He's well known to regular DW viewers as one of the main news anchors and as host of the weekly current affairs talk format Agenda. Brent Goff has been living and working in Berlin since 1999.
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Musician Martin Gallop is originally from Canada but has now lived here in Germany for more than half his life. He has recorded four albums here and is much in demand as a producer and sideman performing with the likes of German rock legend Udo Lindenburg.
Our guest in this edition grew up as a member of the Druze minority in Israel but he’s been living in Germany for the last 12 years. Samuel Schidem is a museum educator at three institutions in Berlin including the Jewish Museum.
This week's guest is Father Simon Boiser, a Roman catholic priest who is chaplain to the Filipino community in Hamburg and the north of Germany. He is originally from the Philippines but has been living here in Germany since the year 2000.
Hristo Kyuchukov is a Bulgarian of Romani descent, a specialist in Romani psycholinguistics and education of Roma children in Europe, and author of a number of books. He is currently a visiting professor at the Free University in Berlin.
Exploring the unique perspectives of people who have come to Germany to live and work.
Having spent most of his life as a musician being interviewed by journalists, Robin Merrill finds it fascinating to stand on the other side of the microphone and present Insight Germany.
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