On today's Euromaxx: A real rock star's most important asset is stage presence - at least if you believe air guitarists. They were strutting their stuff at the world championships in Finland at the weekend. Also: This year's Venice Film Festival jury is chaired by a film composer for the first time a jury chairman. And: Euromaxx visits the Swiss city of Fribourg.
This time on World Stories, we hear about efforts in Bangladesh to help expectant mothers and their babies survive childbirth. We revisit a key moment in Bulgaria's history and hear recollections of Kenya's politically hazardous past. We see how Mexico's iconic sombreros are made and how future technical instructors are being trained in Saudi Arabia.
At the age of 38, Jennifer Teege discovered by chance that she is the granddaughter of Amon Göth, the notorious Nazi concentration camp commander depicted in the movie 'Schindlers Liste.' On Talking Germany, she'll be looking back at the day her life changed, recalling her childhood in a home and growing up in a foster family.
The season has begun - although some teams have yet to get going. "It’s early days”, Dortmund and others will no doubt be telling themselves. Meanwhile, after beating Wolfsburg last week, Bayern are out to claim their next big-name scalp. We talk to a coach making his debut in the Bundesliga - with a team looking to return to former glory.
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