Yakamoz - sparks in the sea
Yakamoz is the word used to describe the glowing plankton in the southern sea. And everyone that encounters this sight for the first time can’t believe the magic. The story takes place where the Aegean Sea becomes the Mediterranean, and everything is an organized mess. Today we have an Anatolian story, that softens us up and makes us laugh at the same time.
To bathe in the sky
A quote by the French novelist Romain Gary hasn’t left my head: “Nothing can stop people from coming to Greece, but the typhus”. Greece, where you can bathe in the sky and the gods keep walking on the ground, according to Henry Miller.
The thing with curiosity is that it can open many doors for you, but it can also put you in a corner. Today we talk about its many faces, where it takes us, and how we cannot control it.
March is sudden and unpredictable. Today’s warm and sunny weather suddenly changes to heavy snow the next day, and the following days the sun comes back to us. Today we attempted to describe March with a couple of songs, that carry the same confused energy as the month.
An evening in Berlin
"Cathedrals of Culture" by Wim Wenders starts off with a bit about the Berlin Philharmonic as one of the places in the world that are way ahead of their time, form taste, and become the source of new things. Today we head to the Berlin Philharmonic and the new direction it has taken under Kirill Petrenko.