Welcome to the second episode of This Week in Germany!
We've had a great response to the first episode, and we've collected plenty of new listeners in the short time of just one week.
This week, Germany had a tough start to the new year, both politically and emotionally.
- Formula 1 racing star Michael Schumacher's life-threatening injury he received while on a skiing trip;
- Germany's limitation on Romanian and Bulgarian immigration comes to an end;
- Joachim Gauck pledges to boycott the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia;
- Frederick talks about Germany's 'B' things in "A-Z" and Roland explains why Leipzig is the hip place to be in Destination Germany.
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