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.
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.
Few writers are as synonymous with Berlin as Christopher Isherwood, and although his legacy lives on, the modern version of his erstwhile city accommodates a growing English literary scene.
In Portugal, domestic violence is a big problem that is rarely talked about. Melisa, 27, is changing that. She got Lisbon on its feet to dance for an end to violence against women and girls.
Growing up in a Mumbai slum, Ashok saw how hard it was for many young people to break out of poverty. Now the 24-year-old has launched a soccer program for disadvantaged kids with a focus on education and life skills.
Ben Hughey believes in the power of maps. He's used his GPS and mapmaking skills to help indigenous communities in Ecuador, and now his maps are behind land conservation efforts in Seattle.
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