German programmes on TV tonight!

May 15, 2008 at 2:52 pm 1 comment

The Library is excited to announce 2 TV programmes which will be recorded weekly, & stored digitally in the computers in the Self-Study Room.   These programmes are available for you to view anytime during our opening hours!

If you’d like assistance on how to view these programmes from the computers in Self-Study, please feel free to contact me.

Meanwhile, here is the synopsis for the 2 programmes which will be shown tonight (Thursday) on SBS:

• 19:35 Stockinger
Bows and Arrows – Johann Pachernegg returns a day early from his holidays to his home in the Tennengau region near Salzburg. He surprises a burglar, who murderers him before fleeing with a picture. Stockinger investigates the case and is told by Pachernegg’s son-in-law that the stolen art work was by Schiele. The cleaning lady, however, maintains that it was a Dürer. Stockinger is then taken into the famous salt mines where Hitler had thousands of stolen art works stored awaiting the construction of his Hitler Museum in Linz. Old Pachernegg was a member of the SS and although most art works were returned to their original museums, this particular Dürer was put aside. It turns out that the stolen Dürer is a fake. Stars Karl Markovics, Sandra Cervik, and Wolf Bachofner. (From Austria, in German, English subtitles) (Drama Series) (Part 12) PG CC

• 20:35 Inspector Rex
Bring Me The Head of Beethoven – A stonemason, Nemetz, gets into Beethoven’s grave in Vienna’s famous Central Cemetery, and steals the skull in order to make a packet, but Rex has other ideas. Stars Tobias Moretti, Karl Markovics, and Wolf Bachofner. (From Austria, in German, English subtitles) (Drama Series) (1994) (Rpt) M (V,A)

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  • 1. stef  |  June 11, 2008 at 7:45 pm

    haha excellent shows!

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