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India: Drowned by the Second Wave
Imagine being told that your loved one only has five minutes of oxygen left, and all you can do is watch the minutes tick by
The Last Empress
Augusta-Victoria knew she had to marry well, but she had no idea that one day she would be an Empress
Street Art Silos in Australia
In the Australian state of Victoria artists have transformed huge grain silos into works of art bringing life and colour to small towns.
Our special selection of programmes not to miss.
The Genius of Gothic Art
Death and the devil, nudity and eroticism, horror in blazing colours , Gothic art cast a spell over people 500 years ago.
Re: Love Letters to Juliet
Shakespeare’s Rome and Juliet met their tragic end over 400 hundred years ago but the play still inspires the romantic to visit Verona or to send letters to Juliet.
Historians reveal the fascinating history of objects: Documents, materials, devices or clothes, everything has a tale to tell.
Tackling Taboos with Humour
Down with sexual diktats! Writers and broadcasters Ovidie and Sophie-Marie Larrouy examine prejudice and taboos around sex with humour and intelligence.
Greetings from Planet Smurf
The Smurfs were created by the Belgian cartoonist Peyo and are amongst Belgium’s most recognisable exports. From Brussels to Los Angeles via Dubai, a journey into the world of the famous little blue people.
The Godless West
A Film by Felix Tissi
A free reflection on European identity, in the first person, looking at its diversity of culture and the crises it has gone through.