Der Galberg Podcast



A podcast series brought to you by Galway and Bamberg students


  • Joining the German Army: Months One to Three


    Are you a lil’ momma´s boy? Have you just realized that that you have never really had to prove yourself? Have you realized that you need help to overcome your status as a worthless, disgusting maggot? Sonny, go join the army. Either they’ll make you into a hero and a gentleman, or at least you'll have died trying. But before you heed the call to arms, listen to our podcast to find out if you can take the first three months, or if you would be better off quitting before you even start.Download MP3Michael and Philipp, survivors

  • The Galberg Breakfast Show


    Our group had the task of producing a "making of" podcast which reflects on the rest of the series. This is it!We hope you enjoy the show!Download MP3Greetings from Bamberg,Julia, Marina and Peter

  • Eating and Drinking in Bamberg


    »Du bist, was du isst!«In Germany, people's eating habits are very often linked to their lifestyles. Get a broader picture of how students in Bamberg fill their stomachs and who they socialize with while doing just that. Which food type are you? The Minimalist? The Trendsetter? The Social-Organic Ecologist? Or more of a Mammy's boy or even a Mammy's girl? Check it out!Download MP3Thanks a million to you, Nicola and Elaine, for your help!Andy & Séb

  • Das Galwayer Kulturfest - The Galway Arts Festival


    Hi,wir sind Joanne und Kayleigh und wir studieren in Galway. Jedes Jahr findet hier das Galway Arts Festival statt, ein internationales Kulturfest, das auch viele ausländische Besucher anzieht. Wir haben mit Einheimischen und Zugezogenen darüber gesprochen, wie sich das Fest mit der Zeit verändert hat und was ihr Lieblingsteil ist. Viel Spaß beim Zuhören!Download MP3Viele GrüßeJoanne und KayleighWeitere Informationen und Neuigkeiten zum Galway Arts Festival 2009 gibt es hier:

  • The Christmas Market


    As it is an important part of German culture and attracts lots of tourists every year, we created a podcast that leads you through the fascinating world of the highlight of Germany's advent-season: the Christmas market! Be inspired by original recordings of different visitors and brush up your knowledge with our historical overview. You'll feel like you're there!Download MP3Enjoy it,Caro and Debo

  • Wilkommen in Galway


    Liebe Bamberger,Wilkommen in Galway!Unser Podcast gibt eine kurze Einführung in unsere kleine, aber charmante Stadt und was euch erwartet, wenn ihr selber mal auf Besuch kommt. Wir haben Interviews mit 3 verschiedenen Studenten der Uni in Galway gemacht und sie haben ein bisschen darüber erzählt, was sie hier am liebsten machen.Wir hoffen, dass es euch gefällt!Jeannine, Leah und MarthaDownload MP3

  • Galwayer Legenden


    Wir präsentieren euch einen Podcast über zwei Galwayer Legenden. Nein, damit sind nicht wir, Denise und Clemens, gemeint, sondern die Geschichten vom Claddagh-Ring und dem Lynch Window. Beide sind auf ihre Weise tragisch, aber auch sehr interessant, weil sich ihre Spuren noch heute in Galway finden. Mehr darüber erfahrt ihr zum Beispiel auf diesen Seiten: einfacher ist es, wenn ihr euch einfach unseren Podcast anhört: Download MP3 Unser Dank gilt Rosaleen O'Neill und Michael Shields, die sich von uns haben interviewen lassen.Grüße aus GalwayDenise und Clemens

  • The Bamberg Horseman


    This podcast was produced by Judith and Dirk, two students from Bamberg, neither of whom possesses a horse.The Bamberger Reiter is an Early Gothic equestrian statue in the cathedral in Bamberg. Although the statue itself doesn't seem that impressive to us today, the mystery behind it transcends its physical smallness. This was the main thing which caught our interest and convinced us to produce a podcast about it. So with this podcast, we intend to inform you briefly about the mystery behind the Bamberg horseman.For more information on the statue, check out this site (in German): this shorter site (in English): listen to our podcast: Download MP3Thanks to our tandem group in Galway, Clemens and Denise, for giving us the idea!And many thanks to Esther for helping us out with our English!Judith & Dirk