Deutsche Welle Episodes
Ghana is the world's second largest cocoa exporter. But production has declined due to crop disease and extreme dry weather. An organization from the Netherlands is helping farmers to replace their old cocoa trees.
Alienated by a radicalization of the "yellow vest" movement, one of its founders has hung up her own yellow vest and launched a political party instead. Jacline Mouraud says she wants to fight for social justice in France in a constructive way.
The art collections of Bavarian kings are featured at museums like the Alte and Neue Pinakothek. The Brandhorst Museum specializes in contemporary art. And car-lovers will certainly enjoy a visit to the BMW museum.
Nymphenburg once served as the summer residence of Bavarian kings, and is one of the largest palaces in Europe. The palace and the park that surrounds it are two of Munich's top tourist attractions.
Samah is a Syrian refugee, Klaus is a German pensioner. The two got married three years ago. But not everyone accepts their unusual relationship.
The snowboard Anna Gasser has twice been Austria's sportswoman of the year. She's made a name with spectacular jumps and was the first woman to do a Cab Triple Underflip 1260. She won gold at the 2018 Olympics.
The Berlin-based fashion label Brachmann makes clothes for men and women inspired by the Bauhaus aesthetic. It was set up Jennifer Brachmann who studied architecture and fashion.
Every year, the "Icehotel" has to be built again from fresh snow and ice. It's the oldest hotel of its kind in the world. Guests have been coming here since 1989 to spend a frosty night.
At Maguelone Vidal's dinners, musicians and chefs use conventional instruments and kitchen utensils to cook up a symphony. A wonderful experience that addresses all the senses of the diners.
The Women on View exhibition at Chaussee 36 in Berlin explores the aesthetics of desire in advertising over the past 80 years or so. It features works by Peter Lindbergh, Helmut Newton, Herb Ritts and Ellen von Unwerth.
For centuries the Mixtec community in the state of Oaxaca has been farming agave plants. They now want to share their traditions with outsiders. The farmers have the support of Rutopia, a startup from Mexico City that promotes rural eco-tourism.
The history of science is usually portrayed as the history of male scientists. But women have also played crucial roles in science. We travel in time, from the world's first chemist more than 3,000 years ago to a 2018 physics Nobel laureate.