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  • 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?

  • Watch: Tim Mead sings in Paris (ARTE)

    Watch: Tim Mead sings in Paris (ARTE)

    British counter-tenor Tim Mead interprets two of Vivaldi’s sacred masterpieces, his ‘Stabat Mater’ and ‘Nisi Dominus’ in the dazzling surroundings of the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris.

  • Watch: Terrorism in The Philippines (ARTE)

    Watch: Terrorism in The Philippines (ARTE)

    The Philippines faces many threats, internally from terrorist groups in its Southern province and externally from China’s claims on the South China Sea

  • Watch: A cure for back pain? (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?

  • Watch: Italy's lost youth (ARTE)

    Youth unemployment in Italy stands at 35 per cent. With low salaries and few opportunities, young Italians are moving to Northern Europe to find work. Serena Caterino is moving to Germany to work as a nurse.

  • Watch: Defying democracy in Germany (ARTE)

    The 15,000 and growing 'Reich Citizens' ignore federal laws, use alternative currency and view the Federal Republic as an occupying regime set up by the Allies in the aftermath of the Second World War. A focus on groups that defy democracy in...

  • Watch: Kashgar, journey on the Silk Road (ARTE)

    Alfred de Montesquiou continues his journey along the silk road finally reaching the Western edge of China. In the city of Kashgar he meets the Uyghur ethnic group.

  • Watch: Atzeki at the Inrocks festival (ARTE)

    Watch: Atzeki at the Inrocks festival (ARTE)

    Otzeki are cousins Joel and Mike. They create what they call “electronic dance rock”, a blues infused dance style, captivating on their studio recordings and explosive in live performance.

  • Watch: Nearly 50% of Europeans short-sighted (ARTE)

    Watch: Nearly 50% of Europeans short-sighted (ARTE)

    More of us are becoming short-sighted with myopia affecting nearly 50% of young Europeans. But what is the cause of this epidemic? And what can be done about it?

  • Watch: The Mozart Session (ARTE)

    Watch: The Mozart Session (ARTE)

    Soprano Anna Prohaska, clarinettist Andreas Ottensamer and the pianist Caspar Frantz come together to discuss and perform Mozart. In an intimate setting, the three musicians, accompanied by the Potsdam Kammerakademie, demonstrate the range of...

  • Watch: Bosnia: tackling the radical (ARTE)

    Watch: Bosnia: tackling the radical (ARTE)

    Social worker Vahidin Omanovic has been fighting against extremism for 13 years. He used tackle extreme nationalism, today religious extremism is more common.

  • Watch: Amadeo Modigliani (ARTE)

    Watch: Amadeo Modigliani (ARTE)

    A major early 20th century painter and sculptor, Modigliani made his name from portraits which according to his models laid bare their souls. His seductive female nudes are equally celebrated today.

  • Watch: The rise of Graffiti (ARTE)

    Watch: The rise of Graffiti (ARTE)

    At the very beginning of the 1980s the graffiti movement is growing. An important factor in its expansion was the underground film Wild Style! (1982). We meet its director, Charlie Ahearn and discover the role that German television played in...

  • Watch: Who's Afraid of AI? (ARTE)

    Watch: Who's Afraid of AI? (ARTE)

    Two opposing views on artificial intelligence: British filmmaker Oscar Sharp embraces the creative opportunities that AI represents whereas Cedric Sauviat, founder of the warns that it is a greater threat to humanity than the atomic bomb.

  • Watch: Ella Fitzgerald performs (ARTE)

    Watch: Ella Fitzgerald performs (ARTE)

    Ella Fitzgerald once again proved her formidable talent performing at the prestigious Swiss Jazz festival of 1975, accompanied by the Tommy Flanagan Trio.