Wordridden / Jessica

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  1. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 8 - Nest of Spies

    Philippe and the team work out the identity of the mysterious man Otto lunched with on Lake Albano, and discover he too is connected with the Nazi Bishop. They take a trip to the lake to meet the Priest who buried the man and he reveals an unbelievable family secret.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06md7sq

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  2. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 7 - The Nazi Bishop

    Philippe accesses the Vatican archives to find out about Otto’s protector in Rome, the man who was by his side as he lay dying, Alois Hudal. Hudal’s archivist reveals something extraordinary.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06md73k

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  3. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 6 - The men who murdered Nazis

    Otto contracts a strange illness and Charlotte rushes to Rome to be by his side. Philippe talks to an old friend who was working for British intelligence in 1949 and explores who might have been after Otto and why.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lt235

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  4. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 5 - La Forza del Destino

    Midnight. Rome. 1949. Otto arrives in the eternal city, penniless, homeless, searching for a way out to Argentina. He’s also unwittingly found himself in the middle of a battle between East and West. He finds employment and makes a trip out of the city to the countryside.

    The Ratline is a story of a curious death, political intrigue, spies, Nazi hunters, shadowy forces in the Vatican and a son grappling with the sins of his father.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lt14m

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  5. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 4 - Where’s Otto?

    The war is over and Otto has disappeared. Whilst his friends are committing suicide or being tried for mass murder Otto has escaped high into the mountains with the help of a young SS soldier. Meanwhile Charlotte is working on getting him out of Austria.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lrz8l

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  6. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 3 - A lot going on in Lemberg

    Whilst Charlotte Wachter and her children spend the summer in Zell am See, Otto is in Lemberg overseeing the ‘Grosse Aktion’ - the mass deportation of Jews to concentration camps.

    The Ratline is a story of a curious death, political intrigue, spies, Nazi hunters, shadowy forces in the Vatican and a son grappling with the sins of his father.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lrysn

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  7. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 2 - Meet the Wächters

    In episode two of the Ratline we meet the Wachters, Otto and Charlotte and chart their ascent to power. Otto’s job takes the family to Krakow and on to Galicia, where he makes some dubious decisions, and Horst continues to maintain his father’s innocence.

    The Ratline is a story of a curious death, political intrigue, spies, Nazi hunters, shadowy forces in the Vatican and a son grappling with the sins of his father.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lh3d1

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  8. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 1: Secrets in the Castle

    Philippe Sands investigates the mysterious disappearance of senior Nazi, Otto Wächter, who was indicted for mass murder. The Ratline is a story of a curious death, political intrigue, spies, Nazi hunters, shadowy forces in the Vatican and a son grappling with the sins of his father. In episode one of this ten part series we travel to a castle outside Vienna to meet an old man who believes his Nazi father was murdered, and a voice from the past offers up clues to how it might have happened.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lh2b5

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  9. The Trip: Episode 1: The Root of All Things

    Episode 1: The Root of All Things January 18, 2018

    A clear-eyed journey through the Amazon, hallucinogens, to sickness and back to health.

    http://roadsandkingdoms.com/the-trip-podcast/

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    Tagged with food travel

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  10. Ep. #323: Nick Cave and Warren Ellis | Kreative Kontrol

    Nick Cave and Warren Ellis are two of the world’s most iconic, influential, and inspiring musicians working today. Originally from Australia, Nick Cave has altered the course of rock ‘n’ roll and invented a new kind of leading man in bands like the Birthday Party and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. His countryman Warren Ellis is a gifted and daring multi-instrumentalist, renowned for his work in Dirty Three and he joined Cave, as a member of the Bad Seeds, in the mid-1990s. The pair have become close collaborators in the Bad Seeds, they worked together in a a now defunct band called Grinderman, and together they’ve also composed riveting and acclaimed scores and soundtracks for theatrical productions and films like The Proposition, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, The Road, Hell or High Water, and most recently, the feature films War Machine and Django. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds dispatched a well-received album called Skeleton Tree in the fall of 2016 and in May of 2017, Mute Records released a comprehensive retrospective called Lovely Creatures: The Best of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (1984-2014), and they’ve been touring behind these efforts lately. Captured in a hotel restaurant on the afternoon of their second sold out show at Massey Hall in Toronto, here Warren and Nick discuss their history as friends and colleagues, how Warren wound up in the Bad Seeds, how they work together and their relationships to melody and noise, Nick’s unique relationship with his audience and why he needs them now, recording Skeleton Tree, upcoming plans, and much more. Sponsored by Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, and Planet Bean Coffee.

    http://vishkhanna.com/2017/06/06/ep-323-nick-cave-and-warren-ellis/

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