Europe in all its diversity and fascination – that's what Euromaxx brings to the screen. Once a week, DW's magazine offers its international viewers absorbing insights into European culture and lifestyle.
DW's Eco Africa showcases innovative concepts and best practice projects from Africa and Europe and presents environment and climate change ideas that inspire others to get on board or start something of their own.
Every Thursday, a new episode of Living Planet brings you environment stories from around the world, digging deeper into topics that touch our lives every day. The prize-winning, weekly half-hour radio magazine and podcast is produced by Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster - visit dw.com/environment for more.
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Can I use blockchain technology? Will artificial intelligence take over my career? What exactly is "Machine Learning"? These are some of the questions „SHIFT – Living in the Digital Age“ tries to answer.
German for advanced learners: Relationship crises, visits to the dentist, roommates and supermarkets -- the "Wieso nicht?" audio features will take you straight to the heart of real life. This language course expands on an existing knowledge of German.
What people build on, what gives them support and the values they hold: For many, that is a question of faith. Every first Sunday of the month DW's monthly feature on religion gives insights into matters of faith.
On the Green Fence lives up to its name in looking at complex, often divisive environmental issues from multiple angles. It’s not about greenism, but about delving into the major concerns of our time in an engaging and human way. DW reporter Neil King sits on the fence and explores the role business, society and science play in our transition to a more environmentally friendly world. In so doing, he aims to make sense of issues that affect us all, but which are often over-simplified or convo ...
Arts Unveiled dives deep into the international creative scene, uncovering new ideas and explaining cultural phenomena that shape our history, present and future. Who are the artists? What are their greatest works of art? And how are they having an impact? Where can we find their exciting projects?
Aachen, Hotel Europa. Dort arbeitet Andreas, um sein Journalistikstudium finanzieren zu können. Richtig aufregend wird es, als der berühmte Musiker aus Raum zehn plötzlich verschwindet. Wichtige Grammatik: Verb-konjugation, Pronomina, einfache Fragen, der Akkusativ.
Paula und Philipp recherchieren mysteriöse Fälle. Folgen Sie den Redakteuren von Radio D quer durch Deutschland und lernen Sie dabei die deutsche Sprache! Dieser Kurs trainiert in besonderer Weise das Hörverstehen.
"Life is too short to be sad!" That's Licia Fertz's maxim. Italy's oldest influencer has collected over 220,000 followers on Instagram. She's having the time of her life with her new social media presence.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Trans people in Pakistan often face rejection from their families and extreme poverty. Some of them resort to begging to survive and rely on trans protection centers for refuge and community.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Sometimes the most interesting research isn't about us, but about the creatures we share this planet with. This episode is dedicated to them — and to the fascinating (and sometimes comical) ways homo sapiens try to understand them.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Architect Lesley Lokko is a Black woman working in a field dominated by white men. But she hasn’t let that hold her back, and she’s now curator at the Venice Architecture Biennale, focusing on Africa and ecology.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Alina is being raised by two foster mothers. She now wants to adopt their surname as a sign that she belongs to the family. At the same time she seeks contact with her birth father. Neither task is simple.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
You, the person reading this, say about 1,000 unique words every day. Our closest primate relatives? Far fewer. To learn more, researchers went to the Ugandan jungle — and pranked the living daylights out of them.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
The human brain is much more energy-efficient than current AI systems. Australian startup Cortical Labs hopes its biological chips made with human neurons will be a game changer.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Following the devastating floods in northern Italy, criticism of authorities has grown louder. Some say years of unchecked construction sealed areas that were already prone to flooding, making the region even more vulnerable.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
AI is modeled on the human brain. To copy the brain's functions, an Australian startup has grown human brain cells on electrodes in a petri dish. This means the new chip is, in a sense, alive.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
So far, brain-computer interfaces have been tested mainly for people with disabilities. But tech companies are already dreaming up brain implants that could be used in a variety of fields.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
A brain-computer interface developed by Australian startup Synchron allows a person to send an email with their thoughts alone. It's given patients with advanced neurological diseases like ALS a new way to communicate.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
A paralyzed man can walk again after an experimental operation performed by neurosurgeons in Switzerland. Thanks to brain implants, AI, and electrodes in his spinal cord, the patient can now move his legs again.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
Global plastics production has doubled over the past two decades. Despite rising consumer awareness, there is more single-use plastic waste than ever before. Pollutive plastic waste is set to triple by 2060. Microplastics are in our food and water and even entering our bodies. How did we get here and what can we do about it? This series launches on…
BRICS Foreign Ministers meet in Capetwon South Africa ahead of the BRICS summit in August +++Fuel subsidy in Nigeria+++ Separatists roadblocks frustrates harvest season+++ShowbizBy DW.COM | Deutsche Welle