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Podcast: Century of Change

Listen to a podcast on the stories of Nobel Prize winners throughout the 20th Century, and discover how they became gamechangers in their field.

Sofie Taes (opens in new window) (KU Leuven / Photoconsortium)
Kerstin Herlt (DFF - Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum)
Caspar Stalenhoef
Dr. Sasha Goldstein-Sabbah (opens in new window) (Jewish Heritage Network)
Nicole Emmenegger (Institute for Sound and Vision)
Ellen Harrington (DFF – Deutsches Film​institut & Filmmuseum)

The following podcast episodes tell the stories of several Nobel Prize winners from the 20th Century, digging into how they influenced their field of work so much they were awarded a Nobel prize. Listen to heritage professionals uncover the lives of Günter Grass, Sigrid Undset and Tobias Asser in the Century of Change podcast.

Nobel meets Oscar: Günter Grass & Volker Schlöndorff

In the first episode of the Century of Change podcast, DFF - Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum take you on a journey into the oeuvres of Günter Grass and Volker Schlöndorff, two men whose lives intertwined around Die Blechtrommel (The Tin Drum).

Tune in soon for episode 2 of the Century of Change podcast detailing the life and work of Tobias Asser, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for the creation of the The Hague Conference.

This blog is part of the Europeana XX. A Century of Change project which focuses on the 20th century and its social, political and economic changes.