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Let’s dive into the art world! Culture, in all of its facets: that’s what the “Arts and Culture” format is all about. The spectrum of the 13-minute show ranges from film and literature, to music and pop culture, to design and architecture. Its focus is on exciting cultural events in Germany, Europe, and around the world.
On this edition of Arts and Culture with Karin Helmstaedt: French horn virtuoso and DW presenter Sarah Willis combines classical tunes with Cuban rhythms in Havana, Accra-based band Santrofi breathes new life into Ghanaian highlife music, and the soul-searching lyrics of US Indie-rock singer-songwriter Julien Baker.
An in-depth look at lifestyle and trends. Get the latest news on artists, films, festivals, exhibitions, music and travel from Germany, Europe and beyond.
The Swedish Academy gave the award to French memoirist Annie Ernaux. An icon of autobiographical fiction, the author of "The Years" joins the ranks of other prestigious figures in the literary scene.
In the middle of a war, Ukraine's largest literature festival welcomes some of the world's most famous authors, including Margaret Atwood and Neil Gaiman.
Manager Brian Epstein struggled to get the band signed, until they were invited to record their first single, "Love Me Do," which was released 60 years ago.
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