Ron Wood, Jon Bon Jovi and Johnny Depp all own Duesenberg guitars. Famous for their unique sound, the instruments are made in northern Germany.
Musicians just love Jens Ritter's guitars. Ritter has built guitars for Prince and Elton John. But these hand-made instruments don't come cheap. They can cost up to 100,000 euros.
The latest trends from Milan Furniture Fair. Plus: a German guitar-maker builds instruments for world-class musicians. And this year's Asparagus Season is underway!
German piano manufacturer Bechstein has been around since 1853. The company is based in Berlin but its pianos are built in Saxony and the Czech Republic. It's Europe's largest producer of upright and grand pianos.
Russia is on edge as the controversial historical drama premieres. DW's Juri Rescheto in Saint Petersburg explains why attacks have dogged Aleksei Utichel's film and why the response has been too little, too late.
Washington Post reporter Souad Mekhennet writes on Islamist terrorism. She’s travelled extensively and met some of the world's most wanted men. She tries to explain what motivates them, as well as to mediate between the West and the Muslim world.
Young South African jazz musicians are raising their voices against corruption and oppression. They want to free the country of the trauma of apartheid.
The only German museum outside of Germany remembers the famous poet, who spent some time here to take a break from his life in Weimar. His Italy visit has become symbolic for the German’s love of Italy.
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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