In this edition: A tribute to the late Alexander McQueen, smart goggles, artist Jason deCaires Taylor, sights of Switzerland and self-driving cars.
Alexander Mcqueen Retrospective
We report on a retrospective currently opening in London called Savage Beauty. It pays tribute to the late fashion designer from Britain who died in 2010.
Our roving reporter Hendrik Welling takes to the slopes with smart goggles to see how effective they are. The goggles provide users with all sorts of information such as how to locate the nearest ski lift.
Underwater Artist Jason deCaires Taylor
This British artist creates concrete sculptures that are arranged to form huge underwater installations. The aim is to help revitalize coral reefs. We caught up with him in the Canary Isles.
Mercedes and Audi are already well on the way to developing high-end vehicles that drive themselves using sensors and computers, and at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland another model was also on display. It's called the Budii. It’s from the Swiss company Rinspeed. One special thing about this car is that the steering wheel is optional.
This time we travel to the eastern Swiss region of Graubünden and Engadin. That's where some of Europe's most exclusive ski resorts like Davos and St. Moritz are located.