Rock, pop, hip-hop, electro: Every month begins with a foray across Germany's studios and clubs. Together with Zündfunk, the scene magazine of Bayerischer Rundfunk, the Goethe-Institut presents what's new off the charts.
Learn more about Germany with "Radio D" - even without a teacher. An English-speaking presenter guides you through the language course and discusses structures and phrases of the German language with different conversation partners.
"Industry insights" is all about the entertainment industry. It is about current challenges and strategies of the film industry, such as the digitalization of business, diversity and inclusion as well as social, environmental and economic sustainability and the power of community building.
"Berlinale's House of Talents" immerses you in the world of the Berlinale. Learn more about the making of the magic we call cinema in inspiring conversations with internationally acclaimed filmmakers and artists from the Berlinale Talents archive.
The authors tell stories of multilingualism, diversity and identity and place languages such as Farsi or Arabic on an equal footing with German. A different way of listening, full of new nuances and perspectives.
"Timezones" explores the multiple realities of artists and their practices around the world and questions what it means to live and work in the cultural and arts sector in different countries, cities, and contexts today.
"Hiberno Goethe" dives into the many facets of art, language and life between Ireland and Germany. What do musicians, dancers, artists and writers from both cultures take away from this intercutural exchange? For all listeners who like to cross borders.
"Talking Culture" is a platform for thought-provoking discussions about the future of Europe, the UK and the world. Through fascinating interviews with thinkers from the arts and culture sector, this program explores how creative areas will change in the future.
The presenters Daniel Nenchev, Alexander Vladimirov, Ana Blagova and Ivan Dimitrov are on the lookout for current and important topics in their field and meet with artists, musicians, writers, translators and educators from Bulgaria and Germany.
How (differently?) are the most diverse everyday things perceived in Russia and Germany? Moderators and guests negotiate a wide variety of topics, such as attitudes towards online shipping, start-ups, or comic culture.
"Goethe MakerCast" and host Omar Elsafty invite you on a journey into the maker and startup world of Egypt. Get to know important and interesting players in the scene, learn more about current developments and opportunities in the region and be inspired to become active as a maker yourself.
"Superfrauen" tells stories from the lives of inspiring women. Their paths through the world are exciting, athletic, clever or courageous - despite all their diversity, the women portrayed have one thing in common: they are role models.
How can you develop an interesting game? How do you become a game developer and what steps do you need to have in mind to market a game? "Press Start" looks over the shoulders of various players in the games industry.
The "Art and Tech" podcast explores how the interplay of art and technology is shaping Nigeria's creative landscape. New inventions, such as the spray can or the synthesizer, provide the raw material for new forms of art.
The transatlantic podcast "The Big Ponder" focuses on cultural history and politics in the United States and Germany. Each week a topic from a German-American perspective is transformed into a compelling radio essay.
Almost 5 million Venezuelans have left their homeland due to the economic, political and humanitarian situation. What does migration mean to them? How does the transmission of knowledge take place and what are role models of the young generation? "Generaciones" brings representatives of those who have left into dialogue with those who have stayed.