French electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre celebrates the 40th anniversary of his album Oxygène -- with Oxygène 3 . Plus: curly kale at the Christmas market in Bremen. And clothes that react to your every move.
Revelers in elaborate costumes celebrate carnival in Venice, French actress Isabelle Huppert is a favorite to win an Oscar and we take a trip to Spitsbergen in Norway.
In this edition: fat biking in the snow, a Martin Baas exhibition, all that we share from Denmark, a cosy apartment in Sweden and ice climbing in Italy.
In this edition: fat biking in the snow, a Maarten Baas exhibition, all that we share from Denmark, a cosy apartment in Sweden and ice climbing in Italy.
Berlin in the 1970's: spies lurk on both sides on the wall. 'The Same Sky' paints a portrait of the divided city in the middle of the cold war. A place where secrets, lies and paranoia are the order of the day.
As Tom Hanks announces the publication of a collection of his short stories, we take a look at 10 other writers who earned their fame as actors before putting pen to paper.
Max Emanuel Cencic is one of the world's finest countertenors. His voice has a range of three octaves and it can wake the dead - at least on stage. We chat with him about stage fright and the erotic side of Handel arias.
Five paintings by masters like Picasso, Matisse and Modigliani disappeared from Paris' Modern Art Museum one night in 2010. The loss is estimated at up to 100 million euros. But how could it happen in the first place?
A Dutch comedy show produced a video spoofing Trump, inviting him to put "the Netherlands second" - and it went viral. Now comedians throughout Europe are replying with their own fake ad.
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