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.
Although Tokyo topped the list, Monocle magazine's editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé tells DW why German cities like Berlin and Munich made the annual Quality of Life Survey global ranking from 2017.
The Portuguese Azores still have active volcanoes. The locals use the heat to cook with.
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?
Filmmaker Johannes Preuss has received a student Oscar for his film, "Galamsay," which was shot in Ghana and looks at the illegal gold trade there. DW met him to discuss how the country could "turn into a hell."
The French graphic novelist Riad Sattouf is best known for his memoir, "The Arab of the Future." DW met him to discuss his latest series, "Esther's Notebooks," which tells stories from the perspective of a young girl.
Jasmin Tabatabai & the David Klein Quartett at Jazzfest Bonn 2017. In 2012, the German-Iranian received the Echo Jazz Award for "Best National Singer."
The new flight route, via Windhoek in Namibia, makes the small British island in the South Atlantic reachable by air from South Africa in just six hours. The airport has been a colossal civil engineering challenge.
The American composer and conductor John Adams is this year's Composer in Residence at the Berlin Philharmonic. In this episode he talks to Sarah Willis about composing, conducting and creative thinking.
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