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Pantha du Prince
Nuits Sonores 2021
The German producer unveils his Conference of Trees album at the Nuits Sonores electronic music festival in Lyon.
Japan, The Aging Nation
Japan's oldest para-athlete, the 71-year-old wheelchair table tennis player Kimie Bessho, know what it's like to be discriminated against, but hasn't let that stop her
After four years of waiting London Grammar have finally released a new album. To celebrate ,the British trio are invited onto the Ground Control set to perform.
The Beauty of Bungalows
In the US and Germany, bungalows are a bourgeois luxury: a single-storey villa with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking nature
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Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro
Aix-en-Provence Festival 2021
Mozart’s opera – directed by Lotte de Beer – opens the festivities of the Aix-en-Provence opera festival.
The New World of Xi Jinping
A portrait of the Chinese president giving an unprecedented insight into his politics and how Xi Jinping's personal journey has shaped him as he steers China towards world domination.
Watani: My Homeland
Watani - My Homeland is the story of one family's struggle to survive the Syrian Civil War.
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.
DJ Punk - The Photographer Daniel Josefsohn
Nobody captured the atmosphere of 1990s Berlin better than than German photographer Daniel Josefsohn.
The history of colonisation from the viewpoint of oppressed peoples. From India to Kenya, the Congo to Brunei, the European powers committed atrocities and local people fought back.