Sylvia Cunningham

host and producer of KCRW Berlin's The Bear

Host/Producer

Sylvia Cunningham on KCRW

Sadly, this month’s episode is our last before KCRW Berlin goes off air on Dec. 13, 2020.

Saying goodbye with some all-time favorite stories

Sadly, this month’s episode is our last before KCRW Berlin goes off air on Dec. 13, 2020.

from The Bear on KCRW Berlin

Angela Merkel is the second-longest serving chancellor in modern German history.

Who will succeed Angela Merkel?

Angela Merkel is the second-longest serving chancellor in modern German history.

from Studio Berlin

These true, personal stories were recorded live at The Bear on September 18 at the Shakespeare Company’s open-air stage in Berlin.

Water: Stories of buoyancy

These true, personal stories were recorded live at The Bear on September 18 at the Shakespeare Company’s open-air stage in Berlin.

from The Bear on KCRW Berlin

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