On this edition, Germany Today walks the beat with federal police at Düsseldorf's main train station, young people with difficult backgrounds get to learn a trade in Tübingen, and senior citizens in Bremen take up ballet.
Anyone who disturbs the peace at Düsseldorf's main train station will find himself talking to federal police officers Nina Poll and Robert Liebe. We tagged along with them for a night shift that included a robbery and an aggressive passenger trying to hitch a ride without a ticket.
For 25 years, Alexander Rempel's masonry company in the southern German town of Tübingen has been giving young people from difficult backgrounds the opportunity to turn their lives around. Rempel is a trained social worker, but he's also a businessman who's looking to compete on the free market.
Ballet instructor Isabella Klesse from the northern German city of Bremen teaches classes for women between the ages of 60 and 80. Many of her pupils are hoping to live out a dream they had as young girls. But learning ballet is also a great way to keep their bodies and minds fit.