Episode 61: American Football in Germany – Touchdown or Fumble? Common Ground Berlin
Episode 60: Common Ground Berlin Stammtisch, Vol. 2: A Scintillating Look at the News. Common Ground
Episode 55: The Angst about Denglisch Common Ground
Episode 52: The Digital Markets and Digital Services Acts: What do they mean for Big Tech and you? Common Ground
Episode 46: The Young and Restless – A new generation of German MPs take charge Common Ground
Episode 44: Street Names Common Ground
Episode 41: A new German Chancellor and French EU presidency -- Are the changes a recipe for more gridlock in 2022? Common Ground
Episode 40: Common Ground’s First Stammtisch: A Scintillating Look at the News Common Ground
Episode 38: Mildred Harnack: Resistance leader or obedient wife? Common Ground
Episode 37: “None of the Above?” It’s a horse race to determine who will succeed Angela Merkel Common Ground
Episode 70: A German Conundrum: Dual Citizenship Common Ground Berlin
Episode 69: UN Climate Action Summit 2022 – A venue for meaningful change or empty pledges? Common Ground Berlin
Jazzfest Berlin has a long tradition in the city. It’s been a platform for musicians from around the world since 1964.
This year, the four-day festival is scheduled to kick off on Nov. 5 with a focus on the jazz scenes in Berlin and New York. We spoke with Nadin Deventer, the artistic director of the festival about what to expect from this special pandemic edition of Jazzfest Berlin.
Written by: Dina Elsayed