tv Frag den Lesch Deutsche Welle April 5, 2021 12:15am-12:31am CEST
i am. proud countries are in point of fact the premier's we held on t.v. and online during the time of corona and the own corona program as well had bigger audiences than otherwise from one that's got number one actually climb all the online performances we chalked up an average of $10000.00 viewers per day and now for our broadcasts of lohengrin and general in front we sense that they met with lots of energy and they enjoyed a wide distribution kafka in the specter and if you consider that we've got 1377 seats then these numbers the upper is reaching now a very encouraging kind of movie doesn't want to get into. the in addition to opera the concerts by the house august or the shops capella palin are also going online though because of the pandemic with repertoire for small ensemble.
ringback 'd the digital programme of the starts on today in london is it sounds simple free of charge but generally for 30 days only. music lovers the world over would do best to catch the shows as they can. balance crap same is of course world famous it's been languishing for over a year now the clubs and d.j.'s have meanwhile banded together to form an online network called united we stream. and there will be a stream stuff in its united we stream was conceived on march 18th 20 twentieth's by the berlin club commission. and the we claim club culture network is a fund raising and streaming initiative to help berlin's clubs through the crisis.
in venue not copes in their clothes are tired from. united way stream rivals can experience deejays in empty shot of clubs and are often rather unusual places around town as here in berlin city the tower or in the natural history museum. down the platform has moved beyond there to become a worldwide active network. as things stand now the best way to experience berlin as a tourist and also be found online be about berlin after is one among many possibilities. the about berlin app may not be a lockdown baby but. it really does do the trick if you're yearning for some berlin
and your life initially it was developed as a guide for history based walking tours of the city well now it can be excellently reappropriated as a teaser of what tourists can expect once the city reopens in store so that. the about during the coven crisis the about berlin app has taken on a somewhat different role normally it would be aimed at people wanting to take a self guided walking tour how has this app function of volved during the crisis itself and. regionally of course it was an app for our guests it's in 2 languages english and german for our international desk and now we've discovered that berlin is who have to stay in town are getting interested in it and getting to know their
own city a little better and for that it's ideally suited to is on the phone. why did you decide to build the out around the city's history. that you visit from what our guests have told us we know that history is a strong motivator for them to come here and so we've conceived it a bit differently as a story when you think of history you probably think of dates but we didn't do that if we took a completely different approach we thought ok we'll experience history through stories 10 the halls here not just hoping for recovery for berlin's tourism sector you're actively planning for it but how can you when everything is still up in the air. basically it's not all that hard to plan but since we're well prepared there are hygiene concepts there's talks of the ticketing there are times lots and so on what's a little harder is finding out when we can start to run we're all chomping at the bit but don't know when we can start over is going to be going over. another highly
anticipated. moment is the reopening of the noir. news am today it's still a construction site the original building dates back to the 1960 s. it was designed by german american architectural legend meets funda who after 6 years of renovations the emblematic building will open in august covered allowing of course that's what i did and you know what does the law enough mean to berlin and to berliners it was the premier building for 20th century berlin built in 1968 when the wall was still up so it was the building for art in west berlin today in the reunified city we have several national galleries alternates are now gathering for the art of the 19th century and this one for the art of the 20th century designed by nice. yes but they are like busily renovating now what can visitors look forward to after the renovation and it's not. renovated the building very
strictly as nice found out or originally planted in 1968 we wanted to preserve as much of that as possible and so we'll be reopening with an exhibition that i think he would have liked very much namely of alexander calder an artist who made quite a few mobiles and large sculptures and would like this sculpture exhibition to recall the great age of western modernism in which this building too was created shuffleboard the thought and i'm sure it means he would have left it well to be really structural it must have been a huge undertaking to get a building like this in shape for the next 100 to 200 years. what were the biggest challenges he led it's actually a much larger building than you'd think at 1st because from here un you see there's a valiant but it has this vast underground level for the collection and they've really taken everything apart some 40000 individual components have been taken outside the city refurbished and brought back again they regarded the entire
building as one big work of unstuck but dr vass what's the most special part of the new annoying that you know. that i don't want special about it is that we actually took nice found or very seriously even in the technical specifications so when you stand here on the terrace you'll notice it has no incline every normal terrace has an incline to let the water run off but nice didn't want that he wanted this truly horizontal surface and to achieve it wasn't all that simple. we did it anyway exactly the way he passed. all the while that is impractical but then it's very beautiful and elegant and. countless institutions around the world are anxiously awaiting the end of the
pandemic so they can get back to business meanwhile the adam inhabiting south africa's kruger national park couldn't care less about this whole mess and this week's meet a local we catch up with a man who knows the place like the back of his hand bongo and the chief ranger of the park. hi guys my name is bond and to join a ranger in the kruger national park i'm ready to take you out on the safari come with me let's go. on from the eastern cape corps born in canton and see which is. put in is a bit of contesting the waltz ever since i was born. so walden less is more parts of the field guide i have already learned to work in the group of pockets so
amazing because kruger is so big they don't versity all the want like it's so rich. that is a martial. science one of the largest groups around here and those eagles actually when they fully grown they can pick up a baby impala they specializes in morning time visits you can see the tired sort of banging on the other side of the tree often there's a dispiriting wall. every time i drive in these roads it's a new day every day i mean look at this vastness just open. just. how do we not have. the golden. years the
magic the magic i mean. while come to some friend on the bridge this is where i work from with me. this special it's amazing because they utilizing what's in there as part of the history so to have that actually train with accommodation i think to most places where you actually sit and look at the water but not the water flowing and so it's very very unique to have that sound of the heap of good. the whole the ecosystem is here actually wanting to sometimes you don't need to go in the game you can just sit outside and literally the wild will come to you which is fantastic it's a sign of hope because last year was a very tough year for the tourism industry and then most of their colleagues
they've been laid off and through their work. no money in every day we estimate about profit 800 cars driving through the park every day i mean with a long. single vehicle drive literally the animals would actually we haven't seen literally big elephant dung on the road lions leaping everywhere because there's no one there it's like they're begging for the top. as for combating. the sun. i would suggest people they should come and explode kruger national park this is the best price over. for less a metropolis between paralysis and relentlessness being stuck in this limbo as
something extraordinary even for a city as used to transformation and disruption as berlin. houses scribe the current 5 and berlin nothing's really normal nowadays as it does feel like the city is awakening from a deep slumber slowly timidly and with a lot of skepticism regarding the future but who knows maybe we'll soon be able to travel safely again i certainly hope to see you next time somewhere in germany or once more right here.
in. my sorrow. and exactly one year ago i was here standing on the swing of the singing thing i'm playing my morning with the musicians all about the lyceum orchestra our musicians into something with the coronavirus price says one year after the joint project mozart. teetotallers. time for tay-sachs.