In Business Spotlight Audio 1/2015 für Januar/Februar gibt es zwei Spezialthemen. Zunächst geht es darum, wie Sie kurze, zufällige Gespräche nutzen, um Kontakte zu Geschäftspartnern aufzubauen. Der zweite Schwerpunkt befasst sich mit dem kanadischen Astronauten Chris Hadfield, der durch seine musikalische Einlage an Bord der Raumstation ISS zu Weltruhm gelangte. In der Rubrik Easy English geht es um die Präsentation von Informationen.
There are seven articles in this edition: "Bombs", by Steve Coll; "Return of the Nativist", by Ryan Lizza; "Tubular", by Nancy Franklin; "Journey Into Night", by David Sedaris; "The King of Sentences", by Jonathan Lethem; "None of the Above", by Malcolm Gladwell; and "Hard Life", by David Denby
Januar mit den Stars! Sie ist der Star unter den Hauptstädten und Stadt der Liebe ist ihr Beiname... Ein echter Pariser stellt Ihnen Paris unter verschiedenen Aspekten vor, die weniger bekannt sind. Danach lernen Sie einen Star unter den Choreografen kennen, der das Tanzen immer wieder neu erfindet: Olivier Dubois. Und natürlich entdecken Sie noch mehr über die französische Sprache in unseren üblichen Rubriken: Vokabular, Nachrichten, Krimi, Hörverständnis- und Grammatikübungen und mehr.
The New Yorker's blend of reporting, commentary, criticism, fiction, and cartoons has garnered 36 National Magazine Awards since its debut in 1925 - more than any other publication. Edited by Pulitzer Prize winner David Remnick, the magazine has had only five editors in its 80-year history. Each week, Audible and the editorial staff of The New Yorker work together to select a variety of the issue's best articles from The Talk of the Town, Fiction, The Critics, and more. Each article is read in its entirety. The New Yorker is available in audio exclusively at audible.com.
"Wedding Bells", by Jeffrey Toobin; "Buzzer Beaters", by Reeves Wiedeman; "The Master", by Marc Fisher; "Long Way Home", by David Sedaris; and "Rough Rides", by David Denby.
"Breathers", by Adam Gopnik; "Shaggy-Dog Story", by Kate Julian; "Kosher Takeout", by Patricia Marx; "Kosher Takeout", by Patricia Marx; "Lives of the Saints", by Jonathan Harr; and "Doing It", by Ariel Levy
In the sixth interview in The Telegraph's 30 Minute's with... audio interview series, Matthew Stadlen talks to Sir Jonathan Miller about his style of directing and updating operas and the significance of "sub-intentional actions". Sir Jonathan also talks about science, comedy, and his time spent with Dudley Moore, Alan Bennett and Peter Cook in Beyond the Fringe.
"Senses of Entitlement", by Hendrik Hertzberg; "The Return", by Hisham Matar; "Every Good Boy Does Fine", by Jeremy Denk; and "Mind Games", by Anthony Lane.
There are six articles in this edition: "Wealth of Nations", by David Remnick; "Mammoths", by Ryan Lizza; "Fraud Alert", by Jeffrey Toobin; "Wakefield", by E. L. Doctorow; "Full Exposure", by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Gone Missing", by Anthony Lane
"The Party and the People", by Evan Osnos; "Second Act", by Reeves Wiedeman; "Climate Trades", by James Surowiecki; "Tales of the Trash", by Peter Hessler; "The Kitchen Network", by Lauren Hilgers; and "Dangerous Words", by David Denby.
"Fuel Duel" by Dorothy Wickenden; "Hedgemony" by James Surowiecki; "Hollywood Heresy" by Peter J. Boyer; "Nazis Say the Darndest Things" by Andy Borowitz; "What the Dog Saw" by Malcolm Gladwell; "Don't Touch That Dial" by Tad Friend; and "Sink or Swim" by David Denby.
"States of Health", by Atul Gawande; "As Seen on TV", by Michael Schulman; "No Sex, Please", by Lauren Collins; "Freedom of Information", by Ken Auletta; "The Book of Laughter", by Claudia Roth Pierpont; and "Drifting", by David Denby.
"Sick and Twisted" by Atul Gawande; "Fuel For Thought" by James Surowiecki; "Ghostly" by Mark Singer; "Hey, Look" by Simon Rich; "Days of Rage" by William Dalrymple; "A Fine Romance" by David Denby; "Dangerous Liaisons" by Nancy Franklin; "Dream On" by David Denby
"Downsizing Supersize", by James Surowiecki; "Souvenirs", by Mike Peed; "Big Med", by Atul Gawande; "After Ellen", by Justin Taylor; "Portrait of the Artist", by Bob Odenkirk; and "Running Men", by David Denby.
"Perceived Threats", by Jelani Cobb; "Kayaktivist", by Nick Paumgarten; "E.Book vs. P.Book", by James Surowiecki; "Slow Ideas", by Atul Gawande; "Othello's Daughter", by Alex Ross; "House Philosopher", by Peter Schjeldahl; "Summerstage", by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Timely Projects", by David Denby.
"Falling", by Hendrik Hertzberg; "Y'all Torture Me Home", by George Saunders; "Just the Facts, Ma'am", by Jill Lepore; "Nails Never Fails", by Ben McGrath; "April & Paris", by David Sedaris; "Oprah's World", by Nancy Franklin; and "Faraway Places", by David Denby.
"Behind Closed Doors", by Steve Coll; "Talent Grab", by Malcolm Gladwell; "Hissing of Summer Lawns", by Jonathan Frazen; "Pay Up", by Jake Halpern; "Sweet Charity", by Zadie Smith; and "Corrie", by Alice Munro.
"Take Me Home", by Ray Bradbury; "Monstro", by Junot Diaz; "The Golden Age", by Ursula K. Le Guin; "The Republic of Empathy", by Sam Lipsyte; "The Spider Women", by Margaret Atwood; and "Black Box", by Jennifer Egan.
One of NPR's most popular programs, Car Talk lets listeners (2.3 million of them) call in with their car woes while the hosts dish out their wit and know-how. At the end of each hour, 2 of 2 things are guaranteed to happen: you'll learn something about your motor vehicle and you'll have a belly laugh.
It's the perfect listen for your morning commute! In the time it takes you to get to work, you'll hear a digest of the day's top stories, prepared by the editorial staff of The New York Times. Each edition includes articles from the front page, as well as the paper's international, national, business, sports, and editorial sections.
"Safer Streets", by Amy Davidson; "Follow the Leader", by Michael Schulman; "Blood, Simpler", by Ken Auletta; "Hollywood and Vine", by Tad Friend; "Let It Go", by Joan Acocella; "Small Differences", by Emily Nussbaum; and "Swinging Seventies", by Anthony Lane.