On today's edition of euromaxx: Lewis Hamilton versus Nico Rosberg, a friendly Formula One rivalry amongst Mercedes teammates. Bob Geldorf has once again brought together fellow musicians to help with his latest Band Aid project. They want to support the fight against Ebola. And: German cork model artist Dieter Cöllen has revived a craft that had long been forgotten.
On this edition, we head to the Philippines to find out how a culture of migration is affecting communities there. In Brazil we learn about how technology is transforming classrooms and we visit the coastal town of Ghar El Melh in northern Tunisia. We accompany a Bosnian boy as his birthday wish comes true and we meet two entrepreneurs who are recycling taxi seat covers to create designer bags.
Herbert Grönemeyer is one of Germany's best known musicians. He’s now out with his fourteenth studio album - and PopXport takes a look. We also meet Rammstein guitarist Richard Kruspe, who’s launching a new album under his own outfit. And we bring you tunes from Adel Tawil, Sasha, and Andreas Bourani.
An estimated 50 million people or more are displaced worldwide. We're devoting an entire episode of Global 3000 to refugees: What are the reasons they leave their homes? What dangers do they face? Where do they hope to find a new home? And how many - or few - eventually succeed? Find out on the next edition of Global 3000.
On this edition, we find out about a vocational college that's giving lectures in a home for asylum seekers, meet a graffiti artist who's published a handbook for aspiring spray painters and return to the 1980s, when the Opel Manta became the butt of jokes across West Germany.