Life in Germany, as seen through the eyes of outsiders (previously called "Expat Life Germany").
Germany and climate change (Patrick Niedermayer from Germany)
How Germany is dealing with climate change, and what foreigners in Germany can do.
BONUS - Recent German history, and escaping East Berlin by pretending to be a swan (Emma from the USA)
In this outtake from my interview with Emma from the USA, we discuss recent German history, and how to win freedom by pretending to be a swan.Follow Emma on InstagramJOIN THE THE GERMANY EXPERIENCE FACEBOOK GROUPVisit the official The Germany Experience...
Emma dances here (Emma from the USA)
Emma is a dancer who moved from New York City to Berlin. Even though Berlin is a big city, she still has to adjust to the slower pace of life here. She also discusses why there is more freedom to be adventurous with your career in Germany, why Germany...
Everything changes all the time: finding your place in Germany (Shaked from Israel)
Shaked moved from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Germany to take the next step in her dance career: a move to dance management or production. But does she want to leave the actual dancing aspect behind? And how can she adapt when the German city she lives in...
RERUN: Living abroad teaches us the power of connections (Anna from Canada)
Originally released on September 4th, 2019 (episode #14).Anna Noakes Schulze from Canada presented a TEDx talk called “Living Abroad Teaches Us the Power of Connections”, and in it she tells her own expat story to demonstrate how those that we make...
RERUN: Discussing German stereotypes with Nicole from The Expat Cast
Originally released on October 20th, 2019 (episode #20).Are Germans really efficient? Do they like order? Are they as punctual as everyone says they are? Nicole, a US expat living in Germany and the host of The Expat Cast, helps me confirm or bust...
A wealth of knowledge and humour
I came across this podcast when I was part of the parkrun group interviewed for one of the earlier podcasts. I have become a regular listener (having never really been a podcast listener before). I have lived in Germany for 7 years and to listen to other people’s experiences and realize that I am not alone or crazy, has been wonderful. I love the humour in these podcasts, I love the sincerity, I love the sympathy and I love the honesty. Anyone who has moved to Germany or thinking of moving to Germany should have a listen.
Lots of practical advices
Very lively podcast with a whole bunch of stories and practical advices. Way to go Shaun!
Story-sharing in a fun way!
So many different stories of people with diverse backgrounds end up discovering the joys (and sometimes woes) of living in Germany.
Thanks to Shaun we get to hear and learn from them!
Hope to enjoy many more new episodes... :)