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.
Kino asks: Is TV the new cinema? We also take a look at a remarkable film about how Germany dealt with its Nazi past in the courts. We talk to Wim Wenders about his new documentary. And we meet a young cinematographer on his way to bright career in Hollywood.
Online Clampdown: How the Turkish government is shutting down unwelcome websites; Looking for Love: How a Berlin platform is out to revolutionize digital dating. And on Exit: Platform games in Greece - two parkour runners over the roofs of Santorini.
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.