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The Vagabonds of the Carpathians
Meet the aging hippies who embrace a simple life in the Carpathians, on the shores of Lake Solina
Thailand: No More Tourists
Thailand's borders are effectively closed and arrivals must spend two weeks in quarantine. This means that tourists are not coming and life is hard for local people reliant on visitor trade.
Mexico: The Feminist Revolution
These women are violent, loud and aggressive. They aren't asking for equality; they're taking it
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
A Controversial Genius
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner developed a spontaneous and fresh artistic style that scandalised the establishment of his day. A portrait of a highly talented yet controversial painter.
The Goering Collection
Hitler’s right-hand man amassed a collection of more than 5,000 art works, all meticulously detailed in his own catalogue. But how did Goering get his hands on them?
L'Impératrice at the Paris Grand Palais
L’Impératrice bring a touch of French chic to their unique brand of electro with their new album Tako Tsubo delivering a host of danceable tunes to the cathedral-like space of the Grand Palais.
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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.
Rubens - A Life in Europe
Artist, humanist, diplomat, a portrait of a key figure of European Baroque art.
The Power of Touch
Humans are social animals and we need physical contact. How does the absence of touch, affect us?
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.
Need a Hug?
The pandemic has provided us with a painful reminder of how important physical contact is for our mental well-being.