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With Bishop Munib Younan, President of the LWF

English Easter 2014: Hopes for Peace in the Holy Land? In the Interview: President of the Lutheran World Federation Bishop Munib Younan.

With Bishop Munib Younan, President of the LWF English
00:15
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this holiday edition of Germany Today, we profile the traditional Easter ride in Bavaria, look at the customs of the Easter egg hunt in Rhineland-Pfalz and look back at Easter peace demonstrations in West Germany.

Window on Germany English
00:30
Tomorrow Today

The Science Magazine

English World Climate Report | Flood Warnings | Power from the Streets | Forests Facing Change

The Science Magazine English
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Journal Reporter

The Thrills and Spills of Motor-Biking

English Speed, Space and a Sense of Freedom: The Thrills and Spills of Motor-Biking. A Report by Markus Reichert.

The Thrills and Spills of Motor-Biking English
01:30
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: Tulip mania in Keukenhof, cupcake craze in Vienna, floppy disc artist Nick Gentry, a tree house hotel in Sweden, and 150 years of Germany's Max and Moritz.

Lifestyle Europe English
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World Stories

International Reporters

English On this edition, we visit an Indian start-up platform that aims to create new ventures. We see how spice farmers on Zanzibar are using organic agriculture to escape poverty. We visit a collector in Bahrain who's turned his home into a museum. We catch up with paragliders in Bulgaria. And we take a look into a chapter of Mexico's history.

International Reporters English
02:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Internet of Things: how our lives are increasingly online. Animal rights: why rangers in Nepal are using aerial drones. Education: the pros and cons of the digital class register. And on Exit: circling the world through the eyes of Superman.

Living in the Digital Age English
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03:03
Discover Germany

The Travel Guide

English This time our tour takes us to Bremen and Bremerhaven, Preetz, Freiburg and up to the Wasserkuppe plateau.

The Travel Guide English
03:30
Documentaries and Reports

Germany by Scooter

English Germany by Scooter - 2473 Kilometers in 80 Days - Part 2: From the Brunswick Area to the Harz Mountains

Germany by Scooter English
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04:15
Documentaries and Reports

Rococo and Punk

English Rococo and Punk - Porcelain from Nymphenburg

Rococo and Punk English
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05:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this holiday edition of Germany Today, we profile the traditional Easter ride in Bavaria, look at the customs of the Easter egg hunt in Rhineland-Pfalz and look back at Easter peace demonstrations in West Germany.

Window on Germany English
05:15
World Stories

International Reporters

English On this edition, we visit an Indian start-up platform that aims to create new ventures. We see how spice farmers on Zanzibar are using organic agriculture to escape poverty. We visit a collector in Bahrain who's turned his home into a museum. We catch up with paragliders in Bulgaria. And we take a look into a chapter of Mexico's history.

International Reporters English
05:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Internet of Things: how our lives are increasingly online. Animal rights: why rangers in Nepal are using aerial drones. Education: the pros and cons of the digital class register. And on Exit: circling the world through the eyes of Superman.

Living in the Digital Age English
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06:15
Documentaries and Reports

Do Possessions Make Us Happy?

English Do Possessions Make Us Happy? - Taking Stock in an Affluent Country

Do Possessions Make Us Happy? English
07:00
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07:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: Tulip mania in Keukenhof, cupcake craze in Vienna, floppy disc artist Nick Gentry, a tree house hotel in Sweden, and 150 years of Germany's Max and Moritz.

Lifestyle Europe English
07:30
Arts.21

The Cultural Magazine

English Working together on a Wagner opera - German choreographer Sasha Waltz and internationally renowned conductor Daniel Barenboim are staging a production of "Tannhäuser." Other topics: futuristic design classics; can Islam be termed fascistoid?; and a rare look at the former East Germany in color.

The Cultural Magazine English
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08:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this holiday edition of Germany Today, we profile the traditional Easter ride in Bavaria, look at the customs of the Easter egg hunt in Rhineland-Pfalz and look back at Easter peace demonstrations in West Germany.

Window on Germany English
08:15
World Stories

International Reporters

English On this edition, we visit an Indian start-up platform that aims to create new ventures. We see how spice farmers on Zanzibar are using organic agriculture to escape poverty. We visit a collector in Bahrain who's turned his home into a museum. We catch up with paragliders in Bulgaria. And we take a look into a chapter of Mexico's history.

International Reporters English
08:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Internet of Things: how our lives are increasingly online. Animal rights: why rangers in Nepal are using aerial drones. Education: the pros and cons of the digital class register. And on Exit: circling the world through the eyes of Superman.

Living in the Digital Age English
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09:03
Discover Germany

The Travel Guide

English This time our tour takes us to Bremen and Bremerhaven, Preetz, Freiburg and up to the Wasserkuppe plateau.

The Travel Guide English
09:30
In Good Shape

The Health Show

English Manual or manipulation therapies such as massage, physiotherapy and osteopathy are especially useful in treating disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Dr. Valentin Rosenhauer explains when these treatments come into question. In addition: herbal teas, the Japanese alternative therapy of shiatsu, contact lenses to correct vision overnight, and the dangers of blood poisoning.

The Health Show English
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Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this holiday edition of Germany Today, we profile the traditional Easter ride in Bavaria, look at the customs of the Easter egg hunt in Rhineland-Pfalz and look back at Easter peace demonstrations in West Germany.

Window on Germany English
10:15
Documentaries and Reports

Rococo and Punk

English Rococo and Punk - Porcelain from Nymphenburg

Rococo and Punk English
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11:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: Tulip mania in Keukenhof, cupcake craze in Vienna, floppy disc artist Nick Gentry, a tree house hotel in Sweden, and 150 years of Germany's Max and Moritz.

Lifestyle Europe English
11:30
Tomorrow Today

The Science Magazine

English World Climate Report | Flood Warnings | Power from the Streets | Forests Facing Change

The Science Magazine English
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12:15
World Stories

International Reporters

English On this edition, we visit an Indian start-up platform that aims to create new ventures. We see how spice farmers on Zanzibar are using organic agriculture to escape poverty. We visit a collector in Bahrain who's turned his home into a museum. We catch up with paragliders in Bulgaria. And we take a look into a chapter of Mexico's history.

International Reporters English
12:45
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this holiday edition of Germany Today, we profile the traditional Easter ride in Bavaria, look at the customs of the Easter egg hunt in Rhineland-Pfalz and look back at Easter peace demonstrations in West Germany.

Window on Germany English
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Business Brief

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13:15
Documentaries and Reports

Do Possessions Make Us Happy?

English Do Possessions Make Us Happy? - Taking Stock in an Affluent Country

Do Possessions Make Us Happy? English
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PopXport

The German Music Magazine

English In this special edition of PopXport, we introduce you to some of the hottest artists on Germany's rap scene. We've got portraits of the panda-suited artist who calls himself Cro, hard-working rapper Prinz Pi and hip-hop veteran Max Herre. We close with clips from Sido, Deichkind, Marteria and Die Fantastischen Vier.

The German Music Magazine English
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Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: Tulip mania in Keukenhof, cupcake craze in Vienna, floppy disc artist Nick Gentry, a tree house hotel in Sweden, and 150 years of Germany's Max and Moritz.

Lifestyle Europe English
15:30
Tomorrow Today

The Science Magazine

English World Climate Report | Flood Warnings | Power from the Streets | Forests Facing Change

The Science Magazine English
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Talking Germany

Martin Hoffmann, Berlin Philharmonic

English Martin Hoffmann has been general manager of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra since 2010. Before that, the fifty-four-year-old was managing director at the commercial broadcaster Sat.1 and CEO of a television production company.

Martin Hoffmann, Berlin Philharmonic English
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17:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this holiday edition of Germany Today, we profile the traditional Easter ride in Bavaria, look at the customs of the Easter egg hunt in Rhineland-Pfalz and look back at Easter peace demonstrations in West Germany.

Window on Germany English
17:15
Documentaries and Reports

Do Possessions Make Us Happy?

English Do Possessions Make Us Happy? - Taking Stock in an Affluent Country

Do Possessions Make Us Happy? English
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18:03
Discover Germany

The Travel Guide

English This time our tour takes us to Bremen and Bremerhaven, Preetz, Freiburg and up to the Wasserkuppe plateau.

The Travel Guide English
18:30
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

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Lifestyle Europe English
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19:30
Arts.21

The Cultural Magazine

English Working together on a Wagner opera - German choreographer Sasha Waltz and internationally renowned conductor Daniel Barenboim are staging a production of "Tannhäuser." Other topics: futuristic design classics; can Islam be termed fascistoid?; and a rare look at the former East Germany in color.

The Cultural Magazine English
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Business Brief

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Talking Germany

Martin Hoffmann, Berlin Philharmonic

English Martin Hoffmann has been general manager of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra since 2010. Before that, the fifty-four-year-old was managing director at the commercial broadcaster Sat.1 and CEO of a television production company.

Martin Hoffmann, Berlin Philharmonic English
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Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

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Lifestyle Europe English
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Global 3000

The Globalization Program

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The Globalization Program English
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22:15
Close up

The Current Affairs Documentary

English This Is Who We Are - Photographing South Africa

The Current Affairs Documentary English
22:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Less is more: How online platforms encourage people to swap and share. Photo albums of the future: How lifeloggers are capturing their daily lives around the clock with mini-cameras. And we Exit with: "Around Saturn" - a cleverly artistic video clip compiled from pictures taken from outer space.

Living in the Digital Age English
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Talking Germany

Martin Hoffmann, Berlin Philharmonic

English Martin Hoffmann has been general manager of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra since 2010. Before that, the fifty-four-year-old was managing director at the commercial broadcaster Sat.1 and CEO of a television production company.

Martin Hoffmann, Berlin Philharmonic English