In this edition: The art of calligraphy is losing significance in our digital age, but a Berlin start-up is trying to revive it by offering hand-written texts. Also, we check out a model agency in Berlin that specializes in not-so-pretty people, and we visit the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein in our series 'Europe's Microstates'.
Alexandra Kalle discovered her olfactory talent in her late twenties and gave up her career as a marketing expert. Today she works for a fragrance company that makes the world famous brand 4711 Original Eau de Cologne. On Talking Germany, Alexandra Kalle speaks about her sensory relationship to her work.
On this edition, two young men in Bochum are rescuing food that would otherwise be thrown away and distributing it to the needy. In Hamburg, people are again swimming in the Elbe River. A school in Berlin has shed its bad reputation and is now reporting suceesses. And In Brandenburg, a car fan is restoring old Citroëns.
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