On this edition, we head to Bosnia-Herzegovina to see how weapons left over from the bitter conflict there are putting communities at risk. We take a look at how people in Guatemala are using recycled waste to build schools. We visit street vendors in Egypt who are blocking roads to sell their goods.
Stage, television, film, radio - Maren Kroymann can do it all. The 64-year-old entertainer feels best on the cabaret stage and when she's singing. She uses her celebrity to campaign for the rights of homosexuals. After her own outing in 1993, television roles in particular failed to materialize. Maren Kroymann, who makes her home in Berlin, shares her thoughts on tolerance on Talking Germany.
On this edition of Arts.21, we show what remains of Fukushima, three years after the nuclear catastrophe. We also track down an art forger and accompany a man who turns the street into works of art. And we take a look at "Einstein on the Beach” - a work that turned the opera world on its head 40 years ago and is now on stage in Berlin.
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