OU on the BBC: Berlin

Updated Monday 29th November 2010

Catch up with Matt Frei on his extraordinary journey around Berlin - exploring the city and its culture.

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Matt Frei takes us on an extraordinary journey around Berlin in a new series from the BBC and The Open University. He reveals the city's unique culture, extraordinary past and electrifying present.

First broadcast: Saturday 14 Nov 2009 on BBC TWO
Showing again from Monday 29 Nov 2010 on BBC Four

 

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