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The Goethe-Institut and Zündfunk, Bavarian Radio’s scene magazine, showcase the latest music by riveting off-the-charts bands. Pop made in Germany. Rock, pop, hip hop, electro: at the beginning of every month we shine our search beacon into the nation’s studios and clubs from Kiel up north to Weilheim way down south. https://www.goethe.de/popcast
 
Talking Culture is a platform for thought-provoking discussions about the future of Europe, the UK, and the world. Through fascinating interviews with thinkers and doers in the arts and culture sector, this show investigates how creative fields are emerging from the tumultuous present into the future. What role will culture play in a post-Brexit, post-COVID-19, post-colonial world? And how can it contribute to a future that prioritises sustainability, collaboration, diversity, and inclusion? ...
 
The Goethe Institutes abroad invite German bands and ensembles of every stripe to tour their areas. Coordinating with local festivals, concert halls and clubs, the institutes set up gigs for them as well as workshops, coproductions and get-togethers with local musicians. Our podcasts present information about and samples of our music events around the globe, so listen in at your leisure or sign up for a free subscription.
 
Simply put, a “Fehler” is a mistake, but it’s also the response to one of life’s big questions: how do we innovate and make progress? Our answer: often by mistake. This podcast takes a deep dive into some of the best errors, faults, and flaws out there. Mistakes – misunderstandings in translations, faulty processors, or dead flies – can unexpectedly lead to something new. In celebration of this innovative power, we’re dedicating an entire website to the “Fehler.” Peruse our zine to immerse y ...
 
Radio D is a stand-alone language course which can be used either in conjunction with a teacher or without. - The audio language course Radio D comprises two series, each with 26 episodes. An English-speaking presenter takes the listener through the programme and, along with a guest, discusses structures and expressions used in the German language. Geographical, historical and institutional aspects are also included. - Each episode comprises information/summary and a synopsis of various expr ...
 
Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast is about and for the entertainment industry. The podcast features long episodes as a year-round series, with short episodes to be aired only during the five-day virtual event of the EFM 2021. As the first international film market of the year, the European Film Market is where the film industry starts its business of the year. Industry Insights - The EFM Podcast will put the spotlight on highly topical and trendsetting industry issues, thereby creating a c ...
 
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Welcome to episode 26 of the James Murua Literary Podcast. Today’s guest is Zimbabwe-born, USA-based Munashe Kaseke, the writer of the debut short story collection Send Her Back and Other Stories as well as the founder of independent publisher Mukana Press. In our episode, she speaks about her writing, her journey as a publisher, and how she hopes …
 
The Kenya Writes guest for today is Kisumu-based lawyer and author Patrick Ochieng who was shortlisted for the 2010 Golden Baobab Prize and the NALIF Writing Competition in 2017. He has been published in Kikwetu, Munyori, Brittle Paper, and other literary publications. He lives in Kisumu, Kenya, with his family. His debut book for children is Playi…
 
Imagine life beyond crises. A world beyond catastrophe, wars and climate crisis. How would you like to live? And now think ahead to 2050. Looking back on your present self, how would you have wanted to have lived? In this episode we talk to curator and project developer Isabel Raabe of Talking Objects Lab and curator and dance dramaturg Thomas Scha…
 
In this episode of “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” Samantha Rose Hill talks with Hannah Arendt scholar Richard Bernstein about radical evil, the banality of evil, and his personal friendship with Arendt. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “…
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by industry analyst Johanna Koljonen, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. The 2022 Nostradamus Report: Imagining a Sustainable Industry - published this May - is looking at the near future of the screen industries in the industr…
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by curator-producer Nadia Denton and industry analyst Johanna Koljonen, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. This episode, featuring guest speakers Mike Musante, Tiffany Lin and Mbali Ndhlovu, deals with the subject of equity and…
 
The Kenya Writes guest for today is Mombasa-based writer and festival organiser Lorna Likiza whose debut literary offering is the children’s book Oi Gets Lost. She tells us their journey to her first book, working with her Ukrainian illustrator, about her festival the Heroe Book Fair, and about the writing scene in her adopted town of Mombasa.…
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by curator-producer Nadia Denton and industry analyst Johanna Koljonen, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. Featuring the insights of thought leaders, policymakers and activists, this episode will explore the multitude of barrie…
 
In this episode of “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” Samantha Rose Hill and Ken Krimstein discuss the art of storytelling, ecstatic truth, and the pleasures of the archive. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Danger…
 
In this episode the novelist Madeleine Thien and Samantha Rose Hill discuss loneliness, friendship, and writing. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with Hannah Arendt about our …
 
In this episode the composer Dylan Mattingly talks with host Samantha Rose Hill about the need for quiet, eros, and the art of listening. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a project for thinking with…
 
Law and Philosophy Professor Anita L. Allen talks with Samantha Rose Hill about privacy, freedom, Hannah Arendt’s essay “Reflections on Little Rock,” and on what counts as the political. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Th…
 
Architect Hans Teerds talks with host Samantha Rose Hill about how private and public space is designed, and how the spaces we navigate shape our daily lives. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a proj…
 
Hannah Arendt was a stateless refugee for nearly 20 years of her life. In this episode host Samantha Rose Hill talks with Professor Stephanie DeGooyer about Arendt’s phrase “the right to have rights,” and what it means to be a citizen in the world today. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Insti…
 
Berlin artist-duo Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock talk with Samantha Rose Hill about the work of memory, Holocaust memorials in Berlin, and Walter Benjamin. “Hannah Arendt: Between Worlds” is a coproduction of the Goethe-Institut and the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. This podcast is part of “Hannah Arendt: Thinking is Dangerous,” a projec…
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. This podcast episode is a special edition dedicated to the current invasion of Ukraine. Tamara Tatishvili (Head of Training - MEDICI the Film Funding Journey) is moderating this episode and speaks with Julia Sinkevych (Producer, Ukraine), Tanja Georgieva-…
 
Author and curator Dan Hicks, best known for his book The Brutish Museums (2020), takes stock of the debate around the enduring legacies of empire in our museums, universities and society at large. In this episode, he talks about recent events in Europe and North America, from removing statues and un-naming buildings to returning artefacts from col…
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by curator-producer Nadia Denton and industry analyst Johanna Koljonen, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. This episode deals with the dearth of Indigenous film critics worldwide, and how this gap in the critical landscape impa…
 
Kick off your second EFM day with our EFM Morning Brief - 10 minutes to keep you up to speed with the latest news – today provided by our guest correspondent Fionnuala Halligan from Screen International, followed by our "what's on for today" to help you navigate our EFM Industry Sessions and spot highlights and tips for the day. Make sure to stay o…
 
Kick off your EFM day with this short morning coffee companion: our daily EFM Morning Brief. 10 minutes to keep you up to speed with the latest news – today provided by our guest correspondent Eric Kohn from Indiewire, followed by our "what's on for today" to help you navigate our EFM Industry Sessions and spot highlights and tips for the day. Make…
 
Kick off your EFM day with EFM's Morning Brief - 10 minutes to keep you up to speed with the latest news – today provided by our guest correspondent Thomas Schultze from Blickpunkt:Film, followed by our "what's on for today" to help you navigate our EFM Industry Sessions and spot highlights and tips for the day. Make sure to stay on top of all the …
 
Kick off your EFM day with EFM's Morning Brief - 10 minutes to keep you up to speed with the latest news – today provided by our guest correspondent Scott Roxborough from The Hollywood Reporter, followed by our "what's on for today" to help you navigate our EFM Industry Sessions and spot highlights and tips for the day. Make sure to stay on top of …
 
Kick off your EFM day with our daily EFM Morning Brief - 10 minutes to keep you up to speed with the latest news – today provided by our guest correspondent Manori Ravindran from Variety, followed by our "what's on for today" to help you navigate our EFM Industry Sessions and spot highlights and tips for the day. Make sure to stay on top of all the…
 
Kick off your EFM day with our daily EFM Morning Brief - 10 minutes to keep you up to speed with the latest news – today provided by our guest correspondent Diana Lodderhose from Deadline, followed by our "what's on for today" to help you navigate our EFM Industry Sessions and spot highlights and tips for the day. Make sure to stay on top of all th…
 
Fatma Shafii is a Swahili writer who likes to write about human behaviour and emerging issues affecting the continent based in Mombasa. Her poems, fiction and nonfiction have been published in various platforms including creativewritersleague.co.keand the online literary magazine Lolwe. She is the founder of SHIWAKI (Shirika La Waandishi wa Kiswahi…
 
The Goethe-Institut London and the Somerset House Studios are collaborating to establish a new international artist residency programme to support a Germany-based artist working at the intersection of music, art and technology.For the inaugural edition from October 2021 we invited Berlin-based and Texas-born DJane, writer and performer Juliana Huxt…
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by industry analyst Johanna Koljonen and curator-producer Nadia Denton, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. The Looking Glass research project published in 2020 revealed a mental health crisis within the Film and TV Industry in …
 
This week’s podcast, repurposed from the livestream that happened on November 25, 2020 featuring Mariette Tchamda Mbunpi and Annette Michael. The podcast is a production of James Murua Literary in cooperation with Frankfurter Buchmesse with financial support from the German Federal Foreign Office. Enjoy.…
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by curator-producer Nadia Denton and industry analyst Johanna Koljonen, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. In this episode, actor and director Jerry Hoffmann discusses his recent work, the sci-fi short I AM. The film, shot duri…
 
In the summer of 2020, British author and broadcaster John Kampfner released a new book with a provocative title... Why the Germans Do it Better: Notes from a Grown-Up Country. In this episode, we share his 2019 Brady Lecture with the same title: Why the Germans Do it Better. And yes, the title made us a bit uncomfortable too. But don’t worry; this…
 
This week’s podcast, repurposed from the livestream that happened on Thursday, November 18, 2020 featuring Ondjaki and Philipp Khabo Koepsell. The podcast is a production by James Murua Literary in cooperation with Frankfurter Buchmesse with financial support from the German Federal Foreign Office. Enjoy…
 
With Brexit in the rear view, the decades-long discussion and debate about the role and purpose of the European Union has taken on a new urgency. In this episode, we ask two young intellectuals–one from the UK and one from Germany–to reflect on what Europe means to them. Alice Boyd is a composer, theater maker and environmental campaigner from the …
 
Industry Insights – The EFM Podcast is presented by the European Film Market of the Berlinale. Hosted by curator-producer Nadia Denton and industry analyst Johanna Koljonen, it delves deep into the rapidly evolving film industry. In this episode, we dive deep into the current international production and co-production landscape, in conversation wit…
 
Art has the power to change the world by highlighting critical issues, but what responsibility does the art world have to make their own changes and take inventory of internal practices that are unsustainable or inequitable, to address the environmental cost of putting on exhibitions? In this episode, Iwona Blazwick, Director of the renowned Whitec…
 
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