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some of these eat our website deputed comes to join us on facebook. for. whom i've been fighting for decades to be taken seriously in the world of work here's what's come out women struck. the group for your. smart talks smart stay in the gym or increasingly dangerous time for a w. o n's a warm welcome to new week of your i'm max so we have lined up a diverse and undertaking show for you here's a look at what's coming up today. facing the ongoing trend is sweeping across
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european cities. the festival if you've ever some of the last clocked at least risk tolerant the cardinal. regional sensations ceramic art from podiums are made the italian city famous around the world. oh and i think of think of all the men sitting comfortably by a lake with their fishing rods a few bottles of beer. activity of outside delhi about a bit dated and borrowing is named bob that's a cliche that is no longer true st fishing has become totally hip and especially popular with young city dwellers from paris to berlin we caught up with some of the fishing fans in the middle of the german capital. a lot of young city dwellers have taken up street fishing as their new pastime.
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this phenomenon probably got started in paris but now it's spreading across europe . angling enthusiastic to arest likes to go fishing in berlin. and then. when i go fishing it really helps me relax forget all your problem or so. goes fishing two or three times a week one of his favorite spots is the young friend brook in central and. if you look at the globe with a lot of people believe there aren't any fish around here with their own they're all kinds of. mostly persian asps they're all great fish. but if you put it up there is a perch there's a lot of them too. this one's a little too small for me to keep. you know all things well with the stroke. of good luck to your clumsy opener fish like pike taste great to you but on the. whole
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. the water quality and berlin's rivers and lakes is much better than many people think even celebrities have taken up the sport david beckham and his son. former german national footballer miroslav klose it and spanish tennis star rafael nadal are. especially young people are attracted to street fishing. murawski is in his early twenty's. that's really cool after work but you just go down to the water and you just take your fishing rod and some bait and you're all set to go. he's right you really don't need a lot of gear just as well if you're going to go fishing in the city you shouldn't carry around a lot of baggage. st fishing has also become a trending topic on line many anglers. share their videos on you tube. it was great weather is not thirty degrees celsius lots of people are swimming but i'd rather
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fish. victor has his own you tube channel with one hundred thirty thousand subscribers and twenty seven million viewers. it's one of the most successful german fishing channels. and i think the main reason people like my shows is that they're not just about fishing. i always try to tell a story to both you and the difference between you tube and regular t.v. is that it's real you know if we're going to see that and that's why they like my videos because of you. there are about five million amateur anglers in germany and that number is growing every year. more and more people are joining fishing associations to. do was on food and. i think there are a lot of different reasons for that. one from a lot of people just want to get back to nature and do outdoor activities of and right now we've got all those you tube videos on fishing. done
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a lot for the sports image and idea and it's now cool to go fishing for. warped. street fishing new sport that's really catching on and you don't have to get all dressed up in fishing vests and waiting boots shorts t. shirts and baseball caps are just fine. other than the stuff in for the street fishing is a sociable activity and you're not sitting around by yourself on a lake you can stop for food and drink and when people get together on the water in the evening it's like being with friends a little bundle in the. street fishing right in the middle of the city a new way to relax right outside your front door. well them good cat sound will continue with the at another water sports next stop on today's express.
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the world's best cliff divers gather to compete at lake new cern in cyclone switzerland. a crowd of eight thousand gathered to watch the divers leap off a platform twenty seven meters high. each dive was judged on takeoff the number of somersaults and twists position in the air and entry into the water the world series final will be held in italy in late september. an estimated twenty thousand fans of the original v.w. transporter gathered in verse twelve for four days last week to celebrate their favorite vehicle sort of like the summer of love. to see the moon before that something always goes wrong with these busses but they're so simply constructed that you can fix most problems with some tape or string more than five hundred specimens of the iconic ride were on display the first v.w. transporter rolled out the verse split assembly line in march one thousand fifty.
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a rather unusual new exhibition devoted to the life of nineteenth century german novelist and poet tailed off in tonga has opened in the town where he was born knowing full peace in the eastern german state of brandenburg. there are twelve different scenes featuring more than five thousand playmobil figures on display there's also a special edition figure from tommy himself many of the writers works are set in brandenburg next year will mark the two hundredth anniversary of one thomas birth. he can be anything he wants to be artist rena's from the fed is known for his chalk all drawings all funny is drawing himself on the back of my works a two to detail and modern comic well this style of the thirty five year old has already made a name for himself in his home country. and we mad him at his first german exhibition.
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art is a lie that makes us realize the truth. his favorite quote from picasso. funder fed does this for up to nine hours every day creating art and always asking the same question. what if i was someone else. a sailor on a lonely island. or maybe the best tennis player of all time. and it's all a way of. inventing a new world a parallel universe in which things can happen. that i would never experience in real life and that i don't want to experience in real life. so many times that i'm
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a bit like. a scared adventure for example if i want to make a scene in my autobiography where i go to the jungle i would rather make a journey. in my studio cardboard jungle than actually go to a jungle where there is a lot of poisonous snakes and where i would have to fear for my life. all of his charcoal drawings are based on sketches. and work studio under faith or on my starts by building a three dimensional setting for the basic human mind. for example a hut on a small island in the middle of the ocean. takes a photo of the scene and is dry. what
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do the scenes portray. long more desire a projected image a nightmare. you can see a lot about reality to lying i think so i could see my whole work as one because i believe it does me something about myself or about the world i live in. in a much more interesting way than if i would only draw what really happened. to you. fungus head it was born in the belgian town of leuven one nine hundred eighty three when he was a teenager he suffield about the american artist. and was mesmerized by the image of the painter working in the basement from the feta has had a successful career in belgium and now his work is on display in germany at the quince poly in california. he says if i made a message of peace i'd force myself to have
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a drink in the hope that it would help to develop my talents more quickly. another quote i was trapped in a party and forced to dance all night there was no way yes and even worse no way out. his works are almost like storyboards for i shall. probably say to says there are no precise iconic graphical visual images these days he says people need fiction and they need to wear masks. these pictures are powerful they draw you in. they don't want to be very good about it but it's kind of like a meditation also which clears your your mind and it allows you to make up stories i think and that's what we all do when we have time to start to make up stories and to pretend you're somewhat somebody else or to think the what if question is
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a big question i think. so you're really happy guy you can be whatever you want. but. even more. bigger question than the what if question. relatively happy is when i'm in the studio or at least. that's where i find myself most that obese. truth and lies. a new spin on the fed views his work as part of the great ongoing story on canvas he's traveled with homeboy it's been painted with willem de kooning. the exhibition at alan ensconce pony runs through september ninth. and now it's time again for
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a new installment of humax extra two and today we are fulfilling a viewer quest from santiago to chile and my idea of it only got ghost us would like to find out more about switzerland so we want to take you on a trip to the solomon swiss town of the car in a way out the can the like shame of the fam industry is currently gathering at the shores off lake my dad oh as the famous film festival is in full swing there at the moment as we join the crowds often love us to find out how the film festival shapes the cottonelle. this swiss town of locarno is nestled in the slopes that rise from the north end of the largo majority the piazza grand day lies at the center of the medieval town during the annual film festival the square becomes an open air cinema with seating for up to eight thousand people. in the morning the town is still quiet but one person is already working tirelessly daniela haas has to make sure that all the screenings
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will go smoothly and safely no matter how unusual the location. because like i didn't seal off the pizza ground to complain we have to make some compromises given the sun is the really good you'll hardly find a setting like this that anywhere else it's one of a kind you have to see it for yourself. from an odd blind by palm trees leads from the piazza grande and straight to the largo much or a little german director zondervan level back comes here to unwind a bit in between p.r. appointments. her latest film will have its premiere this evening on the piazza grande. mission is this is the attitude was the greatest part of it for me is this open air cinema i did here twice before so this is my third time for me it's like an enormous gift for example i went swimming in the largo majority
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last night and i simply can't think of the better place to have a world premiere until i. look around those old town is just a five minute walk from the lake. the alleyways all around the center and tony parish church lead to the town's oldest restaurants. the movie stars can relax chat and eat like royalty in these establishments. most of the film festival cinemas are all. so in the old town district swiss journalist mikail zen house has been reporting on the film festival for over three decades he appreciates that he can always find a quiet spot to write his review after watching a film. doesn't seem this is paradise and enchanted garden like it's just magical that's just put you right back into the movie by freedom from. another movie theater is in a converted school building. photographer marco abrams has his next shoot and the
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custom of these continue built in the middle ages. the north wing has undergone extensive renovation. the magic straw it once housed a monastery school this is where the film festivals major gallus are held. marco abrams likes to photograph people from the international film industry in the medieval cloisters he's been chronicling the film festivals development in his books a photo since about two thousand and eleven your thoughts about agnes and a place to take pictures with the lights great and there are some excellent perspective i've taken more photos here than anywhere else with a broken i thought it was the. early evening on the piazza condé things are getting tense for daniela haas he briefed the security people one last time the eight thousand seats under the sky are gradually filling up.
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zondervan metal brackets ready for her walk down the red carpet but just a she and her main actors stride through the closed entrance to the piazzi k'naan day the first viewers slip out and away soaking wet a sudden thunderstorm has struck. the top i hope it stops split in some consolation to think it's better for it to rain now and then during the film i'm incredibly excited really but i wish the rain would stop so all the people who have come here to see this picture can watch it without getting some experience been kind of one of the. that's not bad. but the die hard fans who sit all the way through stand by nettle backs what doesn't kill us will need some good waterproofing. the next day the weather gods show mercy it's blue skies and buildings again and the car knows the ground is the picture palace again only for ten days as every year in august.
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fighting for a better world with fashion sounds weird but it actually works the upcycling label of bridge and tunnel from hamburg is perfect proof that the founders not only want to design beautiful outfits and assess the east but also do some good it with their concept they have even won several prizes. hamburg start up company bridge and tunnel makes fashion items and accessories that are sustainable fair and attractive all at once and they do it with materials that would otherwise have landed in the trash. fattening on the models we make our things out of old jeans it doesn't matter if they're donated by strangers or if they're ours. we get them from very nice people often with a notice to which i was on my feet this one says these were my favorite jeans and
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we've been through a lot together it's great that you can give him a second life toilet seat and try to sleep. and i wish you continued success nick he's a student so we can help this old pair of pants have a new lease on life but leave it for him. the finished products reveal nothing of their origins as old pants sustainability isn't the only factor motivating the two entrepreneurs a textile designer and the cultural scientist social criteria motivate their choice of employees as well as give us some. you might call it a reawakening we believe that nothing comes to an end people who might never have worked a seamstresses before but have a talent for it can do it if only they're encouraged supported and empowerment we also believe no material is trash until you see it is trash can find us as most of the tough. denim preferably from the thighs section of the jeans is cut into strips and used for instance to make pillowcases. this model sells for
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some ninety year olds. by now because some people say our products are expensive wrong we're not too expensive conventional products are too cheap. included in the price of their products are not only fair wages for sewing and design but also marketing and the love that goes into them. we wish around the best of luck with their concept and hope that their products will someday be a successful of the items in our new series starting today we will look at products from around europe that have gone on to make the place of origin world famous our first stop will be the italian town of located three hundred sixty kilometers north of rome it's famous for its unique ceramics also known as fiat i insist arjun's have made ceramics for centuries stating back as far as roman times today the residents are still keeping this traditional craft life.
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the italian city was founded over two thousand years ago its most beautiful square . boasts a large fountain with palaces nearby. the town began producing ceramics for everyday use in the first century. industry standards. grow up with this craft we take our first class kids in school so when accorsi basically. it's a cultural and historical tradition. for some. artists working in the industry this factory. is famous for its around. the artist's work is drawn from. typical themes are most common.
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also designs custom ceramics. there are many different clients can choose from a wide range of options from the third century to the present day. this wall is a. feature symbols of different districts. the cities. can be found in the. family residence. back to the. factory on the same street.
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there the word every. dedicated to the diverse history of the industry ranging from the. seventeenth century.
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pay. for use that. suddenly. drinking coffee and hot chocolate became very popular they. even. created. the museum. his son manages his father's legacy. something practical. he wanted to create simple and beautiful objects. get up i got a lot of. ceramics from fine and so are you feast for the eyes and this small
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italian city is keeping the tradition alive. however featuring more famous regional products from all over europe on your max in the upcoming days and we would like to know what's famous in your hometown a region let us know and when you do your name will be ended out of magically into our prize draw for this year max watch you can find more information on our web page just go to do w. dot com slash livestock so good luck that's all we have time for today but i'll be back again tomorrow on the bound for myself and then tell you i might see him here in berlin and so watching ounds see you again soon. on the next edition of your own max flamboyant diverse popular and entertaining edinburgh festival fringe is a career launchpad for many
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a performing artist hoping to be discovered but it's not easy to lure people into watching your show as there are so many acts competing for the audience's attention kerk not next time going to europe.
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