Rajacenna van Dam is an extraordinary artist with a rare talent: she's able to use both hands equally well to sketch different portraits at the same time.
Simon Berger uses a hammer and chisel to create pictures in panes of glass. It may look like vandalism up close, but from further away the portrait becomes visible.
Stefanie Hering has been creating gorgeous bespoke crockery since the early 1990s. She's really made a name for herself. And counts many top chefs and clients among her clients.
These are the best Broadway musicals based on a true story! Well, we don’t think they were singing through it in real life, but these musicals were based on true stories. For this list, we’ll be looking at Broadway musicals that are directly based...
For "Meggin's Perfect Weekend", reporter Meggin Leigh explores Europe's most exciting cities and provides personal travel tips. This time she's out and about in Berlin.
People from almost every nation on Earth live in the German capital. Deutsche Welle's book "Planet Berlin presents fifty of them. On Euromaxx, some tell us what brought them here -- like Saraa Bazarvaani from Mongolia.
The Dutch love their 'maatjes' and celebrate the start of the herring season each year with a big festival. It's held in Scheveningen, on the outskirts of The Hague.
International Yoga Day is on June 21 and was first celebrated in 2015. The goal of the annual event is to make yoga more widely known worldwide. The ancient Indian practice has proven health benefits for body and mind.
Scientists in Jordan have discovered that corals in the Gulf of Aqaba are resisting the rise in water temperatures.
Oceanographer and environmentalist, Jean-Michel Cousteau, paid his first visit to the United Arab Emirates as part of his educational conservation programme.
East-End butcher goes Meat Free 'Meaty' cuts, joints and strings of sausages are being made from the likes of mushroom, jackfruit and even pea protein. The Bethnal Green pop-up celebrates World Meat Free Week with cuts derived from 100% plant-ba...