Playing the piano, going for walks and doing household chores are what make Daniel in New York an everyday hero for Alzheimer's patient Byron O'Connell. Now he's making a film to encourage those dealing with the disease.
The Hamburg production of the musical "Rocky" is now also on Broadway in New York - a point of pride for the Germans behind it. But reactions are mixed when it comes to this first-of-its-kind musical export.
We join the big names of the silver screen on the red carpet at this year's Berlinale film festival, then head to the Berlinale Talents where the young filmmakers have a chance to step into the spotlight. We then swap champagne for coffee, and for good measure we slip out of our evening wear and into a wetsuit to dive beneath the coral reefs of Borneo for this week's Generation Change report.
US actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has died. The 46-year-old was found dead in his New York apartment. The cause of death was an apparent drug overdose, according to local authorities.
Simon in Nigeria built a library at a local school to give the kids from rural farming families a brighter future. Now he's making sure the library is put to good use - which isn't as easy as it sounds.
Having clean water in our homes is a luxury almost 800 million people around the world don't have. Anna Vikky, a German medical student, is changing that for Ugandans by building wells and water tanks with a local NGO.
Alberto, 18, is determined to put an end to homophobia and discrimination in Chile. The answer, he says, lies in education. First, he's tackling the curriculum at his own high school.
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