This weekly one-hour radio show brings you personal tales behind the news headlines.
This week DW reporters Neil King and Gabriel Borrud teamed up to find out what it’s like to be blind in Germany. They spent some time with a man who gradually turned blind and a teenage girl who was born blind. This episode explores the personal challenges blind people face on a daily basis and tries to shed some light on the blind spots that sighted people may still have on the topic.
This week we discover a love story that began during the Korean War, and never really ended. We speak with a friend of a man who disappeared while hiking back in 2004 — and could have been kidnapped by North Korea. Plus, we learn more about the power of running to cope with grief, overcoming illiteracy, a unique clothes shop which caters to transgender people and reviving traditions in Tahiti.
Salafism is one of the fastest growing extremely conservative branches of Islam in Germany. We speak with DW journalist Esther Felden about her experiences researching her series on Salafism in Germany and the stories of the people she encountered along the way.
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