In this edition: Leica cameras, chef Kevin Fehling, Dublin, Francoise Hardy, an Alpine igloo village and sparkling wines
Champagne can only be referred to as champagne if it comes from the region of the same name. Other countries produce similar wines but are only allowed to refer to them as sparkling wine. We visited one family business in the south west of Germany that was one of the first to make its sparkling wines just like they do in France.
Many famous photographs the world over have been taken with a Leica camera. The brainchild of German mechanic German mechanic, Otto Barnack the original model was invented 100 years ago. It has remained popular to this day but the company has also launched more modern products in recent years to keep up with the demands of the digital age.
Based at La Belle Époque in the German city of Lübeck, Fehling is the youngest chef to hold three Michelin stars here in Germany.
A household name in France, Hardy has just published an autobiographical novel and her 28th album.
Ten years ago, a Swiss snowboarder decided to build an igloo up on a mountain top and spend the night surrounded by snow. He has since made this concept into a thriving hotel business, welcoming around 10 thousand guests per season