In this edition: a pop musical premiere with over 3000 singers, quadcopters take to the sky and out and about in the city of Stuttgart
Jürgen Rudloff used to be the proud face of legal sex work in Germany. Now, prosecutors have charged him with illegally obtaining funds from investors and procuring women from trafficking gangs.
From Martin Luther narrowly missing a lightning strike to his 95 theses, children in Germany have replicated scenes from the reformer's life - using Playmobil. They are on show to mark 500 years since the Reformation.
To mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation Berlin artist Yadegar Asisi has created the time of Martin Luther in a 360 degree panorama. Also Bordeaux’s “Cité du Vin” and a painter on the North Sea mudflats.
To celebrate Stanley Kubrick's cinematic milestone from 1968, the German Film Museum is presenting an exhibition devoted to the masterpiece that explored the themes of artificial intelligence and existentialism.
Tibetan blogger and writer Shokjang, detained for three years for "inciting separatism," has been released. Advocacy group PEN International has said he remains under strict control from the authorities.
What music did Beethoven play as a youth? What saved him from suicide? "Fate" is not only in the subtitle to the Fifth Symphony — it's also the motto for this year's Beethovenfest.
2019 marks the 100th birthday of the Bauhaus in Weimar. Lukas Stege views the new Bauhaus museum's building site and traces its legacy in the city: where its architects studied, what they built and where they partied.
Sarah Willis gets an exclusive look behind the scenes at the Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv during the preparations for a performance of Gounod's "Faust" and meets Israeli musicians Na'ama Goldman and Dan Ettinger.
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