Playlist · by Alexandra Carter
17 episodes, 13 hours 20 mins
S1 E03 Viniculture
Emily and Guen visit Viniculture in Berlin and chat with owner/importer Holger Schwarz to share a glass and chat about natural wine. Listen as Emily and Guen join Holger Schwarz, passionate wine importer and seller at his shop Viniculture in Berlin for a glass and a chat about natural wine.
Episode 262: Food and Art in Berlin
On today's Snacky Tunes, we spoke with three Berlin artists who use food as their medium of creative expression and connection to the community around them. 'Pepe Dayaw' is a work-in-progress. In this work lies a blend of folklores, precarious technologies and funky improvisations whose mission is to research and choreograph living designs and sociality. Formally educated in the University of the Philippines, University of Amsterdam, University of Warwick, the National Museum of Reina Sofia Madrid and the Kaloob Philippine Music and Dance Ministry, Pepe performs, having trained in several dance disciplines such as pangalay and butoh, a self-taught chef, polyglot and masseur; and a professional karaoke singer. Kim Upstill is a freelance event producer, curator, chef, and artist based in Berlin. She hosts and cooks a variety of pop-up cafes and events that investigate feasting’s ability to enact lyrical and discursive participation with universal and personal themes such as family hi...
Berlin Travel Guide: What to Eat and Where to Go in Europe’s ‘Poor but Sexy’ City
Photographer, potter, and globe maker Chloe Dalrymple fits right in with Berlin’s creative scene. A native Brit, Chloe has lived in Berlin for three years and spends her days guiding visitors around her adopted city as a freelance tour guide, primarily with Insider Tour. There’s so much to talk about, so I’m breaking this episode up into two parts. Today, you’ll learn more about Chloe and get her insider trips on the best places to eat and hang out in the city. In part 2, we’ll dive more into Berlin’s Nazi and Cold War past, which is a big part of tourism here. Visit postcardacademy.co for a list of Chloe's great Berlin travel recommendations. If you enjoy this episode, please subscribeand forward this show to a friend.If you’re feeling especially kind, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. This helps people discover the show. Instagram, Twitter, Facebook Thank you to Six Miles High Design for creating the brilliant Postcard Academy logo.
39 The Changing Face of Berlin and Gay/Lesbian Travel with Ed Salvato
In the past decade and a half, Berlin has re-emerged as one of Europe's major capitals -- it's changing so quickly even tourism officials have difficulty keeping up. Rick gets the latest on Berlin 's rebirth from EurAide's Lee Evans. Berlin is also one of the major worldwide destinations favored by gay and lesbian travelers. We'll learn what's happening in this travel market with Ed Salvato, editor of OutandAbout.com, a website run by the largest gay publisher in North America.
Episode 067 Travel to Berlin, Germany (Part 1)
Travel to Berlin, Germany with our friends at Uncornered Market, Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott. This couple has traveled to over 90 different countries and has chosen Berlin to call their homebase. In this episode we discuss Berlin beer, the neighborhoods that make up this travel destination, and how these two started on a journey of a lifetime.
Travel Today With Peter Greenberg—ITB Berlin with Qatar Airways
This week Travel Today withPeter Greenberg comes fromITB Berlin in Germany. While at the convention, Petercovers the unveiling ofQatar Airways'new business class seating. Mr. Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, shares some exciting information about Qatar’s diverse fleet and upcoming joint ventures.Travel writer and speaker Doug Lansky talks about the need to better welcome travelers to the United States as a means to create a better overall visitor experience. George Stone, Appointed Editor-in-Chief atNational Geographic Travel, shares some of his favorite travel destinations and his “not spots” as well. BruceSimpson,Managing Director at North Island, Seychelles Wilderness Safaris, sheds light on his program at North Island, which uses high-end luxury to drive conservation efforts on the island. There’s all of that and more when Travel TodayPeter Greenberg comes from the ITB in Berlin, Germany.
Ep 44 - Eurotrip Part 1: Berlin vs. Prague, Travel, eCommerce, and the Drop Shipping Retreat
Location independent entrepreneurs travel through Europe talking business and seeing sights. This week we talk about the pros and cons of Berlin Germany and Prague in the Czech Republic for traveling, things to eat, places to see and the liveability as a digital nomad. We talk business, eCommerce, and about the upcoming Dropship Lifestyle Retreat in Chiang Mai. Johnny talks about how one year ago going to Europe was just a dream, and what his thoughts about the food are so far, as well as what his first beer in over a year tasted like. Here's a link to his complete guide on Berlin:http://www.johnnyfd.com/2014/08/johnnys-guide-to-berlin-germany.htmlHe also reveals a sneak peek on what people in the private members area of http://www.AntonMethod.com have been up to and are talking about. Anton gives his opinion on where he would live in Europe if he were to move out there as a location independent entrepreneur and talks a bit about the updates on the dropshipping retreat, more details...
Ep 165 - Barcelona through Hamburg to Berlin- Travel Update
Johnny FD will reveal 7 key travel tips that will enhance your travel experience. He will provide ways to meet like-minded people while traveling alone and how to join free walking tours in Berlin. You’ll enjoy hearing about his adventures in Ireland, Berlin, Germany, Ukraine and the lessons learned along the way. Links: Ep 163 - Wicklow Way in Ireland & Tomato Fights in SpainEp 164 - Leaving Ireland, Adventures of Digital Nomads Dropshipping from China with AliExpress Johnny's Guide to BERLIN, Germany Johnny's Ultimate Travel Guide to Thailand Johnny's Guide to Ukraine: Kiev, Odessa and Chernobyl Coworker.com Time Stamps: 01:39 - Ireland in the Summer 02:32 - Hiking the Wicklow Way 03:48 - Affiliate World Berlin 06:52 - Traditional Germany 09:15 - AirBnB side income 10:59 - Affiliate World Europe Shopify & Dropshipping 13:23 - The alternative graffiti walking tour Berlin 21:41 - Meeting people in unfamiliar cities 23:56 - Thailand travel advice 30:18 - Staying in Europe long term ...
162 - Berlin travel with Paul Sullivan
Berlin is a vibrant city full of art, history, and fantastic people doing interesting things. We speak with Paul Sullivan from Slow Travel Berlin and try to get to grips with the best clubs, best restaurants and most interesting things to do in the city. For more, visit http://indietravelpodcast.com/podcast/berlin-travel/
Realpolitik and travels in Berlin
Returning to the original meaning of realpolitik and walking the streets of Berlin.
Berlin's Museum Island: A Conversation with Thomas Gaehtgens
Join Ben Lima for a conversation with Thomas Gaehtgens, director of the Getty Research Institute. The two discuss European art history and traditions of museum curation, as well asMuseumsinsel,the northern half of one of Berlin's districts which is made up of five architecturally grand museums. Spoken of in Specific detail is the Bode Museum. Edited by Oskar Olsson.
Challenging the Encyclopedic Museum—Berlin's Museum Island
Thomas Gaeghtens, current director of the Getty Research Institute and recent director of the German Center for the History of Art, Paris, reflects on Berlin's encyclopedic National Museums and their history.yclopedic National Museums and their history. This podcast is brought to you by the Ancient Art Podcast. Explore more at ancientartpodcast.org.
Everyone gets a bit giddy when a trip to Berlin is mentioned. The least morning commute appropriate episode ever.----This episode is supported byEmerald Life, the UK's award-winning inclusive insurance provider -emeraldlife.co.ukTickets for A Gay & A NonGay live at the Brighton Fringe are now on sale -June 2 at The MarlboroughPlease support our special little friendship atgaynongay.com/donateA Gay & A NonGay is an independent podcast from James Barr (@imjamesbarr) and Dan Hudson (@danhudson). Email firstname.lastname@example.org or stay in touch via twitter, facebook or insta@gaynongay.Exec produced by@talia For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In this episode, we chat about the 2014Rick Steves’ Europeepisode “Berlin.” We discuss why Berlin is a great place to get Turkish food, why Berlin is one of the best cities to visit museums, and how it might be the best world-class city for the budget-minded traveler.
Joanna Robertson is a journalist and mother who has lived in five foreign countries, where she has observed that local shopping habits tell you a lot about the place. In these Essays, she argues that when people go shopping, they don't just purchase goods, they also buy into something else. Joanna Robertson takes us shopping with the locals and explores these ulterior motives and what they reveal about the residents of five cities: Rome, New York, Berlin, Tirana and Joanna's current home, Paris. In this edition, she finds that shopping for toys in Berlin reveals an attitude to childhood and nature that's unique to Germany. Germany's concept of nature is deeply rooted in the concepts of nineteenth-century German Romanticism, which in turn is reflected in German toys, and childhood. The child is the Wanderer, journeying through the boundless realms of creativity and dreams, close to the beauty, teachings and wonders of Nature. It's a childhood of great freedom, and responsibility. Pro...
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