Queer As Berlin
An education podcast in German from Michael Meyer - PODCAST.EINS
“Queer as Berlin” ist ein neuer schwuler Podcast aus der Hauptstadt,der interessante Gäste und Themen präsentiert. (Sub-) Kultur, Politik, Unterhaltung, Musik, Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft – alles aus schwuler Perspektive kann hier Thema sein. In Deutschland leben ca. 12.5 Millionen Schwule, davon allein 500 000 in Berlin. Dabei soll es durchaus auch um Themen gehen, die über den BerlinerTellerrand hinaus interessant sind. www.podcast-eins.de
Michael Meyer arbeitet seit über 30 Jahren für den ARD-Hörfunk, zunächst für den SFB und ORB, dann für den RBB. Heute berichtet
Michael Meyer über Kultur-, Medien, Reise- und LGBT-Themen auch für andere Sender, wie DLF und WDR. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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