Themen: Musik, Film, Heiteres
Letters from a shrinking globe: around the day in 80 worlds.
Is justified criticism about "Putin's Olympics" slipping into Russia-bashing?
Brent Stirton/ Human Rights Watch
The most expensive Winter Games in history get underway. Was it money well spent?
Tired of the ice and mud? Time for a bit of winter escapism.
On World Cancer Day, the WHO warns of a "tidal wave" of cancer as governments are urged to invest more in prevention.
Three years ago, a crash at Kitzbühel left Hans Grugger in a coma. Now he is philosophical about the risks of skiing.
For this Saturday's Reality Check Special I sit down with Sigi Grabner who wants to end his glittering 20 year snowboard racing career at the Sochi Olympics.
Team Contains Powder
A hotly contested film competition at the Kitzbühel Freeride Weeks
Moldova looks west, much to the annoyance of Russia.
Cairo-based rapper Deeb on the political instability in Egypt.
WWF/ Jürgen Freund
Australia, the world's largest per capita emitter of carbon, has been criticised for not to send a minister to climate talks in Warsaw. It`s government seems openly climate sceptical. Why?
ORF Radio FM4/Chris Cummins
In rural Moldova many villages are cut off from running water and forced to use dangerously polluted wells. An Austrian project is trying to make a difference.
A visit down a 200km long wine cellar in Moldova - and a taste of hope for "Europe`s poorest country".
An interview with Rush screenwriter Peter Morgan - the man who fictionalized Blair, the Queen and Idi Amin.
A report suggest dozens of poor migrant workers die every month as Qatar prepares for its World Cup party
Denis Sinyakov / Greenpeace
Greenpeace says their ship the Arctic Sunrise has been "stormed" by Russian agents. An interview with an activist.
FM4 / Chris Cummins
An "Ice Ride" to protest against plans to drill in the Arctic
The grey areas of the green energy revolution.
A trek across the crevasse-ridden Folgefonna glacier in Norway.
chris cummins / radio fm4
A wet and bumpy trip to the "extreme sports capital of Europe": Voss in Norway.
Ride For Your Rights - a group of activists are pedalling 5000 km from Austria to Ankara to push for more student mobility.
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