There were times when listening to the radio was cheap, a dream in comparison to today's horrendous licensing fees! That ... More
There were times when listening to the radio was cheap, a dream in comparison to today's horrendous licensing fees! That was in 1924 though, when there were only 896 subscribers and four hours of broadcasting a day. NDR (Norddeutsche Rundfunk) has now grown into a modern media giant with 8 different radio stations; four local broadcasters, NDR2 (music and entertainment), Radio 3 (classical), NDR4-Info (news) and N-Joy Radio (for kids and teenagers) - as well as a major TV channel (N3). People can now visit NDR and take a fascinating guided tour through the studios. The "Tagesthemen", Germany's flagship news show, is produced in the Lokstedt television studios; radio shows are broadcast from the Funkhaus on Rothenbaumchaussee. Please contact for detailed information about visits.
The Schlachthof or slaughterhouse has a varied program on offer. In addition to being a concert and event venue, it
hosts the following clubs like Hurricane Club. Tracks from the sixties, seventies and eighties, each take their turn on ...
This elegant street is nearly 200 years old. It is located in Altona and is still one of the most
sought after addresses in the city. The boulevard like Palmaille, through which a strip of grass runs, is lined ...
Deichtorhallen is the perfect example of how property can be used for the betterment of the bustling art and culture
scene in a region. Formerly comprising of two market places, one of which was a flower market up until ...