Contractor Dominic Richards lives in Yaxley Hall, a huge stately home in Eastern England. He shows how he has brought the Tudor house into the 21st Century whilst retaining many of its original.
As in every language, German has a number of idioms referring to a color. But some of their literal translations can be enigmatic for English speakers. Can you guess their meaning?
Two English teenagers were among the goals in the Bundesliga this weekend. While Jadon Sancho has made the headlines with Borussia Dortmund, Reiss Nelson's development at Hoffenheim has been no less impressive.
Four volumes, 366 chapters and 1,891 pages, not to mention a serious case of writer's block and a major existential crisis: Uwe Johnson's ambitious novel is truly the work of a lifetime.
DW set out to prepare a list of interesting German-language novels and stories published since 1900 that have been translated in English. The compilation turned out to be the first of its kind. Here's how it happened.
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