Five questions, five answers: In the run-up to the elections in Berlin, Johannes Vogel, Director General of the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, probes the top candidates of SPD, CDU, Die Linke, AfD, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen and FDP: What do they personally do for nature? And if they were elected, what would be their first three actions for nature?
The "Beats & Bones" special episode is now available everywhere where you can listen to podcasts, with answers from Franziska Giffey, Kai Wegner, Klaus Lederer, Kristin Brinker, Bettina Jarasch and Sebastian Czaja.
In the third season of the Beats & Bones podcast, the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin is opening doors to its collection and research laboratories that are otherwise closed. Experts from the museum talk about everything from the realm of nature, from bees to Tyrannosaurus rex. Beats & Bones was awarded the German Audiobook Prize in 2021 as "Best Podcast".
The podcast is being produced with the friendly production support of Auf die Ohren GmbH and in cooperation with Berliner Sparkasse, main sponsor of the Museum für Naturkunde. Under the motto "Knowledge creates a perspective", both partners give broad sections of the population insights into scientific, but also economic issues.