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“Common Ground” is a 30-minute weekly show from KCRW Berlin.

The show, hosted by former NPR international correspondent Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson, aims to bring people together on sensitive issues, existential questions and flashpoints to find mutual understanding, compromise and solutions.

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“Common Ground” is a 30-minute weekly show from KCRW Berlin.

The show, hosted by former NPR international correspondent Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson, aims to bring people together on sensitive issues, existential questions and flashpoints to find mutual understanding, compromise and solutions.

    Cyclists vs. Pedestrians

    Cyclists vs. Pedestrians

    Frustration is high in Berlin over the rights of cyclists vs. drivers. But what about the rights of Berlin’s pedestrians vs. cyclists? We explore that fraught relationship and other human-powered, sustainable mobility conflicts in Berlin on the third episode of Common Ground.

    • 28 Min.
    Should Berlin become a tech hub?

    Should Berlin become a tech hub?

    When Google announced plans to open a campus in the Berlin neighborhood of Kreuzberg, local opposition was so loud that it ground the tech giant’s plans to a halt. A similar wave of protests hit Friedrichshain earlier this year against Amazon’s plans to erect a 140 meter-tall office building. Should Berlin embrace its potential as a tech hub? Or will the German capital turn into a European version of San Francisco and Seattle?

    • 27 Min.
    Who is a REAL Berliner?

    Who is a REAL Berliner?

    As the German capital rapidly evolves into an international city with immigrants from around the globe, there's a lot of disagreement over who gets to call themselves a Berliner. In the hour-long premiere of “Common Ground”, host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson and panel explore the issue.

    • 53 Min.
    Introducing Common Ground

    Introducing Common Ground

    “Common Ground” joins KCRW Berlin's show roster from September 10, 2020. In this preview, host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson lets you in on what to expect from the talk show that aims to "forge consensus from controversy," and invites you to be part of the taping of the first, hour-long episode, via Zoom, on September 7, 2020.

    • 3 Min.

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