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  • Watch: Housing shortage in Europe (ARTE)

    Watch: Housing shortage in Europe (ARTE)

    Cities all over Europe suffer from housing shortages which increases house prices and rents. What solutions can we find to tackle this central problem for city-living? Xenius goes in search of the homes of the future.

  • Watch: Who does the sea belong to? (ARTE)

    Watch: Who does the sea belong to? (ARTE)

    Does the Gulf of Piran belong to Slovenia or to Croatia? A 2017 EU tribunal sided with Ljubljana giving the Slovenes fishing rights over most of the bay. This decision was rejected by the Croatians who claim sovereignty over half of the disputed...

  • Watch: Are we prepared for catastrophe? (ARTE)

    Watch: Are we prepared for catastrophe? (ARTE)

    Survivalists or Preppers are people ready for imminent catastrophe: Be it terrorist attack, natural disaster or nuclear war, these men and women take practical measures to survive the future chaos that awaits us...  

  • Watch: The discovery of America (ARTE)

    Watch: The discovery of America (ARTE)

    The year 1492 marks the European discovery of America and the end of the medieval period. Although to truly understand this year we need to dig deeper…

  • Watch: The naked mole's quirks (ARTE)

    Watch: The naked mole's quirks (ARTE)

    Unique amongst mammals, as they live in colonies underground, the naked mole rat is of particular interest to science.

  • Watch: Endangered species in the North Pacific (ARTE)

    Watch: Endangered species in the North Pacific (ARTE)

    New Zealand, isolated in the Pacific Ocean, is an evolutionary laboratory with unique indigenous species. Once common, flightless birds such as the Kiwi are now critically endangered due to the introduction of European predators. Today the...

  • Watch: Ben Harper's latest album (ARTE)

    Watch: Ben Harper's latest album (ARTE)

    Ben Harper collaborates with Charles Musselwhite on his latest album, the blues-drenched ‘No Mercy In This Land’. This performance is live from the Paris venue, La Cigale.

  • Watch: Journeying through Central America (ARTE)

    Watch: Journeying through Central America (ARTE)

    Several times a year, Julio stops his day job and goes to the United States. He buys unwanted old cars there to drive back and sell in Guatemala for a profit. It is a long and dangerous journey through central America.

  • Watch: Regaining control from Daesh (ARTE)

    Watch: Regaining control from Daesh (ARTE)

    Marawi was the first city in South Asia to fall to Daesh. It took the Philippine army five months to regain control over the city in the bloodiest fighting the country has known since World war II.

  • Watch: The people of Cameroon (ARTE)

    Watch: The people of Cameroon (ARTE)

    In the Cameroonian forest international aid organisations such as WWF seem to prefer to protect animals rather than indigenous peoples.

  • Watch: Gender pay gap still a reality (ARTE)

    Watch: Gender pay gap still a reality (ARTE)

    Women are still disadvantaged in the workplace and earn on average less than men. A report on the situation in Iceland, the most gender-equal country in the world, and Germany which lags behind.

  • Watch: How can technology help human rights? (ARTE)

    Watch: How can technology help human rights? (ARTE)

    How does the latest technology help with prosecuting human rights violations? And how can we tell fact from fiction in the era of citizen journalism and fake news?

  • Watch: The fall of Angkor (ARTE)

    Watch: The fall of Angkor (ARTE)

    Angkor was the capital of the Khmer Empire which disappeared after six centuries of regional hegemony. After its rediscovery in the 19th Century by French colonists theories of its fall in 1431 have intrigued historians.

  • Watch: The cuisine of Ibiza (ARTE)

    Watch: The cuisine of Ibiza (ARTE)

    With its turquoise seas and breathtaking landscapes, Ibiza is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. But what about its cuisine?

  • Watch: The far right in France (ARTE)

    Watch: The far right in France (ARTE)

    Populist, conservative and reactionary: these are the words that Robert Ménard uses to describe his political views. Since he was elected mayor of the French town of Béziers 4 years ago with the support of the far right, Ménard has provoked,...

  • Watch: Genre-defining techno sets (ARTE)

    Watch: Genre-defining techno sets (ARTE)

    Resident DJ at Berghain, Ben Klock has contributed enormously to the music policy of the legendary Berlin club. His genre-defining techno sets have been wowing clubbers worldwide for over a decade.

  • Watch: Is free public transport the solution? (ARTE)

    Watch: Is free public transport the solution? (ARTE)

    All over Europe towns and cities are experimenting with free public transport for environmental and developmental reasons.

  • Watch: How we get our Internet connection (ARTE)

    Watch: How we get our Internet connection (ARTE)

    Over 400 submarine cables create an invisible network linking all the continents. Crucial to our connected age, 99% of internet traffic goes through the estimated 1.3 million kilometres of cables. This unnoticed infrastructure is highly important...

  • Watch: Strictly for horror fans (ARTE)

    Watch: Strictly for horror fans (ARTE)

    In the late 1990s J-Horror cinema brought scares to the screen in a thoroughly modern way.

  • Watch: Reducing food wastage (ARTE)

    Watch: Reducing food wastage (ARTE)

    In five years, Denmark has managed to reduce its food waste by 25%. Selina Juul is at the head of a dynamic citizen association that helped make the change. They show that personal initiative and responsible consumption can really make a difference.