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  • Watch: Travels through Norway (ARTE)

    Watch: Travels through Norway (ARTE)

    Photographer Florian Wagner travels through Norway, from the Oslo fjord to the island of Hvasser.

  • Watch: Fritz Haarmann, vampire (ARTE)

    Watch: Fritz Haarmann, vampire (ARTE)

    Hanover, 1924: playing near a river, children discover hundreds of human bones. All the evidence points to Fritz Haarmann.

  • Watch: The advancement of feminism (ARTE)

    Watch: The advancement of feminism (ARTE)

    Feminism of the 1960s-70s has advanced the cause of women, but has it also had perverse effects? According to essayist Laura Kipnis, true 'sexual paranoia' reigns on US  campuses. But digital consultant and blogger Anne Wizorek reminds us that we...

  • Watch: The World's End (ARTE)

    Watch: The World's End (ARTE)

    In the United States, the photographer Florian Wagner visits the Amish, an Anabaptist community from Alsace and southern Germany who emigrated to Pennsylvania in the 17th century to flee persecution.

  • Watch: The fashionista's must-have (ARTE)

    Watch: The fashionista's must-have (ARTE)

    What jacket are we sure to find in any fashionista's wardrobe around the world? Answer: the Perfecto. 90 years after its birth, it remains the world's most timeless jacket.

  • Watch: Anonymous (ARTE)

    Watch: Anonymous (ARTE)

    When the Anonymous mask started being used by the hacker group, everyone turned to the author of V for Vendetta, expecting him to be the leader and figurehead of the movement. But he has nothing to do with it, he says. On the other hand, he does...

  • Watch: Paradise lost (ARTE)

    Watch: Paradise lost (ARTE)

    Florian Wagner takes us to five magical regions that look like the end of the world. In this episode, he plunges into the heart of ancient Ceylon. Far from the palm trees, he sets off to discover an island with gentle hills covered with tea...

  • Watch: Why do we keep using coal? (ARTE)

    Watch: Why do we keep using coal? (ARTE)

    We know that coal is terrible for the environment. So why are we still using it?

  • Watch: Here come the zombies (ARTE)

    Watch: Here come the zombies (ARTE)

    The figure of the zombie has infected our perception of reality. The media are now aping the portrayal of zombies in films to depict marginalised social groups. Not a horde of zombies, but hordes of unwashed masses; the refugees; the hungry; the...

  • Watch: What to do with a problem like democracy?

    Watch: What to do with a problem like democracy?

    What has become of democratic ideals? Raphael Enthoven discusses the idea of democracy with Marcel Gauchet, philosopher and historian, and former minister Arnaud Montebourg.

  • Watch: Disobedience and democracy (ARTE)

    Watch: Disobedience and democracy (ARTE)

    Why do acts of disobedience multiply while we live in a democracy? Raphaël Enthoven debates the issue with Sandra Laugier, philosopher, and Nicole-Marie Meyer, who is passionate about the protection of whistleblowers.

  • Watch: The crime that repulsed the world (ARTE)

    Watch: The crime that repulsed the world (ARTE)

    On May 18, 1936, Abe Sada, a former geisha, killed her lover by "erotic asphyxiation", then sliced off his penis and carried it around with her for days afterwards. It was a crime that fascinated and repulsed the world over.

  • Watch: When crash survivors were forced to eat corpses (ARTE)

    Watch: When crash survivors were forced to eat corpses (ARTE)

    October 1972: A Uruguayan plane crashes into the Andes. Seventy two days days later, 16 survivors are found. Their incredible story of survival contains an unspeakable truth: they were forced to eat the corpses of their fellow crash victims.

  • Watch: Poverty in the richest country in Europe (ARTE)

    Watch: Poverty in the richest country in Europe (ARTE)

    Germany is presented as Europe's success story, and a role model to follow. But for many Germans, the reality is quite different. In Berlin, a third of children live in poverty. Twenty per cent of workers are stuck in low-paid jobs.

  • Watch: The airport of disillusion (ARTE)

    Watch: The airport of disillusion (ARTE)

    On the Athens seafront, the abandoned Hellinikon airport quietly rots away. It has been disused for more than fifteen years. At the end of 2015, the state used it to house thousands of refugees. But they are not the only inhabitants of the place.

  • Watch: Are human relationships becoming obsolete? (ARTE)

    Watch: Are human relationships becoming obsolete? (ARTE)

    Will human relationships become obsolete in the future, to be replaced by artificial intelligence and virtual reality? Today, researchers can simulate the presence of a loved one. In this episode, Helen Fares finds herself faced with the hologram...

  • Watch: Solving food shortages (ARTE)

    Watch: Solving food shortages (ARTE)

    Can urban agriculture solve food shortages? A look at the Netherlands, the cradle of high-tech urban agriculture. Next we discuss the issue of migrants. Are we doing enough? Jean-Paul talks to Damien Carême, Mayor of Grande-Synthe, who went...

  • Watch: FLYING CONCERTS WITH MORIARTY (ARTE)

    Watch: FLYING CONCERTS WITH MORIARTY (ARTE)

    For the past decade, this French-American band has been playing a haunting mix of folk blues and country music.

  • Watch: Free Catalunya? (ARTE)

    Watch: Free Catalunya? (ARTE)

    Teresa Forcades, a Benedictine nun, left her convent to fight for Catalonia's independence with her Proces Constituent movement. Her main opponent? The journalist Miriam Tey, vice-president Catalan Civil Society, an organisation that wants a...

  • Watch: A role model? (ARTE)

    Watch: A role model? (ARTE)

    Germany is presented as Europe's success story, and a role model to follow. But for many Germans, the reality is quite different. In Berlin, a third of children live in poverty. 20% of workers are stuck in low paid jobs.