Episode 29: Afghanistan 2.0: What happens to Civil Society and Afghan women after NATO forces leave? (Part One) Common Ground
Episode 28: Voting while young -- What role will Germans between the ages of 18 and 35 play in choosing the next chancellor? Common Ground
Episode 27: Why don’t women feel safe? Outrage in Europe and beyond after the murder of Sarah Everard in London Common Ground
Episode 26: No Roof over our Heads, Part II: The Mietendeckel is no more, so what happens to affordable housing in Germany? Common Ground
Episode 25: Old But Not Broke -- Can we afford to retire? Common Ground
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 30: Afghanistan 2.0: What happens to Civil Society and Afghan women after NATO forces leave? (Part Two) Common Ground
Episode 10: Is Germany ready for the new, transatlantic realities? Common Ground
KCRW Berlin's Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson mulls over absent, inanimate friends and their long journey home in our latest Wednesday 3 p.m. story. This story was originally broadcast on July 29, 2020.
In today's Wednesday 3 p.m. story 'German's Chocolate Cake," KCRW Berlin's Sylvia Cunningham looks into the history of the famous cake and discovers a man with a sweet secret.
“Recycle” is the title of our latest Wednesday 3 p.m. essay. Monika Müller-Kroll captures the sour mood while waiting in the supermarket bottle return line.
This Wednesday, L.A. writer Michael Urban lets his imagination run wild with " Notes from Underground," a dark vision on where we could be if things take a turn.
Do you long for a "normal" day? In his latest essay, L.A. writer Michael Urban turns the clock back to 1993 to find comfort.
In today's Wednesday 3 p.m., "No Reply," KCRW Berlin's Monika Müller-Kroll shares her struggle to get her canceled airplane ticket refunded. Will she succeed? Find out.
It’s Wednesday and we’ve got a gem for you: “Why I Love Social Distancing,“ by Michael Urban. Do we need to say more?
"Office Chair" by Monika Müller-Kroll is the latest story from our Wednesday 3 p.m. series. A hint: It's more about "traveling" than work.