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Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition, flyboards soar 10 meters above the surface of a Berlin lake. We also look at "Generation Y" in Germany, check out a former quarry that's becoming a nature attrraction, and meet two designers who create stuffed animals inspired by graffiti.

Window on Germany English
00:30
Kick off!

Special: No More Bundesliga?

English Dragoslav Stepanovic narrowly missed out on winning the Bundesliga title with Frankfurt in 1992. He has had many jobs since then, but is currently looking for a club. He wants to return for one more crack at the Bundesliga. It's the same story for many former coaches. Michael Lorkowski now trains young players, while Thomas Doll coaches Ferencváros of Hungary.

Special: No More Bundesliga? English
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01:30
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today in Euromaxx: Top-class DJs, imaginative stage design and a very special atmosphere - the Tomorrowland festival celebrates its tenth birthday. Also: Oldtimer fans turn out for the Classic Grand Prix at Silverstone. And Euromaxx visits Lucca in Tuscany.

Lifestyle Europe English
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Talking Germany

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer

English 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.

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer English
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03:03
Global 3000

The Globalization Program

English Superstition or envy is sometimes all it takes for a woman to be branded a witch in Ghana - and once accused many find herself forced to flee. The victims seek refuge from their accusers in remote villages known as 'witch camps'. Also in this edition, we show how the maps by cartographer Benjamin Hennig tell us about real life in a country, rather than its size or topography.

The Globalization Program English
03:30
Kick off!

Special: No More Bundesliga?

English Dragoslav Stepanovic narrowly missed out on winning the Bundesliga title with Frankfurt in 1992. He has had many jobs since then, but is currently looking for a club. He wants to return for one more crack at the Bundesliga. It's the same story for many former coaches. Michael Lorkowski now trains young players, while Thomas Doll coaches Ferencváros of Hungary.

Special: No More Bundesliga? English
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04:15
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Lifelines

English Lifelines - The Pleasure of Being Different

Lifelines English
05:00
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05:03
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05:15
Talking Germany

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer

English 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.

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer English
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06:15
Close up

The Current Affairs Documentary

English Brutal Business - The Murky World of Child Pornography

The Current Affairs Documentary English
06:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Culinary pleasures: why South Koreans film themselves while eating. Medical data therapy: why doctors want to put the smartphones of depression-sufferers under observation. And in Exit: the adventures of an adamantium-clawed cat.

Living in the Digital Age English
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07:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today in Euromaxx: Top-class DJs, imaginative stage design and a very special atmosphere - the Tomorrowland festival celebrates its tenth birthday. Also: Oldtimer fans turn out for the Classic Grand Prix at Silverstone. And Euromaxx visits Lucca in Tuscany.

Lifestyle Europe English
07:30
PopXport

The German Music Magazine

English The electro act "Alle Farben" has been storming the charts this week. We'll take a look at the man behind it, and we'll also delve into the new metal group "The Ocean". As well as that, music from punk rock band "Beatsteaks", remix artist Robin Schulz, and German rockers: Revolverhead.

The German Music Magazine English
08:00
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08:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition, flyboards soar 10 meters above the surface of a Berlin lake. We also look at "Generation Y" in Germany, check out a former quarry that's becoming a nature attrraction, and meet two designers who create stuffed animals inspired by graffiti.

Window on Germany English
08:15
Talking Germany

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer

English 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.

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer English
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09:03
Kick off!

Special: No More Bundesliga?

English Dragoslav Stepanovic narrowly missed out on winning the Bundesliga title with Frankfurt in 1992. He has had many jobs since then, but is currently looking for a club. He wants to return for one more crack at the Bundesliga. It's the same story for many former coaches. Michael Lorkowski now trains young players, while Thomas Doll coaches Ferencváros of Hungary.

Special: No More Bundesliga? English
09:30
Global 3000

The Globalization Program

English Superstition or envy is sometimes all it takes for a woman to be branded a witch in Ghana - and once accused many find herself forced to flee. The victims seek refuge from their accusers in remote villages known as 'witch camps'. Also in this edition, we show how the maps by cartographer Benjamin Hennig tell us about real life in a country, rather than its size or topography.

The Globalization Program English
10:00
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10:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition, flyboards soar 10 meters above the surface of a Berlin lake. We also look at "Generation Y" in Germany, check out a former quarry that's becoming a nature attrraction, and meet two designers who create stuffed animals inspired by graffiti.

Window on Germany English
10:15
Documentaries and Reports

Lifelines

English Lifelines - The Pleasure of Being Different

Lifelines English
11:00
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11:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today in Euromaxx: Top-class DJs, imaginative stage design and a very special atmosphere - the Tomorrowland festival celebrates its tenth birthday. Also: Oldtimer fans turn out for the Classic Grand Prix at Silverstone. And Euromaxx visits Lucca in Tuscany.

Lifestyle Europe English
11:30
Kick off!

Special: No More Bundesliga?

English Dragoslav Stepanovic narrowly missed out on winning the Bundesliga title with Frankfurt in 1992. He has had many jobs since then, but is currently looking for a club. He wants to return for one more crack at the Bundesliga. It's the same story for many former coaches. Michael Lorkowski now trains young players, while Thomas Doll coaches Ferencváros of Hungary.

Special: No More Bundesliga? English
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12:15
Talking Germany

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer

English 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.

Alexandra Kalle, Fragrance Developer English
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13:03
Business Brief

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News English
13:15
Close up

The Current Affairs Documentary

English Brutal Business - The Murky World of Child Pornography

The Current Affairs Documentary English
13:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Culinary pleasures: why South Koreans film themselves while eating. Medical data therapy: why doctors want to put the smartphones of depression-sufferers under observation. And in Exit: the adventures of an adamantium-clawed cat.

Living in the Digital Age English
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14:30
Global 3000

The Globalization Program

English Superstition or envy is sometimes all it takes for a woman to be branded a witch in Ghana - and once accused many find herself forced to flee. The victims seek refuge from their accusers in remote villages known as 'witch camps'. Also in this edition, we show how the maps by cartographer Benjamin Hennig tell us about real life in a country, rather than its size or topography.

The Globalization Program English
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15:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today in Euromaxx: Top-class DJs, imaginative stage design and a very special atmosphere - the Tomorrowland festival celebrates its tenth birthday. Also: Oldtimer fans turn out for the Classic Grand Prix at Silverstone. And Euromaxx visits Lucca in Tuscany.

Lifestyle Europe English
15:30
Kick off!

Special: No More Bundesliga?

English Dragoslav Stepanovic narrowly missed out on winning the Bundesliga title with Frankfurt in 1992. He has had many jobs since then, but is currently looking for a club. He wants to return for one more crack at the Bundesliga. It's the same story for many former coaches. Michael Lorkowski now trains young players, while Thomas Doll coaches Ferencváros of Hungary.

Special: No More Bundesliga? English
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16:15
Agenda

Anti-Semitism Rising in Europe?

English In this edition: A new wave of anti-Semitism sparked by the conflict in Gaza, bungled executions in the United States and Ukraine's Prime Minister resigns in the midst of war.

Anti-Semitism Rising in Europe? English
17:00
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17:03
Germany Today

Window on Germany

English On this edition, flyboards soar 10 meters above the surface of a Berlin lake. We also look at "Generation Y" in Germany, check out a former quarry that's becoming a nature attrraction, and meet two designers who create stuffed animals inspired by graffiti.

Window on Germany English
17:15
Close up

The Current Affairs Documentary

English Brutal Business - The Murky World of Child Pornography

The Current Affairs Documentary English
17:45
Shift

Living in the Digital Age

English Culinary pleasures: why South Koreans film themselves while eating. Medical data therapy: why doctors want to put the smartphones of depression-sufferers under observation. And in Exit: the adventures of an adamantium-clawed cat.

Living in the Digital Age English
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18:03
Kick off!

Special: No More Bundesliga?

English Dragoslav Stepanovic narrowly missed out on winning the Bundesliga title with Frankfurt in 1992. He has had many jobs since then, but is currently looking for a club. He wants to return for one more crack at the Bundesliga. It's the same story for many former coaches. Michael Lorkowski now trains young players, while Thomas Doll coaches Ferencváros of Hungary.

Special: No More Bundesliga? English
18:30
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today in Euromaxx: Top-class DJs, imaginative stage design and a very special atmosphere - the Tomorrowland festival celebrates its tenth birthday. Also: Oldtimer fans turn out for the Classic Grand Prix at Silverstone. And Euromaxx visits Lucca in Tuscany.

Lifestyle Europe English
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19:30
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Hessians in Japan

English Hessians in Japan - Pedaling up Mount Fuji

Hessians in Japan English
20:00
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20:03
Business Brief

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20:15
Agenda

Anti-Semitism Rising in Europe?

English In this edition: A new wave of anti-Semitism sparked by the conflict in Gaza, bungled executions in the United States and Ukraine's Prime Minister resigns in the midst of war.

Anti-Semitism Rising in Europe? English
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21:03
Euromaxx

Lifestyle Europe

English Today in Euromaxx: Top-class DJs, imaginative stage design and a very special atmosphere - the Tomorrowland festival celebrates its tenth birthday. Also: Oldtimer fans turn out for the Classic Grand Prix at Silverstone. And Euromaxx visits Lucca in Tuscany.

Lifestyle Europe English
21:30
Made in Germany

The Business Magazine

English "Inventing is wonderful" said 94-year-old Artur Fischer when he recently received the European Inventor Award for lifetime achievement. And he can look back on a very productive life. Made in Germany profiles this successful entrepreneur. He has registered more than 1,100 patents, including the Fischer wall plug, which became a worldwide export hit.

The Business Magazine English
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22:15
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Germany’s Southwest

English Germany’s Southwest - A Recipe for Success - Part 3

Germany’s Southwest English
23:00
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23:15
Agenda

Anti-Semitism Rising in Europe?

English In this edition: A new wave of anti-Semitism sparked by the conflict in Gaza, bungled executions in the United States and Ukraine's Prime Minister resigns in the midst of war.

Anti-Semitism Rising in Europe? English