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the lives of those eclipsed. the seeds of the civil rights the peace movement the women's forum planned. for. this week. i want to welcome to another action packed show i'm your host meghan lee here's a look at what we've got in store for you today. diving in croatia and their dinner let's his red wine age at the bottom of the adriatic. branching out london's famous victorian albert museum opens a new design division. and showing off fitness trends growing combines working out
with striking a pose. why does usually stored in oak barrels in a dark cool room or cellar until it reaches maturity but one croatian ventnor has found an even more unique place to store his wine at a depth of twenty metres under water now when it's ready divers go down and collect the special bottles this is also turned into a tourist attraction now there's no doubt that this is an unusual way to store wine but does it really help the tastes we talk to the vintner to find out. this a diver is looking for a special treasure at the bottom of the adriatic sea not just mistery own wine which is aged under water by croatia's a divil bina winery. customers
who are feeling especially adventurous can dive down to retrieve their very own bottle provided they have a guiding license that is. how i. fell for this is my own i can't wait to drink my wine. the combat is perfect for the underwater aging of wine on the pier intrepid wine lovers awaiting their turn to dive to the sea bed it's a hit with locals and tourists alike it's fairly recent maybe like two or three years old and. for this i would say it's very popular with americans they come over here for them this is such a big novelty people tend to integrate these dive into the honeymoon right so this is like a romantic getaway right from the outside world and yeah people tend to do that and
they like it then you're discover large sections of the pair you shots peninsula. great which is used to produce not just mistery and red wine grows along steep cliffs that rise up from the sea. to deeble deano winery. it was here that the idea to h.d. ingush red wine underwater was hatched ventnor evil see gove it explains the benefits of his unusual method. at a depth of twenty metres the stone lagoon offers ideal thermal conditions of a constant fifteen degrees celsius year round. the ones that have a gin and for a light years have a softer taste. of mali's stone is already famous in croatia for its excellent oysters and mussels now it has another visitor attraction to offer each
year five thousand red wine bottles were deposited on the seabed where they age for two years. white wine incidentally would need to be stored at a much greater depth to ensure adequate temperatures. this special wine goes perfectly with meat and cheese but it doesn't come cheap a bottle of normally aged underwater wine can be had for seventy year olds one aged in a clay amphora for even two hundred eight euros people are usually bought for special occasions but if you ask me we only live once so i think every special case. the winery has patented this unique and for aging method which they say gives
the wine its special flavor. the romans and greeks they used them for us before for transportation to wine but they put the wine directly into the cli and now for eyes different because first it put the wand into a glass bottle and then we put it into play and for. wine connoisseurs they do probably it's high end now to a restaurant appreciate the pricey but delightful read when opening the clay amphora waiters need to be careful that no dirt contaminates the fine wine. once opened it should be allowed to breathe a little longer than usual. during harvest season egos to go fish checks on the dean got to be in years the vines are able to withstand the summer's heat. this part of growing is ideal for growing grapes. you see reflects the sunlight in
a perfect angle and the grapes benefit greatly from that and they need to be harvested by hand from the steep slopes. and so this year despite europe's record heat wave wine connoisseurs will not have to go without the delectable croatian underwater wine. now is a good time to let you in on the winner of this week's drop now we have asked you to send us in your photos showing us where you like to enjoy a glass of wine many of you like to enjoy one outside in a cafe or bar or in a christmas market when it's cold outside and here friends have even put their faces on the bottle of course that many of you enjoy a good glass of wine with the meal but the winning photo today is from a virus from prost armorica who enjoys drinking wine with her daughter. so
you have one an exclusive euro max watch and thanks to the rest of you for taking part all right moving on now to a brief look at other stories making headlines on the cultural scene starting with a look at one of the world's most expensive paintings. and oil painting by david hockney looks set to become the most expensive work by a living artist to ever sell at an auction portrait of an artist has been valued by new york auction house christie's at the fulfillment of sixty eight point five million euros. to date jeff koons balloon dog holds the record for a work by living artist david hockney is famous painting of a pool with two figures will go under the hammer in november. john shows are celebrating fifty years in the music industry i worked in in as
a teenager in the sixty's in local rock bands and i was already a because of my grandfather i think even the german police tape recorder with a microphone i was very interested by your recording sounds and processing sounds. german shows are ours debut album oxygen was released in one nine hundred seventy six and earned the french artist a reputation as an electronic music trailblazer. his new best of album planning features forty one of his tracks. the upper gallery in london has opened an exhibition of large size steel sculptures and images made of scrap electronics the show contrasts works by korean sculp to see young talk with the recycled us of english artists nick gentry this theme is the impermanence of high tech media expression runs through september twenty eighth . then staying on the subject of art
london's victoria and albert museum is branching out to dun the scotland and those responsible for the expansion are using the guggenheim museum in balboa spain as an example now that museum turned a struggling industrial town into a thriving cultural metropolis and the people who've done d.c. are hoping for the same type of economic effect from this new cultural attraction long before opening day the spectacular building of the victoria and albert museum is designed to vision in done started to inspire the imagination of its observers is it a paramedic turned upside down a stack of shipping pallets or a ship japanese star architect can go cooma was commissioned to capture the spirit of done d. which is a unesco city of design. my favorite part is this cave is working as a magnet to draw people through the building to flaunt.
that that kind of gate is necessary for the city the port city has undertaken to revamp the entire area along the river take but in a way that recalls its glorious industrial history the first branch of the revered london museum is to serve as the cultural flagship. at one time done t. was a hub of jute and tweed production today the scottish port city is known for comics and video games the scottish design galleries feature three hundred exhibits drawn from the v.n. days collection of scottish design as well as other collections among them the quintessentially british wellington boots the costume for pad amidala in star wars and a lamp by neil paulton the curators are especially proud of this meticulously reassembled art deco tea room and by charles rennie mackintosh most dundonian sir are quite excited about their new attraction this city has changed dramatically it was quite
a dark city in the last twenty years we've seen it have a number of organizations established such as don the contemporary art center which we're standing outside and that has been a real moment in history and we're seeing another right now i i think increasingly we're seeing lots of people move to the city recent statistics show that one in four children in tandy live in poverty but the criticism that the ninety million euros for the museum should have been spent on social programs doesn't impress city council leader john alexander but when you get it sits upright. that confidence in the people of the city in the businesses that. you know that's more than just that building and we've seen significant investment significant business investment significant optometry less kangal kumar honestly admits that in far off japan he'd never heard of done d. before he entered the competition to design the gallery the architect intended his design to recall scotland's rugged coast and with this new landmark surely
a lot more people will come to hear of done. dancing is a great way to exercise and certainly more fun than going to the gym so some fitness trainers have come up with with a way to get people in shape by combining dancing with striking a pose it's called vogue now you may remember donna made boeing popular and then one nine hundred ninety s. through one of her songs and now some twenty years later as he was to be making a comeback in sports studios in germany here's a closer look. edgy modeling poses high heels and plenty of attitude it might look like a fashion show but this is actually a workout and it's now all the rage in many cities to you vogue features dancing steps and angular arm and body movements rhythmically strung together like models
posing at a photo shoot all set to music. the trend first originated in one nine hundred sixty s. new york playing drag queens would strut their stuff in the ballrooms of harlem. then pop stars like madonna gave vogue a mainstream exposure in one nine hundred ninety. because ya know i'm sure let's go aliased crystal melody is a professional dancer and she's passionate about voting. rights it's given me a lot of self-confidence. you can take on different roles. i've just totally fallen in love with me and that's how i think. crystal millet is now teaching vogue in cologne she told the class once a week when the weather is good she takes her students to the local park the class is open to anyone's. mind we do lines and stretches which means we use our own stickery of various lines and boxes. in the union on box up.
every move and every look needs to be executed precisely. but getting the arms coordinated can prove challenging for the uninitiated. that. it takes a certain amount of courage to perform in public and show your feminine or masculine side but the group soon gets into it. i can't comment on so now we come to one of the key moves in voting and that's the dip. dip that's never been there spoke as if it is you have to judge. look at that again. there are different styles such as new way or. preachers exaggerated theatrical daisies marilyn monroe dipping or throwing
yourself on the floor this is especially popular in. the steps can be fun but it's time for beginners. they're all total pros here but she's actually asked lerner. i'm just glad i haven't broken my ankle yet. of us ms if you can really put power into it and just say. the pulse of the game. is not just a fitness routine it's a chance to sashay those hips and show a different attitude. oh the main thing is to house them fun are as you know your max is active on social media you can like us on facebook and you can also check us out on instagram here's what you'll find on our instagram page. europe at its best your imax brings you the
highlights on instagram stunning landscapes spectacular buildings and mouthwatering delicacy our reporters are constantly on the look out with their cameras we look forward to your comments check out our your maps instagram stories and discover how exciting and diverse your can be. on instagram. time now for something to eat and as we say goodbye to summer it's time to opt for warmer hardier dishes as the days and nights turn a bit colder the czech republic is famous for this type of wheezy and more specifically for a dish called cova it's basically roast beef in a rich cream sauce not exactly something for those of you who may be counting calories like those in our last report but it is ok to indulge every once in a while so bone up fifty.
ok a medieval city in the west of the czech republic the city's thirteenth century castle draws many tourists especially from the nearby spa town the egg a river flows around the base of the castle wall in the shape of an elbow that's would look at means elbow. on the other side of local castle is the hotel kaiser fadi not mean for a former monarch it cultivates tradition the monarchy granted the right to brew beer today it's beer with six point five percent alcohol is served in the vaulted cellar restaurant and weather permitting outdoors on special occasions the restaurant cook suckling pig in an earthen pit. has been chef at the kaiser fed in and for the last five years he likes to prepare hearty food and that suits his fellow czechs. a lot of meat people just like it better
than they do vegetables. cuisine consists primarily of meat dishes just like them better. today peter is going to cook a traditional dish for us. roast beef with cream sauce hotel manager he. buys the ingredients in nearby. look at itself does not have a farmer's market. and i'm not the first i really like to shop at the farmers' markets because everything is fresh and because it supports regional businesses but it's again what you have that is. the manager make sure the media's paying eight hundred grams of beef from the haunch to serve for to be on the safe side even in the universe but it's a little more. just paid for by begins by peeling and dicing two carrots and two parsley roots then chops half a celeriac into one yes. for preparing the beef cut little slits in the meat and
fill them with bacon fat. is important because beef tends to be dry if we had trout the meat becomes more tender. saw on t.v. onions until they're translucent then add to that. place the meat in a pan with a little oil and brown it on all sides. and then into the cooking pot with it together with water and seasoning and let it simmer for at least two hours until the meat is tender. caring streatch is a lot of work that's why here in the hotel we only on special occasions like weddings and birthday. at home. is a special dish because it takes so much time to cook and it was just. one of the beef simmers manager. prepares to the chick eat these dumplings are the chicks
favorite side dish cut about six hard rolls into pieces and pour melted butter over them. mix milk and eggs and pour it over the mixture. then needed thoroughly. but what i'm making here are karlovy vary dumplings they're typical for our region and they're quick you only need ten minutes to make them and another ten minutes to cook. a season's them with parsley. she rolls the dough up in balls and puts them in boiling water for ten minutes the finish dumplings are cut into slices. and what about the meat. when the beef is tender takes it out of the pot for the song cream and purees the vegetable broth. and this is what the festival.
looks like speech with cream sauce and bohemian dumplings chip beer goes well with that and locate you can get the locally brewed beer directly from the barrel. and you can find that recipe on our current website if you want to try it out for yourself right when sharleen fun heigho stirs something up it's usually painted in a pot the german artist has been living and working in new york for the past twenty years where she has established her career she's not really well known in her native germany but she's trying to change that with her latest solo exhibition. from the heils abstract artworks have been on display in major american art galleries for many years but in germany where the artist was born she remains virtually unknown outside the art world now hand to a helen gallery is showcasing sixty of her works they're all about vibrant colors
dynamic lines and abstract shapes added concrete shapes look almost as though they were stuck on after words. are incredibly intricate though charlene's approach is simple enough to spend most of what. i usually start by just letting my hand wander across the campus. and it's fascinating i find my hands knows more than my mind. or my hand tends to automatically produce certain shapes that i could never actively conjure up one a fourth and then over time these lines begin manifesting themselves as shapes. and how it continues painting these lines transform into surfaces extending across the entire canvas. her painting soul rag for example is a jumble of lines shapes mysterious letters and
a tiny patch of yellow tucked randomly in between. how much i love that shade of your. it's like a lemon it totally jumps out at you it's like here i am practically reaches out to the observer. what will the i accept how far can i go like. this it is will certainly need to brace the visual illusions galore nothing is as it seems all of celine fun hurls words are layered some elements shimmy through and some remain vague. the painter also loves taking parts of the older pictures and arranging them on new artworks thereby adding further layers. a couple of my work is essentially about composition that's my dirty secret i'm obsessed with composition. going to cope with your mind. in
creating this work titled road runner shailene applied swift dynamic pain strikes adding black flurries to your layer of paint. while invite meaning forest solitude zigzag shapes seemingly morph into trees. charlene moved to the us in one nine hundred ninety four. she treats a new york studio almost like a kind of stage a place that itself is curated to have a certain look. there comes a pitch or do you define up by vollies love that tacky notion of a so-called art studio help him i've always curated and presented my work space to resemble what a studio supposedly looks like. and when i start a new body of work create one or two paintings to energize the room those works are
full of aggressive energy that electrified the atmosphere. so when you head to the dice toward an exhibition all. see three or four pictures which do just that. on the bones and equate a certain energy within the gallery space life is a form song. so anyone in need of a burst of vitality head on over to hamburg and get an energy refill from charlene for abstract on. the way that we wrap up today show but we will be back tomorrow with the best bits of the week on your imax highlights make sure to tune in for that thing that. i'm going to vision of your own mark starr large show. the magical clips of mentor your agreements attract mountaineers from around the world. by london's famous victoria
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