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Sunset City: Perry Rhodan 2948, Hörbuch, Digita...
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Sie sind die besten Wissenschaftler der Liga - sie arbeiten an einem ungeheuerlichen Projekt. Gut dreitausend Jahre in der Zukunft: Perry Rhodans Vision, die Milchstraße in eine Sterneninsel ohne Kriege zu verwandeln, lebt nach wie vor. Der Mann von der Erde, der einst die Menschen zu den Sternen führte, möchte endlich Frieden in der Galaxis haben. Unterschwellig herrschen immer noch Konflikte zwischen den großen Sternenreichen, aber man arbeitet zusammen. Das gilt nicht nur für die von Menschen bewohnten Planeten und Monde. Tausende von Welten haben sich zur Liga Freier Galaktiker zusammengeschlossen, in der auch Wesen mitwirken, die man in früheren Jahren als ´´nichtmenschlich´´ bezeichnet hätte. Besucher aus anderen Galaxien suchen Kontakt zu den Menschen und ihren Verbündeten. Derzeit machen vor allem die Thoogondu aus der Galaxis Sevcooris von sich reden, einst ein von ES erwähltes und dann vertriebenes Volk. Dazu gesellen sich die Gemeni, die angeblich den Frieden in der Lokalen Gruppe im Auftrag einer Superintelligenz namens GESHOD wahren wollen. Hinzu kommt Adam von Aures, dessen Ziele, Methoden und Absichten nach wie vor unklar sind. Derzeit sucht er scheinbar nach einem Mittel, die Existenz eines Perry Rhodan zu sichern, der aus den Enklaven Wanderers stammt. Sein Anlaufpunkt dabei ist SUNSET CITY... In ihrer Audible-Bibliothek auf unserer Website finden Sie für dieses Hörbuch eine PDF-Datei mit zusätzlichem Material. 1. Sprache: Deutsch. Erzähler: Renier Baaken. Hörprobe: http://samples.audible.de/bk/eins/001114/bk_eins_001114_sample.mp3. Digitales Hörbuch im AAX Format.

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Sex and the City, TV Milestones , Hörbuch, Digi...
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With its bold depiction of four female friends navigating the pitfalls of Manhattan’s dating scene, Sex and the City, which aired on HBO from 1998 to 2004, was a unique television drama that evolved into a ubiquitous and widely debated cultural phenomenon. Deborah Jermyn’s Sex and the City investigates the program’s critical and popular success as well as its lasting cultural impact. To give listeners a complete picture of Sex and the City, Jermyn draws on close textual analysis of selected episodes, existing critical work on the program, testimonies from its stars and producers, and intertextual evidence ranging from the Sex and the City bus tour to fan guides and websites. In this volume Jermyn explores the show’s characters, its careful generic balance of comedy and drama, its mix of both fantasy and realism, and its dedication to the intricacies of women’s friendships. Jermyn notes that in the course of its six seasons Sex and the City emerged as a kind of controversial shorthand to explore the zeitgeist among a generation of post-feminist TV audiences, each week considering issues surrounding femininity, feminism, sexuality, consumerism, and women’s lifestyle choices. Jermyn argues that, in short, Sex and the City’s success and wider cultural impact invite us not just to analyze the particular accomplishments of its writing, design, and performances but to recognize the contribution and significance that television can have on public debate and life outside ´´the box´´. With the 2008 release of a full-length - and long-awaited - feature film version of Sex and the City, the series proves itself once again to be timely and relevant. Fans of the series as well as scholars of television history will enjoy Jermyn’s insightful study. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Colleen Patrick. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/014893/bk_acx0_014893_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Spotlight Audio - New York City: the insiders´ ...
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Diesen Monat machen Sie einen Spaziergang durch die Straßen New Yorks und lernen die ´´Stadt, die niemals schläft´´ aus der Insider-Perspektive eines Schriftstellers und einer führenden Magazinmitarbeiterin näher kennen. Außerdem wird anlässlich der bevorstehenden Präsidentschaftswahlen die Sprache und Rhetorik US-amerikanischer Politiker unter die Lupe genommen. Englisch lernen mit ´´Spotlight Audio´´! Inhalt: Audio-Download inkl. 28-seitigem Booklet mit allen gesprochenen Texten zum Nachlesen und zweisprachigem Glossar (PDF-Format), Sprache: Englisch, Erscheinungsweise: Monatlich. Hören und Verstehen ist der beste Weg zum perfekten Englisch. Das englische Sprachtraining bietet Ihnen in ca. 60 Minuten interessante Beiträge, Interviews und Hintergrundberichte aus der gesamten englischsprachigen Welt. Die Texte werden von Muttersprachlern vorgetragen. Ob British English, American English, verschiedene Dialekte und Ausdrucksweisen - mit Spotlight Audio lernen Sie ganz leicht die verschiedenen Facetten der englischen Sprache kennen. Neben O-Ton-Interviews und Kultur-Tipps enthält jeder Audio-Download eine umfangreiche journalistische Reportage und einen sprachlichen Schwerpunkt zu englischer Grammatik und englischem Wortschatz. In ihrer Audible-Bibliothek auf unserer Website finden Sie für dieses Hörbuch eine PDF-Datei mit zusätzlichem Material. 1. Sprache: Deutsch. Erzähler: div.. Hörprobe: http://samples.audible.de/bk/spot/000079/bk_spot_000079_sample.mp3. Digitales Hörbuch im AAX Format.

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Die Attentäter von Luna-City: Perry Rhodan 2712...
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Der Widerstand auf dem Mond wächst - Ziel ist der Lunare Resident. Seit die Menschheit ins All aufgebrochen ist, hat sie eine aufregende, wechselvolle Geschichte erlebt: Die Terraner - wie sich die Angehörigen der geeinten Menschheit nennen - haben nicht nur seit Jahrtausenden die eigene Galaxis erkundet, sie sind längst in ferne Sterneninseln vorgestoßen. Immer wieder treffen Perry Rhodan und seine Gefährten auf raumfahrende Zivilisationen - und auf die Spur kosmischer Mächte, die das Geschehen im Universum beeinflussen. Im Jahr 1514 Neuer Galaktischer Zeitrechnung, das nach alter Zeitrechnung dem Anfang des sechsten Jahrtausends entspricht, gehört die Erde zur Liga Freier Terraner. Tausende von Sonnensystemen, auf deren Welten Menschen siedeln, haben sich zu diesem Sternenstaat zusammengeschlossen. Doch ausgerechnet der Mond, der nächste Himmelskörper, ist den Terranern fremd geworden. Seit einigen Jahren hat er sich in ein abweisendes Feld gehüllt, seine Oberfläche ist merkwürdig verunstaltet. Wer zu ihm vordringen möchte, riskiert sein Leben. Dort herrschen die Onryonen, die im Namen des Atopischen Tribunals die Auslieferung Perry Rhodans und Imperator Bostichs fordern. Perry Rhodan gelang die Flucht vom Mond an Bord des Raumschiffs KRUSENSTERN, aber seine Begleiter blieben an der Seite des Lunaren Widerstands zurück, um den mysteriösen Gegner auszuspähen und ihm nach Möglichkeit zu schaden. Und so machen sie sich auf den Weg: DIE ATTENTÄTER VON LUNA-CITY... In ihrer Audible-Bibliothek auf unserer Website finden Sie für dieses Hörbuch eine PDF-Datei mit zusätzlichem Material. 1. Sprache: Deutsch. Erzähler: Florian Seigerschmidt. Hörprobe: http://samples.audible.de/bk/eins/000560/bk_eins_000560_sample.mp3. Digitales Hörbuch im AAX Format.

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Broadway and Wall Street: The History New York ...
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Of all the great cities in the world, few personify their country like New York City. As America’s largest city and best known immigration gateway into the country, NYC represents the beauty, diversity, and sheer strength of the United States, a global financial center that has enticed people chasing the ´´American Dream” for centuries.America’s prototypical metropolis was once a serene landscape in which Native American tribes farmed and fished, but when European settlers arrived, its location on the Eastern seaboard sparked a rapid transformation. Given its history of rapid change, it is ironic that the city’s inhabitants often complain about the city’s changing and yearn for things to stay the same. The website EV Grieve, whose name plays on the idea that the East Village ´´grieves” for the history and character the neighborhood loses every day to market forces and gentrification, regularly features a photo of some site, usually of little interest. The editors of the website are determined to document everything and anything for future generations.That is hardly a modern phenomenon. New Yorkers have always grieved over the city’s continuous upheavals and ever-increasing size and complexity. By the 1820s, Wall Street had lost whatever charm it might have had; former residents complained that two-story houses had given way to intimidating five-story office buildings. The New York Commercial Advertiser noted in 1825 that ´´Greenwich is no longer a country village,” but rather an up-and-coming neighborhood. Today, it’s hard to find a history of New York City that doesn’t refer to Henry James’s famous 1908 story ´´The Jolly Corner´´, in which a man returns to New York after decades abroad only to be horrified by an unfamiliar hellscape of commercial growth. He finds his once-jolly childhood home nearly buried ´´among the dreadful multiplied numberings which seemed to him to reduce the whole place to some vast ledger-p 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/128669/bk_acx0_128669_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Weird New York City: A History of Mysteries, St...
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Of all the great cities in the world, few personify their country like New York City. As America´s largest city and best known immigration gateway into the country, NYC represents the beauty, diversity and sheer strength of the United States, a global financial center that has enticed people chasing the ´´American Dream´´ for centuries. America´s prototypical metropolis was once a serene landscape in which Native American tribes farmed and fished, but when European settlers arrived its location on the Eastern seaboard sparked a rapid transformation. Given its history of rapid change, it is ironic that the city´s inhabitants often complain about the city´s changing and yearn for things to stay the same. The website EV Grieve, whose name plays on the idea that the East Village ´´grieves´´ for the history and character the neighborhood loses every day to market forces and gentrification, regularly features a photo of some site, usually of little interest: an abandoned store, a small bodega, a vacant lot. The caption says, simply, that this is what the site looked like on a given day. The editors of the website are determined to document everything and anything for future generations. That is hardly a modern phenomenon. New Yorkers have always grieved over the city´s continuous upheavals and ever-increasing size and complexity. By the 1820s, Wall Street had lost whatever charm it might have had; former residents complained that two-story houses had given way to intimidating five-story office buildings. The New York Commercial Advertiser noted in 1825 that ´´Greenwich is no longer a country village,´´ but rather an up-and-coming neighborhood. Today, it´s hard to find a history of New York City that doesn’t refer to Henry James´s famous 1908 story The Jolly Corner, in which a man returns to New York after decades abroad only to be horrified by an unfamiliar hellscape of commercial growth. He finds his once-jolly childhood home nearly buried ´´among the 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/089984/bk_acx0_089984_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Broadway: The History and Legacy of New York Ci...
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Of all the great cities in the world, few personify their country like New York City. As America´s largest city and best known immigration gateway into the country, NYC represents the beauty, diversity and sheer strength of the United States, a global financial center that has enticed people chasing the ´´American Dream´´ for centuries. America´s prototypical metropolis was once a serene landscape in which Native American tribes farmed and fished, but when European settlers arrived its location on the Eastern seaboard sparked a rapid transformation. Given its history of rapid change, it is ironic that the city´s inhabitants often complain about the city´s changing and yearn for things to stay the same. The website EV Grieve, whose name plays on the idea that the East Village ´´grieves´´ for the history and character the neighborhood loses every day to market forces and gentrification, regularly features a photo of some site, usually of little interest: an abandoned store, a small bodega, a vacant lot. The caption says, simply, that this is what the site looked like on a given day. The editors of the website are determined to document everything and anything for future generations. That is hardly a modern phenomenon. New Yorkers have always grieved over the city´s continuous upheavals and ever-increasing size and complexity. By the 1820s, Wall Street had lost whatever charm it might have had; former residents complained that two-story houses had given way to intimidating five-story office buildings. The New York Commercial Advertiser noted in 1825 that ´´Greenwich is no longer a country village,´´ but rather an up-and-coming neighborhood. Today, it´s hard to find a history of New York City that doesn´t refer to Henry James’s famous 1908 story The Jolly Corner, in which a man returns to New York after decades abroad only to be horrified by an unfamiliar hellscape of commercial growth. He finds his once-jolly childhood home nearly buried ´´among the 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/089518/bk_acx0_089518_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Murder in the City: Twelve Incredibe Case Files...
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‘A riveting book on real-life crimes and how the police solve them. We sleep in peace in a world made safer by these supermen and women in white.’ (Sourav Ganguly, cricketer)Brother kills brother using the plague bacteria as a murder weapon. A man is killed in his sleep and his body walled up in the house. A seemingly docile housewife masterminds a gruesome twin murder....The Kolkata Police is one of the oldest and most illustrious police forces in the country. In Murder in the City, Supratim Sarkar digs deep into their archives and chooses 12 astonishing cases to recount, bringing investigators, criminals and indeed the city to life in startling detail. Among the cases described are one where the method of ‘photographic superimposition’ was used for the first time ever in India to identify a body; another where a single word led the police to a ruthless killer’s hideout; and an extraordinary case of a kidnap and murder that was solved even though the body was never found. Initially written in Bengali for the Kolkata Police Facebook page and website, these stories went viral and were shared widely when they appeared online for the first time. Here, they have been translated and compiled into a book that is as utterly gripping as it is fascinating. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anindya Chakravort. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/050693/bk_adbl_050693_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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