Listen to and discuss audio pieces NPR correspondent Bilal Qureshi produced in Berlin while on a Bosch Foundation Fellowship.
Hosted by Bill Gilcher
Part of Hear Now!, a series of listening events organized by an informal group of producers and radiophiles who gather to listen to and discuss audio from this city, around the country, and around the world.
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Event begins at 7:00PM
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