We’re pleased to announce our upcoming cooperation with Nai Palm of Hiatus Kaiyote for her upcoming show at Silent Green on November 17. Nai Palm is a two-time Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and musician from Australia whose music has been championed by R&B and hip-hop’s most respected tastemakers including Questlove, Jazzy Jeff, Erykah Badu and Prince. Stay tuned for a ticket giveaway and interview.
Studio Berlin host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson discusses the importance of the Polish election and its impact on Europe with Wojciech Szymanski, correspondent for the Polish service of the Deutsche Welle network and Lucasz Pawlowski, managing editor of Kultura Liberalna.
Each month, in our segment Leitmotifs, opera singer Fredrika Brillembourg talks to creatives in the world of opera and classical music. In this edition, Fredrika speaks with Adrian Jones, the orchestra director of the Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin (RSB).
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier calls for solidarity in society against anti-Semitism. In other news, average incomes are up across Germany, prompting increases in social security contributions for higher earners. Find out more in your KCRW Berlin News Brief.
We asked some of the directors whose films are being screened at this year’s Dokuarts festival, to record audio postcards for us, detailing a bit more information about their films. We’ll be releasing them during the duration of the festival.
Germany’s Interior Minister Horst Seehofer wants more EU countries to agree to a distribution plan for migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea, but efforts to seal a new deal in Luxembourg have failed.
Several streets in Berlin remain blocked by Extinction Rebellion climate activists. In other news, officials praised police cadets who captured and held a man who rammed a truck into motorists in the town of Limburg. Find out more in your KCRW Berlin News Brief.