tv Kulturzeit Deutsche Welle October 22, 2020 12:30am-1:01am CEST
as for. my birth right now am i going to have a very rude or pair new year's eve right here in. our 2 part series the 3rd reich. starts nov 12th on d w. welcome to focus on europe it's great to have your company today the 2nd coronavirus wave has arrived more and more european countries are reporting record numbers of infections and this has led to fresh car fuels lockdowns and national states of emergencies the small country of belgium has one of the highest infection rates in
europe the government is worried that the pandemic my to get out of control the country also has the highest numbers of death per capita on the continent. that 19 has significantly impacted our day to day lives from contact bands to social distancing to face nests but the virus has also changed lives those who have loved ones who have gotten sick or even died know all too well what this means like the 10 year old lorenzo's he lives in a region in belgium that was among the 1st to be declared a corona hotspots back in march and his story tells more about the horrors of the pandemic than mere facts and figures can. before corona didn't know loneliness now he does every day and sleep here. i think i missed something. here. and it's just not
right with the 10 year old misses his grandfather luke they were inseparable grampa was the best you know pretty happy yeah i was happy the renzo lived with his grandparents for years and they took him everywhere luke was always the one to pick lorenzo up at school but when his grandfather got coded 1000 in march and became the 1st known victim of the virus in their hometown of st truman lorenzo was left confused and angry. i if corona wasn't here i am. nothing of this would have happened his grandmother janine is still pained to recall how difficult it was to explain to lorenzo luke wasn't coming home from the hospital. so. good. while janine had to deal with her own grief her daughter's and her
grandsons lorenzo was troubled he'd never gotten to say goodbye these were grasses and those are all the names of. people that want to see him again. but then a chance arose for lorenzo to say farewell when his city's mayor decided to create a memorial in a local park around the theme of the flower forget me not. and i said from the beginning i want. from a little child who lost his grandfather of grandmother the mayor asked lorenzo if he would like to speak at the dedication he declined because life they were again i laugh at me. well look. i don't know. why i just think something. that i said that and.
that when i said something about my grandpa i was going to cry was a little fruit but. maybe you can do it for grandpa. oh yes i will do it for him so. at the ceremony with his mother nellie beside him lorenzo poured out his heart and touched everyone else's evil oh dear grandpa i miss you very much i am mad about corona mad about what happened you were dead best and always are going to be the best investment but and. when you were standing up there and people were listening to hear what you think they were thinking. he's a brave boy. and no longer he realized and angry boy i
was happy that i did it that i. throw it all out. i was happy. everyone was. ground. and in the spring in this corner of the park where lorenzo throughout his sadness will be filled with little blue flowers each blossom a promise to those who are gone we won't forget you. a brave boy andy and. boris johnson loves political poker when he was sworn in as the british prime minister last year and he promised he wouldn't deliver brags that well he has about 2 months to do that because a deadline is looming the ok and the e.u. have until the end of this year to work out
a trade agreement and that means long nights of talks in brussels in london with both sides reluctance to budge on their standpoints i reporter met ship farmers who are following the negotiations closely they are uncertain about their future because they export almost all their animals to countries. langrish and his father frank. the generation they have to find a new canton southern england the 2 men are very concerned about bricks especially if britain and the e.u. fail to negotiate a trade deal nearly half of. that we produce is export states and most of what we export is exports it into the e.u. . so if any tariffs a person on tariffs again after between 40 and 50 percent say if those tariffs are applied. to get into europe that will. destroy the price.
it's hard to imagine this landscape without its poppy thanks to them that the ground to puta for. today even languishing deciding which lambs are ready for slaughter after the up a twat moves will be exporting to from. the french like a lamb like this which is a good confirmation. they want them worrying around about $18.00 to $20.00 kilos as a carcass. not too much fat just a little fat they are very discerning like good quality lamb and we. produce good quality lamb which comes off of grass on a clear day it's possible to see right across to the french coast should be i tell you their. father and son were both against bricks it from the outset the cheek has still heading to france but both promise a worry that border controls will lead to problematic delays in future.
go to the average well and then they go into a refrigerated truck normally that killed one day and they're in the paris market the next morning and he delays to that will cause big problems. but not always going to war against rex it's funny many if not i'll take for it because they thought that being in the e.u. entailed too much bureaucracy but frank langrish thinks it will get even worse post by accident i know. there won't be any less our civil servants to like paper so we will still have lots of paper i thought the farmers incorrectly play bureau for the paper when it was like there are people that created lots of people. many of the pharmacy you go to the weekend cattle auction in can't foresee
a tough time ahead. still most here seem to feel that's new since complaining when that's what was to be done. to fix all this just to make the most the situation that it will have a legislation is in place and whatever tires we have and get on with it we will be better off in the end but it will be very hard in the interim period all be on a start just starting our coaching on not looking for it because often it's going to be a long haul to hole we have bricks. at langrish is married to that many families won't be able to survive without subsidies and he's furious about the government's handling of bread. it's just disbelief that they can tell so many lies you know it's it's you know the hollow they won't be cute everything will be fine it will be the easiest free trade agreement history. it is just proved it will be so much rubbish and both father and son hope that what ever happens to the country x.
children will take the family farm into the next generation after all the countryside in kent need to change and famous. the much the horn is one of the most beautiful family it's all be all and one of the national symbols of switzerland the villages surrounding this peak attract thousands of tourists each year but now there is trouble in paradise the permafrost that helps hold together the alps is melting and rocks have began to move these effects of climate change are giving many locals sleepless nights. for nearly 3 decades curch spring has lived in the village of brilliance in the swiss canton of trouble. but for a couple of years now he and nearly 100 residents here have been very worried. about is not 1st we had a certain respect for the situation then we felt a bit insecurity. and now we're just outright afraid.
this is delinquency is facing 2 threats the ground in which the village stands is gradually sliding into the valley is now reached a rate of one metre 20 year some houses have been literally torn apart this one was later demolished the village has been slipping for decades but it's never been as bad as this at the same time reince also faces the threat of a massive landslide that could bury it completely that's what worries court spring the most. at the edge of the village a taste of what could be to come fuge boulders like this one broke off the mountain last summer court shrink within his cellar going to happen and heard the crash. you know you just don't think will there be lots of rocks how many. off the mountain the whole mountain will it hit the house. had lots of houses the playground the old
school building. those are your 1st thoughts. the mountain is being monitored to run the clock with radar g.p.s. measurements and droom. if the alarm is raised the residents would only have a few hours to leave the village there would be no way of stopping a major landslide. it happened in 2017 in the village of opened. and in 2015 in evolution a chance enough. that could landslides like these be predicted more accurate. and switzerland's most famous mountain a matter horn researchers are looking into exactly that question computer scientists. from the university of inspire is working with colleagues from various swiss universities to listen to the inside of the mountain to see if
a landslide is imminent there look for a tree is an altitude of 3500 meters. the mountain is extremely steep. for the past 12 years the scientists have been monitoring the stability of the rock because of climate change the permafrost is thawing which is the cement the holds the mountains together the matter form is starting to crumble. i 1000 close and spybot in 200-322-3000 cubic metres of rock fell away here. that's why the area up there is where it broke away and there. 3000 cubic meters of debris is the equivalent of 3 houses. the be. in order to predict events like that more accurately in the future they've installed numerous measuring instruments on the sensors gauge every movement and
vibration the researchers are trying to the crude the vibrations of the rocks and that's why they're listening to the mountain as strange as that may soon. a small black container with a few. dozen that size mr then some of you this is our seismic sensors which can enable us to understand the sound and the language of the mountain. each section of the rock has a particular pattern of vibrations it's possible to make them audible this is the sound of the matter and amplified many times. the sounds can vary. so very bad just like a glass of water sounds difference when you top it depending on how much water as it is the same here. the large volume makes a deep sound. if you only get high pitch sounds at the volumes are dealing with
a small. here the rock is the glass of water that's the crack is small the new section of riff that is vibrating feeling is smaller increase a higher pitch tune. if the crackers larger the sound is deeper than the year. if we were to observe a marked difference in the seismic measurements for example a sound that's twice as deep. that could be a sign that another landslide is in the offing. soon that a landslide before testes in the face of the mountain. cannot do that yet but he and his team plan to continue their research. this message is being tried out in prince. springs planning to live out his retirement here instead he's preparing for
a possibility accusation. he wants to be ready when the mountain. is she a typical russian well her outfit certainly has some traditional elements to it but otherwise there's nothing typical about her because the she is a russian drag queen birds of performers like her don't have it easy in their country homophobia is widespread among conservative russians and members of the l g b a t q a community often face threats or even a verbal and physical attacks but all that is not stopping one drag queen from living outside life in high heels i can see make up and with a lot of sass. see . her. also giving everyone was easy to say see i say ok if my history
my other name is miami or miami drag queen motion in miami. thanks. plenty 7 year old sag a name yes miami the films that scream monkey a gay child in mustang. it's how he makes his living even if his job caches with it to fill in the russia. have a 2nd face for face i.d. it doesn't recognize me i did a good job on the makeup today. i know that she's that kind of woman hello i think it's my 2nd personality i mean with that i don't think it's an illness in the unstated but it isn't yes get over this because these attacks. say on stage at the club the track winfield's competent and you see outside the club he's pretty ways provoked different reactions wasn't it i don't
want to see that. yes just makes me want to vomit. send him into the army not just for one year he ought to serve 3. was. 'd the one time you could have got your head torn off for that. sergei works hard on his act developing the choreography and himself step by step in 2015 he came to moscow from a little village in western russia he felt liberated but only within the safe confines of the club. at best. with my wigs and high heels i don't fit the image of the russian male. i can't walk down the street as miami has it's not because i don't want to give them
a story but because i'm afraid of being. afraid for my life and for my face freeze that. there are good reasons to be afraid in russia it's very dangerous for a man to appear in public wearing makeup and women's clothes as seen here in moscow's metro homophobic groups may quickly turn violent and deep bass their victims say gays well aware of the danger and never leave the club in drag even so much as posting about his act on the internet without including an age limit could land him in court on charges of homosexual propaganda in such an environment sag a says it's dangerous to come out as gay even to one's own family. i haven't had any contact with my father for about 10 years ago once i got drunk and messaged him saying father i'm bisexual i'm not bisexual i'm gay but that's how i
put it i thought it be easier for him to have nothing against girls but i also like boys he's never called me since. my stepmother called me from his telephone and said what if you don't you know we raised your speed. but sag a doesn't intend to stay hidden away forever so in his outfits in secret he has dreams of a grand career and he's invested his creativity. and about 11000 euros in fabrics makeup and she views yeah i just think me i'd like to be in the media and appearing in movies and shows so people will be scared of us but ones that i'd like to be able to walk the streets by armies of people you know things up me like who places in the cemetery if you can fix. such things frighten saguenay but he's not giving miami out he'll carry on is the dazzling crack queen but maybe not in russia
taking his dreams of my life and not the country. norway is there a peon country with the largest fishing industry which is no surprise given that more than half of the country's border is along the coast but some areas like the village of big ain is heads not been profiting much from the wealth of seafood found in the ocean now there's a new species in the waters of norway meet the king crab at the price of delicacy that is also called once the crab because it eats everything that crosses its path but the month or so has become a lifesaver for some norwegian fisherman. loves the arctic ocean and the german has been living norway's high north for 12 years he takes tourists to see the sights along the coast near the russian border. he brings up one of those sites from the bottom of the sea for this tour group. the only set of the traps the day
before addict of 180 meters. but one day was long enough for him to now haul up dozens of kim crabs a delicacy all around the world at the crabs are also a growing ecological problem the crustaceans multiply like rabbits job in the water you're get eaten from the crops we have crabs right ever your. even know to catch we need only from the front to the back 15 centimeters harvesting the king crabs has brought on head of prosperity to norway's economically constrained high north. including for the remote fishing village of boogie by nace. in 1989 residents ran an eye for thais and offering their village for sale. young people were moving away because there was no work now the village has been revived.
complete with bed and breakfasts and even the strong. and it's all phones to no matter the king crab. fisherman life inlay was among the 1st to discover the non-native species of blue in his. soviet researchers had released them in the barents sea in the 1950s. but anyway was unaware of that when he found the monster crab in his nets one day. call me a 1st crabs we caught we 10 to 12. we were taken completely by surprise . that if the crabs hadn't turned up like a rat we would not have any fish processing in town. nor any fishing boats. or at most 2 or 3. bucks a day we have 15 or 16 or go use. the
explosive spread of the king crab is a boon for the fisherman but the norwegian environmentalist's and scientists are alarmed. eaters are being spotted father and father south they're expected to reach the coast of scotland soon look at a lot of it we found that the crabs are able to adapt to water temperatures of each in degree celsius that means they can survive in the mediterranean. wherever these crabs become established they have devastating effects on the other marine life on the seabed. some species mussels and starfish have disappeared completely. along with. their own the king crab is also known as the monster crab. it has no natural enemies and poses a threat to every other living thing on the seabed. so fisheries authorities have made the quotas generous and tourists aren't the only ones glad that. we have the
right to catch 10 crabs per or free per person per year. one crab is worth $900.00 kroner or 19 year olds right in our pocket. multiplied by 10 and you know. you're eating a lot true delicacy for free that's what serves as guest after only a short time in the kitchen otherwise behind only in europe's and asia's finest restaurants. norway exports over 2000 tons of can crowd all around the world i'm only going to follow one of our mental concerns about invasive species continue the tourists savor its spicy meat under the wage and authorities hope the high fishing quotas will help keep the crowd population under control the people of northern norway meanwhile hope this lucrative source of income will last
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this is de dublin years live from berlin in a market shift all the catholic church pope francis says he supports same sex civil unions observers are calling it the clearest language yet from the pontiff on gay rights and christianity also coming up. germany's health minister has tested positive for covert 19 years span is now self isolating at home but did he pulls a threat to the chancellor last defiance after a deadly crackdown protesters take to the streets again.