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Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition: We meet a couple from southwestern Germany who are trying to save old rail stations, find out how Beads of Courage are helping children with cancer, and catch up with campers braving harsh weather conditions by the North Sea.

Window on Germany English
00:30
In Good Shape

The Health Show

English Alzheimer is a dreaded disease of old age. Dr Oliver Peters tells us what one can do as prevention. We'll also tell you about the body's fascia and how singing can be beneficial to your health.

The Health Show English
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Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today on Euromaxx: German artist Anna-Maria Hefele is an overtone singer, which means she can sing two tones simultaneously! Also: in our series East German Icons, we find out why the Spreewald pickled cucumber is still such a hit. And: a couple on the Azores Islands explore the ocean depths with a self-made submarine.

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Insight Germany

American Actress Eve Slatner

English At the age of 4 Czech-born Eve Slatner was put on a "Kindertransport” train from Prague to Britain to save her from a Nazi concentration camp. Her guardian angel was British businessman Sir Nicholas Winton who saved 669 children. She later emigrated to the US but came to Berlin in the 1950s as an actress. On her first day here she met the man she married. At 80 years old she’s still acting.

American Actress Eve Slatner English
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Focus on Europe

Spotlight on People

English Ukraine: Dream of a "New Russia”| Ireland: Breaking the cycle of violence | France: The principality of Laàs en Béarn | Belgium: The "Sharia4Belgium” terror trial | Montenegro: The mixed legacy of an economic boom

Spotlight on People English
03:30
Drive it!

The Motor Magazine

English Luxurious feelings -- the new Ford Mondeo takes a new approach to the mid-range class. The BMW i3 is reminiscent of a UFO. And the data leech: what your car knows about you and who is eager to tap this information.

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The House of Racknitz

English The House of Racknitz - Portrait of a Modern Aristocrat

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Insight Germany

American Actress Eve Slatner

English At the age of 4 Czech-born Eve Slatner was put on a "Kindertransport” train from Prague to Britain to save her from a Nazi concentration camp. Her guardian angel was British businessman Sir Nicholas Winton who saved 669 children. She later emigrated to the US but came to Berlin in the 1950s as an actress. On her first day here she met the man she married. At 80 years old she’s still acting.

American Actress Eve Slatner English
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Victims

English Victims - When Violence Changes Lives

Victims English
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Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today on Euromaxx: German artist Anna-Maria Hefele is an overtone singer, which means she can sing two tones simultaneously! Also: in our series East German Icons, we find out why the Spreewald pickled cucumber is still such a hit. And: a couple on the Azores Islands explore the ocean depths with a self-made submarine.

Lifestyle Europe English
07:30
Made in Germany

The Business Magazine

English The results are on the table. For months, the European Central Bank has been closely scrutinizing the eurozone's most important banks. Everything revolves around the central question: if there were a new financial crisis, would banks go under again, or do they now have enough capital to master the problem themselves? Made in Germany analyses the results of the ECB stress tests.

The Business Magazine English
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08:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition: We meet a couple from southwestern Germany who are trying to save old rail stations, find out how Beads of Courage are helping children with cancer, and catch up with campers braving harsh weather conditions by the North Sea.

Window on Germany English
08:15
Insight Germany

American Actress Eve Slatner

English At the age of 4 Czech-born Eve Slatner was put on a "Kindertransport” train from Prague to Britain to save her from a Nazi concentration camp. Her guardian angel was British businessman Sir Nicholas Winton who saved 669 children. She later emigrated to the US but came to Berlin in the 1950s as an actress. On her first day here she met the man she married. At 80 years old she’s still acting.

American Actress Eve Slatner English
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09:03
Drive it!

The Motor Magazine

English Luxurious feelings -- the new Ford Mondeo takes a new approach to the mid-range class. The BMW i3 is reminiscent of a UFO. And the data leech: what your car knows about you and who is eager to tap this information.

The Motor Magazine English
09:30
Focus on Europe

Spotlight on People

English Ukraine: Dream of a "New Russia”| Ireland: Breaking the cycle of violence | France: The principality of Laàs en Béarn | Belgium: The "Sharia4Belgium” terror trial | Montenegro: The mixed legacy of an economic boom

Spotlight on People English
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10:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition: We meet a couple from southwestern Germany who are trying to save old rail stations, find out how Beads of Courage are helping children with cancer, and catch up with campers braving harsh weather conditions by the North Sea.

Window on Germany English
10:15
Documentaries and Reports

The House of Racknitz

English The House of Racknitz - Portrait of a Modern Aristocrat

The House of Racknitz English
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11:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today on Euromaxx: German artist Anna-Maria Hefele is an overtone singer, which means she can sing two tones simultaneously! Also: in our series East German Icons, we find out why the Spreewald pickled cucumber is still such a hit. And: a couple on the Azores Islands explore the ocean depths with a self-made submarine.

Lifestyle Europe English
11:30
In Good Shape

The Health Show

English Alzheimer is a dreaded disease of old age. Dr Oliver Peters tells us what one can do as prevention. We'll also tell you about the body's fascia and how singing can be beneficial to your health.

The Health Show English
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12:15
Insight Germany

American Actress Eve Slatner

English At the age of 4 Czech-born Eve Slatner was put on a "Kindertransport” train from Prague to Britain to save her from a Nazi concentration camp. Her guardian angel was British businessman Sir Nicholas Winton who saved 669 children. She later emigrated to the US but came to Berlin in the 1950s as an actress. On her first day here she met the man she married. At 80 years old she’s still acting.

American Actress Eve Slatner English
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Victims

English Victims - When Violence Changes Lives

Victims English
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14:30
Focus on Europe

Spotlight on People

English Ukraine: Dream of a "New Russia”| Ireland: Breaking the cycle of violence | France: The principality of Laàs en Béarn | Belgium: The "Sharia4Belgium” terror trial | Montenegro: The mixed legacy of an economic boom

Spotlight on People English
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15:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today on Euromaxx: German artist Anna-Maria Hefele is an overtone singer, which means she can sing two tones simultaneously! Also: in our series East German Icons, we find out why the Spreewald pickled cucumber is still such a hit. And: a couple on the Azores Islands explore the ocean depths with a self-made submarine.

Lifestyle Europe English
15:30
In Good Shape

The Health Show

English Alzheimer is a dreaded disease of old age. Dr Oliver Peters tells us what one can do as prevention. We'll also tell you about the body's fascia and how singing can be beneficial to your health.

The Health Show English
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16:15
Quadriga

Hooligans vs Salafists: Battlefield Germany

English Protests staged by hard-line football fans and right-wing extremists in Cologne last Sunday have alarmed both police and policymakers in Germany. What was supposed to be a peaceful demonstration against Islamist Salafists turned violent, and authorities now fear it could be the start of a proxy war fought on the streets of Germany.

Hooligans vs Salafists: Battlefield Germany English
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Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition: We meet a couple from southwestern Germany who are trying to save old rail stations, find out how Beads of Courage are helping children with cancer, and catch up with campers braving harsh weather conditions by the North Sea.

Window on Germany English
17:15
Documentaries and Reports

Victims

English Victims - When Violence Changes Lives

Victims English
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18:03
Made in Germany

The Business Magazine

English The results are on the table. For months, the European Central Bank has been closely scrutinizing the eurozone's most important banks. Everything revolves around the central question: if there were a new financial crisis, would banks go under again, or do they now have enough capital to master the problem themselves? Made in Germany analyses the results of the ECB stress tests.

The Business Magazine English
18:30
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today on Euromaxx: German artist Anna-Maria Hefele is an overtone singer, which means she can sing two tones simultaneously! Also: in our series East German Icons, we find out why the Spreewald pickled cucumber is still such a hit. And: a couple on the Azores Islands explore the ocean depths with a self-made submarine.

Lifestyle Europe English
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19:30
Kino

The German Film Magazine

English Kino’s special edition marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Life in East and West Germany and the ideological battle between capitalism and socialism has been reflected extensively in the world of film, producing espionage thrillers, tales of escape, as well as love stories. Plus we talk to actor Thomas Kretschmann about how he escaped East Germany and made it in Hollywood.

The German Film Magazine English
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Quadriga

Hooligans vs Salafists: Battlefield Germany

English Protests staged by hard-line football fans and right-wing extremists in Cologne last Sunday have alarmed both police and policymakers in Germany. What was supposed to be a peaceful demonstration against Islamist Salafists turned violent, and authorities now fear it could be the start of a proxy war fought on the streets of Germany.

Hooligans vs Salafists: Battlefield Germany English
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21:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today on Euromaxx: German artist Anna-Maria Hefele is an overtone singer, which means she can sing two tones simultaneously! Also: in our series East German Icons, we find out why the Spreewald pickled cucumber is still such a hit. And: a couple on the Azores Islands explore the ocean depths with a self-made submarine.

Lifestyle Europe English
21:30
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Strangers

English strangers - Keeping One's Head Above Water

Strangers English
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Egon Bahr, the Shuttle Diplomat

English Egon Bahr, the Shuttle Diplomat

Egon Bahr, the Shuttle Diplomat English
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Quadriga

Hooligans vs Salafists: Battlefield Germany

English Protests staged by hard-line football fans and right-wing extremists in Cologne last Sunday have alarmed both police and policymakers in Germany. What was supposed to be a peaceful demonstration against Islamist Salafists turned violent, and authorities now fear it could be the start of a proxy war fought on the streets of Germany.

Hooligans vs Salafists: Battlefield Germany English