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Arts 21 TV Show

 

Arts 21
Fridays at 5PM

Arts.21 is a weekly cultural magazine show from Germany which presents the creative minds, traces the new ideas, explains the great debates and follows the biggest events of the season.

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Paul McCartney

 

Paul McCartney Really is Dead
Tuesday, 2nd at 9:00AM & 9:00PM,Thursday 18th at 8.30pm, Friday 19th at 8:30AM & 8:30PM 

The intention of this documentary is to propound a theory of government involvement in the Paul McCartney death hoax. If you are new to the McCartney rumours, this has some basic information. More fiction than fact? You decide..

 

Discover Germany TV Show

Discover Germany
Saturdays at 5PM

Discover Germany, the TV Travel Guide, takes you to Germany’s most beautiful destinations every week. From Sylt to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, from Aachen to Zittau – each edition presents a particular region, city and landscape.

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 Hollywood singing and dancing

Hollywood Singing and Dancing:
Golden Age: Saturday, 6th &13th,September at 6:30PM & Sunday 7th,14th at 6:30PM & 12:30PM
Post War: Saturday, 20, 21 & 28th September at 6:30AM & 12:30PM 


This program rediscovers the golden age of movies through revealing interviews and dozens of clips. We relive the stir caused by pin-ups girls Betty Grable & Rita Hayworth, the musical acts of Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby and more.

This program explores how the post-war years were alive with bold experimentation in musical film. Later in the decade, Rock & Roll became the musical choice of the younger generation and movie musicals followed suit.

 Euromaxx TV Show

 

Euromaxx
Daily at 6PM

In this show: Designer Fausto Puglisi, Hercule Poirot is back on the trail, German photographer Thomas Hoepker, the spectacular chandeliers from the German company Windfall Lighting, and we visit the serene setting in and around Oulu, Finland.

 

 

 

Architecture Collection

 

Architecture Collection
Saturdays and Sundays at 5:30PM

This documentary series charts the most amazing architectural creations of the 19th and 20th centuries. The curving lines of architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s legendary Johnson Building were ground-breaking.

World Stories TV Show  

World Stories
Fridays at 7:30PM

In this weeks episode: we see how upgrading old mills is benefiting rural communities in Nepal. We tour a country estate near Moscow that was home to writer Anton Chekhov. We see how a skin disease is threatening Syrian refugees in Lebanon and how rising sea levels are threatening the Solomon Islands. And in Mexico we meet indigenous women who have relocated to the big cities in search of a better life.

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In Focus

 

 

Many variations

Hermann Hesse, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946, is the most widely-read German-language author of all time with a circulation of some 100 million books.