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Local authors from the podcast community, compiled by Berlin news in English podcast RADIO SPAETKAUF

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Beer Hiking Berlin

Daniel Cole, Yvonne Hartmann

There's nothing better than topping off a hike with a refreshing beer in your hand. Berlin and Brandenburg offer a plethora of interesting breweries that make tasty beers. Thus, Beer Hiking Berlin is all about enjoying a good regional walk with a satisfying drink to boot. With maps, profiles, and other helpful information, this guide takes you to breweries beloved by locals. Thirsty hikers will find beautiful routes to tempting destinations. It is a love letter to two of the most beloved things in this world: Hiking and beer.

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Coming to Berlin

Paul Hanford

Global journeys into an electronic music & club culture capital

Revolutionary Berlin

Nathaniel Flakin

Few European cities can boast a history as storied and tumultuous as that of Berlin. For more than 150 years it has been at the centre of revolutionary politics; of era-defining struggles between the Left and the Right. It has been bombed, rebuilt and carved in two.In Revolutionary Berlin, veteran tour guide Nathaniel Flakin invites you to stand in the places where this history was written, and to follow in the footsteps of those who helped write it. Through nine self-guided tours illustrated with maps and photographs, readers enter the heady world of 19th century anti-colonial struggles, the 1918 November Revolution and the 1987 May Day riots encountering the citys workers, queer community and radical women along the way.The first English-language guidebook to tell the story of Berlins radical history, this is a must-have for Berliners and visitors alike.


Mark Reeder

David Bowie, Nick Cave, Westbam: West-Berlin hatte sie alle. Von Punk bis zur Love Parade - die Achtzigerjahre in West-Berlin waren wild und voll von Musik, Kunst und Chaos. B-Book dokumentiert die einzigartige Mischung aus Künstlern und Kommunarden, Hausbesetzern und Hedonisten jeder Couleur und erzählt von der letzten Dekade Berlins hinter dem Eisernen Vorhang. Mark Reeder ist in den Achtzigern von Manchester nach Berlin gezogen. Der Musiker, Produzent, Labelinhaber, Schauspieler und Autor erzählt hier seine Berliner Geschichte - aus der Sicht eines "Fremden" und mit unnachahmlichem britischem Charme.

Book orders are fulfilled via an affiliation with B​ü using Awin.



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