The 1920s in Berlin were an incredible time, full both of misery and wonder. It was the time which brought both the worst and the best in people who lived there. And sometimes it helped pave way for genius. Or future classics.

Episode 5 of Berlin Companion Podcast tells the story of one such classic made in Berlin.





Sound effects:

BBC Sound Effects Archive
bbc_animals—_07037493 piegeons cooing
bbc_animals fighting for food

Freesound
Suspense Comedy” by Tyops
Ambient Traut” by Vann Westfold
Silent Movie – Sam Fox – Hurry Music” by FreqMan

Storyblocks 

Main theme: “Assembly Line Frustration” © Ionics Music | TerraSound.de

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In April 1945, as the Red Army was closing its grip on Berlin, coming closer and closer to Hitler’s last refuge under the Chancellery gardens, one of his favourite pilots managed to fly a small aeroplane into the burning capital and land it near Brandenburg Gate. On board she carried a wounded future head of the Nazi Luftwaffe.

Aircraft Capitan Hanna Reitsch. Here is the story of her remarkable Berlin coup. And of her post-war denial.

Ep 5 SOUND IN BERLIN Berlin Companion Podcast

The 1920s in Berlin were an incredible time, full both of misery and wonder. It was the time which brought both the worst and the best in people who lived there. And sometimes it helped pave way for genius. Or future classics.Episode 5 of Berlin Companion Podcast tells the story of one such classic made in Berlin.Sound effects:BBC Sound Effects Archive bbc_animals—_07037493 piegeons cooingbbc_animals fighting for food Freesound "Suspense Comedy" by Tyops " Ambient Traut" by Vann Westfold" Silent Movie – Sam Fox – Hurry Music" by FreqMan Storyblocks Main theme: “Assembly Line Frustration" © Ionics Music | TerraSound.deYou can follow Berlin Companion on:Twitter at @kreuzberged and @BerlinCompanionWordpress blog at kreuzberged.comand via all most popular podcast streaming services out there.To support the podcast via Buy Me A Coffee click the link below. Many thanks, time-travellers!Support the show
  1. Ep 5 SOUND IN BERLIN
  2. Ep. 4 Landing in Berlin
  3. EP. 3 HANNA FLIES TO HELL – THE LAST DAYS OF THE THIRD REICH IN BERLIN
  4. EP.2 TREFFPUNKT 8 UHR: BERLIN CLOCKS
  5. EP. 1 BERLIN O'CLOCK

EP.2 TREFFPUNKT 8 UHR: BERLIN CLOCKS Berlin Companion Podcast

In the 1920s elegant Berliners fell in love with a scent called "Treffpunkt 8 Uhr" (Rendezvous at 8PM). Made by a legendary local manufacture Schwarzlose – which still exists today – it stood for the Exciting and the Romantic but also for what Berlin seemed never to have enough of: time.From 1787 when the first public clock appeared in Unter den Linden, clocks dictated the pace  of the city. Many appointments were scheduled under the chronometer. Later, the areas around public city clocks, the Normaluhren, became traditional meeting points for Berliners. So when in 1969 a new public clock was unveiled on the main East Berlin plaza, on Alexanderplatz, it became clear that the Weltzeituhr (World Clock) would be a witness to many a rendezvous in the years to come. As it has been until today.Here's the story of two famous Berlin chronometers.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BerlinCompanion?new=1)