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tom smart. she's long been a symbol of hope in syria trying to help people. are small i saw the she stands for change for the false facade of her husband's rule of town. she believes in projection that they are saving syria. the beautiful face of the dictatorship starting october first on w. higher on the it's a kind of a day again today on that means of course that we kick start this hour with the october fest. five generations of a very in family is
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a long tradition of the type of. bustling i had all of us village on their famous little come out. and singing family a musical father and his five talented don't tend to. one of the first things that as does half the day when they go to the first is get a it's served in the latest dine like this one that we have in our prize draw and each year there is a new designated festival really the shop in the family family is set up there for . one hundred fifty years ago and today they wrong one of the events launch a beer tents it's the place where the first keg is tapped every year failing thursday oh oh.
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the. you. was. here before that six thousand travelers passing. then the various specialities bras and then music and cheering crowds and that's what the shot in hama family's been providing for five generations you couldn't i they come together as a memoir is for a whole day and a night by spending a funny funny but it's something very special to have satisfied. so i guess it's. the continuity comes from the family never have been taking themselves too seriously while demanding a lot of themselves. down through the generations and i think it makes a difference. in the fourth. learn to do it right.
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yes. or no success story began with the first. eight hundred sixty seven for the one hundred fiftieth to believe their lives have been chronicled in a commemorative book. it runs to two hundred fifty pages. would you be as the writer of the october. and i always go to. history too and it was just so incredible to go into the story and. have it all to text design they tenses the eighteen hundreds they used to clients and he on among the odd job is growing in light bulbs was a young einstein. the director. put the documents compiled for the book into an exhibition. we tell every visitor who takes a tour with us a little something about the shot. in addition to this exhibition just because the
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tapping ceremony was invented here. the museum also shows old film snippets of the second shot in hama talking munich tapping the. after the opening procession in nine hundred fifty. that define it with them as friends with the mayor of their time. who is riding in the carriage with my grandfather. you know why don't you tap the first k. . now at that time tapping it was actually beneath the dignity of a man. but he was a social democrat and a man of the people so he stood there and tapped it. and ever since the mayor has tapped the first keg to mark the official start of an eighteen day party at the titties in visa and nobody here has as much experience of throwing a rousing party as the schottenheimer family. that is for. the
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format is really one of a kind as to where else gets so much togetherness says in a tent full of six thousand people and everyone is focused on the brass band and if it's you it's in. the music has an essential function at the test. and the band leader is like the ones who really get the party going. right about us. who else gets the chance to control six thousand five hundred people to get it is that a number isn't getting a good response here. you know you look down at a lot of young people like on weekends you can play something by ac d.c. or something about how great it is a crazy year yet it's so laid back here. that entertainment is better than you
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oh man. in the 1980's the bands here started playing other music besides its additional berry info that helped make the schottenheimer tent a favorite among the youngest sent. overseas you always have to stay right on top of the times and simultaneously keep the traditions on that soon to be developed or payment systems for patrons so they can pay over their cell phones because nowadays everybody has their cell phone along and it's on good. family wants to ensure that a beer in their tent remains a must for every october first go to. well if you want to get into the swing of things like os wherever you are in the world than you could when you'll solve these souvenir items head to our website and tell us what you would like to see written on your very own gingerbread hot at the end of the week we will pick one of your i
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don't want to view as a winner and have your text written on the heart send it to you along with the best stein and the t. shirt as well best of luck everyone it's time now for our express. this week artists from all over the world are showcasing their works at the london design festival four hundred fifty different events will be held over the city ranging from exhibitions to workshops innovation design and sustainability on major topic space here. at somerset house designers sebastian cox and in the ivanova showcasing furniture made from wood and fungus. prince's day was celebrated in the hague on tuesday. that's came vellum and
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examined and creamer eczema travelled in one of their splendid coaches to parliament. on the fair tuesday in september making traditionally gives a speech here from the throne and thereby opens the new parliamentary session afterwards the royals wave from the balcony of north and the palace. an exhibition in florence of renaissance masterpieces opens thursday over seventy paintings and sculptures will be on display yet but not so much trotsky the retrospective is called the cinquecento in florence from michelangelo in point or more to a jumbo loan and traces the development of mannerism the theatrical style characterizing later sixteenth century florence art. the exhibition runs until january twenty first twenty eighteen. the thing i love about europe
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so much is the quaint little places that you find hidden away from the world he taught and is one such it is found in the east of the netherlands and is considered the venice of the north that's because there are no cars there only boat bikes and a lot of bridges the villages himes just over two thousand five hundred people but it's become a popular tourist attraction and during the day there is a lot of traffic around both in and on the banks of the now. in the morning. it's like a village from another century. no traffic no noise but lots of water and small boats. return in the afternoon the tourists have come in droves on bike on foot and fill the town.
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one village two worlds how do they come together. martin for an elf lives and works in. his little bed and breakfast is a main port of call for passengers and crew. the last of past four years it's been pretty extreme ever since return appeared on the international monopoly game board and since bloggers started writing about just recently a guest said to me hey you're really famous in hong kong. one blogger here had eight thousand followers. daily life is a challenge everything from trash collection to deliveries has to be done on the water the venice of the netherlands is crowded boats can only go in one direction and it can try the patients of any skipper and when the fire department or the doctor has to get through it can get really tight. before. the reason i'm here to fire here we could only get there on the water. and raining so it wasn't
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a big problem. but when something like that happens when there are a lot of tourists around it can be hard for us to make it within the prescribed fifteen minute. life without roads it's a living for young. people spots in his workshop according to the historical he too and design and he doesn't mind if parts of the process are just as hard as they were a century ago. as resident. so we've got used to stocking up on supplies before it turns cold for instance. so we'll have everything we need for the winter and i think that's also got a certain charm if she shot him. people from all over the world are discovering that charm. works in my trying to put it very nice very night. in the evening around five pm even during peak season the tourists are gone again it's trying and the canals are
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back in local hands. from that quaint little village we head to a guy in italy well what was once again roger anyway that was until francesco check and i really got his hands on it and transformed it into a spacious botton but i was so impressed with the friend of a show that is the feature of our your report this week. from the outside this building doesn't look particularly special. so welcome to my house come follow me. francesco check out that he lives at the back where you'd usually expect to find the garage. here's my house. francesco shares this completely open plan apartment with his wife.
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the architect and his team came across the apartment in two thousand and twelve when it looked very different. it was a dilapidated garage used as a storage space. the space was a garage so was very sustainable economic terms and that we immediately see to put a piece of this to. impressive part and then we start to melding mixing it together to find their right to shooting for terms for this house. the first challenge was to open it up to daylight. the doors were replaced with french windows that open onto wood terrace. plants and greenery to blur the boundary between inside into. your view on to a park and to the sense of spaciousness there was no need join stoli heating system
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the pipes on the ceiling provide warmth from the apartment block we try to maintain . the astronauts was fearing the identity. open space as you can see and concentrating their main services in the middle of a black box. inside the black box is the bathroom and the turkish bath. it's a feature that gives the. room structure while replacing more. so have a thing in here as picks about geometry about alliance or faces volumes. black lines what's her face is black boxes all white boxes so we choose to put this big black box inside these i was in order to module eight there's hope and space or to modulate the flowing space from kitchen to leaving room to badger make such were.
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the bedroom is up some steps on top of the box. overlooks the kitchen. the bed is just a mattress on the floor which is fine by francesca. why you have to sleep in a simple room to meter and seventy high i can clearly sleep here like i am in a tent like in a camping and something like that. sleeping sleeping and then they make everything else. you're trying just to hold meetings there's plenty of room. jordan game room is custom made. as are the kitchen fittings. the guest bathroom. sink is made of concrete slabs origami like
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because that is pared down and understated. they'd used to hide all the cows that house make living life in order to have empty spaces spaces free to flow and the true for all the functions so every older stocking is over there plexiglass and gold is a sort of aesthetic. it was fear of course bought on the backside there are. ok. francesco's garage this is a work in progress he's planning a second black box to allow for extensions. the apartment comprises just ninety square meters but that's more than enough for him and his wife.
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speaks. and i'll be talking to dress so they will leave like a dress so and now is that it really feels like a perfect tailor made dress for the main job. francesco check out early has created a home that's no good and stylish practical and affordable. living in a garage sounds like it would be scruffy but not in this one here in beaumont you know. and if you're passionate about interior design then make sure you check out on page on you tube for all of the latest styles and tips the channel's code d w interior design. now i'm sure you've all heard of the von trapp family the fictional family of singers from the musical the sound of music well we came across a real life modern musical gem and family who have foster gaining fans with.
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however i live with the miller family. and the sixty. five and. twenty five young women and a ponytail guitarist hit the streets to play twenty folk music there are inevitably going to draw or crowd. tom miller and his five daughters and you come is to the music industry they began their career busking. in fact there are two more members of the mill a family the mother of the children simone and four year old noah who accompany the
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others on tour even if they don't perform themselves dismiss a disease is there to a bus in the summer and on weekends it serves as a hotel rehearsal space and kitchen it can't do more than eighty kilometers an hour so the mill is restricted towards mainly to northern germany taking in ross talks between environment and then. i just have this in this indictment i need only began when mom started training as a yoga teacher and dad was at home with us. on. our have to do something to stop getting under each other's feet so we started making music to surprise mom when she got in. behind the front wheels and then we started playing for friends. and i'm never really enthusiastic and suggested we perform at a concert they were going to be organised. and we said sure we just need more songs. with a name for mistreat musicians the mill is usually places. just tough and then they
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go off and spin the takings together. comparisons in germany with the wildly popular telly family are unavoidable. but the militia struck them off. with. your mom was on those few more following another path we'd like to make a name for ourselves with something different it's all the kelly family was around twenty five years ago some were gracious about it but we say when you are actually doing our own thing that's what we. have. been doing. family have already released a single engine music video and they're currently recording a debut album they sing about everyday life family wanderlust and love.
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new audiences they play full always want to know where the militia come from what this story is if they can live off their earnings as a band and if they really are a family. yeah this is going to astonish and gets inside today's world where only children have become the norm people have a real longing for community just you know if they're really drawn to the idea of a big family and from long. lunch often the most informed and even if a family band can sometimes feel claustrophobic the joy of making music together easily outweighs the downsides. and the first cd is now dropped if you would like to check it out to finish up the show today we had high in the sky for a bird's eye view of. a state in the south west of germany although drones are
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becoming a popular way to take pictures from above there are other ways to get special perspective and that is where the unusual usual technique of akim men day comes into play we want to see just how the photographer was. in photos of the funny thing is that a mandarin in the normal perspective and elevating the camera gives me a whole new line of vision exciting it's like going on a voyage of discovery you're in places you think you know and suddenly there's this new vista it's literally eye opening. for me.
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to tear through hundred years the cameras elevated up to thirty meters high you can see over almost all the buildings in most big cities here which gives you a real overview and that allows you to show a water tower for example within its urban context that's exciting because the main focus is not just one single building. you know i didn't just visit the nine largest cities in baton burton i was also sent to all forty five partner communes in seven different regions by stuttgart marketing agency all i sought out and looked at four hundred fifty different spots sites and motifs and now i can really say that bodden virgin birth is a fantastic state i can't get enough of it but even after touring for a year encountering thirty thousand kilometers i just love it i see thousand kilometers of a nucleus. and
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list here but i think i keep turning the camera thirty degrees to the side and i basically photograph the entire three hundred sixty degree panorama in this way afterwards all the pictures are stitched together using a computer that gives you an extreme high resolution three hundred sixty degree panorama with a two gigabyte resolution that's an incredible resolution of what we need if we're tasked with creating huge posters for entire convention center walls these pics are also there to present the regions and cities that conventions like the c.m.t. tourism trade fair using fantastic illumination was. here to be even with. who. i kind of envision the perspective of a pigeon flying around a church tower so pretty close to the child you can't trace for example
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a money satisfied with a picture when it's something in the bureaus when people are moved by it because they're suddenly are close to something and say oh i know that but i've never seen it from this perspective when i began wondering where the camera was that took the picture for me that makes a good picture. of the day you saw as your perspective on our city has changed. entirely. seen the good i've traveled around the planet several times in the time home didn't mean much to me but today that's just the kind of quality that i experienced and see and feel. it to my eyes is that. it is to me. and that is all we have time for today thanks for watching we'll see you again tomorrow everyone bye for now.
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next edition of your next we catch up with the painter. she creates incredible optical illusions using makeup. the cutting herself. at several million views. next time.
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all germans enjoy the same rights except perhaps those eighty thousand people who have disabilities yulian pieces is not allowed to vote because he has down syndrome that seems unbelievable in a modern democracy. and has demanded explain to him why he is not allowed to
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voters. for the for thirty minutes for d.w.i. if for. are you ready for women's talk to. women. we. should. have the w. yeah. and i think one day this war will be considered cruel and unjust war over. and certainly all citizens of ukraine every man woman and child of. their homeland is the enemy invades. no one wants russia here. rebel against the mighty global news that matters. d.w.
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made for mines. hash tag germany decides the day of decision is near. the coast you want germany to follow that would want to bring a strong team to the camp they are going to be in but if the we in the f.d.p. have a new conservation anyway sions is a virtue and my friends this will be a difficult election by we are ready to take responsibility and check out shady in this country when. we have more than enough parties participating in incompetent government but not the left party in germany can do better. polls in germany open on september twenty fourth. what do germans want for their country. what do the different parties stand for. and which party will come out on top. d w you're an expert on germany's
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bundestag election two thousand and seventeen. germany decides german bundestag election two thousand and seventeen on d w. this is v.w. news live from berlin german chancellor angela merkel tells data she is ready to join talks to resolve the north korea crisis and she says donald trump is doing it all wrong in my opinion sanctions and enforcing the sanctions are the right answer but anything else with regard to north korea i think is wrong.


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