Let’s dive into the art world! Culture, in all of its facets: that’s what the “Arts and Culture” format is all about. The spectrum of the 13-minute show ranges from film and literature, to music and pop culture, to design and architecture. Its focus is on exciting cultural events in Germany, Europe, and around the world.
Arts and Culture, presented by Karin Helmstaedt. On this edition: we pay tribute to Italian cinema legend Federico Fellini; we meet Kate Jenkins, whose textile art looks good enough to eat; and we look at a new book by photographer Mitch Epstein.
An in-depth look at lifestyle and trends. Get the latest news on artists, films, festivals, exhibitions, music and travel from Germany, Europe and beyond.
Hank Azaria says he will no longer voice the Indian immigrant convenience store owner Apu on "The Simpsons." The decision follows long-running claims that the character of 30 years perpetuates racist stereotypes.
For four years the Tyrannosaurus rex, on loan from two patrons, was the star of Berlin's Natural History Museum. At the end of January 2020, Tristan Otto will move to Copenhagen to the Natural History Museum there.
On Sunday, famed British conductor Sir Simon Rattle reaches what in many sectors is considered retirement age. But the head of the London Symphony Orchestra seems far from leaving it all behind.
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