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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.
After Fukushima: A Telephone to the Afterlife
The Iwate region of Japan was devastated by the 2011 Tsunami with coastal towns swamped. One man has built a phone box in his garden where people can come to talk to their lost loved ones.
Travel & Adventure
Summer in the Finnish Lake District
A trip to the Finnish lake district, this pristine wilderness of clear waters, deep forests and wide open skies.
Low Tech on the High Seas
Corentin de Chartelperron and his crew take to the high seas on a catamaran. Their objective: to find ingenious low-tech solutions to the world’s problems.
Big Wave Surfing in Portugal
Nazaré in Portugal has become a mecca for extreme surfers who come to ride the world’s biggest waves which can reach heights of 30 meters.
The Cote Bleue by Train
The Cote Bleu is less well known than its grander neighbour the Cote d’Azur, but this stretch of the French Mediterranean coast is is no less beautiful.