Barbara Schöneberger and Hubertus Meyer-Burckhardt welcome the following guests to the NDR Talk Show from Hamburg:
Ina Müller, singer and presenter
For 15 years she has been moderating her unique ARD-NDR show “Inas Nacht”, for which she has not only been showered with prizes – including the German Television Prize, the German Comedy Prize and the Grimme Prize – but is also loved by millions of people : the moderator and singer Ina Müller. She comes from a village in the far north – mother tongue: Low German. To this day, she only speaks Platt with her family, dreams in Platt German and from time to time the 56-year-old also sings in Platt. From October 2022, Ina Müller will be on tour again with her band. In keeping with the title of her album “55”, the exceptional entertainer performs in 55 cities. In the NDR Talk Show, Ina Müller gives a taste of her musical skills on stage and reveals which encounters on “Ina’s Night” she particularly remembers.
Elyas M’Barek, actor
In 2006 he made his breakthrough with the ARD series “Turkish for Beginners”. His role as a former petty criminal and would-be teacher Zeki Müller in “Fack ju Göhte” finally made him a superstar in 2013 – and he has remained since then: Elyas M’Barek. Now the comedy “Liebesdings” starts in the cinema – with him in the leading role. Successful author and director Anika Decker tells the turbulent love story about a celebrated actor fleeing the media and his own past, which turns his life completely upside down. Elyas M’Barek tells the NDR Talk Show how his life as a celebrity is and how he experienced his 40th birthday at the end of May.
Ranga Yogeshwar, science journalist
For many years, the qualified physicist and science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar has been explaining the world in a competent and entertaining way. One of his greatest concerns: to awaken interest in science among young people. That is why the 63-year-old is once again involved in the “IdeasExpo” this year. Under the motto “Just do it”, Europe’s largest youth event for technology and natural sciences will take place from July 2nd to 10th, 2022 at the exhibition center in Hanover. Young scientists, young professionals and students meet there to exchange ideas – and entertainment and parties are also provided. He tells the NDR Talk Show how Ranga Yogeshwar supports the event.
Motsi Mabuse, dancer and juror
She lives for dancing and has a fever, suffers and has been laughing as a juror since 2011 when the candidates dance from one episode to the next on the RTL dance show “Let’s Dance”. Motsi Mabuse was born in South Africa and, after moving to Germany, won the world champion title in Latin American dances several times. She studies law, but then decides on a career as a professional dancer, which she ends in 2014. She has a daughter with her former dance partner and current husband Evgenij Voznyuk and runs a dance school with him. Motsi Mabuse tells the NDR Talk Show what else there is in her life between the jury chairs and the dance floor.
Marianus von Hörsten, cook and restaurateur
He grew up on his parents’ Demeter farm in the Nordheide near Buchholz, so Marianus von Hörsten experienced the sustainable management of a farm from an early age and was taught to appreciate food. To this day, this shapes his life. But the 30-year-old has always had his own mind. He dropped out of high school and instead went on a trip to Africa. He also comes to cooking more by accident. But he soon started collecting prizes and awards. In the fall of 2019, he fulfilled a dream and opened the “Klinker” restaurant in Hamburg with colleagues. On the NDR talk show, the restaurateur explains why he advertises regional and seasonal foods and how his youth shaped him.
Lone Henningsen, undertaker-to-be
She is 19 years old and will start her training as a undertaker in the summer: Lone Henningsen from Schleswig has made an unusual career choice. While most young people avoid the subject of death, it is important to her to give the deceased and their loved ones a nice farewell. Topics such as burial history and burial culture will be on the curriculum at the vocational school – a highly exciting field for Lone. Why some urns take the detour via Switzerland before they end up with relatives, and whether you can actually have your ashes shot to the moon, reveals the sympathetic North German on the NDR Talk Show.
Julia Bauer, volunteer at the “Hamburger Tafel”
Julia Bauer from Hamburg, mother of two children, has been involved with the “Hamburger Tafel” for 16 years. Since 1994, “Die Hamburger Tafel eV” has been supporting the needy with food that is no longer intended for sale. However, the situation has never been as bad as it is now: Due to a lack of donations, 22 of the 29 issuing offices in Hamburg have now had to impose a freeze on admissions. Food can only be handed out there to those who are already registered with the Tafel. “This extent has never existed in 28 years,” said Julia Bauer. At the same time, for several weeks there has been an increasing influx of people in need. On the one hand, many refugees from Ukraine would have to be cared for. On the other hand, many people who work in the low-wage segment no longer know how to pay for the increasingly expensive groceries.