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  • Watch: Indonesia's oldest botanical garden (ARTE)

    Watch: Indonesia's oldest botanical garden (ARTE)

    Located on the island of Java, the botanical garden of Bogor is the oldest in Indonesia. Created at the beginning of the 19th century by the Dutch, who controlled the archipelago, it hosts the presidential palace and shelters a tropical rainforest.  

  • Watch: A breathlessly beautiful Japanese garden (ARTE)

    Watch: A breathlessly beautiful Japanese garden  (ARTE)

      Jean-Philippe Teyssier, landscape architect, continues his tour of the world's most beautiful gardens. The huge Kenroku-en Garden, located in the Japanese city of Kanazawa, combines ponds, waterfalls, waterfalls, over 8,000 trees and 180 species...

  • Watch: Macy Gray at La Cigale (ARTE)

    Watch: Macy Gray at La Cigale (ARTE)

      Macy Gray, surrounded by 12 musicians, presents Stripped, her latest album. Faithful to the spirit of this opus published last year, she embraces jazzy arrangements and velvet vocals.   

  • Watch: Siberia: Healthcare on the Rails

    Watch: Siberia: Healthcare on the Rails

      Since 2009, five trains of the RZD - the Russian railway - travel through Siberia and the Russian Far East to provide medical care in isolated villages. For these remote regions, striken by the rural exodus, the railway is the only link with the...

  • Watch: Musical roadtrip across the USA - New York (ARTE)

    Watch: Musical roadtrip across the USA - New York (ARTE)

       In 10 episodes, Music on the Road roadtrips across the United States to explore America's music scene. From the Colombian coast to the East River in Brooklyn, Elkin Pautt and his group Delsonido are playing cumbia to the sound of dub step. A...

  • Watch: Wim Winders on winning the Palme d'or (ARTE)

    Watch: Wim Winders on winning the Palme d'or (ARTE)

      German filmmaker Wim Wenders won the Palme d'or for Paris, Texas in 1984. He describes that it was like to win.

  • Watch: Bali's floating garden (ARTE)

    Watch: Bali's floating garden (ARTE)

        The floating gardens of Taman Ujung are the work of Anak Agung Anglurah, the last king of Karangasem, in the eastern Indonesian island of Bali. Discover a stunning landscape imbued with spiritual meaning.

  • Watch: A gut feeling about depression (ARTE)

    Watch: A gut feeling about depression (ARTE)

      The intestine plays a key advisory role for our brain. It acts as a weathervane for our mood and psychological state. Giulia Enders, author of the Discrete Charm of the Gut, explains how intestinal dysfunction can increase the risk of depression...

  • Watch: Fighting racism without using its weapons (ARTE)

    Watch: Fighting racism without using its weapons (ARTE)

      How can we fight racism without borrowing its weapons? Raphaël Enthoven speaks with Magali Bessone, philosopher and author of Race, Racism, Discrimination, and Nacira Guénif-Souilamas, sociologist and anthropologist, and a member of an...

  • Watch: The Battle of the Operas in Malta (ARTE)

    Watch: The Battle of the Operas in Malta (ARTE)

    Gozo has barely 30,000 inhabitants. But it has two opera houses... on the same street. Their rivalry is legendary. Watch ARTE TV's ode to a communal passion for music.

  • Watch: Austin, US - Anti-Trump bastion (ARTE)

    Watch: Austin, US - Anti-Trump bastion (ARTE)

    Since Donald Trump's inauguration, pockets of resistance are being organised throughout the United States in "sanctuary" cities. Austin, Texas, is one of them. Renowned for its open-mindedness despite being the capital of a very conservative...

  • Watch: Iraq - the war of fire (ARTE)

    Watch: Iraq - the war of fire (ARTE)

    Oil wells were set on fire by jihadists in the Islamic state to slow down the advance of Iraqi forces during the Battle of Mosul. Though the battle was won, only 10 wells could be totally extinguished. Iraqi firefighters fight daily to control the...

  • Watch: Greece's Chios, an island under pressure (ARTE)

    Watch: Greece's Chios, an island under pressure (ARTE)

      On March 20, 2016, the agreement between the European Union and Turkey entered into force. Overnight, the island of Chios transformed from a transit zone into a vast refugee camp. Refugees are no longer allowed to leave the island. But social...

  • Watch: Crank up that Bollywood music (ARTE)

    Watch: Crank up that Bollywood music (ARTE)

      Clashers, from the Indian community in Trinidad, compete to play the loudest and best of Bollywood music to impress judges and win trophies. Here, sound clashing is an institution. So crank it up!

  • Watch: A different take on a classical Bach piece

    Watch: A different take on a classical Bach piece

      Pianist Alexandre Tharaud records a monumental work for Erato Records: Bach's Goldberg Variations. With director Stéphan Aubé, he offers a renewed take on this legendary piece.

  • Watch: Let's swing - Part 3 (ARTE)

    Watch: Let's swing - Part 3 (ARTE)

      A tap dancer since the age of five, Julien Vardon does his own choreography.

  • Watch: The moment before: Léa Seydoux (ARTE)

    Watch: The moment before: Léa Seydoux (ARTE)

      During the Cannes Film Festival, great figures of cinema recount their memories of one of the most important moments of their lives. Today: the actress Léa Seydoux, who won the 2013 Palme d'Or for Blue Is the Warmest Colour, along with director...

  • Watch: The Pompeii of Japan (ARTE)

    Watch: The Pompeii of Japan (ARTE)

    In western Japan, in Ichijodani, a medieval town abandoned 400 years ago was found under rice fields. Archaeologists have discovered a 16th century time capsule: a city with its streets, houses and palace. The Belgian archaeologist Peter Eeckhout...

  • Watch: Agnes Obel's enchanting ballads

    Watch: Agnes Obel's enchanting ballads

    In the exceptional setting of the Collège des Bernardins in Paris, Agnes Obel presents her third album, Citizen of Glass, with enchanting ballads full of poetry and rhythm.

  • Watch: The small town lost in the heart of the Ethiopian mountains (ARTE)

    Watch: The small town lost in the heart of the Ethiopian mountains (ARTE)

    For more than eight centuries, Lalibela, a small town lost in the heart of the Ethiopian mountains, has attracted tens of thousands of Orthodox pilgrims gathering in one of the twelve churches dug in the rock. Archaeologists have decided to shed...

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