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what is so clear about the return control to bring the last word please nothing dismiss writers call the carousel with you first on. everything is wrong they want you to leave the reality of the whole thing might blow off the name of a system that spawned out of control. over the course of their work and the this is . the current investment bank lehman brothers start september thirteenth on t.w. . i don't want to go into another show i'm your host meghan lee from seoul desires to cooking for peace we've got a mixed bag on the show today here's a look at what's coming up. the famous footwear one of the stars flocked to the
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shop of greek sandal maker kind tell me some of these senos. joy-ann of just go world famous music producer george all right art is back at the turntable. and marja masterpieces why a german insurance company stores damaged works of art. every summer newer styles of sandal come out on the market but one in particular is always a popular choice there greek sandal for example the scrappy kind that wraps around the foot and goes up the ankle and now it can sometimes be seen on some statues representing greek figures like plato and socrates well the athens shoemaker pantelis malise a nose describes himself as the artists and poets of the greek sandal or his family business now in its third generation specializes in it and we went there to find out what it says sets his greek sandal apart. from the rest.
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all kinds of variations on the greek sandal can be spotted on the streets of athens around the acropolis. here they've been around for thousands of years already. even the ancient greek philosopher plato was sandals. the leather son of footways now popular all over the wild but how does it feel to wear them in greece i usually don't really where i'm at home because it's too close so over here my feet are much more free. there's something historical about it because you can see them you know the paintings the starters but it's all over the militancy and when you wear them you really understand why they keep on being where there's some of those are amazing. but many seals is one of the best known creek sandal make because he studied art in new york but then returns to his homeland his workshop is located
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in the city center. his family could be making sandals for three generations. makes me happy to produce a pair of sandals the same way they were made three thousand years ago i feel like i'm in my element like a fish in water. the many see most families handcrafted designs are being won by v.i.p.'s including actress and hathaway. single barbara streisand actress sarah jessica parker former first lady jackie kennedy onassis and even the beatles but pantelis many seen also doesn't differentiate between the stars tourists and locals. were democratic. view every individual foot as a challenge that means we create for this but we don't care if it's national v.i.p. are an ordinary person it's all the same swans here in the shadow of the acropolis that didn't matter. in the old greece nor does it in the new greece towards it's
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all the same. many of the statues around town commemorate famous historical figures who also wore simple sandals. for example the statesman parrot least half in the city hall. slater and his fellow philosopher socrates in front of the academy of athens. to wear simple lace up sandals which were later adopted by the romans. in the fifteenth and sixteenth century open toed shoes called buskins were all the rage women wore these shoes which featured high cork soles under their hoop skirts to make them look taller. pantelis many seen also continues to find inspiration in the historical figures who wore greek samples his father always
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carried a sketch pad with him to draw pictures of a foot well on statues. whenever i look at ancient statues that wear these sandals i'm always impressed that people already wore this kind of shoes three thousand years ago. fell in love and they went to war while wearing them. they lived their lives of them and these sandals are still around today. at his store the mosque the shoemaker fits every sandal personally he has many regular customers. my parents brought me here to buy my first pair of sandals later i brought my children every time we're an absence we buy sandals here . seem to be vertica. greek shoes made by someone who's been doing this for years using skills
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passed down from father to son and you can see that many famous people buy shoes here by wearing these sandals we absorb the culture something we think them back to paris with the reminders of her time in greece. greek sandals the perfect summer footwear since the days of antiquity. well now is a good time to let you in on this week's draw since we are still in the midst of summer now most of europe has been experiencing some of the hottest temperatures on record so we would like to know if you have any tips on how to survive the heat some of you have already sent in some ideas such as the mid con from pakistan who likes to take an outdoor bath with his son or mohammad nazi from morocco who likes to take a dip in the ocean but there's also an unconventional method to beat the heat peter let's go from germany likes to look. all right so thank you for sending in those
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photos keep them coming just go to our website for all the details and by doing so you qualify to win a euro max watch all right moving on now into a brief around up of other stories making headlines on the culture scene. rolling stones guitarist movie would his conan succumb pain to save the world's rhinos various other artists designed and painted twenty one rhino scooters that are now tossing around the british capital would said he was inspired by various african flags and a real rhino named spike that he has adopted. kids i want everyone to be able to see the future years and. three where i was a. terribly shocking schoolteachers will be auctioned to christie's in october proceeds will go to the nonprofit wild. organisation tosk ronnie wood is
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a long time supporter and first time patron of the organization since one thousand nine hundred one. games com europe's biggest trade fair for interactive games and entertainment has kicked off and come on over three hundred fifty thousand visitors are expected this year to trade fair is a highlight for both the makers of video games and the fans who get a chance to check out all the new games before they're available in the stores games com runs until august sixth when the fish. would be the funny james bond his car in the movie goldfinger is coming back aston martin has announced it will create a limited edition of twenty five cars which will cost some three million euro as each of the goldfinger d b five will feature gadgets from the film and the famous revolving license plates but no seat belts in any case the car won't be street
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legal it's meant more as a collector's item. at seventy eight most people are well into retirement enjoying the fruits of their labors but songwriter and music producer george is doing just the opposite the so-called father of disco is still very much involved in the industry and even works as a d.j. at some venue's now over the course of his career rhoda has written or produce aung for many of the big names in pop music including donna summer david bowie freddie mercury just to name a few and these chalked up three oscars and four grammys where we caught up with him at a performance in munich. in the early one nine hundred seventy s. donna summer was a shy young singer who performs in musicals. van while living in munich she met
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giorgio moroder. love to love you baby went to number two with u.s. charts and number four in the u.k. even though the b.b.c. refused to play it. i wanted to do something really sexy so i never dreamt it or turned out that. don't know how to be done as i was the one who came up with the line love to love you we went into the studio with me arabella house i started off playing a bit of guitar two three four five days later we thought how far can we go putting sex into this. pain putting them. marauders disco sound made in munich
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soon took the world by storm. for one night he returned to the city where he once shot to fame. ever since twenty thirteen when electronic joe daft punk's paid tribute to him with the track george obama rhoda has been intimate and is a d.j. all over the world from norton sixty b. who have five six or seven notes and they have to be just right. of course a longer song also has to be good to become a hit but then you have time to develop the melody i think that in creating a song a short melody is really tough. and. who's that contador. oscar winner giorgio moroder. ga marauder has just come from hollywood where he received. the film world's
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highest honors. mine and i compose my first film small for midnight express something that's really something that was your first soundtrack that wins the world's top award thank you. the chase the main theme from midnight express was some pulled dozens of times and that was just the beginning of the road and now has three oscars to his credit but he came from humble beginnings in south roll my new kid who had a really normal childhood invited goddamn i went to school to art school. and i went to school in rather a so in northern italy and started to play the guitar. and i listened to a lot of english language music she was. not german or italian but mostly english. and i really liked songs diana.
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i think it was that song that convinced me to start working on the music business that was. giorgio moroder was born and so it's really you know nine hundred forty at the age of nineteen he left home inter jura for me as a basis to nightclubs and writing popular music. and music he churned out one hits after another. he was also one of the first to record an album in which one track flowed into the next like the perfect mix tape it was always experimenting with the latest technology. it seemed any good with a synthesizer there are some effects that can sound in the longest stretches of a song should i put it slightly lame yes. but i think the special synthesizer effect happening less and less it's the synthesizer is gradually being recognized as an instrument and it's ever. right yes but isn't it
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a cold instrument a technical instrument yes some sound a bit cooler than a violin and so the guy. americans in particular love to school sounds. giorgio moroder moved to hollywood and began producing music for films like flashdance scarface and top gun. he played everything by ear and was showered with success. a club in los angeles was even named after him. a life that's not easy to come by. but when you and your successful and have a great loving wife and a very loving son all that you could say that you've been lucky. if you're happy. that's my glucose. road has sold millions of albums more than one
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hundred of those records went gold or platinum and he's won for crimea's his songs influenced an entire generation. though the man dubbed the father of disco still doesn't care much for dancing. peace in the middle east may still be elusive but here in berlin a restaurant created by an israeli and a palestinian gives hope for future relations at the k'naan restaurant in the trendy district of prince our barrack the owners demonstrate how peace and understanding can be reached through the stomach and it's all based on a family recipe for home. get a taste of the middle east in the heart of berlin in the city's cancellara parish district promises served up by two chefs who aim to promote international understanding. that's because it is really an gel. it
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is palestinian. but i'll both follow molecule what. the ongoing conflict between the israelis and the palestinians plays no role here in this kitchen there's dancing instead of fighting. the two men met in parallel with their restaurant they took to build bridges between their people so they called it kind of fun it's basically name from the old testimony the land of you bringing the father of all the. religions. christi and the muslims and. and their eats all started this is the point where we're all united under one house and this is what we try to create here and of course the food is from vets. and one titian particular is still enjoyed by people all over the middle east promised. this day of course spread made
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from chickpeas is a staple of middle eastern cuisine. peace are pureed and mixed with salt sugar lemon juice and turkey meat. and voila they're homeless it's ready. to work magical in this school mostly it's recipe that it's hundred years old my family recipe. that we've given so we need to go use their brains to greedy and when we combine it it's amazing almost does unite the world almost can change the world school was is better there is no saying make from the smoke war. this is a powerful weapon. and the two ships demonstrate the versatility of this dish every day any person since they make a home a spirit or from chickpeas and lentils. but most of their guests
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love to eat hummus the traditional way preferably topped with his zesty lemon garlic sauce. for palestinians and israelis alike the food served up here at the common restaurant is a taste of home this place is really very gentle like this really good like you'd like to call me. a little bit like i'm on the beach. beach and always been down firmly believe that one day there will be peace in the middle east. most of the time being hearing a watch it's not possible how much of a there is between. between the. both of the side in both of the sides and weak arming and proving that it's possible civil. peace to chefs are living proof that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. your comments is a very active on social media we have
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a facebook account which you can friend us on and we are also active on instagram where you can follow a follow our daily activities here is more on what you will find there. europe at its best your i max brings you the highlights on instagram stunning landscapes spectacular buildings and mouthwatering delicacies our reporters are constantly on the look out with their cameras we look forward to your comments check out our joy next instagram stories and discover how exciting and diverse you know it can be. on instagram. have you ever thought about what happens to renowned pieces of art if they get damaged in a move from one space to another well it happens more often than you would think the pieces are of course and short but often the artists will distance themselves from the work so they end up in a warehouse for damaged goods in the hopes of being a eventually being restored and put on display again. a minor defect
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but a total write off again heart of his work is no longer immaculate and can't be restored the artist crossed out his signature he didn't want this work to be displayed in a museum anymore but the x. art insurance firm is keeping it anyway. it's still clearly a work by one of the world's most famous artists and we can't destroy it for ethical reasons ishmael got me. on the. this warehouse in cologne is full of damaged but not so damaged that it should be discarded much of it still has significant value in terms of art history like this piece by the surrealist artist giorgio to kitty co which met a surreal end because of building work the up of a wrecking ball with too much momentum went through a wall into the living room of an art collector couple and i was decatur kohan that
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while going. to work so rough and damaged during transport like this huge beatles music by young the great overturned the glass shattered the beatles fell off what now and what kind of clothes the we're going to be restored but it would be a lot of work. a third of the surface would have to be removed to work on these parts and renew them. the insurance company examines about thirty damaged artworks pierre it usually decides to keep them because who knows whether it might make sense to restore them at a later date. because it's not always develops so does the artist what meanings as an artwork have often hard to see how has the nature of an artwork changed this can have an impact on its future value an artist's value might also develop or restorers might develop new techniques to salvage damaged works that could remove scratches on large format photos like this one by peter lindbergh for example. at
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the moment it doesn't seem as if this work by swiss artist can ever be salvaged the idea was to reflect on our throwaway society the work survived forty years before being damaged during transport is it to be thrown away a country's new course it can't be thrown away it's still a piece by shilling and bears witness to its time. damaged waiting for the day when it can be displayed once again. and finally every language has a word for happiness but what about the feeling you get when you're finished with dinner and you just want to sit around the table chatting with friends while english as you can see you need several words to describe that feeling but in other languages certain situations which bring about good feelings can be summed up in one word now for today's high five we've put together some examples so here are.
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the moments of happiness for which europeans have coined special words. the danes often rank close to the top of the global happiness index. the secret could be the good work life balance and to mark. the word all by its later denotes the sense of happiness about having a good job. and here working overtime inst from around upon. in ireland it's considered more of a relief when the working day is over. in gaelic it's called sickness screen it's the deep sense of satisfaction when a job is done scientists believe the feeling of happiness is actually triggered window for meanness released in the brain.
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it's considered very impolite in spain if a waiter brings the bill as soon as the diners have finished eating spaniards love to take time over their meal. it's called so premiss sitting together and chatting after eating. it's a real institution in spain and can last much longer than the meal itself. the swedes love to be out in nature and are clearly early risers they called a sense of pleasure derived from. an early morning picnic good content it means to enjoy the course of the birds at dawn for sweets a real moment of happiness. the. winter is long and dark in norway and the summer shorten cool but norwegians are some of the happiest people on earth according to the global index. especially in
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the spring i think the sun is a bright light. to discover and then we are happy. and specially when they can combine it with the beer to pills means to enjoy a beer outside during the first warm days of spring the norwegians know it's the small things in life that can make all the difference. now it certainly is true anyway that it is time to say go by want over gaza check us out on social media for more on the program or go to our website to see the reports again from in the rest of the crew here at euro max as always thanks for watching one thing and tomorrow. for the next edition of your evidence the european elvis festival in buck now hide lots of rock n roll and classic cars this little german town was actually home to elvis presley in the late one nine hundred fifty s.
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