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Treasures of the World

Heritage of Mankind

English Potosí - The Devil's Silver, Bolivia

Heritage of Mankind English
00:30
Kick off!

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport”

English There are more than 7,000 languages around the world. But one language is universal: sport. "Kick Off” follows people in three projects supported by Germany. Manila, Addis Ababa and Leipzig - three people, three continents, three lives. In the Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” we show how football brings people together across the globe.

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” English
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Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: German-Latvian piano maker David Klavins' dream is to break his own record and build the world's biggest piano. Also: for centuries, artists have been inspired by the Strasbourg cathedral in Alsace, France. And, Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and his successful crime novels.

Lifestyle Europe English
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Talking Germany

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair

English Dieter Overath founded the non-profit organization TransFair in 1992. The organization supports fair trade with developing counties and awards the Fair Trade seal in Germany. The organization's founder says Germany is still a developing country when it comes to fair trade. On Talking Germany, Dieter Overath talks about his ideas on how to get Germans to abandon their "greed is good" mentalility.

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair English
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03:03
Global 3000

The Globalization Program

English Today we follow a group of young musicians on their road to success. Sans Visa play Makossa, an up-tempo style of music that's perfect for dancing. Jazz star Manu Dibango exposed the rest of the world to Makossa in the 1990s. Now the boys in Sans Visa are ready to take it further.

The Globalization Program English
03:30
Kick off!

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport”

English There are more than 7,000 languages around the world. But one language is universal: sport. "Kick Off” follows people in three projects supported by Germany. Manila, Addis Ababa and Leipzig - three people, three continents, three lives. In the Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” we show how football brings people together across the globe.

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” English
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Captivated by Fragrance

English Captivated by Fragrance - Perfume - History and Appeal

Captivated by Fragrance English
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05:03
Business Brief

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English

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05:15
Talking Germany

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair

English Dieter Overath founded the non-profit organization TransFair in 1992. The organization supports fair trade with developing counties and awards the Fair Trade seal in Germany. The organization's founder says Germany is still a developing country when it comes to fair trade. On Talking Germany, Dieter Overath talks about his ideas on how to get Germans to abandon their "greed is good" mentalility.

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair English
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06:15
Close up

The Current Affairs Documentary

English Germany and the Sex Trade

The Current Affairs Documentary English
06:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Hands on the wheel: why phoning while driving can be fatal. Web crime: how to recognize fraudulent online apartment ads. And our Exit: a stroll through the history of video games.

Living in the Digital Age English
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07:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: German-Latvian piano maker David Klavins' dream is to break his own record and build the world's biggest piano. Also: for centuries, artists have been inspired by the Strasbourg cathedral in Alsace, France. And, Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and his successful crime novels.

Lifestyle Europe English
07:30
PopXport

The German Music Magazine

English German musicians in Texas: 22 German acts played their fingers off at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin. We were there. Plus: we meet the Woods of Birnam, a band that combines music and acting. Also on hand: dance high-flyer Zedd, rappers Die Fantastischen Vier, indie electro trio B.O.X.E.R and pop rockers Reamonn.

The German Music Magazine English
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08:03
Treasures of the World

Heritage of Mankind

English Potosí - The Devil's Silver, Bolivia

Heritage of Mankind English
08:15
Talking Germany

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair

English Dieter Overath founded the non-profit organization TransFair in 1992. The organization supports fair trade with developing counties and awards the Fair Trade seal in Germany. The organization's founder says Germany is still a developing country when it comes to fair trade. On Talking Germany, Dieter Overath talks about his ideas on how to get Germans to abandon their "greed is good" mentalility.

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair English
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News

English

News English
09:03
Kick off!

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport”

English There are more than 7,000 languages around the world. But one language is universal: sport. "Kick Off” follows people in three projects supported by Germany. Manila, Addis Ababa and Leipzig - three people, three continents, three lives. In the Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” we show how football brings people together across the globe.

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” English
09:30
Global 3000

The Globalization Program

English Today we follow a group of young musicians on their road to success. Sans Visa play Makossa, an up-tempo style of music that's perfect for dancing. Jazz star Manu Dibango exposed the rest of the world to Makossa in the 1990s. Now the boys in Sans Visa are ready to take it further.

The Globalization Program English
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10:03
Treasures of the World

Heritage of Mankind

English Potosí - The Devil's Silver, Bolivia

Heritage of Mankind English
10:15
Documentaries and Reports

Captivated by Fragrance

English Captivated by Fragrance - Perfume - History and Appeal

Captivated by Fragrance English
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11:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: German-Latvian piano maker David Klavins' dream is to break his own record and build the world's biggest piano. Also: for centuries, artists have been inspired by the Strasbourg cathedral in Alsace, France. And, Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and his successful crime novels.

Lifestyle Europe English
11:30
Kick off!

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport”

English There are more than 7,000 languages around the world. But one language is universal: sport. "Kick Off” follows people in three projects supported by Germany. Manila, Addis Ababa and Leipzig - three people, three continents, three lives. In the Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” we show how football brings people together across the globe.

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” English
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Talking Germany

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair

English Dieter Overath founded the non-profit organization TransFair in 1992. The organization supports fair trade with developing counties and awards the Fair Trade seal in Germany. The organization's founder says Germany is still a developing country when it comes to fair trade. On Talking Germany, Dieter Overath talks about his ideas on how to get Germans to abandon their "greed is good" mentalility.

Dieter Overath, Managing Director of TransFair English
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13:03
Business Brief

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13:15
Close up

The Current Affairs Documentary

English Germany and the Sex Trade

The Current Affairs Documentary English
13:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Hands on the wheel: why phoning while driving can be fatal. Web crime: how to recognize fraudulent online apartment ads. And our Exit: a stroll through the history of video games.

Living in the Digital Age English
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14:30
Global 3000

The Globalization Program

English Today we follow a group of young musicians on their road to success. Sans Visa play Makossa, an up-tempo style of music that's perfect for dancing. Jazz star Manu Dibango exposed the rest of the world to Makossa in the 1990s. Now the boys in Sans Visa are ready to take it further.

The Globalization Program English
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15:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: German-Latvian piano maker David Klavins' dream is to break his own record and build the world's biggest piano. Also: for centuries, artists have been inspired by the Strasbourg cathedral in Alsace, France. And, Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and his successful crime novels.

Lifestyle Europe English
15:30
Kick off!

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport”

English There are more than 7,000 languages around the world. But one language is universal: sport. "Kick Off” follows people in three projects supported by Germany. Manila, Addis Ababa and Leipzig - three people, three continents, three lives. In the Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” we show how football brings people together across the globe.

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” English
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16:15
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Switzerland’s Disappearing Glaciers

English Switzerland's Disappearing Glaciers

Switzerland’s Disappearing Glaciers English
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English

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17:03
Treasures of the World

Heritage of Mankind

English Potosí - The Devil's Silver, Bolivia

Heritage of Mankind English
17:15
Close up

The Current Affairs Documentary

English Germany and the Sex Trade

The Current Affairs Documentary English
17:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Hands on the wheel: why phoning while driving can be fatal. Web crime: how to recognize fraudulent online apartment ads. And our Exit: a stroll through the history of video games.

Living in the Digital Age English
18:00
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English

News English
18:03
Kick off!

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport”

English There are more than 7,000 languages around the world. But one language is universal: sport. "Kick Off” follows people in three projects supported by Germany. Manila, Addis Ababa and Leipzig - three people, three continents, three lives. In the Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” we show how football brings people together across the globe.

Kick Off Special "The World Speaks Sport” English
18:30
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: German-Latvian piano maker David Klavins' dream is to break his own record and build the world's biggest piano. Also: for centuries, artists have been inspired by the Strasbourg cathedral in Alsace, France. And, Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and his successful crime novels.

Lifestyle Europe English
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19:30
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A Long Way Home - Part 2

English A Long Way Home - Part 2 - Arrival in Berlin

A Long Way Home - Part 2 English
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20:03
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20:15
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Switzerland’s Disappearing Glaciers

English Switzerland's Disappearing Glaciers

Switzerland’s Disappearing Glaciers English
21:00
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English

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21:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English In this edition: German-Latvian piano maker David Klavins' dream is to break his own record and build the world's biggest piano. Also: for centuries, artists have been inspired by the Strasbourg cathedral in Alsace, France. And, Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and his successful crime novels.

Lifestyle Europe English
21:30
Made in Germany

The Business Magazine

English Europe is in mourning after the plane crash in the French Alps. The sadness is mixed with anger and calls for consequences. Germanwings’ parent company, Lufthansa, is under pressure. Made in Germany takes a look at the tragedy, and asks about the airline’s future.

The Business Magazine English
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22:15
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Over 50 and on the Scrapheap?

English Over 50 and on the Scrapheap?

Over 50 and on the Scrapheap? English
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23:15
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Switzerland’s Disappearing Glaciers

English Switzerland's Disappearing Glaciers

Switzerland’s Disappearing Glaciers English