“DIE.NACHT”: “Welcome to Austria” with Stefanie Werger and Ferdinand Habsburg on May 31 on ORF 1

Then a new episode of “Science Busters” and reunion with “Gute Nacht Österreich”

Vienna (OTS) Farewell meets comeback in the 540th edition of “Welcome Austria” on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, from 10 p.m. on ORF 1. While Dave is celebrating a comeback in his new role as “Welcome Austria” reporter, he is an Austropop legend Stefanie Werger as a guest on the occasion of her farewell tour. In addition, young motorsport talent Ferdinand Habsburg talks about risky overtaking manoeuvres. As always, Maschek are doing well with their synchro skills and when it says “Slow, I’m miad”, Russkaja start the musical finale of the show. At 11 p.m., “DIE.NACHT” continues with a new episode of “Science Busters”: This week, Martin Puntigam, Martin Moder and Florian Freistetter at the University of Graz say “hold your breath”. Then at 11.40 p.m. there will be a da capo with “Good night Austria”.

“Welcome to Austria with Stermann & Grissemann” at 10 p.m

Stefanie Werger, the grande dame with the big voice, talks about her career, the farewell tour and numerous hits that are almost part of Austria’s DNA today. Stermann and Grissemann also pay their respects in a talk about the ups and downs of show business, until it is finally clear: Steffi Werger is and remains “Stoak wie a Felsen”.

Austrian DNA also flows through the blue-blooded veins of Ferdinand Zvonimir Maria Balthus Keith Michael Otto Antal Bahnam Leonhard Habsburg-Lothringen. The ORF motorsport expert is one of the great young talents in racing and, in 2017, crossed the finish line in fourth place at the now legendary Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix, despite losing a wheel. In a talk with Stermann and Grissemann, the racing driver reveals everything about his access to motorsport and what his family thinks about his career choice.

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New Episodes: “Science Busters – Hold Your Breath” at 11pm

Holding your breath is a favorite childhood pastime. We don’t want to stop the air around the earth, but we do want to keep it warming up. MC Martin Puntigam, Martin Moder (molecular biology) and Florian Freistetter (astronomy) take a deep breath and answer:
How blonde was the Proterozoic and was that a blonde joke? Also: Are sinus infections to blame for the climate crisis?

For fans of science cabaret there are many more episodes of the “Science Busters” on Flimmit (https://flimmit.at).

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