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the clippers used to create solutions and reforestation. they created interactive content teaching the next generation about environmental protection and were determined to build something here for the next generation globalised years the multimedia environment series d.w. . everyone welcome to another exciting edition of your macs with me or host meghan lee we've got lots of ground to cover there right here's a look at what's coming up. freestyle extreme athletes benedict to meyer tears of up on the slopes. the fast food the top chefs shows us how to cook breast for christmas in just five minutes. and the jazz age of reliving the roaring
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twenty's style. we kick off today show with one of germany's exceptional free styling talents benedict meyer well for him normal slopes just won't cut it he continuously pushes his limits by conquering the steepest mountains or the narrowest of peace meyer's talents took him to the olympics in sochi in two thousand and fourteen or freestyle scaling skiing knows no limits and when you watch myron axin you will see that he knows no limits either so let's take a look now and you'll see what i mean. jim and free ski of benedict my assets off on his terrifying descent down equally steep still the opossums. together with his friend marcos
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a different south to roll he crosses the mountain road nineteen times with a daring acrobatic chance this footage was actually filmed last summer. but milan has only just released it now. it was challenging because it was incredibly steep it made it so little snow that meant we couldn't make any mistakes our jumps had to be perfect and we had to keep up our momentum so as not to slide down the mountain the descent took just three minutes but the preparation took two years. it took several months just to get the snow ready with the help of excavators and snow grimace still below pass connex italy's long body reaching the south to roll its italy's highest mountain possible altitude of more than two thousand seven hundred fifty meters the winding mountain road is special to. the road is
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legendary because of the way it is and how it was built after driving up while he's felt carsick because of the many bands that stayed in my memory is just so i thought i want to do something here. the twenty nine year old manages to skate in the stream a challenging environments because he has years of experience already as a child he enjoyed trying out new skiing moves over the years he grew to become one of europe's finest free riders and in twenty four changed he was the only german to take caution the newly created slope style competition at the winter olympics. forgiveness in the course was already there and we could decide for ourselves how to ride it it was up to us which tricks we wanted to perform whether to spin left or right somersault or not it's a really creative sport. benedicts soon felt the rules of the new
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olympic freeskiing discipline was stifling his creativity so he set off for iceland and alaska to ski through pristine untouched nature far from regular ski slopes. it was all. that special being up on top of a mountain all by yourself. you know that your scent will be a unique experience. like in alaska for example that was scary turtle because these are mighty mountains after all but it's possible to use that fear and to tell yourself you'll give it a go anyway otherwise every want to be free right so you know there's an element of fear involved sure. sounds with a you know. benedict model likes to keep pushing the boundaries of free speech he keeps thinking up new and more extreme tricks in
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johnson county documents his efforts on film. you don't always want to do the same thing well in this sport imagination is essential because without it nothing can develop that's our new tricks new jumps come about each person sees a mountain differently that first the stelvio pass project was just an idea in my head you have to imagine how something like that could look when you put it down on paper and in the end you stand there and it's reality and then you have to see it. pretty writing over to still be a pos it's certainly a highlight in benedict minus sporting career to date but that unusual trip has also given him many new ideas to further wild adventures in the snow.
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more lane has a new star attraction that plus the dramatic life of a sixteenth century scottish queen his european screams those stories and more coming up in today's express. the film mary queen of scots had its european for mayor in london on monday. on the red carpet where lead actress search for ronan and margot robbie hooper tres elizabeth the first film had its world premiere in the u.s. last month. the historical drama explores the life of mary stuart the reign over scotland in the sixteenth century she was beheaded for allegedly plotting to assassinate her english rival elizabeth the first. the little polar
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bear born at byrne institute of punk soon on december the first has reached its first milestone it's now drinking eleven times a day and mother tanya is taking good care of her cub zookeepers i'm happy with its progress though they have stayed away from the birthing den to avoid in danger and the young animals life it will take another eight weeks before a vet can ascertain what the billions knew as polar bear is male female. in iceland the usual that are underway under thirteen days before christmas thirteen of these your lives for now as they're known in icelandic come to town one by one. here these traditional figures from icelandic folklore are being portrayed by actors every day new you learn derives from the mountains until they're all together on christmas eve. still they're not the most pleasant of characters each one is a prankster with a negative trait like swiping sausages or stealing leftovers from pots.
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continuing now in the theme of christmas traditions and this time of year is great for get togethers with lots of food but if you want to avoid spending lots of time in the kitchen preparing holiday meals then chef robin. yes the recipe for you today he shows us how to repair a main course for christmas in just under five minutes now how extraordinary is that. to market secrets that and today i'm going to make the quickest christmas stuck around i'm taking a duck breast which normally should be cooked slowly until it reaches an inner temperature of sixty to sixty two degrees celsius reduced but i haven't got that long so i'm going to cut off
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a few slices and sauté them on both sides though not too long or the middle become dry and we don't want that to happen in the form so a put in a bit of olive oil in the pan or butter i'm a big fan of butter then when it's hot the meat goes into the hands at home take time to make good food that's important but here i'm showing how fast things can go get the outside result in a stupid little number you blew so here we have some butter a staple in traditional kitchens and once again we melt it in a hot pan were serving kale with our duck cool people usually know kale that's been cooked to death cool but we have some here that's fresh really fresh and fix when it's still smalls you can buy it everywhere from a few hours of. visible so then we put a bit of butter into the frying pan and add a bit of sugar always so it can be brown or white sugar and then we let it karma lies very quickly for. simple tools and you need to keep an eye on the temperature add a bit of salt and that's it this is our it's nothing more that's false ms english
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sort of normal so here we have simple oranges which i think go great with the can but i think everyone knows that you know cut them into segments i haven't got that much time so they'll be a bit chunkier. then toss them into the frying pan so it doesn't take that long. luckily i only have to make one dish at home to take your time so good food takes time all sides. to guns in the marketplace and padded dash of porches to make a sauce for the kale should still be really crisp like it is here. cordoned off which will this disconnect the science or you just have to make sure that it's covered with water but there isn't a bit of the kale needs to be glazed but not cooked to death full size as it should retain its shape and right and still be crisp in the end of the sign so you add a little sugar and in the few minutes we have left we'll try to make a sauce out of it to make it a bit more christmassy a little cinnamon a little star a nice and
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a few clothes so some of now duck here let's turn up the heat a little then add a bit of salt. a little mystery guys all. you get here are sauces reducing things off. of the shore or calles done for who tries to put it to the side and then add it to the duck just before serving the ends of all here are sauce needs reducing a little more so you can always add some honey. that binds the sauce together a little bit sometimes and sam and house are tough doing. well today most is going to be what's very important if you can is to look around and buy your duck breast from good local farmers people but of course you can find it in every supermarket especially around christmas time where you can also buy it
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frozen. so. let it thaw well in the refrigerator and then basically do what i do but slower and not so wild. in the freezer. so you will see save the duck is done super let's look at our sauce it's almost done there's not much left so much time to start serving on least that's what i mean for the way clayton place is so where should we start the woman from as a. name and with the duck breast. the spoon. one two. three i know you can see there's a little juice coming out of the mint that's ok for you the new spoon now i really have to hurry this i never do this in a restaurant but it's fun oh yes there's the kale and now add a little sauce as insoles so it's really important that the spices stay in the pans does it evolves in hopefully in spite of everything it'll still look appetizing. of
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which it was this an old don't you'll then come the oranges that were cooked with the sauce and go on top of one two three to make it a feast for the eyes garnish it with marigold or a flower that's in season i bet i've beaten the clock. to this earth. pretty amazing there are i what images come to mind when you think of the typical german or maybe our new face book series that so are german we'll give you some ideas there's more. than. one to be called burn them this pokes fun. typically germany idiosyncrasy. something to go germany. i don't know
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w a max facebook. blackpool in northwestern england was once a playground of the rich and famous but that was some two hundred years ago today the seaside resort is best known for its pleasure beach amusement park and more down to earth residents well one photographer named benita a was fascinated by what she saw in blackpool so she decided to capture life there over a period of two days and tonight and the result of her work is this book which gives readers an interesting impression into britain's working classes. black bulls beach promenade. people here seem tense almost as if they're on the run. yet they're only looking for a little distraction and maybe
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a bit of luck. the dance effect is all of this hustle and bustle this running back and forth the fish and chips in the cell phones everyone's there to experience as much as possible as much as possible to enjoy play games to discover it's like they're all in a huge hurry in a big rush to do it all. physicians to shuffle berlin based photographer beneath his or harder if captured forty eight hours in the life of black holes. the sides of homemade los vegas style flair and a familiar looking ferris wheel the seaside resort on england's north west coast even boasts a replica of the art will tower. for close to a century working class brits have come here to play the slot machines or visit the amusement park been made just a cauldron wound up in blackpool by chance but was immediately drawn to the place.
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in blackpool she found little pleasure at the pleasure beach amusement park avoid the isle of dogs i even though everyone's there to escape from their daily routine to relax there's little joy in the air. this woman for example she's leaning against this pillow holding her bag and looking up when she looks completely lost as if she's freezing or something on asms if i had to ask myself what's happening in blackpool i found myself asking this question all the time it's like a story is being told behind the scenes. into the coolies and that's wrong. for photos show the disillusionment and frustration of britain's working classes who've suffered from government cutbacks and feel they've been left behind socially and economically. today blackpool draws the needy people who might have voted for bracks it purely out of protest people who long to forget their poor and unemployed just for one weekend many come looking to recapture the light hearted days of their
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childhood. as gifted the lot of us about this sense of returning to their childhood there's the old tram the horse drawn carriages the way the children their dress with the boat in their hair in the skirts. among the it's kind of like the people want to retreat to the good old days at least subconsciously with. support it shoots from the hip to capture the moment in all its intensity she grew up in russia in the us her images of blackpool are often blurry but rich in contrasts and cleverly composed they've been published in her book forty eight hours blackpool which was played i have to react without thinking too much and if i spend time searching for the perfect angle the moment will be lost and so you hunt look and shoot and often you see something before you realise what you've seen is in hot. so
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hundred tries to capture moments in which people don't realize they're being observed moments which show them as they really are. her photos are often portraits of despair. and the young people who could do well and the girl you see he is chewing on his cell phone she's crying and her makeup surrounding makeup life. with forty eight hours blackpool been need to survive on dr who's created a moving portrait of britain's working classes and provided a glimpse of the dark underbelly of british society that breaks it will better these people's lot seems as unlikely as the chances of hitting the jackpot at blackpool slot machines. well those photos of blackpool seem very clear in their meaning but other artists leave much to the imagination so far weekly high
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five series we foresee gather a listen for artists whose works will make you look twice so here are. five european artists who will have you well being your eyes in amazement. can use coral hole in one in a donut hole. or mow the lawn on a kiwi or sunbathe on dried apricots these imaginative miniature worlds were created by french duo mini me on their fifth on our ranking of amazing artists though these delectable works are just the icing on the cake photographing meals for cookbooks is the couple's bread and butter. these works look like pencil sketches but they're not there elaborate why are sculptures suspended in space by portuguese. just davido leave
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a hero who takes fourth place in our ranking of amazing artists. to only be heroes creations are meticulously crafted but could be easily mistaken for quick line drawings. a brilliant optical illusion. but here too nothing is quite as it seems look closely and you'll notice these aren't actually painted human bodies. these words are the brainchild of souter old body painter johana starter and his team. they take third place in our ranking of artists who are brilliant illusionist. their creations constantly keep us guessing what's real and what's not. a lion cage to slide inside a motorbike cradle. at a diving platform without a pool. can these be real know their peculiar miniature worlds of german artist
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who comes in second in our ranking at first glance his creations look almost monday night until viewers start noticing their bizarre details. high definition photographs that feature elaborately fabricated nightmare scenarios which play with our perceptions. they're the works of swedish photo artist eric johansson who takes the top spot in our ranking. his clever combination of real landscapes and models creates apocalyptic fantasies that are nothing short of stunning. the only after he edits the images on his computer is the illusion truly complete it's hard not to fall for johansson is works. time now for a trip back in time to the roaring twenty's this jazz age is alive and well in
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berlin things to the parties organized by a boy. entertainer constantine ski friends the event for the party goers which combines a bit of vaudeville and cabaret while the audience members get into the mood by dressing in one nine hundred twenty s. attire absent of all modern amenities and that includes the use of mobile phones and audience members love it this way. i know there. are ladies and gentlemen i know my name is coco and in case you've forgotten welcome to both. i am so over. the course there's an extra bit coco is a very extroverted character he's loud and flamboyant and he is an essential part of me. constantine proper aussie all coco is the master of ceremonies of the nine hundred twenty steamed bohem. he discovered his passion for this era
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through his love of fashion. i love the feeling of wearing a suit but it gives me great pleasure suits are absolutely wonderful. this is one of that's not the night life is like a refuge where we can just be in the moment and forget all the things that bother us everything bad and everything that worries us we can just be ourselves for a night. i don't know. let's roll so it's our. coco has been part of the bow in savannah parties for eleven years now he's seen it grow increasingly popular. and what better place to use for such an extravaganza than burns mice desire. mishear that out out there. each poem survives even starts with a quick dance lesson. up overnight but three of us will learn the charleston was.
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tonight's party is sold out the nine hundred twenty stained events are hugely popular but revelers need to heed a couple of rules a nine hundred twenty s. dress code is mandatory and mobile phones are strictly forbidden. the one nine hundred twenty s. party. it is clearly back on vogue but some say that the political turmoil of that time is not dissimilar to today either once again society is deeply divided and anti democratic forces are on the rise but coco is reluctant to talk about these parallels. other matter of course at some point the garbage on the streets so to speak will start piling up and stinking. by the other but by that time it'll already be too late to say anything about it. at the side.
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but the bohem survives parties are all about having fun so coco and his fellow revelers block out the grim political reality and party on. and with that we're out of time but before we go we want to let you weigh in on this week's draw now we would like to know what your best moment of two thousand and eighteen was if you have a photo of it then send it in and by doing so you qualify to win an exclusive euro max watch go to our web site to see how to upload your photos and that's it bye bye for now. but. next time on your remarks from okanagan transforms artistic masterpieces into colorful hard pictures she transforms their historical subjects into the modern world and symbols and logos from contemporary pop culture the results are both colorful and striking
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microbiome part from the midline next time on your own max.
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issue fresh. water the chances that dreams will come true. in germany the child's fight is determined very early on in the fight to improve your place in society is causing harm. to the witness and who are the losers in this land of inequality.
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everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression. the right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference. and to seek receive and include information and ideas. in media with guidance of twenty years. the seventieth anniversary of the un declaration of human rights article nineteen fall on d w. k you know this zero five minute for minute. noise has a power and beauty combines has it all. fits in the pantheon of the great tenors certainly his one for the ages. of ten or
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for the ages starts december twenty second on g.w. . the natural riches of precious resources. and a reward. investment. farmland has been called to ethiopia as. the country has an abundant supply and leases it to international coverage for giants the government to hide export revenues ration it's high profit margin. but not everyone benefits from the booming business. of giving when i saw the bulldozers clearing the land i was devastated going to get with how could they bulldoze the land without my permission and they knew it belonged to me woman. expropriation environmental destruction starvation.
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the crime the government and corporate. the selling out of the country. dead donkey fear no idea. starts december twenty ninth on t.w. . at least four people have been killed and several others seriously injured near christmas market in the french city of strasburg french prosecutors are treating the incident as terrorism police have warned people to avoid the southern district of noise which remains on lockdown and appears to be the same tour of the manhunt for the gunman.


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