Talking Germany: The German Way of Life

"Talking Germany - The German Way of Life." The show takes an entertaining and informative look at what makes Germans tick, what they think and how they feel.

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Talking Germany: Claus Hipp, Entrepreneur


Claus Hipp is a familiar face in Germany, not least because he personally appears in the commercials for his baby food company. On Talking Germany he'll be talking about jars of cereal, organic farming and good manners. Claus Hipp took over the company founded by his father Georg in 1932 at a young age. His father died when he was 29 and he and his brothers Georg and Paulus took the helm...


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 15 June 2015  33m
 
 

Talking Germany - Claus Hipp, Entrepreneur


Claus Hipp is a familiar face in Germany, not least because he personally appears in the commercials for his baby food company. On Talking Germany he'll be talking about jars of cereal, organic farming and good manners. Claus Hipp took over the company founded by his father Georg in 1932 at a young age. His father died when he was 29 and he and his brothers Georg and Paulus took the helm...


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 15 June 2015  33m
 
 

Talking Germany: Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer


Alexandra Kalle discovered her olfactory talent in her late twenties and gave up her career as a marketing expert. Today she works for a fragrance company that makes the world famous brand 4711 Original Eau de Cologne. On Talking Germany, Alexandra Kalle speaks about her sensory relationship to her work. Alexandra Kalle was born in 1970 in Paderborn. After graduating from high school, she studied languages and business administration...


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 08 June 2015  31m
 
 

Talking Germany - Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer


Alexandra Kalle discovered her olfactory talent in her late twenties and gave up her career as a marketing expert. Today she works for a fragrance company that makes the world famous brand 4711 Original Eau de Cologne. On Talking Germany, Alexandra Kalle speaks about her sensory relationship to her work. Alexandra Kalle was born in 1970 in Paderborn. After graduating from high school, she studied languages and business administration...


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 08 June 2015  31m
 
 

Talking Germany: Amir Kabbani, Professional Mountain Biker


Amir Kabbani is one of Germany's best dirt bikers. On hazardous circuits he jumps over earth mounds and other obstacles on his mountain bike, and catapults down steep slopes and ramps. Amir Kabbani is 24 and grew up in Boppard on the Rhine. He practices in the forests around the wine-growing town. On Talking Germany he talks about renown and risks in his extreme sport. Amir Kabbani, whose mother is German and father Syrian, discovered mountain biking when he was 13...


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 01 June 2015  34m
 
 

Talking Germany - Amir Kabbani, Professional Mountain Biker


Amir Kabbani is one of Germany's best dirt bikers. On hazardous circuits he jumps over earth mounds and other obstacles on his mountain bike, and catapults down steep slopes and ramps. Amir Kabbani is 24 and grew up in Boppard on the Rhine. He practices in the forests around the wine-growing town. On Talking Germany he talks about renown and risks in his extreme sport. Amir Kabbani, whose mother is German and father Syrian, discovered mountain biking when he was 13...


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 01 June 2015  34m
 
 

Talking Germany: Constanze Kurz, Author and Hacker


Constanze Kurz is spokesperson for the Chaos Computer Club. On Talking Germany, the IT expert discusses how robotics are changing our lives and why she encrypts all her digital communication. Constanze Kurz was born in East Berlin in 1974. Her interest in technology was sparked by her father's work as an engineer and the education she acquired at vocational college. With relatives who worked in the church, her family was also of interest to the dreaded secret police...


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 25 May 2015  36m
 
 

Talking Germany - Constanze Kurz, Author and Hacker


Constanze Kurz is spokesperson for the Chaos Computer Club. On Talking Germany, the IT expert discusses how robotics are changing our lives and why she encrypts all her digital communication. Constanze Kurz was born in East Berlin in 1974. Her interest in technology was sparked by her father's work as an engineer and the education she acquired at vocational college. With relatives who worked in the church, her family was also of interest to the dreaded secret police...


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 25 May 2015  36m
 
 

Talking Germany: Walter Möbius, Doctor and Author


Walter Möbius spent decades as head doctor at the Johanniter Hospital in Bonn. One of his patients was former Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who became a good friend. Now 77, he's retired but still a keen photographer. On Talking Germany, he talks about the lessons he learned from his years in the medical profession. Born in Bonn in 1937, Walter Möbius studied medicine and traveled the world as an ameteur photographer and rock climber...


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 18 May 2015  32m
 
 

Talking Germany - Walter Möbius, Doctor and Author


Walter Möbius spent decades as head doctor at the Johanniter Hospital in Bonn. One of his patients was former Chancellor Helmut Kohl, who became a good friend. Now 77, he's retired but still a keen photographer. On Talking Germany, he talks about the lessons he learned from his years in the medical profession. Born in Bonn in 1937, Walter Möbius studied medicine and traveled the world as an ameteur photographer and rock climber...


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 18 May 2015  32m