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Walrus will bring you compelling stories from Berlin, alternated with reflections on its controversial history. Because it is only after you understand Berlin’s central role in so many historic conflicts, that you can fully appreciate the unique situation Berlin is in today.

Walrus will bring you compelling stories from Berlin, alternated with reflections on its controversial history. Because it is only after you understand Berlin’s central role in so many historic conflicts, that you can fully appreciate the unique situation Berlin is in today.
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Berlin, Germany

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Walrus will bring you compelling stories from Berlin, alternated with reflections on its controversial history. Because it is only after you understand Berlin’s central role in so many historic conflicts, that you can fully appreciate the unique situation Berlin is in today.

Twitter:

@4000hertz

Language:

English


Episodes

BER Airport

7/31/2018
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A conversation with Joel Dullroy on the airport that never seems to get finished. With material from the four-part series 'How to F#ck up an Airport". Original show aired on Radio Spätkauf. http://www.radiospaetkauf.com/category/ber/ Music by Denis Wouters and Mark Schilders.

Duration:00:25:51

The Hangover

5/16/2018
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Meanwhile on the mainland; 15.000 British citizens living in Berlin after Brexit. Thanks to David Sumner, Georgia Riungu, Ryan Balmer, Daniel Tetlow, Jon Worth, Jonny Whitlam, Zoe Noble, James Glazebrook, Bruce, Jane Golding and Esme Nicholson. Brits in Europe, The Three Million Group, Expath, Berlin.de, Article 50. Music by LY Foulidis, Mark Schilders and Svetnik. Image by Georgia Riungu.

Duration:00:42:49

Devil’s Mountain

11/1/2016
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The history of Devil’s Mountain (Teufelsberg) stretches out almost 80 years. After WWII Albert Speer’s military academy was buried under the rubble of approximately 400.000 Berlin houses. On top of the ruins a ‘listening station’ was built by the western allies, later taken over by the NSA. Today Teufelsberg is a re-discoverd attraction, where people can walk among the former buildings of a spy station run cold.

Duration:00:28:57