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changes and most start with small steps and global ideas tell stories of creative people and innovative projects around the world like to use doesn't protect the climate most green energy solutions and reforestation. the community interactive content teaching the next generation about environmental protection and we're determined to build something here for the next generation globe learn to use the multimedia environment series on d. w. . i want to walk into a new week of your remarks with me your host meghan lee as usual we are making our way to all the cultural hotspots in europe here's a look at what's coming up. major neary electronic music producers on the shelves
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are returned with a new album. intrepid spanish fishermen risk of their lives to harvest crews barnacles. groundbreaking how tennis icon steffi graf one a golden flag. will head off the show with a pioneer of electronic music john michel is xan now he's sold over eighty million albums to date and serves as an inspiration to countless musicians and d.j.'s forty years after his successful album equinox he's just relieved release the sequel we're not infinity nashar has always been interested in the future and his new album is no different now we talked to him about it and how rapidly developing technologies impact his compositions.
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electronic music pioneers john has released a new studio album titled equinox infinity it takes listeners to a futuristic world and is the continuation of his one nine hundred seventy eight work equinox. when i did the first week we noticed. we were all hoping about the future we had the kind of appetite for the future a vision for the future where dreamy of the year two thousand and everything would be the cars would fly and everything would be amazing and we do have been slightly disappointed with the two thousand happened and now it seems it seems that we are getting back to this kind of vision of the future. the concept albums ten tracks described the world as it may look in forty years. in particular the effects of artificial intelligence and ever increasing digitization on mankind are central
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themes. has had a fascination with machines and innovations throughout his musical career in one nine hundred seventy six he achieved his international breakthrough with his new album oxygen and. beyond any of his twenty's used synthesizers to create new and never before heard sounds. today the album has sold over twelve million copies. of music for me it was like a cooking like cooking frequencies and loops and beats and with forms in the rather tactile and such a way. and i think that has not changed and became much more popular but this is
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still the same thing when when when you see d.j.'s these days they actually cook it in front of over and in front of the turntables. over the past fifty years has sold more than eighty million copies of his music. his concerts are visually spectacular as well. in one thousand nine hundred seven more than three and a half million people came to his show oxygen in moscow his biggest concert so far . in april twenty seventeen he gave a concert on the shores of the dead sea as part of a campaign to save it from drying up. his album equinox released in one nine hundred seventy eight is also well known for its cover by artist michelle branch. the watchers as our calls them look toward the future. in twenty eighteen they do so again
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they're expected to see one of two extremes on the one hand a life in harmony with technology an artificial intelligence on the other a dystopia in which human beings are ruled by their machines. and i decided also to release the said one with two different covers symbolizing the two potential futures i'm convinced that human beings could only survive the twenty first century if we are evolving good faith both with environmentalists and technology. now age seventy jummy shows you are doesn't see progress as requiring the sacrifice of the tried and true he brought this insight to the production of his new album he used to do the art digital production. on it and more for the sickly notion for the i used some of my knee and the looks into sizes from the
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sixty's and seventy's which is great today is actually the fact that you can mix in the. cool and flexible way and. the digital world. admits that he spent more time with machines and technology than with people even infinity stands as a warning we need to be aware of the effects technological progress will have and decide how much room to get. and we move on to a brief look at other stories on the culture scene starting with carnival season which got underway here in germany last week and more on that at the top of today's express. germany's carnival season kicked off on sunday. tens of thousands of revelers
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took to the streets in the carnival hotspots to ring in the so-called fifth season . highlights will include colorful street parades in many cities around germany. the merry making season ends on ash wednesday. restaurant guide has named both johan is king and young chefs of the year the to work their magic at the. five star hotel on the north sea island. commended the duo for jointly developing an authentic northern german cuisine. another german gorm a chef has been awarded one thousand and a half talks by the french food critics officially making his berlin restaurant of the same name a world class establishment. the michelin guide are the world's best known restaurant guides.
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the song pompey do not like it in southern spain had to do lots of huffing and puffing for its new exhibition under the title build the here inflatable architecture and design it presents blow up objects from the one nine hundred sixty s. and seventy's. at the time inflatable furniture objects and even entire buildings were becoming fashionable the exhibition will run until february tenth two thousand and nineteen. next up one of the most sought after interior and hotel designers in germany estero births this berlin based designer has made her mark on several major hotels here in the german capital and now she's added a restaurant to her repertoire or we hear from her now about how she approaches her various projects. estabrooks close this roof terrace is her pride
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enjoy it off first panoramic views over the rooftops of berlin she designed it for herself and her professional and private partner peter green back at star brute's course is in high demand as an interior designer both in germany and internationally. harma to shaphan i love creating spaces that people will use lay said. that when i created my fairy first. we worked on it for a year straight through. and then to see all the people dancing even on the countertop made me think this is such a gratifying job and i love architecture going to anybody i stick to it. her own apartment has appeared on the cover of a design journal and then september twenty eighth she received the best of interior
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award for her residential designs. condition we don't see invest fine ready to move again because i've gotten to know so many new materials and i have so many new ideas. it's wonderful and important i can try out new things that otherwise wouldn't do for a building contractor. the qualified architect and her staff design bars private residences and restaurants and movie theaters as well. bester brooks course was born to russian jewish immigrants in haifa israel but she grew up in berlin and. she designed the hotel money in downtown berlin including its jungle like garden in the atrium. the third of the here the so i thought you know i want people of every age to feel comfortable here whether hipsters all. small town residents. they shouldn't be
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afraid to come in i wanted to be open and welcoming to everyone. so. today it's more important than ever for a hotel to speak its guest's own language and to represent the city as well as to add something new to it. his latest project in berlin is the l.a. polk a restaurant. ok is a fish salad that surfers brought to california from hawaii and now it's catching on in berlin to the atmosphere esther has created here recalls the laid back californian lifestyle it seems to have copy imaginations of design fans the world over. and. i think it's always important to work with surprises so everything doesn't end up too harmonious and unchanging. so we've come up with a few surprises for the real rooms for example this bryce orange red restroom with
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an entrance in the perfect contrast in color. estabrooks course is happy to see interior design gaining importance in berlin she gets her best ideas while sitting on her terrace her garden of eden as she calls it the perfect spot to plant more i catch in projects for the german capital. now right time to take a trip now thanks to a viewer request from peru that gaar wrote in to us from lima and she would like to know more about northern ireland so today we are heading to belfast now for decades the northern ireland conflict kept visitors at bay but tourism has picked up again since the one thousand nine hundred peace deal now visitors are flocking here to discover the delights that belfast has to offer well lonely planet recently named it one of the world's best the regions to visit in two thousand and eighteen now
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belfast is in. many ways a brand new city with a host of attractions here are some of the highlights. the best way to start a day in belfast is with breakfast incent george's market it's worth a visit just to see the impressive architecture of the indoor market that opened in eighty ninety six a typical breakfast here is the off to fry was good and northern ireland is the potato red the sort of bread and this little thing here which is called battle row you can buy these things in england you can buy these things in scotland are sausages have an irish style like a scene called the list and the list is seaweed. setting off from desmond hand the taxi drives past the city's vast collection of murals there relics of the northern ireland sectarian conflicts known as the troubles
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which flared up between catholics and protestants in the one nine hundred sixty s. and continued for decades. the old you'll find that republicans are celebrating also some of their dad and some of things that happened over the years or so well for example you would have over my shoulder to the right you have the irish republican homers figures that by public stance whereas nature nearly won ten of them died as a result of a protest. high fences and will still separate many parts of the city and that precedent. on the belfast docks is the shipyard where the luxury liner titanic was built a museum commemorates the didn't ship the. world the height of our belden as the c.m. high titanic was from came to prominence deck from the bottom of the ship to the top ninety eight and the yellow funnels on board titanic of the yellowstone. they
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were roughly an all or ninety feet on top of that at the end. ted tannic belfast was opened in two thousand and twelve for the hundredth anniversary of the ship's only voyage alongside replicas of various cabins as the last known photo of the titanic a large part of the exhibit is devoted to the linus construction. or . the sweeping views of belfast head to the victoria square center a few stories up from the shopping concourses is a glass dome but with an average of one hundred fifty four rainy days a year they can be no guarantee of good visibility. nearby belfast city hall is a playful building modeled on other city hall stating from the height of the presses empire. the windows depicting historic events and stained glass are
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a must see to many of the marble clad holes of the council chamber are also open to the public. just outside of town fans of the hit television series game of thrones can visit familiar locations in reality like the dark hedges beech tree lane and the cost of water they can try the hand of the bow and arrow in the original session. if she is far back you might hit the side of her face or nose which we do or do i need them only. am when night falls in belfast it's time for a pint of beer at the corner pop there's a pop on almost every corner armed with a bit of luck it will feature life arash me. sick.
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all right time now for something to eat into the goose barnacles are on the menu this delicacy is harvested by brave fisherman on the galician coast in northern spain now perhaps one reason that these men are willing to risk their lives for these crist ations is because goose monocles are worth their weight in gold they can cost up to two hundred euros per kilo we take a look now at what goes into serving up this spanish specialty. here on the coast of police here on toyota ahead of a yawn is braving the elements to harvest a local delicacy better known as. they're found on rocks like these which makes collecting them both difficult and dangerous. would be harvesting them is very dangerous the waves can smash you against the rocks or carry you out to sea. but
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they're worth the effort as this panic calls are delicious and in great demand but strict harvesting rules apply antonia for example is allowed to collect no more than ten kilos per day provided the ocean is coming up. near the bottom of the too much fear of the ocean it can kill you because it makes you nervous but you need to have a certain respect for it when the conditions are right you should stay clear of the rocks. many restaurants in the town of said they are of the sea if we delicacy they usually cooked insult water and then served. they were popular but pricey treat especially at christmas time. we're sure it doesn't look great taste like to see them are. for when they're really juicy it's the taste of nature on a growth that it's an exclusive product something you treat yourself to just once
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in a while don't you. back in the antonio options of his daily catch he earns about thirteen hundred euros per month selling the crustaceans even if the price of oil in fluctuates today he's only got smaller specimens earning him just under twenty euros. a year some days you might make five hundred or six hundred euros other days conditions are so bad you can even put out to sea especially in winter. and so each evening and ten years scans the ocean to gauge if it will become enough the next day to go out and collect. one of the world's most expensive delicacies. one hundred years ago women in germany won the right to vote now in light of this we are profiling extraordinary female individuals who have made an exceptional contribution in the world tennis legend steffi graf is one of those women now and she is one of the most successful tennis players of all time and the only player to
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this day to have achieved a so-called calendar golden slam that's when you win all the major titles plus gold at the olympics in the same year graf officially retired from the game in one thousand nine hundred nine but her impact on the sport continues to this day. thanks hundred eighty eight was the year for steffi graf first she triumphed at the australian open. then she took the french open. next came wimbledon and she remained undefeated at the u.s. open. then to crown it all she won olympic gold at the summer games in seoul. name and have so far nobody thought i could achieve that so early i'm sure they'll
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be losses again at some point that's completely normal. prof was three when she held her first tennis racket. she was coached by her chairman father peter cox. at thirteen she started taking part in grand slam tournaments her rapid rise ignited a nationwide tennis fervor in germany along with the successes of boris becker who grew up nearby in a town in boston for timberg. we'll have mines that would fall and that would be a really good time to so say should men bond with great trainers and a family like environment if it started with my victory at wimbledon and nine hundred eighty five and then step you caught up and i won her title just to go to another team to the want to thank her breakthrough came in one nine hundred eighty seven when she was only eighteen. at the french open she unseated martina navratilova to become the world number one. she's six three
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my quick and fast and i knew how to play the game really no weakness i mean her back and she was always there for her it was a huge weapon but she neutralized everything with her back and as well because she was two great mover. in one thousand nine hundred eighty. the clash made history when she won the golden slam all four grand slams and a limpid gold in the space of one tennis season a feat boris becker couldn't match running who could talk to me that i just wasn't good enough if she did better than me an eighty eight i was glad to win even one grand slam a year and she got loads of a good music i'm off to. russia is still the only tennis player to have completed the golden slam in one calendar year. or so and i think there are so many outstanding athletes especially in recent years i'm sure somebody will manage it again. this summer. or i'm not going to make it i think she will hold on to the record for a very long time has. been nine hundred eighty nine germany's tennis fever reached
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its peak thanks to the joint forces of steffi graf and boris becker. that was when we both won wimbledon on the same day in july the german president because i want to buy it circa was there in the royal box and it was a special moment for. moments that a torch was. alongside her golden slam steffi graf holds another record she was ranked world number one for three hundred seventy seven weeks longer than any other tennis player. thanks by the mid ninety's she suffered increasing injuries her father's conviction on charges of tax evasion was a further follow. rush made a comeback in june one nine hundred ninety nine winning the french open against martina hingis in one of the most spectacular matches of her career thank you ever
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felt like she got nervous she was just you know she was very fair it was a pleasure like answer and i was like it up but it is still a lot. in august nine hundred ninety nine steffi graf announced her shocked departure from the sport thank you. i knew i would get emotional. she withdrew from the public eye and married american tennis star andre agassi they moved to las vegas and started a family. she set up a foundation called children for tomorrow that supports young people affected by war and just placement. peace and i enjoy my foundation very much so i feel like i'm exactly where i should be right now i consider myself very lucky she always was private and when she was playing she really did the absolute minimum because that's that's where she is so i wish she would support the sport a little more but you do what works for you and this lifestyle obviously works for
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her so well part of her. to figure out a role model and sporting pioneer. and finally before we go we want to let you win on this week's drop in the spirit of this series pioneering women we would like to know which woman is your personal role model just go to our website for all the details on how to purchase a bait and you could qualify to win any exclusive your own max watch and with that it is time to say goodbye as always for me on the rest of the career max thanks for joining in the seeing and tomorrow. we're. still waiting to take over as monaco the eternal crown prince is known for his social consciousness and love of organic farming the king in waiting next time on your own.
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