Helping refugees with artistic measures07/01/15
According to the UN, World's displaced have hit record high of 60 million. Pedagogue and conductor Dr. Thomas Clamor is not willing to accept the harm that many refugees are suffering from.(60 Millionen Menschen sind laut UNO weltweit auf der Flucht -...
Being part of Queensland´s Music Festival
Professor Thomas Clamor, chief conductor of the Saxon "Bläserphilharmonie" and art director of the German "Bläserakademie" is expected in Australia in July.(Professor Thomas Clamor, Chefdirigent der Sächsischen Bläserphilharmonie und künstlerischer...
Servus Österreich - A musical Winter´s Journey
The "Austrian Choir", founded in 1981, exists today under the name "Austrian Singers" in Melbourne. Last weekend, they gave a successful winter concert. (Der 1981 gegründete "Austrian Choir" lebt heute als "Austrian Singers" in Melbourne weiter....
Lidl expected to open in Australia
Lidl is running over 10.000 stores in 26 countries. Now, the German supermarket giant is going to enter the Australian market.(Über 10.000 in 26 Ländern - jetzt will der deutsche Supermarkt-Diskounter auch Australien erobern.)
Where is the Australian job market heading?
Mining giant BHP Billiton, a US-oil company in West Australia and even Australia Post have announced to cut jobs. An analysis by job market expert Georg Hirschi. (Der Bergbauriese BHP Billiton, ein amerikanischer Ölkonzern in Westaustralien und sogar...
Australian choreography in Germany
The Aussie David Williams has spent more time of his life in Germany than back in his home country. After 24 years in the dance industry, he now works as a choreographer.(Der Australier David Williams lebt mittlerweile mehr Jahre in Deutschland als er...
Greeks escape to Melbourne
As uncertainty continues to surround Greece's financial future, a growing number of its citizens have been taking their chances overseas. Melbourne has seen thousands of new arrivals who've sought help from family and friends to find work. While s...()
Wolfgang Mueller wins Best Radio Report
SBS had a very successful night at the 2015 NSW Premier's Multicultural Media Awards last week, taking out five prestigious awards across radio, television and online. The best radio report was won by Wolfgang Mueller, who talked to Trudi Latour...
The week on SBS Radio
The highlights of the German program this week include a look at the role of independent journalism in Myanmar, as well as an answer to the question why Austrians are obsessed with Australia.(Die Höhepunkte des deutschsprachigen Programms in dieser...
Poetry Slam and Comedy
There are many ways in which to climb the olymp of entertainment. Lea Kubeneck takes a closer look at the tough work behind stand-up comedy, and she speaks with Franziska Holzheimer, a poetry slam artist from Hamburg. (Es gibt viele Wege, die Bühnen...
W.a.w.?! The Queen, Taylor Swift and German soccer
This week on 'What a week?!', comedian CJ Delling wonders why courts can't make our laws, like in the Netherlands, and why the Queen has been quite outspoken in Germany. (Bei "Was für eine Woche" fragt sich Komikerin CJ Delling, warum nicht die...
Journalism in Myanmar
Sydney TV correspondent Dieter Herrmann is teaching journalism in Myanmar. (Sydney Korrespondent Dieter Herrmann berichtet, wie er in Myanmar angehenden Journalisten das Medienhandwerk beibringt. )
The Queen in Germany
Germany is hosting a four-day state visit by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh. A report about their first day in Berlin.(Es ist der fünfte Staatsbesuch der Monarchin. Es erwarten sie vier Tage mit 13 Terminen. Ein Bericht über den ersten Tag in Berlin.)
Green lights for St Paul's Cathedral in Melbourne
The Cathedral had a green and sustainable makeover. 350 low energy light bulbs reduce the carbon footprint by 30 percent, says the Dean of Melbourne, Dr Andreas Loewe.(Die Kathedrale erhielt ein grünes, umweltverträgliches Kleid. 350 neue...
Servus Österreich - Meeting Consul General Dr Wolff (Part...
Austria is crazy about Australia - and vice versa. Dr Michael Wolff can confirm it through working with people from both countries every day.(Österreich fährt ab auf Australien - und umgekehrt. Das kann Dr. Michael Wolff durch seine tägliche Arbeit...
Echo Helvetia - Being Swiss in Australia
New arrivals from Switzerland can find valuable advice and tips on "swissdownunder.org" about living in Australia. Behind the project is the Swiss lawyer Carmen Trochsler in Adelaide.(Seit ein paar Monaten greift die Webseite "swissdownunder.org" mit...
Is lead in the soil a potential hazard?
German environmental scientist Cornelia Polster recently submitted her Honours thesis to the RMIT University in Melbourne.(Die deutsche Umweltwissenschaftlerin Cornelia Polster hat soeben ihre Honours-Arbeit an der RMIT Universiät in Melbourne...
What will radio sound like?
While celebrating SBS Radio's 40. birthday, we also take the opportunity to look into the future. What will radio sound like in a few decades time? (Während wir bei SBS Radio den 40. Geburtstag von SBS Radio feiern, wollen wir auch vorausblicken. Wie...
Medicine waste - What do to with it
Your bathroom cupboard probably has some expired pills - tucked away in the corner. Perhaps they were painkillers from that time you had a tooth extraction. Or maybe it's an old bottle of cough syrup.(Bestimmt haben Sie irgendwo Zuhause auch...
40 years of German Radio
SBS Radio turns 40 this year. Wolfgang Müller has researched the history of the German program to find out more about the people that shaped the organisation and its radio output.(SBS Radio wird in diesem Jahr 40 Jahre alt. Wolfgang Müller hat die...
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