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africa. stories for both people of different shaping their nation. and their continent africa. stories about motivational change makers taking their destiny you speak to their. d.w. t.v. series for the first. d.w. dot com africa. i want to welcome to another edition of the show i'm your host meghan lee from kids to fish we have a mixed bag on the show today here's a look at what's coming up. working contraptions a spanish inventor creates all kinds of crazy devices for peaceful paradise to
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relax and explore on the island of the chic or wealthy in the north sea. his summer fish dish a kind of lonely income for carers a traditional desktop. this is if he is the mother of all invention but for you to over and inventor ivan miranda having fun is his main goal miranda invents all sorts of objects from a remote controlled beach cars to a sand drawing robot well his inventions don't always so report but they have gained a large following on you tube we caught up with him in action in spain. i only one we had a going to make my dad go on. an attack with colorful account of. the . ukulele from a three d. printer. red beach bug movement in
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floats. well almost. these are all creations by spanish inventor even around here he is on san sebastian bay at six thirty in the morning along with the music one of the contraptions he designed in dissembled himself. if that's what i want to but i do this is a robot that can write anything i want in the sound. and i play yeah i built it because i want to get it without going to doesn't have a publisher in itself. but when i have an idea and i kid i have to do something with it no matter how much. the inventor filmed his sand drawing robots first test run and uploaded it onto you tube. within four weeks the video got more than two hundred thirty thousand hits the
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robots writing was upside down at first but loved it anyway. so. and this is out it looks right side up. to really be able to use the beach as his drawing board miranda had to get there early that's when the tide is low in the sand especially smooth and no sunbathers or swimmers have left any footprints yet the weight if there's no coming out of it if anybody got it draws and writes everything i want in the sun and make it so cold . when he's not testing his creations in the sand iran is tinkering with them in his workshop in the middle of science. bachchan. today he's repairing his remote control tank. now thirty eight he's been fascinated by electronic and digital gadgetry since he was a kid. in
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addition to his part time office job the family man can now worn a living from clips like these he thinks being a you tuber is the best job i've ever. seen and i think. you can see that i had to fight it this time because there are legitimate projects that would be so serious that it would take all the fun out of it. i get in contrast where i can crash my tank and i can make it loud foster and read anything i want and to get me to go to something i think that's what people like about my videos give it a look at it without it. goes almost seventy thousand subscribers on you tube and they like the videos where everything goes wrong. fortunately he always has
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a replacement because he prints the individual components himself in the workshop. they can be combined to make a skateboard. or hand crank electronic music box. my music. to compensate for that his technical abilities are much less limited but is completely self-taught. not many users can recreate his remote controlled ever craft but they follow the creation of his projects and write lots of comments on the little bit of the label like to follow a project from start to finish that captivates there because in the end something has been created that i was. doesn't it i mean they want to see me making mistakes and owning from them just as i don't only show the positive but also the negative. you know i the way that break up. before he takes his writing robot out onto the
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beach he programs the kind of lettering he wants. runs inventions have a short life span he can store them in a small workshop anyway usually either gives them away or has to scrap them. from the drawing board to completion it took even the round of three weeks to make his writing robot and this time he's printing a very special message on the beach in san sebastián. just for the right moving on now to a brief look at other stories making headlines on the cultural scene starting with a look back at berlin in the ninety's that and more coming up in today's express. a new exhibit opened in berlin on this day that takes business back to the nine
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hundred ninety s. begins that felt at the foot of the bed and while i considered it she chatted in the post-war history of the german capital. they was it that they said sense of freedom and creativity back that. the celtic that's a windy city on the soundtrack of those years was techno music it stood for progress the future expectations and all. that music was full of hope for change it was like in the year two thousand and something we'll all be dancing naked around the victory column and there will be world peace feat. the exhibition called night she's been also teaches the love parade which was held every year from nine hundred eighty nine to two thousand and three. swedish model combat turns fifty on saturday in the one nine hundred ninety s. he was one of the world's best known models. designer gianni versace often used
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chinking bag in his fashion shows he's an imposing figure at one meter ninety three he also hosts docs in the us citizenship. you don't often see marcus in combat in fashion shows these days but he's still one of the industry's top. officials in the southwestern german town of lund out have come up with some creative ways to keep their animals cool during the current heat wave some good ice cream bush pigs are served frozen dog food topped with sunflower seeds. that chimpanzees enjoy an apple flavored popsicles. record high temperatures have been recorded across europe and it doesn't look like this heat wave is going to end anytime soon. keep those cold showers been running.
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all this week we've been taking you on trips to various islands across europe and the caribbean but today we are staying closer to home and heading to the german island of speak. it's one of the east friesian islands located located off the north german coast because it is only reachable by ferry thanks to only a few hundred residents and abundant natural landscape the island has a very tranquil feeling about it. these seventy beaches stretch for kilometers on all sides is the working sea world heritage site this is just to be eight hundred square kilometer island of speak oak appreciate the tranquillity. you know to play it up before i definitely like the absence of cars and it's got a bit of the quality of zoot but without all the hubbub of in the way he told me and i love you just keep coming back. of the east freezing night and speak oh ok is
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the dream on trees lined the roads but no cause trouble them and no spotlights would slow them down if they did the holiday makers enjoy the slow pace. it's an ideal place to start the day with a bit of yoga on the water. beats. the yoga mat here is a stand up paddle board the boards are anchored in a small a goon ninety minutes will make everybody fit to meet the day. fifty year old moxie noir bucket came to the island three years ago she can't imagine a better place to live and work. in enough to here in the midst of nature breathing in everything that's around you and you come out of the water and think cool and glad i did that and it doesn't matter what it looked like . because. at the eastern end of speak it's a bit built a national park cost and high tech and shows visitors the beauty of the osce plata
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. are despicable as part of the lower saxony walk in c. and we speak of the girls are convinced that it's the prettiest part but the whole coastline here is their water and sea national park or the basic idea is to let nature be nature to let the natural processes unfold with as little interference as possible. and that's been especially successful here on the last platter. some people come here to be seen others go out to sea they just have to set sail once out of both hot classing tests his students knowledge of the rope in one hand the tiller in the other groves ropes or for mountain climbing the ponies toes but for sailing outlines earrings azer is when there is figures there. arm but in general tone of this is a sheet a main sheet you have to gather up the main sheet so tight that the sail won't spill the whole spill means flaps you see it's flapping all over so haul it up tighter pull your right hand to your left just don't let it go here oh no it's
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great exactly but more. the north sea is one of the most challenging areas on earth for sailing the sand banks the ebb and flow and currents have spelled many a sale is due. back on land it's like a ride in the park with a one horse power engine speaker is famous for its horse drawn railway the last to survive in germany. tama pulls the cars along one hundred thirty year old narrow gauge track in line is also there was a popular destination for daytrippers back then at the time of the kaiser's a restaurant on the do it with a view of the sea the gift of buddha as a frisian word a gift but there is something to be had to be improved or drink if. that's in order to be for the real way it was built i just said to walk that one point seven kilometers mostly across the sand made by a speck head so they realized something had to be done to make the trip
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a bit easier that i still hope. that fifteen minute rail journey ends at the west end terminal deck and then in a genuine east frizzy and runs the old lever me cafe in what used to be that heated pool. with intermission up we're a little off the beaten path even for the day trippers where there are more for our many regulars radius of this of course is the last stop for the horse drawn railway many older people take it to the beach since the crabs can be pretty long here so they can walk some and then take the railway it's quite a good thing it's all a little i won't say alternative but hey we're no fast food place. so i think it was in kind of. an alternative to speak many hotels would be the campground behind the dunes right on the beach in the don't base of some of the fine sandy beach joints tourists here in droves.
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at the end of a long day we put back out to sea in captain will jacob's fishing boat no visit is complete without a trip to the seal called in these. harbor seals and rare grey seals boston the evening sun as laid back as most everything else on speaker the green knight and. time now to disclose the winner of this week's the drop now we have asked you what you would take to a desert island here's some of the answers our viewers sent in our no one d.s. from sri lanka would take his wife with him and francisco martinez from venezuela his moped danielle sierra from hunter s. chose a special japanese and knife and christina will kind of from blue for us to take sunscreen quite a wise choice but the winner is linearly intel from germany who would take her cats
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with her very cute cat. congratulations you have won yourself a euro max watch. when it is hot outside like it is here in berlin and also in many parts of europe right now the appetite tends to wane so fish is always a good summer alternative to a hearty meal for today's all our cards we're going to sample a specialty from northern spain as you can find out what that is right now. during a summer vacation by the mediterranean nights a feeling that seems to come down fast. they can be found among the old cuisine dishes served at the sun paddles boss questran in a former mana stream a lot of ex demand. shafik to come as favorite dishes
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a salt called salads simple yet sophisticated and for me memories play an important role in dining that's when you need something that's top quality and at the same time it reminds you of your childhood and it's the best sensual experience you're going to have as a man you're going to. taste ponce have already learned this in our childhood. we're not pure emotions about ike's dining out experience but i mean we hear him and they gave us an idea. that we're going to call my spines the vegetables for my salad at the street market in the nearby town of lana's tomatoes sweet green onions bell peppers and green beans. then he heads for a fish store that only sells salted and dried card preserve using a traditional method card has almost no fat so it's a soups the salt completely through the pores and the fish doesn't spoil.
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it by this piece here the midsection from the back of the provision of the it's been soaked in water for five days and then another two days with the water being changed three or four times a day to draw out the salt. you know in iowa now it's become quite a bit thicker again as it is to take this piece here i mean it's got its original coloring back and it's ready to take it with i will call or. you're very nice i'll take card is a staple in catalan cuisine it's eaten fried steam little roll it was once considered a poor man's favorite but now it features on the menu seventy. restaurants back in the restaurant it doesn't take long to make the salad. to. cut the green onions
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marinate them the way cherry even into and set them aside. diced the to mars has his hands clean bell pad. quickly launch the flaps been plunged into cold water and come into slices. now the fish by hand. but again you do it by hand because you have to separate the fish from the white nerve fibers running through it. you want to get rid of them to make the fish clean and transparent. that's a lot of work but it produces a wonderful purity of flavor. not when i get the well that. makes the vegetables in a ball. dress the salted fish with chinese blossoms and all the foil.
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ideally sterrett with a fork. now it's time to serve the sound layer for one day out. of the tomato then the fish and then there were rest of the vegetables so. when a fish is deep frozen to preserve it as it is done nowadays that changes the taste but i'm powerless remembers what it once knew that rooted in our memories not less there's less and all of us never forget as the authentic tends to fix he was one of them and that's why so much a card has a pot of gold made cooking today top. songs can't salad. a traditional day sram catalonia that's the chief stain tense.
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want to know more about european lifestyle and culture visit euro max on facebook. you'll find highlights from our programs. three hundred sixty degree videos of the most beautiful places in europe and snapshots taken by our reporters take an exclusive look behind the scenes at how the program is produced and follow us on facebook life. we love it when fans visit our facebook page and give us their feedback visit d.w. euro max on facebook. normally when we visit a place and it pleases us we want to take a bit of it back home with us so we take a photo or buy a souvenir but what do you do with all of those kitschy little things once you have them at home well swiss official refer. arranges hers in a kind of altar dedicated to her memories of places and people well it seems that
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a lot of folks do that so she decided to photograph them and it's all come together in a book entitled alter. vacation souvenirs knickknacks every day odds and ends arranged at home or at the office like design little still lifes just about everyone has them so his photographer who also shall macaws the house all to us. i. have got a whole bunch of them. so naturally she took her first photos of these alters in her own home in zurich. decision look at these astronauts my kids bought these kids objects from a machine and set him up like they were doing a circle dance so he. said hey look gay astronauts on the moon.
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and wall and here we have a whale from one of my daughters it's quite artistic. i've got a lot of this stuff millions of objects really it's like a collective work of art a little like. joseph boys once said that everyone is an artist you can't deny that there's a certain amount of style in these kinds of all tis fearlessly composed and shaped into a simple arches but it can be confusing for other up service. what is the connection between these animals and walnut oil. and what's this. humans like to collect things but why we also have the photobook alter asked a psychotherapist to write some text to accompany the picture. he said
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these secular authors have one thing in common with religious authors. and is there really great song repositories you know the items on display you have no religious try you meet they simply remind us of something that was important or personal to us. that makes sense. so what's all that behind have. the. dust in those or terra cotta figurines from africa and the main reason i have them is that i couldn't afford egypt and statues and. show me your culture and i'll tell you who you are. who knows what personal stories lie behind the photographs that appear in the book. by the way all the photos have had some details removed for privacy reasons only the photographer knows the whole story. this is.
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this photo comes from an elderly woman who ended up in a retirement home all her clock show a different time. and that's one of the major themes here the transition nature of time. we still haven't lost of questions why would anyone build a computer called boat. and on those flying saucers kneeling on the wall you can kind and say you can't really just sign for the meetings behind these things. for example it doesn't have to mean that there's likely nobody or that the flyswatter represents solder on mars or tendencies or anything like that. and. we did manage to find out that the fly swatters belonged to the photographer himself she bought them one day on a whim at a flea market know the cost of her collection of all to see. it can become
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a bit obsessive if every object you discover suddenly becomes worthy of collecting and presenting. but i'm not the only one who has these kinds of alters my friends have them too so i just asked them whether i could photograph them yet. it's so rare as this project took on a life of its own but she underwent attaining collection of private shrines to pay tribute to some of the most treasured possessions. there with that we wrap up today's show if you missed any of our reports be sure to check us out online and of course follow us on facebook we will be back tomorrow with the highlights and the best picks of the week until then thanks for watching. this time on your all mass the highlights of the week tropical dream caribbean islands with an unmistakable european flair. ancient legend count dracula
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