ARTE, the European culture TV channel, free and on demand
Living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
ME/CFS – A Misunderstood Illness
An investigation into little understood illness focusing on the experiences of three individuals suffering from CFS: Ralf, Sonja and Aileen.
A Ballet by John Cranko
Stuttgart Ballet performs ‘Onegin’, John Cranko’s acclaimed 1965 choreography of Alexander Pushkin’s novel.
Discovering the Arabian peninsula in all its variety from glistening modern cities to the traditional way of life.
Incisive investigative documentaries and reportage
The New World of Xi Jinping
A portrait of the Chinese president giving an unprecedented insight into his politics and showing how Xi Jinping's personal journey has shaped his choices as he steers China towards world domination.
Lowriders of Los Angeles
Crazy about cars, these owners customise their vintage vehicles to look cool gliding along the Los Angeles boulevards.
Iraq - A Sovereign Country?
Mapping the World
Iraq in 2022: Will the emerging nation succeed in resisting influence from foreign powers, and from Iran in particular?
Re: New Beginning in Chernobyl
Vadum Minsyuk and Yuri Andreyev fled the war in eastern Ukraine to start a new life in the Chernobyl region. The dangers of radiation are better than the rockets of war for them.
Surrogate Mothers in Ukraine
For a decade now Ukrainian women have been paid to carry other people’s babies. For childless couples in Europe, these surrogate mothers represent their last hope for parenthood.
India: Covid Orphans
The second wave swept through India in Spring 2021 and is estimated to have left behind more than 100,000 orphans.
Re: Illegal Pesticides
As EU farmers reduce their use of pesticides to meet new regulations, an illicit trade in chemicals has sprung up