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日期及時間: 逢星期三 11:15pm
Award winner, funny and direct – without any frivolity, the lively North German singer and cabaret artist, Ina Müller interviews her guests in Hamburg's oldest harbor pub "Schellfischposten". Anyone who accepts her invitation to slobber and singing knows what they are getting themselves into. A shanty choir loudly quits every gag with a "funny, funny!" - to the delight of the 14-member audience. This late-night talk already creamed off big TV prizes. Ina's Night – starting 1st August on DW.
日期及時間: 8月5日 (星期日) 3:30am
Low­cost attractive housing for the masses – this is just one of the founding concepts of the Bauhaus, one of the most influential schools of architecture and design in the 20th century. Established in Weimar in 1919, the Bauhaus really made its mark in Dessau, the city with the highest concentration of such buildings in Germany.
Check-in presenter Nicole Frölich goes there to visit the Masters’ Houses and the Törten Estate, dines in the Kornhaus restaurant on the banks of the Elbe and spends the night in the Bauhaus Studio Building, once a student hall of residence. The ideal way to get in the mood for next year’s big centenary, celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus.
日期及時間: 8月6日 (星期一) 12:15am
Iran has recently found itself again center stage, but for years the country was relatively isolated from the rest of the world. Although Tehran agreed to rein in its nuclear program in 2015, the country has proven anything but reluctant when it comes to playing a role in conflicts from Syria to Yemen. This risks provoking arch enemies such as Israel, Saudi Arabia and the US. In May this year, US President Donald Trump unilaterally tore up the Iran nuclear deal. The documentary film Iran – Vom Gottesstaat zur Großmacht? explains how Tehran has consolidated its military and political position in the Middle East, the renaissance of Islamism and the fight against terrorists.
日期及時間: 8月10日 (星期五) 12:15am
It is 1985, and US national Louis Sarno hears some music on the radio that he simply couldn’t forget. An academic at the time, Louis follows the mysterious sounds to the heart of the Central African rain forest. He traces the source to the Bayaka pygmy tribe – and remains with them in the forest for decades.
Louis falls in love with a Bayaka woman, and together they raise a son named Same­ di. Unsure whether Samedi will make it past infancy, Louis makes him a promise: “If you survive, one day I’ll show you the world where I come from.” When Samedi is 13, the two undertake their first journey to New York City. Here, they meet family members and old friends. The documentary film Song from the Forest tells the moving story of an extra­ ordinary man. A modern epic set among jungles both virgin and concrete.
日期及時間: 8月21日 (星期二) 7:00am
They come from France and have already captivated audiences all over the world – huge mechanical marionettes created by the street theater group “Royal de Luxe.” For three days, they’ll be appearing on the streets of the Dutch town of Leeuwarden. The city in Friesland is one of two European capitals of culture this year.
The motto for the year of culture in Leeuwarden­Friesland is “Iepen mienskip,” Friesian for “open community.” There are plans to hold around 300 events – not just in historic Leeuwarden, a town with a population of some 100,000, but across the entire region. The flat landscape beneath a dramatic, deep sky with many canals, picturesque villages, dykes and the Wadden Sea should serve as a spectacular stage.
Thousands of people are taking part in the program. Organizers in Leeuwarden are expecting four million visitors. The huge marionettes will be roaming around Friesland from 17 to 19 August – even dining and spending the night there! Euromaxx will also be on hand to capture the stunning images.
日期及時間: 8月27日 (星期一) 12:15am
A lucrative business for some; and a lethal risk for others – electronic waste. Many people regularly exchange and scrap their old computers, mobile phones and televisions. The waste products of our modern communication­driven society contain sought­after ma­ terials such as cobalt and copper. These are often recycled by the poorest of the poor on huge landfill sites in Africa. In Ghana, for example, workers have found a way to extract valuable materials from electronic waste on open fires, with no protective clothing or face masks. Inhaling these toxic fumes often causes illness and even death. The documentary film E-Life – Die Gefahren des Elektro- schrotts analyzes the impact of e­waste on humans and environment – in the US, Britain, the Netherlands and Ghana. The film also shows how this scrap can be reduced and safely recycled.
日期及時間: 8月25日 (星期六) 7:30am
Sometimes, the craving for something sweet can be overpowering – and a can of coke or
a bar of chocolate simply hits the spot. Sugar activates the brain’s reward center triggering a burst of endorphins. The food industry exploits this. Nowadays, almost all processed foods contain sugar. As a result, global sugar consumption has been rising steadily for decades. Obesity and diabetes are among the many consequences. Researchers now suspect that sugar may contribute to the incidence of diseases such as cancer and fatty liver. The World Health Organization has halved its sugar intake recommendations. Mexico and Britain have now imposed a tax on soda. But the European Union has removed its quotas on the controversial cereal­based sweetener isoglucose. How much sugar is healthy? Answers to these and other questions from Dr. Carsten Lekutat in In Good Shape.

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