In this edition: Elena Ochoa Foster's publishing house Ivorypress, wildlife photographer Hermann Hirsch, a website about creative people's homes, the new Mariinsky Theater II in St. Petersburg, and trumpet-maker Alexander Weimann.
08.12.13 | 21:03 - 21:30 UTC, 09.12.13 | 01:30 - 02:00 UTC, 09.12.13 | 07:03 - 07:30 UTC, 09.12.13 | 11:03 - 11:30 UTC, 09.12.13 | 15:03 - 15:30 UTC
Michael Wigge crosses his homeland from north to south - and only has 80 days to do it!
Enter our new euromaxx quiz and you could be the winner of an iPod.
"max x." – a hapless hero in the daily struggle for survival
User Generated Content - The Best Web Videos
Visit Europe's most beautiful cities
A culinary journey through Europe
Ever wondered what books crime writer Donna Leon likes to read herself? Or asked yourself who soul singer Xavier Naidoo's hero is?
euromaxx highlights – the top stories from a whole week of euromaxx. The best and most exciting reports on lifestyle and culture across Europe. Make a regular date with euromaxx highlights - television for connoisseurs.
In this edition: A live DVD documents the comeback tour of Roxette and gives lots of backstage insights . Also: Carsten Peter photographed many different Alpine mask traditions for his book "Demons of the Alps." And Euromaxx enjoys a trip to Piccadilly Circus in London.
In this edition: Daniel Lieske is one of the most widely-read German comic-strip authors worldwide. Also: Philippe Jaroussky is currently the best known and most successful countertenor. And: You can watch Santa Claus pull off some amazing stunts online.
In this edition: Well known designers in Paris create special Christmas trees that will later be sold for charity. Tenor José Carreras has a new album: "25 - meraviglioso." And: Architect Eleni Sfakianaki and and her artist husband Costas Varotsos live in a self-designed villa on the Greek island of Aegina.
In this edition: Italian brothers Manuele ad Michele Malenotti are turning Britain's Matchless motorbikes into a lifestyle brand. Also: German photographer Peter Lindbergh answers Euromaxx questionnaire. And: We visit the artists' colony ín the town of Skagen in the north of Denmark.
In this edition: The first weekend in December always sees a big party to mark the start of the winter season in St. Moritz. Also: The German-Algerian brothers Manuel, Nicolas und Alessandro Hasni are enjoying great international success as models. And: A visit to Gothenburg, Sweden's gateway to the world.
Euromaxx is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, arts and culture, concerts, music, style, fashion and much more. All this packed into a compact 26 minute show.
Karin Helmstaedt was born in eastern Canada. With a German father and Canadian mother, she grew up with a lively mix of cultures as the daily norm.
Louise Houghton started off her presenting career working on the European Drag Racing Championships and one of her first shoots on location was right here in Germany at Hockenheim's famous motor racing circuit!
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