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what else their fans can expect from. you. on w. b s on me where does it come from. to it's also. starting october fifteenth w and online. thanks for joining in to the show it's a day we are talking music travel and arts but before we get things on the way his
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thinking at a few of the topics coming up. comes about the rest why berlin is one of europe's most significant city. checklist an honest to guide to the tourist trap and prong. home improvement how to make a stylish d.i.y. flayed show. they sold more than eighty million recalls since they forms thirty five years ago and now this that a lot aha back with a new album but always about a split up got back together several times but this time around they are getting along swimmingly and maybe that's because they're working on old cost six maybe it's because they're working with a new stripped back rule composition whatever the reason we love the result and i hope that they are backed by.
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this is the first time the band has done this on stage. the concert. is part of the m.t.v. unplugged series along with familiar hits new songs like this is. their request for them to play without electric guitars and amplifiers was a welcome opportunity for singer morton harkat keyboardist. and guitarist paul revoked as avoid they withdrew for two weeks to a recording studio to work out the new arrangements for us but we've been.
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playing with the idea of the natural day idea. of doing songs. that it's been sort of on the table several times for a very long time. and oceanview provided the serenity that helped them open up a new song. and she's. the result is an album with seventeen newly recorded classics songs and two covers. working on this album brought the three musicians closer together. and it's always sort of a sweet thing because we were. united just really. this is a great degree of. let's go. to concerts for m.t.v. unplugged took place in. in front of audiences of just two hundred fifty people the
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group says these were the most intimate performances to date. their big break internationally in one thousand nine hundred five with take on may the song success was due in large part to its groundbreaking video its mixture of comic book style illustrations and live action made it one of the best music videos ever produced. morton harkat became one of the biggest teen idols of the eighty's. but in the ninety's the band had a slump the members devoted themselves increasingly to solo projects to. two thousand comeback with summer moved on. the song stormed the charts in europe but the musicians had long since shed their boy group image. music became more
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serious like the two thousand and five singles selling. on the group's ninth studio album foot of the mountain synthesizers featured prominently. i thought to try to make this. quite simple and quite precise and quite clinical and. kind of. a little bit more energetic just one the band split up again. back in two thousand and fifteen there acoustic arrangements reveal undiscovered aspects of their songs. brings. some of the songs when you do something kind of. take on me in the
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version it brings what essentially is there in. a sort of. melancholic structure. you know suddenly a surprising sight or. different thing but at the same time i think you would recognize it very intimately because it's been there all the time. starting in january fans will have a chance to experience without electronics and in
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a flash that's when the norwegian m.t.v. unplugged. and on the twenty ninth of january aha will come to have been a in all great city which we have the chance to explore all through the year but then is great in fact all seasons of the year because there's so much to do here and that is why it's made into the top five year opinion cities to live in as ranked by the british magazine monaco we all know the reasons why it's so highly rated but if you don't then the editor of the magazine will fill you in. berlin's best known landmark the brandenburg gate. beside it the german parliament the reichstag with its glass dome. the just a stone's throw away museum island. the german capital is home to some three point
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six million people and that number keeps growing it's one reason why berlin along with munich ranked third in london based lifestyle magazine monocles list of the world's most livable cities. what are going to be who will be the cities that will emerge as the new capitals of europe but not just capitals of finance are not just capitals of tech but real places where people want to live so even though prices are on the rise it's still incredibly expensive to get a great flat in berlin and certainly a great work space as well especially if you're comparing it to or sitting in london so livability and really cost of living was with a big component. in this year's ranking berlin also scored high when it came to architecture. the city boasts everything from old bill how many in style buildings to modern office towers like it potsdamer platz and new structures are constantly
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adding to the changing cityscape. and there's something which you can't measure but it's that spirit of promise of the city has as well you just you just said opportunity and that is they're just another street that you can turn around and say that's really like to open up your can do to hire that is the place that you might want to start to publish your works and i think that in berlin you always see sort of promise and opportunity in so many quarters that sense that anything is possible also draws artists to the city they're attracted not only by the still affordable rent but also. by the diversity of berlin's art scene there's always something new happening like this temporary street art gallery one hundred sixty five artists from seventeen countries created murals and installations in a building slated for demolition two months later. in the summer there are a free open air concerts featuring well known musicians classical music for
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everyone. and sometimes people just start to tango in the heart of the city it might look spontaneous but dancers arrange their flash mob rendezvoused over the internet they meet tango and then go their separate ways one of the interesting things we've seen in berlin is how the residents and visitors alike have been able to take over parts of the city of course there's always been this slightly. about the city has. this anarchy is most evident during the summer months when people lay claim to every free inch of space few major cities have as many public parks and green spaces as berlin the german capital is surrounded by forests and lakes. it has three thousand lakes and bodies of water around it of course if you are berlin or you know that it's there but i think probably if you're sitting in madrid
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or you're sitting in naples or is the new york you don't think about all of the great places that you can escape to get a short amount of time on a bike on the us bond jump in your car and be on a lake sailing or have you do it. from and also has plenty of lakes and rivers within the city limits and some one thousand bridges more than venice you can go for a swim in a floating pool in the river spray in public pools and at beaches. the best known public beach is van's a in the southwest of the city it's abundance of leisure activities contributed to berlin's third place ranking as one of monocles most livable. cities in the world even though it's not all smooth sailing here. berlin has a number of challenges no question but at the same time the present and array of opportunities. this year the main criteria for determining the most livable cities were affordable living space
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a wide variety of cultural activities and good infrastructure for instance a comprehensive subway and commuter train network accessibility by air played a limited role in the rankings luckily for berlin as its new airport which should have opened in twenty eleven is still under construction it's got wonderful table we loved because it's in our view it's an airport a they shouldn't close down it's a way that although an airport should be that you can sort of pull up curbside and walk straight to your flights and sadly i guess it will go away which is which is unfortunate. like many berliners the staff at monaco magazine would like to see table remain in operation that would make the city as attractive by day as it is by night. the perfect place to dance till dawn. thanks to the magazine for ranking our cities so highly here we turn now to the x.
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for x. news and the nobel prize winner for literature who is just plain announced as find out who it. the swedish academy in stockholm has announced the winner of this year's nobel prize in literature festival sugar of. the british author with japanese roots is being honored for his quote novels of great emotional force born in one thousand nine hundred four she goto published his first works in the one nine hundred eighty s. his most successful novel is the remains of the day which was also made into a film kazuo ishiguro received more than honor because the prize comes with a nine hundred forty thousand euro purse. full of custom has won the windsurfing world championships the twenty three year old won the windsurf world cup held up the german on end of silt on wednesday. rough weather
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with gale force eight wins gave the win seven style it's just a display his nerves of steel. it was simply perfect i managed everything i wanted to do today. it was so difficult to do everything before it's just unbelievable the . long haul is due to injury this fulfill to have been to have total marks full of return to the ranks of the world's top professional windsurf as. the young tried pfaff result has begun in london one hundred sixty galleries with walks by one thousand artists represented here at one of the world's most important contemporary art venues. it's a moment where the whole world comes to london and a few summer sales taking place already here today noncommercial projects are also being shown in london for example this performance on the theme of female identity but. one of the emphases of the show and
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regent's park this year is welcomed by feminist. artists. lovers comparators works of the phrase all through song. you know when you visit a new city of course go and see all of the prominent landmarks the monuments surrounding them all cafes and restaurants that are overpriced and determined to make money at a tourists so wouldn't it be nice to have an honest guy who shows you the local hot spots well if you go to youtube and type in on his guy that is exactly what you'll find. if you have prague castle across the river a stroll across the charles bridge. the capital of the czech republic attracts
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throngs of as it is in summer and winter alike tourism is big business inflated prices and rip offs lurk on every corner. and handsome have declared war on tourist traps today is the ice cream test the best. is. this today we're going to show for best ice cubes and. handsome films while yannick gives us the honest goods on prague. if we want to show places that we like ourselves for example we tell people where to go to drink beer ok because cup of coffee comes to mind is made out of because of the downtown prague is a minefield and. the best ice cream in prague is definitely not that but today we're going to show you great ice creams in prague that we. live video clips are shown on a check on ninety the channel and on you tube. more than two million people watch
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our videos every month we notice the effect because we're often recognized in approached on the street. a. little you tube is almost does this norwegian for example thanks them for their tip about affordable beer. i've seen all of their videos and when they showed me this place it just seemed like a really cool place to go because it's the middle of the city center and all the other places where there are really expensive and tourist traps. sixteen seven million people visited prague and the numbers are still growing for local residents that means over crowding right increases and. but yeah nick and hans don't see tourism as a curse they try to make the best. but also what's a bit about some of the hunter out of prague i love this city it's fun for me every day i want visitors to have fond memories of. so janica and
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hans i will continue to act as honest guides exposing scam artists and sharing discoveries. look thirty forty. how lovely of them to seven knowledge i know it's green and how hot it is that is what sorry is doing as well she's one of our reports is and a big fan of d.i.y. so she shares her mind is with us on the show if you ever feel like you need more space in your home then why not try making her shelves i think they have a great beach feel to the. simple and all the better because you made them yourself . hello my name are. very. few to. look their rarest and they go well and they room you can use approach.
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as well as. your ten will. you'll need a glued wood board a pencil and a ruler. jude rope one and a half to two meters for each side. a power drill and a spade bit which you can get at any hardware store but make sure the bit is about the same diameter as the jute rope a brush or rubber band if possible and your choice of paint sorry has decided on a chalk painted in pastel mint green. and you'll need to circle pokes and plugs to attach the shells to the. first measure the positions of the drill holes they should be located five centimeters from both outside edges of the positions with a pencil. with calculated a distance of five centimeters from each of the two outside edges and made a little mark with a pencil next put two pieces of wood under your board and drill all four holes
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through the wood with the spade bit. you sand paper to smooth down any ragged drill holes. now you can paint the board with your choice of paint. you should also paint inside the drill holes with a smaller brush. once the first side is there really drive you can paint the back as well. to protect the surface and make it scratch resistant for daily use apply some cream wax to it with a. finally put the ends of the jute rope through the holes and not the ends on every side. tie a knot halfway up each rope with a loop just big enough for a finger to pass through. then later on you can hang the shelves on the circle hooks another tip post its are great for catching dust from drilling just stick one
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on the wall under the hole and crease it. then drill the holes using an eight millimeter bit. now push in the wall anchors and screw in the circle hooks. now you can hang your shelves use a level to make sure they're straight. you can also not several. but remember that length also do troops accordingly. well that is a good tip and if you won't more of those on interior design why not check out. interior design at its best and check out our you tube channel interior design stunning design ideas spectacular buildings and d.i.y. tutorials on home decoration will take you inside the most beautiful european homes
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show you the latest in furniture fabrics accessories subscribe and don't miss out see you on youtube. and we finished the show today with more creativity or certainly someone who has a passion for it we met a german architect whose home is full of art and i'm not just talking pictures on the wall here she have a vos collection and there's something in pretty much every room in her house the majority of it inspired by and like the city itself how collection is ever expanding. with all this. came in. in apartment to people who want to view how collection just make an appointment fast. what's most fun for me is how the people who come in here react and the questions
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that. i'm fine and when they start getting excited about the. i meet the people and talk about the art with them. and whole apartment is filled with hot weather in the kitchen. bronzes in the bathroom. in the hallway. is a major part of action their interest in art began in her parents' home artists came and went all the time. and would give me a present. as a young architect i had no money to buy anything and then in the art scene i got to know my husband and later it was a pleasure for us to buy a small work. and our collection just kept growing. for example with. the inspiration for these photos. from christmas ornaments was the text messages
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going friend sent to break up with him. picked. up at the top with high team will i can tell you on the phone but it's better if we ended. by sultan piece of the pavement complete with moss in front of a museum. considered to be the place where tribes best. definitely regard belin. as the capital of. the developed very fast and finally everyone came here. that makes a big difference. many are actually too many they won't be able to all succeed him because there's simply too many. good invalid's are present some of the. internet. it aims to make these creative
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spirits better known and to facilitate contact between artists and collectors. always in search of new wax for example here in the house where she struck by kenneth meccas pictures. maybe they're a bit shrill but in such a peculiar way that they're really interesting. to will soon wind up in the validators collection. well that brings us to the end of the show it is a thanks to everyone nothing you tomorrow at the same time and place for the last show of the week and then from all the team here and enjoy the rest of your day and . next time. some of this year's fall
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and winter fashion trends. well just people be wearing in the coming months going by the looks and the stories you'll be seeing red fashion trends next turn.
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