PODCAST «Stories in Berlin»
You can follow our podcast series «Stories in Berlin» in a weekly basis @ S t e a d y : https://steadyhq.com/en/storiesinberlin
«Stories in Berlin» is a weekly english-language podcast that features interviews and stories from guests based in Berlin.
Created by Christina Kyriazidi, the founder of STORY FOR FOOD initiative, this podcast tours Berlin to audio collect stories that otherwise would be lost.
It includes true stories, in the form of monologue or staged as radio drama, featuring Berlin based writers, activists, artists and bands, poetry and songs.
This podcast is about everyday stories that never make it to the news, inspiring narratives, moments of daily wisdom, tales of small incidents or big decisions that take place around us everyday in Berlin.
Get to know the charming city of Berlin through its stories and sounds.
——— You can listen to all the trailers and to some exclusive episodes
on our YouTube channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxL_TvAFxqKcY-hmftNdPxg
or on Soundcloud : https://soundcloud.com/user-727554005-531294896/sets/stories-in-berlin-podcast
More information : https://www.storiesin.berlin
For more content, you can subscribe to the podcast on the platform Steady : www.steadyHQ.com/storiesinberlin
When you subscribe, you get your personal audio RSS feed and you only have to copy this URL once into your podcast player
Then you will automatically receive new exclusive episodes every Monday
Please note that by supporting this podcast, you also support STORY FOR FOOD - this means you help us collect, share and archive stories that otherwise would get lost
P O D C A S T
EVENT OF THE MONTH
Once a month, we host an event featuring some of the artist of the month podcast episodes.
In August 2019, we host a Q&A with Marisa Benjamim, a Portuguese visual artist based in Berlin, who has being developing sensorial artistic projects involving edible flower sculptures that the spectators are invited to contemplate, smell and taste. In Floristaurant, one of her projects, knowledge about plants and flowers accumulates and serves to illustrate how is limited the variety of foods we consume in our modern Western diet.
24 July 2019 @19h
*** for everyone subscribing to the PODCAST that night, there will be free tote bags with our logo