Level A2
Radio D

Radio D: Level A2

Paula and Philipp take on some new assignments: they see a race between a Trabant and a Porsche, clear up a case of things that go bump in the night at Bonn's house of Beethoven and are confronted by a mysterious case of laser terrorism in Jena.

In the Editorial Office Grafik: Goethe-Institut

In the Editorial Office

Paula misses her old colleague Ayhan a lot. Then in the office they get two emails.

Trabant versus Porsche Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Trabant versus Porsche

Paula and Philipp drive to Grünheide to get some information about a mysterious car race.

In the Inn in Grünheide Grafik: Goethe-Institut

In the Inn in Grünheide

The regulars tempt Philipp to take on a bet which he might well regret.

Jan Becker Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Jan Becker

A young man called Jan Becker turns up and shows great interest in Paula.

On your marks, get set, go! Grafik: Goethe-Institut

On your marks, get set, go!

In Grünheide the moment has finally come. Trabant and Porsche speed away.

The Hare and the Tortoise Grafik: Goethe-Institut

The Hare and the Tortoise

“One, two, three – go!” Eulalia tells a story about another special race.

A New Colleague Grafik: Goethe-Institut

A New Colleague

On Jan’s first day as a trainee at Radio D his collegues Paula and Philipp are called out yet again.

A Ghost in Beethoven-Haus Grafik: Goethe-Institut

A Ghost in Beethoven-Haus

Paula and Philipp are in Bonn to solve the riddle of the Beethoven-Haus.

Beethoven plays Beethoven Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Beethoven plays Beethoven

Suddenly Eulalia turns up in Bonn: she has made an important observation.

Ludwig van Beethoven Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Ludwig van Beethoven

A radio play looks at the life of the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven.

Listeners’ Letters Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Listeners’ Letters

Listening to the radio in German is not easy. There is a lot of unknown vocabulary.

By Train to Jena Grafik: Goethe-Institut

By Train to Jena

Philipp is once again having trouble with his car. The exhaust is broken.

Laser Terrorism in Jena Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Laser Terrorism in Jena

At the hotel Paula and Philipp find out about a laser congress in Jena.

A Hot Lead Grafik: Goethe-Institut

A Hot Lead

Our two journalists have still got no further with their research about the laser terrorism.

Help from the Sky Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Help from the Sky

Paula and Philipp have made an important observation during their visit to the optics plant.

Mission for Eulalia Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Mission for Eulalia

Eulalia is still missing. Was the owl injured by a laser beam?

Special Edition Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Special Edition

“Owl catches laser terrorist!” What’s all this about?

The City of the Greats Grafik: Goethe-Institut

The City of the Greats

During a walk Philipp discovers a plaque on which is inscribed “Jena – Zug der Geister”.

In the Romantikerhaus Grafik: Goethe-Institut

In the Romantikerhaus

At the end of the 18th Century there were many exceptionally interesting figures living and working in Jena.

Berlin Bears Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Berlin Bears

After their long and exhausting research work, Paula and Philipp want to look around Berlin in peace.

Building of the Berlin Wall Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Building of the Berlin Wall

A radio play provides an insight into the “German-German” story.

East and West Grafik: Goethe-Institut

East and West

What common perspectives have East and West Germans developed in the meantime?

Berlin Mitte Grafik: Goethe-Institut

Berlin Mitte

Paula’s takes her colleagues to an unusual restaurant called “Tacheles”.

German as a Foreign Language Grafik: Goethe-Institut

German as a Foreign Language

Berlin is a multicultural city. You can see that when you look at the schools.

A Reference for Jan Grafik: Goethe-Institut

A Reference for Jan

Jan is hoping for a good reference as he wants to apply to a school of journalism.

A Riddle Grafik: Goethe-Institut

A Riddle

This is the last episode of our language course Radio D. To say farewell we have a riddle for you.