Podcast “Ditt & Datt & Dittrich”: Summer House Gossip with Verena Dittrich and Julian FM Stoeckel

The Dürrs on the charts, Youtubers who burst into tears and the family background of Eric Sindermann: Verena and Julian FM Stoeckel analyze the struggles of famous couples in this brightly colored trash TV colloquium.

Underpants that are too tight, couples who don’t even know the color of their eyes, women who publicly expose their partner: “The Stars’ Summer House” is once again the topic of conversation. And who is the best person to discuss the sometimes crazy events in Bocholt with? With someone who knows show business through and through! For the new episode of the ntv podcast “Ditt & Datt & Dittrich”, Verena once again invited none other than Julian FM Stoeckel.

The two chat together about the highlights and excitement of this year’s summer home. Verena even manages to elicit one or two anecdotes from “Frau Stoeckel”, because the old show hare knows quite a few participants personally.

What’s so cute about Kader and her husband “Isi”? How bad is it with Eric Sindermann and his “Katha” and what does Julian think of the Dürrs? A brightly colored trash TV colloquium about those for whom “the summer house” can be an entrance to show business, but also the same as the exit.

An announcement: The seventh season of “Das Sommerhaus der Stars” is on RTL. There are entire “summerhouse” episodes on RTL+, not only to catch up on, but also to see seven days in advance.

Ditt & Datt & Dittrich

Which celebrity got in trouble again? What political conversation went wrong? Which trash TV even inspires cultural attachés? Welcome to “Ditt & Datt & Dittrich” – the vibrant podcast of ntv columnist Verena Maria Dittrich and her Squirrel Street caretaker Ronny. Every Tuesday there is a lively panel discussion on current topics that concern us all. From reality TV to social politics to culture: a critical and humorous balancing act for entertainment.

All episodes can be found in the ntv app, on Audio Now, Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. For all other podcast apps, you can use the RSS feed.

(This article was first published on Tuesday, September 13, 2022.)

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