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  • Watch: Achieving affordable housing (ARTE)

    Watch: Achieving affordable housing (ARTE)

    With house prices forever rising, ARTE looks at new ways of providing affordable housing from tiny houses to floating student accommodation to communal living.

  • Watch: Recovering from Vietnam (ARTE)

    Watch: Recovering from Vietnam (ARTE)

    Cacao, a small village in the French Guianese jungle is inhabited by the Hmong people, refugees from the Vietnam War. 500 souls came here in 1977 and have since transformed the tropical forest into a heavenly garden.

  • Watch: Where prostitutes don't exist (ARTE)

    Watch: Where prostitutes don't exist (ARTE)

    The tragedy of Eva-Marree: Her children were taken from her because she was a prostitute and then she was killed by their father. In a convincing narrative, filmmaker Ovidie denounces the Swedish state’s abuse of power.

  • Watch: Fighting the obesity problem...and why the Maltese remain fattest in Europe (ARTE)

    Watch: Fighting the obesity problem...and why the Maltese remain fattest in Europe (ARTE)

    The positive and polemic news programme for Europe focuses on two subjects: Obesity and the EU-Canada CETA trade deal. The video places Malta right at the front of the obesity race. 

  • Watch: Opioid drugs biggest cause of death in US (ARTE)

    Watch: Opioid drugs biggest cause of death in US (ARTE)

    Opioid drugs are now the biggest cause of death for the under 50s in the US, ahead of traffic accidents and firearms. The highly addictive OxyContin, prescribed as a painkiller has led to addiction and contributed to the nation’s opioid epidemic.

  • Watch: The transport of the future (ARTE)

    Watch: The transport of the future (ARTE)

    How will we travel tomorrow? In Los Angeles the hyperloop project is researching high-speed rail modelled on pneumatic tube networks or will the driverless car be the next transport revolution?

  • Watch: Who defends Europe? (ARTE)

    Watch: Who defends Europe? (ARTE)

    For the last 67 years no EU member has declared war on another. However, international conflicts, terrorism, the refugee crisis and cyberwarfare threatens its stability. Does Europe want to build an independent defence force?

  • Watch: Return of the Plague (ARTE)

    Watch: Return of the Plague (ARTE)

    For the first time the plague has reached urban areas on the island including the capital Antananarivo and in its most contagious and deadly form. Left undiagnosed and untreated it can kill very quickly. The race is on to stop the spread of the...

  • Watch: The pleasures of the flesh (ARTE)

    Watch: The pleasures of the flesh (ARTE)

    A new wave of butchers is reviving the trade and making it attractive for the younger generation. With a concern for the provenance and quality of the meat and its preparation, the new butchers are taking Europe by storm.

  • Watch: Are Hospitals too Costly (ARTE)

    Watch:  Are Hospitals too Costly (ARTE)

    Europe’s positive and polemical news programme’s two subjects today are: Hospitals, are they too costly? An investigation into new approaches of saving money in healthcare, but will it work? And a focus on Portugal’s economic recovery with an...

  • Watch: Illegal mining in the Ukraine (ARTE)

    Watch: Illegal mining in the Ukraine (ARTE)

    "In north-west Ukraine, near the border with Belarus, there are significant amber deposits. Mining it is an obscure network of small-time criminals, corrupt officials and the mob who have taken over the region.  

  • Watch: Human organs donated on Facebook?

    Watch: Human organs donated on Facebook?

    Thousands of kidney patients across Europe desperately need a donor. In Holland many patients are now seeking their own donor through Facebook.

  • Watch: Back to Trump country (ARTE)

    Watch: Back to Trump country (ARTE)

    A year on from Donald Trump’s inauguration as president, ARTE Reportage returns to Upper Cumberland, Tennessee. In these rural white communities where poverty is widespread, many voted for Trump. Do they still support him?

  • Watch: Damien Rice in concert (ARTE)

    Watch: Damien Rice in concert (ARTE)

    The singer-songwriter gives an emotional performance for an intimate gathering in a Paris apartment, accompanied by the Cantus Domus choir

  • Watch: Is Electricity a Luxury? (ARTE)

    Watch: Is Electricity a Luxury? (ARTE)

    The positive and polemic European news programme's two subjects are: why is electricity so expensive? And what can European countries do to safeguard their flagship companies?

  • Watch: Eating Insects (ARTE)

    Watch: Eating Insects (ARTE)

    The United Nations holds that insects are a nutritious food source that could tackle food shortages around the world. Today 2 billion people on our planet regularly eat insects. With a German start-up in the process of creating a ‘bug-burger’,...

  • Watch: Tunisia's Rag Trade (ARTE)

    Westerners buy four times more clothes than 30 years ago which are often thrown away after a few months. Many are deposited in clothing containers on street corners. But what happens to these donations? The answer reveals a global trade in...

  • Watch: The Belly of Palermo (ARTE)

    Watch: The Belly of Palermo (ARTE)

    A five stop culinary tour around Europe’s celebrated markets. In this episode: Palermo’s Ballarò market’s varied street food as well as the recipe for “cassata”.

  • Watch: 30 years after Chernobyl (ARTE)

    Watch: 30 years after Chernobyl (ARTE)

    30 years after Chernobyl, radioactivity from the nuclear disaster is still detectable thousands of miles from the reactor. Xenius visits the areas of Southern Germany worst affected and tests the local food for radioactivity.

  • Watch: Fascinating Fasciae (ARTE)

    Watch: Fascinating Fasciae (ARTE)

    Fasciae, hidden connective tissues, are largely unstudied parts of our anatomy. What role do they play in the organism? And could a better understanding of them help in finding a cure for back pain?