Themen: Musik, Film, Heiteres
Letters from a shrinking globe: around the day in 80 worlds.
Five weeks after the terror attacks in Paris the tourists are still scarce but the city is defiant. A love letter to the French capital.
We have a deal on fighting climate change - heralded as a "historic turning point". Do we have a plan to save the planet?
The stakes are incredibly high - as climate negotiations go into extra time. A Briefing on what to watch out for at COP21.
The US Secretary of State makes an empassioned speech, a polar bear roars, but will we get "climate justice"? A fascinating day in Paris.
Protesters at the Paris climate change summit say a much heralded forest protection scheme dispossesses the poor and absolves the rich of responsibility. A "false solution" for global warming?
Heavily-armed soldiers patrol the streets of Brussels, while inside their glassy buildings EU officials grapple with maintaining European values in an era of terror.
Does the influence and power of corporate lobbyists water down environmental and health protection and outweigh the democratic will of European voters?
Ahead of the Meeting to Save The Planet 2:0 - there is (believe me!) some grounds for optimism.
It's official - Batman, some raindrops and a Samba band agree: We need climate action now.
A dark stain on corporate responsibility - Shell is accused by Amnesty International of "manifestly failing" to fulfill its promise to clean up the Niger Delta.
How Europe's last great virgin forest in Romania is being destroyed and an Austrian company is accused of complicity.
On the eve of Vienna's election, what might the future bring for mobility in the city?
As the Nepalese authorities move to reduce crowding on Everest, we speak to Peter Habeler, part of the first team to climb the great mountain without supplementary oxygen.
Global food security expert Tim Benton says the roots of our current refugee crisis can be linked back to extreme weather fuelled by climate change.
Human rights lawyer Manfred Nowak says that by making asylum applications so difficult, the EU has made desperate refugees reliant on smugglers.
Fidesz politician Anna Magyar defends the 170km anti-migrant fence on Hungary's border with Serbia.
The Georg Danzer house in Vienna's 19th district is trying to give young refugees a helping hand in a new life.
Post-crash, Latvia suffered the worst recession and the harshest austerity in Europe. Its recovery has been impressive. Are there lessons to be learned?
Finding ways of tackling extremism worldwide - a Saturday Reality Check Special.
The Europride 2015 in Riga, Latvia starts today. Anti-gay protests are expected to turn out in force to counter the party. That's why Riga is the right host city, say organizers.