In this edition: Speedflying, hand-made candy from Poland, fashion designer Guido Maria Kretschmer’s new sales platform, the latest attraction in the Snowdonia National Park, and a sci-fi film on the internet has gone viral
Speedflying is an extreme winter sport that combines paragliding and skiing. Speedflyers get a huge adrenaline rush as they soar through the Alps at speeds of 120 kilometers an hour.
Candy from Gdansk
Florian Belgard makes fruit candies with colourful patterns and customized logos. His confectionery has become a big hit with locals since he moved to Gdansk, Poland from Germany in 2005.
Guido Maria Kretschmer
The German fashion designer presents his latest collection which will go on sale on the internet platform ebay.
The Zip Wire in Wales
The longest zip wire in Europe is located in Snowdonia National Park in Wales. It is around 1750 metres long and visitors can travel at speeds of up to 100 kilometres per hour.
Student Sci-fi Film
German film student Kaleb Lechowski produced a digital sci-fi film called "R’ha" that went viral on the internet so much so that he’s now been approached by Hollywood.