Episode 24: A Shot In The Arm -- Should immigrants living in Germany fly home for their COVID-19 vaccine? Common Ground
Episode 23: Agree to disagree? The U.S. and German do-si-do on China Common Ground
Episode 22: Wir Schaffen Das -- Except in the Bundestag? Common Ground
Episode 21: Time to reboot - Germany’s rocky road to the digital age Common Ground
Episode 20: No roof over our heads -- A look at Germany’s growing housing shortage Common Ground
Episode 19: Climate Change -- A Reality Check Common Ground
Episode 18: Fighting Fake News - Is it censorship or necessary to preserve democracy? Common Ground
Episode 17: Rollout Roulette - When will we get our COVID-19 shots? Common Ground
Episode 16: “Lockdown Leiden” - Are Germany’s virtual schools during the pandemic failing? Common Ground
Episode 15: Can German automakers survive Tesla? Common Ground
Episode 10: Is Germany ready for the new, transatlantic realities? Common Ground
Podcast 9: Becoming German - Should religion count? Common Ground
This piece originally aired on March 30 and was replayed on April 14.
As the biggest global health crisis in years threatens people around the world, The Coronavirus Chronicle reveals how people in Berlin are coping, like Adrianne Oldham.
She is a 33-year-old teacher of 7th, 11th and “Abitur” level students at the Nelson Mandela School. Her subjects are English and political science.
When the pandemic shut down the schools, she scrambled to find new ways for her students to learn, and more importantly, cope. And she’s using video calls to do it. Listen below to find out how:
Oldham adds: “When we come back, the most important thing is going to be rebuilding the health of our community.”
The Coronavirus Chronicle #9: THE HARDEST LESSONS monika.mueller.kroll
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