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Global 3000 - The Globalization Program

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Local UTC Friday, 19.09.2014
19:30
Global 3000

The Globalization Program

English More than 30% of the Philippine population work in farming, but very few of them make a decent living. Many young people move to the cities to find work, and end up living in the slums. We look at a project that is trying to reverse the trend.

The Globalization Program English
20:00
Journal

News

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News English
20:03
Business Brief

News

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News English
20:15
World Stories

International Reporters

English This week on World Stories: With UN help, feuding shepherds and farmers in Darfur make peace the traditional way, a Mexican carnival mask maker talks about his craft, and a great-grandmother in Belarus looks back on a hard life. A dedicated Bangladeshi photographer helps poor tea-plantation workers' children get an education, and Tunisia takes its tourists back to the land with an eco-hotel.

International Reporters English
20:45
Sarah's Music

Contemporary Classical

English In the fourth episode, Sarah Willis pays a visit to the annual Beethovenfest in Bonn. She meets Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons to discuss the life and work of the great composer Ludwig van Beethoven. This year’s festival features a performance by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra of all nine of Beethoven’s symphonies.

Contemporary Classical English
21:00
Journal

News

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News English
21:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English He didn’t only take photos with his camera, he captured historical events. That’s why German photographer Thomas Hoepker has now been given the Leica Hall of Fame Award. Also: She is one of the last big film divas: Sophia Loren is turning 80. And: a Berlin Startup makes furniture for bicycles!

Lifestyle Europe English