Look what I bought today01/26/15
To present the shopping items in front of the camera is a big YouTube hit in Germany. Millions are addicted to the shopping habits of self-styled idols.(Seine vollen Einkaufstüten vor der Kamera zu präsentieren ist in Deutschland ein YouTube-Hit....
Too sick to work
Many of us go to work although we are sick. Are we just putting our colleagues at risk? Or is the fear of losing the job so great and justified? A studio conversation.(Viele von uns gehen trotz Grippe ins Büro. Steckt man dadurch nur die Kollegen an?...
Immigration yesteryear and today
Immigration 20 years ago was somehow easier than today but it had its flipside too. An elderly couple and a "new arrival" are weighing up its pros and cons. (Immigration vor 20 Jahren war für manche viel einfacher als heute, hatte aber auch seine...
The Week on SBS Radio
In this week's shows, we talked about the Australian Open, about sunburn and snowmen as well as about the Film Festival in Saarland.(In den Sendungen dieser Woche ging es bei uns um die Australian Open, um Sonnenbrand und Schneemänner und um das...
What A Week?!
CJ Delling wants to know why people in Saudi Arabia are not allowed to build a snowman. She also tackles the Pope's comment about reproduction.(CJ Delling fragt sich, warum in Saudi Arabien keine Schneemänner gebaut werden dürfen, und beschäftigt sich...
What's happening in Germany?
We talk about the resignation of Pegida initiator Lutz Bachmann, who is now investigated by the public prosecutors office for sedition. Are Pegida and its even more radical offshoot Legida finished? We also find out why the Germans are missing at...
Servus Oesterreich - Chair judge in 10 years
Daniel Infanger from Austria was a chair and line judge at 21 Grand Slams and 1.400 matches(Daniel Infanger aus Oberösterreich war Schiedsrichter an 21 Grand Slams und 1.400 matches.)
How to celebrate Australia Day
January 26 is Australia´s National Day. The day which marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the British in Sydney under Captrain Arthur Phillip. How is the day been celebrated traditionally and how much do Germans know about it? A...
First year and no regrets
One year ago Australia's only German newspaper was on the brink of collapse. The former editor Nadine Halberkann jumped in at the last minute to give it a new lease of life.(Australiens einzige deutschsprachige Zeitung stand vor einem Jahr vor dem...
How do German tourists protect themselves from the Australian sun? Are they aware of the danger? We asked them under the Melbourne sun.(Wie schützen sich deutsche Touristen vor der australischen Sonne? Sind sie sich der Gefahr bewusst? Wir haben sie...
Art by the chainsaw
For only the second time, chainsaw woodcarvers from many different countries gathered up high on Melbourne's Mount Dandenong. Oliver Heuthe watched the artists at work along with other spectators from Germany.(Erst zum zweiten Mal treffen sich oben...
Bonegilla - Memories in my luggage
German migrants arrived in Australia immediately before and after World War II. They came as displaced persons or refugees, persecuted for their faith, driven by need, curiosity or a sense of adventure. They came to start a new life in a new...
Australian Open: Do German players stand a chance?
Two weeks of World class Tennis lie ahead at the Australian Open in Melbourne. After many years of early exits, do German players stand a chance? Tennis reporter Julia Metzner explains why the successors of Boris Becker and Steffi Graf have such...
The week on SBS Radio
In this week's shows, we talked about German celebrities who are camping in the Australian jungle. We also discussed the Australian Open 2015.(Diese Woche ging es in unseren Sendungen um deutsche Promis, die sich im australischen Dschungelcamp...
W.a.w.?! Of WAGs and HABs
Comedian CJ Delling analyses the Paris peace march, including the secret distance between politicians and commoners. Nonetheless, she also wonders why wives and girlfriends are always at the centre of the tennis reports.(Komikerin CJ Delling...
What people in Germany are talking about
In this week's episode Christian Froelicher quizzes Niels Büngen about the latest events in Belgium and Berlin, as well as the dramatic rise (plus 20 percent) of the Swiss Franc, and its ramifications for Germany.(Christian Froelicher spricht mit...
Servus Oesterreich - Fit and pretty happy
Hannes Holly from the city of Salzburg runs a mobile fitness business in Perth. He loves it here in Australia, which he's been calling home for 10 years. His Australian wife although is in love with Austria.(Seit knapp zehn Jahren wohnt der Salzburger...
Are interest rates on savings accounts going up again?
The stock exchange is in a bad mood caused by plummeting prices for commodities. Nevertheless the word has it that the reserve thinks about raising interest rates for saving accounts.(An den Börsen herrscht negative Stimmung angesichts fallender...
A united stand in Europe against anti-immigrant and far-right groups
In Germany, Chancellor Angela Merkel and the country's President, Joachim Gauck joined Muslim leaders at a vigil to pay tribute to the Paris victims. (Tausende Menschen, Spitzen aus Politik und Gesellschaft haben sich in Berlin an einer Mahnwache...
Who is ready for Australia's jungle?
The ninth season of Germany's version of "I'm a celebrity get me out of here" is about to start in the Australian bush. We take a look at the candidates who are hardly known, even to the German public.(Die neunte Staffel des RTL Dschungelcamps beginnt...
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