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Stories in Berlin

We also run a podcast that celebrates personal anecdotes and story-telling! 

Stories in Berlin is a storytelling podcast that delves into the cobbled streets of Berlin and explores the city's history through anecdotes, personal tales and experiences of Berliners, old and new.

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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 form of monologue or staged as radio drama, interviews with Berlin based writers, artists and bands, poetry and songs. 

Get to know the palpitating city of Berlin through its stories and sounds.

More info: https://storiesin.berlin

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IG : @storiesinberlin

-------- Season 1  was launched in the spring 2019 for a total of 24 episodes.

This season features true stories from Berlin-based writers, activists, musicians, filmmakers and founders of initiatives and organisations that give Berlin its unique vibe. 

-------- Season 2 was launched in late 2019 for a total of 11 episodes
This season is a collaboration between Christina Kyriazidi and Icelandic musician Smári Gudmundsson. In this season, we bring you old stories that took place in the city of Berlin, accompanied by original music written by Smári. 

-------- Season 3  was launched in spring 2021 for a total of 14 episodes. 

This season consists of a radio reading of the novel "𝚃𝚑𝚎 𝙱𝚎𝚛𝚕𝚒𝚗𝚎𝚛𝚜"  by Christina Kyriazidi, a collection of semi-fictional stories about the life of Berliners in the times before, during and after the corona pandemic.

 

ª You can listen to all the trailers

on our YouTube channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxL_TvAFxqKcY-hmftNdPxg 

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