Berlin History 6 – Ruined Visions 2 of 4 – Matt Frei BBC Documentary Series, recorded on 24.11.2009 . Ruined Visions Series in which Matt Frei explores different aspects of Berlin, a city that thrives on diversity. After the wall fell on November 9th 1989, Berlin regained its status as Germanys political and cultural centre. In its 800 year history many different regimes have used the city as a showcase of power. Recorded from BBC on 24.11.2009.
Archiv für September 2010
Anetta Kahane Amadeu Antonio stiftung Black History Month Amadeu Antonio stiftung BERLIN amadeu antonio Anetta Kahane STRUKTURELLER RASSISMUS AUADS AFROTAK TV cyberNomads SPORT AKADEMISCHE INSTITUTIONEN Adetoun Kueppers Adebisi Afrikanische Union African Diaspora Sixth Region AUADS Afrika Deutschland ANETTA KAHANE VON DER AMDEU ANTONIO STIFTUNG gegen Rechtsextremismus NAHM AUF EINLADUNG VON AFROTAK TV cyberNomads AM PANEL STRUKTURELLER RASSISMUS IN AKADEMISCHEN INSTITUTIONEN UND IM SPORT im Rahmen des BLack History Months 2010 Berlin teil.
Berlin History 9 – Ich Bin Ein Berliner 1 of 4 – Matt Frei BBC Documentary Series, recorded on 03.12.2009 . Ich bin ein Berliner – Series in which Matt Frei explores different aspects of Berlin, a city that thrives on diversity. Hedonism and creativity are the hallmarks of Berlin. From Cabaret to Iggy Pop, from Otto Dix to Turner prize winner Simon Starling: Culture is Berlins calling card, but its reputation is built on a past of conflict and consolidation. How has Berlin resolved its multi-ethnicity both in the past and in the present? And what are its perspectives for the Future? Documentary series written and presented by Matt Frei, recorded from BBC on 08.12.2009.
Germans remember the day, two decades ago, when they heard that the wall dividing East Berlin and West Berlin was crumbling amidst popular protests. (Shannon Smiley and Craig Whitlock, edited by Francine Uenuma/The Washington Post)
bit.ly Berlin’s Hidden History part 1