SiM ist wieder da!

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My favourite German language podcast, Schlaflos in München, is back after a break of almost 3 months. Annik Rubens (nom de pod), its creator, took a break after 400 episodes of the original SiM.

Unlike the original, which was released on most weekdays, the new format is weekly and divided into different sections such as “Der Mann der Woche” and “Ratlos in München”. Two episodes have appeared already and so far I like it very much. The same wonderful voice with a new sense of purpose.

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  1. Hi there, Simon! Thank you so much for mentioning that you like the new “SiM”… It’s great to know that out there even non-native German speakers are listening! All the best for 2007, Annik

  2. Hi Annik!

    Thanks for the comment. I bet that you have lots of non-native German speaking listeners. Most of us don’t comment in your forum because of our poor written German!

    Ich wünsche dir einen guten Rutsch in 2007!

    Simon

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