In this special edition Euromaxx features a sand artist on the Channel Islands, a luxury globe manufacturer in London. Then Euromaxx meets urban gardeners and cooks with volcanic heat on the Azores.
Did you know that the Roman emperor Nero loved sorbet made of rose water, that you can eat beer ice cream in Munich, and that the Gelato World Tour is on the lookout for the world's very best ice cream?
The Portuguese Azores still have active volcanoes. The locals use the heat to cook with.
In this special edition of Euromaxx we feature a sand artist on the Channel Islands, a luxury globe manufacturer in London, meet urban gardeners and cook with volcanic heat on the Azores.
Thirty years after its release, "Dirty Dancing" about a teen summer romance is as popular as ever, with a recent TV remake and sold-out musicals around the world. Here are 10 things you didn't know about the film.
Holocaust historian Eberhard Jäckel, known for his award-winning publications aimed at understanding Hitler's worldview as a means of making sense of the war, has died at the age of 88.
From Marlene Dietrich in the 1920s to the influence of The Beatles and the rise and fall of Nena's Neue Deutsche Welle, German pop has changed a lot in the past 90 years. A Frankfurt exhibition takes a closer look.
Storks, industrial ruins and floodplains: Nicole Frölich is on a two-day tour on the Elbe Cycle Route in the state of Brandenburg.
Star oboist Albrecht Mayer is Sarah Willis's guest on this episode explaining and celebrating the oboe – the 'Instrument of the Year 2017'!
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