlin. FAZ's Johannes Leithaeuser and the Körber Foundation's Liana Fix join Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küf ...…
 
It's budget week in Germany, so we're all about the money. Who's got it. Who's spending it. And who wants more of it. Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined this week by Bloomberg's finance aficionados Sarah Syed and Richard Jones to see what it all means for Europe and the rest of the world.…
 
Spurgeon Root ist Seelsorger und Pastor in Regina, einer Stadt im Westen Kanadas, die für ihre indigenen Gangs berüchtigt ist. Nachts klopfen sie an seine Tür: Drogendealer, Schläger, Straßenräuber, die nach einem Ausweg aus dem Milieu suchen.
 
This week we party with Poland as the country celebrate 100 years since regaining independence. But we also check out its tricky relationship with Berlin and Brussels. Damien McGuinness, Tom Nuttall, Anna Noryskiewicz and Nina Haase get in touch with their slavic souls, and dance the Brexit pain away with some Polish pop.…
 
On the 100th anniversary of the end WWI, Stammtisch hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined by Elisabeth von Hammerstein from the Körber Foundation and DW's Christian Trippe to find out where the liberal Western order stands a century on. What are the biggest dangers? And how long can it last?…
 
Yes, the end of Angela Merkel's leadership in Germany really has begun. So what will the country do without her? Who will take over? And what does this mean for politics in Germany, and the rest of Europe? Damien McGuinness has the answers with Handelsblatt's Andreas Kluth, DW Chief Political Correspondent Melinda Crane and DW reporter William ...…
 
Am Fluss Chao Phraya in Bangkok leben Familien, die seit Generationen nach all den mehr oder weniger wertvollen Schätzen tauchen, die in dem Fluss zu finden ist. Sie leben davon, ihre Hütten sind direkt am Ufer.
 
Double, double toil and trouble: It’s Halloween and Stammtisch is ready to give you twice the fright this week. Forget Alien vs. Predator, we’re talking Brexit vs. Hessen. Damien McGuiness has gathered Nina Haase, Judy Dempsey and Jon Worth around his bubbling cauldron to determine: Which one is going to be the ultimate political horror movie?…
 
Xulwi ist ein Krieger vom Stamm der Guajajara. Er lebt in einem Reservat am Rande des brasilianischen Amazonasgebiets. Der Urwald ist seine Heimat, doch die wird zunehmend von illegalen Holzfällern bedroht.
 
What at first bore the signs of a Shakespearean tragedy is fast becoming a comedic farce. After taking a beating in Bavaria, one question stands before Chancellor Angela Merkel's government: 'To be, or not to be.' Stammtisch bards Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined by Die Zeit political reporter Ferdinand Otto and The New York Tim ...…
 
In Italien werden tausende Inder als billige Arbeitskräfte in der Landwirtschaft eingesetzt - ein System der Ausbeutung, Menschenschmuggel inklusive. Die Inder schuften unter unmenschlichen Bedingungen für preisgünstiges Gemüse.
 
The beer's flowing and the lederhosen are on, which can only mean one thing in German politics: Bavaria's state election is here. But as the Greens and far-right AfD climb the polls, the conservatives are slipping. Where did it all go wrong? And what does it mean for Berlin? Find out with Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner, and guests Spiege ...…
 
Günther Hochhäuser ist Gebirgsschütze mit Leib und Seele – und kämpft für den Erhalt seiner Heimat Oberbayern. Hier war die regierende CSU jahrzehntelang unangefochten, nun droht ihr ein Wahldebakel. Hochhäuser und seine Schützen sind aufgebracht.
 
Almost three decades since German reunification, a rise of far-right violence, and growing economic disparity signals anything but a united Germany. Hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined by DW's Linda Vierecke and The Economist's Conny Günther to ask: just how united is Germany?
 
Turkey's President Erdogan is in town and Germany is quite literally rolling out the red carpet. So will Merkel and Erdogan kiss and make up? Or will things turn nasty over nibbles at the state banquet? Join Stammtisch hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner for all this and more political shenanigans in Berlin with guests "Die Welt" Foreig ...…
 
No, this isn’t a repeat episode, but the new normal in European politics. On the podcast this week: the hills are alive with the sound of Brexit and hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner reveal what the latest political row in Berlin is really about, together with guests Judy Dempsey and Richard Jones.…
 
Der Hambacher Forst wird zunehmend ein Symbol gegen die Braunkohle und den Klimawandel. Antje Grothus wohnt in der Nähe des Walds und unterstützt den Protest gegen dessen Rodung. Eine Reportage von Viktoria Kleber.
 
Die Vereinten Nationen werfen China vor, bis zu eine Million Uiguren und andere turkstämmige Muslime in Internierungslagern in der Provinz Xinjiang festzuhalten. Die meisten von ihnen seien nie konkret angeklagt oder auch verurteilt worden.
 
It's budget week! But no boring number-crunching in Berlin. Things are getting rowdy in parliament and the coalition is in crisis - again! Spy chief Hans-Georg Maaßen is under fire for links to the far-right AfD. But Damien McGuinness knows how to keep DW’s Nina Haase, Fabian von der Mark and Reuter's Andrea Shalal under control: Just buy them ...…
 
Jaime Beck bringt Flüchtlingen Deutsch bei – auch wenn er es selbst nicht perfekt spricht. Wie schafft er es, die Klassenzimmer zu füllen? Flüchtlinge sagen, sein Deutsch klingt wie ein Lied. Sie lieben Jaime Beck - weil er sie viel mehr lehrt als nur die Sprache.
 
How should Germany move forward after the political unrests in Chemnitz and how do Journalists have to be a part of that debate? In this week's episode of our Stammtisch podcast host Damien McGuinness is joined by Chief Political Editor Michaela Küfner, Jaafar Abdul Karim of Shabab Talk and Elisabeth Niejahr from Wirtschaftswoche to discuss the ...…
 
Im Dorf von Birgit und Horst Lohmeyer in Norddeutschland leben fast nur stramme Nazis. Einmal im Jahr setzen sie ein Zeichen: Mit einem Rockfestival, zu dem selbst Kultbands wie "Die Ärzte" kommen.
 
Summer's almost over and it's back to school for the Stammtisch team. This week, DW's Elizabeth Schumacher and Spiegel Online's Kristin Haug join hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner to see if German education is up to A* standard - or will it be staying behind after class?
 
Get out your hankie: this week, Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner bid a fond "Auf Wiedersehen!" to Stammtisch stalwart Jeremy Cliffe as he leaves The Economist's Berlin bureau for Brussels. Also joining us on the Berlin-Brussels extravaganza is ECFR's Almut Moeller to explain what will be keeping the EU busy this autumn.…
 
Germany is indeed feeling hot this summer: With record high temperatures and record low rainfall — Berlin has gone tropical. This week, Stammtisch hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined by Climate Analytics' Claire Fyson and the UFU's Tinène Belakhdar to see what Germany's doing - or not doing - in the face of climate change.…
 
Almost three decades since German reunifcation, Berlin is still slowly stitching itself back together. Hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner head to Berlin's famous Prater Garten with Peter Craven and Jeremy Cliffe to mull over the challenges facing Berlin today and why, despite the gripes, they'll "always have a suitcase in Berlin."…
 
The heat wave is showing no sign of letting up in Berlin, so Damien McGuinness heads outdoors on this week's episode with guests Jeremy Cliffe, Emmanuelle Chaze and Julia Berghofer. Are we witnessing the end of the West? Join us for an ice cream as we discuss whether Germany can be the leader of liberal order.…
 
Get out those hot pants. Spruce up that wig. And splash on some glitter. As Pride weekend hits the streets of Berlin, Damien McGuinness talks with Jeremy Cliffe (The Economist), Manuela Kay (L-Mag) and Kaey (Siegessäule) about what Pride parades can and can't do for politics. And just how progressive is Germany when it comes to LGBTQI rights?…
 
Is there a doctor in the house? Germany's healthcare system gets a check-up on this week's podcast as host Damien McGuinness puts on his scrubs with AFP's Deborah Cole, and DW's Kate Brady and Rupert Wiederwald.
 
Slap on the sunblock, Stammtisch is bringing the British seaside to Berlin as we talk all things Brexit. So, what does Germany have to do with the whole thing anyway? Quite a lot, as it turns out…This week, podcast hosts Damien McGuinness and The Economist's Jeremy Cliffe are joined by guests Jill Petzinger (Quartz) and Almut Möller (ECFR) with ...…
 
After a rocky few weeks over migration policy, have German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Interior Minister Horst Seehofer finally reconciled? On this week's podcast, Stammtisch hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined by agony aunts The Guardian's Philip Oltermann and The Economist's Jeremy Cliffe to offer some political relationsh ...…
 
What does Turkish President Erdogan's election win mean for Germany? How do German-Turks live today? And why is Michaela's hamster Billy finding stardom in South Korea? This week we shake off our Alman dorkiness and go cool Kreuzberg, as hosts Damien McGuinnness and Michaela Küfner chat all things Turkish with their guests Isil Nergiz and Ali C ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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?
 
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 ...…
 
The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) made it into the Bundestag in September. But how did the euroskeptic party become the anti-immigrant, tweed-wearing party of today? Hosts Damien McGuinness and Michaela Küfner are joined this week by Wall Street Journal correspondent Bojan Pancevski and DW's Linda Vierecke to assess how the far-right ...…
 
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