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Two light festivals in Berlin, an iconic French car, and two EU citizens living abroad.
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In the middle of the Arizona desert, light artist James Turrell is building the biggest artwork on our planet. He's turning an extinct volcano into a gigantic sculpture. How is that possible?
100 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing global projects that combat climate change.
Gold is a highly-prized commodity worldwide. The Philippines are rich in gold deposits, but mining that gold is a dangerous job that is often carried out by children. The wages are pitiful.
What kinds of sounds emerge when the National Youth Orchestra of Germany plays works by Mongolian avant-garde composer Zulan? Arts.21 listened in on the amalgam of Western, Chinese and Mongolian musical traditions.
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.
For this episode, Sarah is in Sydney, Australia, where some of Australia´s top classical musicians from home and abroad are performing as part of the unique Australian World Orchestra - conducted for these concerts by Sir Simon Rattle.
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