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The Bear’s Holiday Stories: ‘A Christmas Wish for Everyone’ by Galina Fedulova Pirco Pirco
For the second year in a row, we’re ringing in the holiday season with a special treat. We’re bringing you stories from The Bear, Berlin’s one-of-a-kind storytelling event.
We continue the series with “A Christmas Wish for Everyone” from storyteller Galina Fedulova. Galina left her home in Russia at the age of 17. Three years ago, she moved to Berlin and is currently working as a marketing manager at Wooga, a company that develops mobile games.
You can listen to all of The Bear’s Holiday Stories here.
If you can’t get enough of great storytelling, be sure to check out our monthly show, The Bear on KCRW Berlin.
Written by: Pirco Pirco
The holiday season can evoke so many childhood memories and in today's "Wednesday 3 p.m." micro story Monika Müller-Kroll is taken back to 7th grade. "Mister Mister" is about a special classroom moment. Stay tuned for more Wednesday 3 p.m. stories in 2020 and Happy Holidays!