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On this edition of Euromaxx Highlights: Legendary artist Christo is working on his new project on Lake Iseo in northern Italy. A group of Swiss artists are giving the football sticker a creative makeover. And: a rollercoaster restaurant in the city of Vienna.
Chernobyl remembered thirty years on | Help for victims of female genital Mutilation | Nepal still rebuilding after earthquake | Female band fights for change in Ethiopia
Fleeing War and Poverty - Africa's Forgotten Refugees
China will be the leading global economy by 2017 according to new figures from the IMF and the World Bank. How did the country rise to power? This documentary takes a look back through China’s history.
100 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing global projects that combat climate change.
A new, potentially powerful weapon against cancer has been discovered - immunotherapy. In Good Shape is at Berlin’s Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center speaking to the Director, Dr. Ulrich Keilholz, about whether or not this should give patients new hope. Also, we take a look at dislocating shoulders, how to get your airways clear during a cold and jewelry that brings some people out in a rash.
What outrages audiences today, and why? Arts.21 looks at the mechanisms behind orchestrated media hype. And: Tom Tykwer sends Tom Hanks into the desert. Gerhard Richter paints the Holocaust. And Zubin Mehta turns 80.
DW's popular TV-magazine on European issues returns with a totally revamped Facebook page. Completely refurbished in design and feel, including a crew of fresh, young presenters.
The German National Youth Orchestra is on tour in Germany with talented young musicians aged 14 -19. Sarah Willis is delighted to spend time with them and reminisce about how wonderful it is to play in a youth orchestra.
Two Door Cinema Club (UK)
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