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Weekly update: Star of Netflix series 'Unorthodox' interviewed

Deborah Feldman, the woman who inspired Netflix series Unorthodox, reveals how she believed Germany saved her from the historical burden of the Holocaust. The article inThe Daily Telegraphcan be found here.


The gripping TV series Babylon Berlin is perfect lockdown viewing for those who enjoy dark and compelling drama. Find a review of the Sky Atlantic show here inThe Guardian.


Life inside the infamous Bergen-Belsen concentration camp was revealed in a new BBC 2 documentary broadcast last week. The link can be found here.


Benjamin Quaderer will read from his new book ‘Für Immer die Alpen’. It’s a thrilling depiction of the darker side of Litchenstein drawing attention to its controversial financial laws and the human impact of being a whistle blower. Watch live at CEST 20:00 on Monday 20 April (tomorrow) here.


Also look out for the Institute of Modern Language Research London’s podcast on the book, which is released on 30 April.

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