On this edition of Germany Today we head to a butcher's in the Eifel which recently won a Red Dot Award for its packaging design; go to Berlin to meet the city's youngest ever master cathedral builder - who happens to be a woman - and visit a dance school in Brandenburg where two of the world's best rock'n' roll dancers learnt their moves.
Siegfried Marhöfer is a butcher from Oberbreisig. He and his partner Walter Gehlen package their salami sausages in wooden boxes - a bit like fine cigar cases - and recently won a Red Dot Award.
34-year-old Charlotte Hopf is not only the youngest but the first female 'cathedral builder' to work on the Berlin Cathedral. A trained architect, she has previously worked in Warsaw and New York.
The Rösel Dance School in Wittenberge, Brandenburg, first opened its doors in 1846. Two of its students have gone on to reach the top ten of the world's best rock 'n' roll dancers - Tabea and Jonas Gagelmann.