If you missed our Summer episode on NPR Worldwide this past week, now you can listen to the whole thing here. Hosted by Anna Winger and Gisela Williams and produced by Bilal Qureshi, our second one-hour Berlin Stories looks at why it has been so hard to get Berlin’s new airport off the ground. We also explore the surprising role of blackface in contemporary German theater and find out what it’s like to spend a whole day naked on an FKK beach. Bilal Qureshi hears the Philharmonic’s Albrecht Mayer play at the legendary nightclub Berghain, Gisela Williams introduces a new restaurant review series, The Roundtable, and Anna Winger asks what the debate around the Günter Grass poem says about the role of German artists in public discourse. Tune in now!