Black and white television got some colorful competition. This revolutionary change was the work of dedicated technician Walter Bruch. Still, it took a while to really catch on: not many people could afford a color television set in the early days.
At the official opening, Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed Germany's need for a "strong, efficient foreign intelligence agency." Hidden in the countryside for decades, the BND has finally arrived in the heart of Berlin.
A Swedish activist is facing legal action for stopping a plane from flying with an Afghan deportee on board. While she may have had good intentions, the outcome took an unexpected turn. Did she make the right decision?
It had already been available in the US since 1954, but West Germany had to wait until 1967 for color TV broadcasts. Viewers long remained skeptical - but the new technology eventually caught on.
Florence Kasumba has acted in blockbusters including "The Avengers" and "Black Panther." As she picks up the lead as a detective in "Tatort," we revisit 10 things you need to know about Germany's longest-running TV show.
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