It’s the best part of the week!
So, if you want to find out what’s new in the world of German language podcasts, you’re going to need a German network.
The best German podcast is now a German one!
That’s because The Guardian German podcast network is now home to a new breed of podcast.
This is the German podcast that’s been listening to the Guardian since the end of the Cold War, when the Guardian was one of the first English-language newspapers to offer it on a free, public-domain site.
The Guardian is a huge fan of the podcast, and since 2014 it’s become the biggest German-speaking podcast in the country.
But it’s not just the Guardian that is excited about this new breed.
The podcast has also become the go-to source for German-speakers who are interested in becoming more familiar with the German language, and it has attracted new German-specific listeners to the network.
Here, we look at what it’s like to be a German podcast listener and explore how the Guardian German network is helping to nurture and promote German-influenced podcasts in the UK.
How German-friendly are your German podcasts?
It can be difficult to tell the difference between the language and the culture.
That’s why the Guardian’s German podcast was designed to be accessible to anyone with an interest in German language culture and culture.
There’s no need to know German to enjoy the podcast; you’ll be introduced to the language, the culture, and the people who have made it.
You’ll also be exposed to German idioms and culture from around the world.
So whether you’re an English-speaking listener looking to learn the language or an expat from Berlin, the Guardian is sure to be there to help.
And if you’re already familiar with some of the German podcasts out there, you’ll find that they can all be fun.
Here’s a list of the best German-focused podcasts in terms of the quality, range, and quality of content they offer.