In this edition: Fine dining in Berlin, Led Zepplin's last concert on DVD, a trip through the Harz mountains, and painting by numbers with Italian artist Federico Pietrella.
Italian artist Federico Pietrella creates haunting, black and white images with a time stamp. It's painstaking work and each picture can take up to two months to create. But the end product has earned Pietrella recognition and success throughout Europe.
More than 20 Years after the fall of communism, there are no longer any borders in the Harz mountains. Instead the region has developed into a popular tourist destination. Since 1992 the Harz narrow gauge railway has once again been taking tourists up to the peak of the Brocken mountain, more than 1000 meters above sea level, an area that was once off limits to tourists.