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Brexit - Five Years On
It has been five years since Britain voted to leave the EU. But the consequences are still unclear. What will it mean for the UK? For Ireland? And for Europe?
Animals of the Metropolis
Berlin is teeming with wildlife that has adapted to life in the urban jungle
5G: Pros and Cons
Many areas won't have access to 5G as they've not been deemed profitable for operators
France's biggest metal festival is here with exclusive new concerts and gems from our archives.
Our special selection of programmes not to miss.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
A Controversial Genius
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner developed a spontaneous and fresh artistic style that scandalised the establishment of his day.
Online Abuse Against Women
This documentary focuses on women’s testimony from all walks of life who have been victim of online abuse and examines the harm this phenomenon does to them and to democratic debate.
Iraq: The Forbidden Frontier
Smugglers in Iraq who traffick TVs and other products into Iran risk death, prison, and torture
360° Geo - Mexico's Escaramuza Riders
Escaramuza is a discipline for women where teams of riders lead their horses in complex choreographies requiring great skill.
Has Streaming Saved the Music Industry?
Today the music industry is buoyant thanks to Spotify and other subscription streaming services. But there is a downside: Most artists earn very little of the billions generated by streaming.
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.
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.