Themen: Musik, Film, Heiteres
God, what's happening in the world! A reality check on the web.
According to the UN, one of the most persecuted minorities in the world.
Reality Check: Where imperial powers fight their battles.
Reality Check: A dangerous situation just became deadly.
Political watcher Thomas Hofer gives us his insight. Also we head to Bangkok to catch up on protests there.
APA HBF/ANDY WENZEL
But what about the protests outside the Hofburg?
Hodder and Stoughton
Julian Read was in the White House motorcade as President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas. He was also one of the first to address the world's media about the unfolding drama. He spoke with Reality Check's Steve Crilley.
Ed Snowden's revelations alleging that America and Britain's spy agancies have been cracking encryption technology. Computer security expert Graham Cluley tells Reality Check more.
James Stone/Plan International
Trying to get an education can be dangerous.
FM4 / Steve Crilley
A critical voice of the conservative Fidesz government in Hungary has finally been allowed to retain its radio license.
But what impact will a comedian have in these Italian elections? Reality Check heads to Rome.
But are we getting a sanitised version of history. Reality Check sits down with historians and film-makers.
Japanese trash culture hits the MAK. But is manga really art? We take a look.
The killing of women by men because they are women.
Finally, Democrats have got what they had been dreaming of: a second term for President Obama.
A few apples, a pen, a bit of paper and a calculator. Getting ready for the big election night in Washington.
The poll of polls has been released. Is Mitt Romney about to pull off a very unconventional win?
Bisher 8 Kommentare
His late unexpected October Surprise was Mother Nature.
This time opposition movements have come together with a credible challenger to Hugo Chávez. But what's really at stake with these elections?
Phyllis Diller has passed away. She was one of a kind: a comedy legend on the early American standup scene. But who's following in her footsteps?
Mari Lang / Radio FM4
A midwife vs the Hungarian state. Criminalized for championing home births.
Übersicht: Alle ORF-Angebote auf einen Blick