On this edition: An award-winning French artist and his 'talented' drawing robots, Paris's plans to reinvent itself and become a nicer place to live, and Europe's biggest fair for furniture and design in Milan.
Photographer Ulla Lohmann wants to climb the highest mountain in each of 47 countries. Europe to the Maxx visits Kalmykia in the Russian steppe. And 1000 amateur cooks learn how to make a Provençal starter from a Michelin chef.
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Whether in your garden, in a park, or in a vase: Flowers make people happy! Especially their favorites! The Damask rose particularly appealing and is more than just a pretty blossom.
Following his hit Berlin-set debut "Oh Boy," director Jan-Ole Gerster presents his new film "Lara," an unsettling portrait of a desperate woman, at the Munich Film Festival. He spoke to DW about the pressure to succeed.
Is liberal democracy at its end? How should we deal with the rise of populism fueled by fake news on the internet? Yale historian and world-renowned author Timothy Snyder discusses these burning issues with DW.
British musician Brian Eno has composed music for films and space. An asteroid has just been named for him. He’s reissuing his legendary album "Apollo” to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. A talk about the sound of the universe:
The Starmus Festival has seen greats such as Hans Zimmer, Brian May, Neil Armstrong and Stephen Hawking. This global festival of science communication and art is taking place in Zurich for the fifth time this year. The star of 2019 is the moon.
Teachers and parents might not have noticed, but students don't only use YouTube for fun. According to a new study, about half of them watch videos to learn things as well. How does this affect the educational program?
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