Our new transcript store is online!

Dear podcast listeners,

it is now almost three years since we started the German Words Explained podcasts, and there are now 160 episodes! If you’ve heard the episode from New Year’s Eve, then you will know that this is going to be our last one – for the moment, at least.

As we announced some weeks ago, we are going to producing transcripts of the podcasts, which we will be releasing over the coming months. If you signed up for the mailing list, then you should have already received the sample transcript of the “Käseigel”, and to open our store we have gone back to the very first episode: Das Einwohnermeldeamt.

We intend to sell the transcripts in small groups, sorted by subject. But the first one is an exception and is available as a separate item.

To buy the transcript, visit the new AllThingsGerman Store. You can pay for the transcript using PayPal, and will then receive an e-mail with the download link in it. If you think that we should offer other methods of paying, then please let us know.

Please help us to make this new store a success. If you’d like us to let you know by e-mail when new transcripts become available, then please enter your e-mail in the box below:

Coming soon…

German Words Explained will soon be offering transcripts of the podcasts in a new download store.

For us to notify you when the store is online, please enter your e-mail address in the field below.

To give you some idea of what the transcripts will look like, we will send you a sample as a PDF attachment. It is the full text of one of our favourite episodes: Der Käseigel.

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