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a years he painted hel, just as masterfully and mysteriously as the poet dantes depiction body chiles, inferno d w. so he wants to know what makes with love and batting thing away from that. but i'm not even know how to work my own car and everyone with later holes and every day getting are you ready to meet the german, then join me, rachel stuart on d. w. with ah, ah, a year damn thing. we visit the famous new
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long in paris, the birthplace of the can. can more on that coming up in the show. i want to welcome to a brand new year and a new addition of euro max. i'm your host, megan lee. here's a look at what else we've got in store for you today. what the food trends predicted for 2022 less meat and a visit to europe, the largest artificial rain forests under own roof. we kick off the new year in the city of love, paris. the french capital is characterized by many things like the eiffel tower, the sen. and of course, the famous law rooms for well over 100 years. it's always been the site of extravagant shows which gave paris the reputation as a city of decadent pleasure. while the shows continue to this day. and we met up
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with a long time dancer of the moulin rouge, who as the only german member there has been living out her dream in paris. ah glitter glamour, and lots of naked skin. normal gal feels right in her element at the mood. for 19 years, the 39 year old has been dancing in the front row of the most famous review in the world. ma gal studied medicine and danced as a hobby. she never imagined she would become a professional dancer. ah, he's come here and she was about a week after my 1st show, i remember thinking, how am i going to last night? i was totally exhausted and thought you can't physically do this. but then i, yeah, this became my daily life when i talk normal gal performs at the milan ruse in northern paris 6 days
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a week. as an established solo dancer. she now has her own dressing room where she can do her makeup in peace. a bit of luxury and stage make up is completely different to every day make up make i wouldn't go out on the street like this house and i haven't even put on my red lipstick lunch. and then it's month. it's a, it's very noticeable. i'll not something i would wear day to day said to me, fit in. i technicians. being a permanently employed dancer is hard work and requires a lot of discipline, nor performs twice every evening. peach performance last 2 hours. but dancing is normal gals passion, and the moulin rouge is like a 2nd home to her. the theater is more like home than a workplace. i know every nook and cranny, here, at least i thought. so even thinking doctor, you. but it's a bit like paris itself, where you turn a corner and there's something new to explore. to nickel shaquita, it's normal gal even likes to spend her free time near the cabaret. in the moment i
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district with its special atmosphere as a mother of 2 young children, she has little downtime but manages to occasionally sneak in a hot chocolate at a cafe. she doesn't have to watch her weight. on the contrary, he doesn't think is empty when we are allowed to eat whatever we want. disney m. as a dancer, you burn so many calories with daily training routines and shows because i'm taking his training on to shows. we are in full motion at least 5 hours a day. so we need all the calories we can get all calvin. welcome, mcgowan, mcgowan likes to unwind by taking a walk around such a curb, where she enjoys the view of paris, even on cloudy days. past isa shewn, paris is beautiful, even when it's not thus left, it makes hard day's bear obliged. but even after almost 20 years in the french
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capital, normal gal doesn't feel like a real parisian is as naturally shamia as rural, it's hard to become part of parisian life as a mula who's dancer. we are important to parisian lives on it, but we live in a parallel universe pallone vessel does have hm. yeah many. so we have few points of contact with real parisian society who buddies and her friends are the other dances who share the same daily rhythm. her world is milan ruge with its stage and back stage area with more than a 1000 unique hand and tailor made costumes. miguel changes her outfit 20 times in an evening and she doesn't have a problem addressing so revealing lee in front of hundreds of people
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when she comes to when i where these costumes i feel very confident steve. jack, it's like getting into a role when i slip in to them. i feel protected, foolish. gosh, it's the highlight of the show is the can, can a physically demanding dance which has been lifting the audiences spirits at the milan rouge since $1889.00 ah. even then, the dance is raised there, petticoats exposing their legs. the popular cabaret with its unusual facade, was founded by french businessman shaws siegler and joseph aaliyah. the moulin rouge at the foot of the moment, great hill attracts diverse visitors from the world. over the dances were the subject of henri due to louis lo, tech paintings at the end of the 19th century artists such as the legendary molina
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dietrich were here for berlin bourne normal gal being able to dance. he is still very special, even after all these years. ah, i loved being on stage. the applause makes it so difficult to stop off to it's addictive, emotional dish dish. nevertheless, after 19 years at the milan rouge, nor miguel plans to move back to berlin in 2022 where she will continue to dance as a hobby what the new year will bring is clearly in the stars, but it also comes with new resolutions and for some that includes eating better foods nowadays, however, if not just about reducing calories, but instead choosing options that also have a healthier impact on the environment. we look at some of the trends on the food
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front that are likely to grow in popularity in the coming year. o. ready jelly fish have been a delicacy in asia for over a 1000 years, but could they become a super food in europe? ready gernado esposito of italy is one of the 1st top level western shafts to experiment and develop recipes with jelly fish. busy but convincing diners to eat them is another matter. first of all, we have to throw away the that then toggles, we goes that goes so dangerous, can give you like a shock for your skin, and you have to throw away from believe that he's nothing like of jeffrey usa. richard reach over import the new jelly fish caught around. europe are not yet officially approved as food stuff,
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only those imported from asia are meant for human consumption. researchers like bio technologist anto, nella leona have been studying the preservation and preparation of jelly. fish for over 10 years for now, mediterranean and barrel jelly fish are being tested as potential food sources in europe. they are very interesting any more because they contain 9 racing. my teeth are like the protein select a large and they could be more sustainable along the pool as well. there are other issues that are disappearing. it might take a while for jelly fish to appear on european menus. but these protein rich creatures have the potential to become a viable food source of the future. from the depth of the ocean to the hills of switzerland, where cheese alternatives are in the making. at the new roots company near ban,
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deacon takes on fondue and other cheesy treats, using caches instead of milk. it aims to provide a healthier and more ethical option to cheese. i think i used assisted to complete . i think this is the future, the move we need to rethink things. that's human evolution able to all this man just had you wouldn't. reco founded the company in 2015 at the age of 21. but he's not allowed to call his vegan alternatives cheese because they're made without animal milk production here also aims to reduce the company's carbon footprint. the half their lungs are the production of the raw material is actually one of the most important factors in terms of seo to balance on their cow. cashier's grow on nutrient rich soil without any added water busted the through with. that's where most of the science again they got the 1st on the only negative aspect is the transport which adds 5 percent of the c o 2 balance. and that that is actually a very small fraction declined that growth in geneva to cheese making is being
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reinvented the claim at the vegan opened in 2017. and was one of the 1st stores to offer gig and alternatives to dairy products. cashews are also the main ingredient, the family business offers around 9 alternatives for classics like goat cheese. come on, bear and clear. never completed the death in case want to level. there are more and more people who can't tolerate dairy. and then there are flex italians or weekend vegetarians want to make a difference to do something better, but aren't ready to take that big commitment yet. spunk of that washer, that. yep. so how did the alternatives fare? said patricia. picked it up. very refreshing flavorful. up at em. mm. but you can tell it's not cheese. mm. like a light cheesy flavor. a few hertz, but that's about it. on her auto, as morphine alternatives are created, enthusiasm may grow. this my be coming up in the future to
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a freshly printed 3 d stake. it's the creation of biomedical engineer, juice, epis, shante. his startup nova meat has developed the 1st stake from vegetable protein which is printed in 3 d. it's plant paste, but looks like a real stake. i'm which isn't that might be vested in america though. pedo said that there are many alternatives on the market. but there are limitations on board . again. they imitate, processed, made such as hamburgers, maples, or sausages, unco reality, like having a variety of as or mistake or what to employ. a steak with the texture of beef or pork of it is a worldwide novelty unlucky he has only gotten with this stake is made of rice teeth and seaweed. protein powder red beach juice is used for coloring. the printer's job is to press the raw material into thin fibers. it takes 20 to 40 minutes to print out one state,
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o at the l some to audi. gore may restaurant north of barcelona. chef rosette sunny cath puts the 3 d printed stake to the test against a real piece of meat place when i got on it. is it that this is a normal cato, viola. while the other came from a 3 d printer guys, you'd hardly believe it's vegetarian. the texture is almost exactly the same as that of mate. the 3 d printed state is still a prototype, but efforts are being made to offer it to the wider public homeless guy and miss give you anyway, this was the i think that soon will be offering something far better than the meat substitutes which you currently find at restaurants, i've got to meet the north london egan stake, one of the more sustainable alternatives for the new year. we don't normally equate rain forests with europe, but in fact, there is one in the most unlikely of places in the english county of cornwall. here
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an artificial rain forest was erected some 20 years ago to show the importance of plants in relation to people. it's now the biggest of its kind and one reason our euro max report, our hendrick, vowing, went there for the latest edition of europe to the max. hi, i'm making my way through the rain forest, the earth's green lawn. this time i found myself sent into the jungle for europe to the max. this is europe, rain forest, but under a roof that makes in europe logic, indoor rainfall. here you can discover exotic plans experience adventures, and learn everything about the ring for
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this particular in forest. this part of the eden project, various climate zones, are simulated in a vast garden with enormous greenhouses. one of the domes, houses a tropical humid rain forest environment. an area of 16000 square meters makes it the largest indoor range forest in europe. i've traveled to southwest england to see it. the eden project complex has been in operation for 20 years, and the county of cornwall, the side was fully opened in march, 2001. it's a paradise artificially constructed on ground, where clay was once extracted. sir tim smith came up with the idea to transform the old quarry into an attraction where people are confronted with one of the most existential issues of human kind. i want to disguise inside fun
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a really important message which is that we are part of the natural world and we should not treat ourselves if we were somehow special and we will pay the ultimate penalty of extinction. if we do not learn to work within the boundaries that the world sets up 1st and we wanted to cray a word and we said, wow, we want that. that could be our future. mm. time now to get better acquainted with the rain forest. the by itself is artificially created, but the conditions are almost the same as those found in nature. this is mainly thanks to the surf supporting cantilevered dome construction which made it possible to create a rain forest on this scale. there are some 1000 different plants pieces here. mm. the transfer button is catherine conklin. knows them all. she was involved right from the start and planted the rain forest along with her team,
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the largest in the rain forest, which means the most accessible. rang 5 for the majority of people that live in our region on the planet rain 1st, the c for important for the global climate. so we have that when people come here though, enjoy walking around, but they'll start to realize how important is that we will go row to fly and looking after them. the rain for us reach around the equitorial bow and they basically regulate the climate for the entire planet. a special feature here is the opportunity to experience the rain forest, not just from the ground, but from different levels. the dome is up to 50 meters high. katherine cutler was nice enough to take me all the way to the top. mm. i can get plenty of 40 degrees. let people come on the winning as long
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from the ground in a real. right. or if not from interest me, the interest is the talk because everything is trying to get out of the water. that's where, that's where all the interesting things we are in about don't below things are also interesting where many tropical plants bear fruit like bananas and cocoa with these of it the copays. and you can take one of these with just keep it in your mouth like this being, you know, maybe white bit on the outside in
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that case, what lemonade for a nice. oh yeah. but then what was the last year that is the b? so this is the bit about making learn. i always think this is amazing, very interesting. with it's the wonders of nature that also draw sir tim smith back to the rain forest again and again before starting the project. he was a music miniature and you almost nothing about plants. it means about how all of these things that you think of boring i just there, absorbing sunlight, always absorbing, absorbing, absorbing, turning them into sugars. batteries, what's inside here makes a nuclear power station look like a child's toy. they are absolutely wonderful things plants. and the trouble is because they can't sing, they can't dance, they can't tell jokes. you know? no one looks at them properly. ah, it seems to me that even project is
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a good way to change that. at 1st, i wasn't a bit skeptical, only plans and trees. how boring, but after spending a day in the rain forest here, i'm totally excited how diverse the plans are, how intelligent they seem to be, and how complex everything is connected has shown me once again. how important the rain forest is. especially when you consider that every 16 seconds the piece of rain forest, the size of this greenhouse is distraught. i see your up from its extreme side in your up to the max, your max report, a hendrick veiling takes you to one of a kind places in europe. the highest volcano, the biggest stadium, the ice. yes. hotel, breathtaking, stunning. re caught breaking. there was amazing. it was like the
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weirdest thing i've ever done. watch extreme clipping moments. now on i youtube channel, her sch, and finally, electronic music fans might recognize this song. i picked the robot by prosperity. now, hardly any other german ban has been as influential on the electronic music scene as they have. well now, a new exhibition in germany digs deeper into the origins of this music genre. and howard develops over the years. the music and rhythm with the machine. the electro exhibition recount the history of electronic music. after stops in paris in london. the show has now set up shop induced dos. western germany also craft vax home tap. the techno pioneers,
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audio visual masterpieces have made them one of the most influential bands of all time with the bad has kept a low profile to this day. one of their biggest fans is professor dirk mattie of keith, who teaches pop culture at the university of dusseldorf. he has published a book about them. cuthbert hudson is caustic, was the 1st would lend the use of electronic music technical potential with our innovative and avant garde element scene. and that's what still makes them so stimulating. successful and influential were unwilling to afford caution for product ah, founded in 1970 the group had its break through 4 years later. the album autobahn raced into the top 10 charts in the us today. kraft dad's hometown is considered the birthplace of electronic pop music, volkoff dirt. you can't talk about couple of eric without talking about duesseldorf
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or meaning. you have to delve into the place where they thought off and produce their pivotal album site. and that's where we're going to tom duff on via, according to legend, half that would drive through diesel dora listening to their newly produce song that will later end up on their hid. alba give the to test how they sounded on the go coaching. and to so doth is the ideal location because we have 3 beautiful bridges over the rhine river within easy reach. shewn of i'm pointing it only bar neil in the 1970 is fielding, such as the di, shy, been house high riders, and the clinton academy also marked the cityscape and contracts. beginning the bans . creative hub was cling plan studio and mental health stuff. kraft back produced its music here until the studio moved out in 2009. dear is suits was on, was the cushion. this is where music history was written in
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a way that resonates to this day done. they always so there work here as a sort of lab experiments. i nod lavoy, i'll buy it. they said to clean claim studio isn't a studio. it's a laboratory and love war. and we're not musicians jamming is where scientists or music engineers law order. the music i buy it and that fit the rough working class neighborhood with its casinos and table dance bars. but back to the exhibition, hardly any auto group has been sampled as much as cocked back. their compositions laid the foundation for electro pop and tech know, as musical style founding member life hitter is one of the exhibitions curators. but it wouldn't be much use asking him about all this. and co curator allan did there can explain. why was an interesting thing about coughed back in my opinion. kidding is how they disappear behind their music is if they avoid the press and want they work in the robots to speak for themselves there. ralph fitter always
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says the robots are already there, and why should i be to the group's goal was to produce a new style of modern music. and they've definitely achieved that. but even after half country craft that is not considering retiring in the past few years, they've played at numerous museums and music festivals in middletown. so when we discuss cough to pick and electronic music and just hold off the topic may have historically significant ways. but it also impacts the present day, and there's a lot still in store of in a few pos. carved back is a legendary avant garde band, that fills it's home town with pride. and on that note we come to the end of the 1st show of the new year. oh, don't forget to check out our website for our weekly draw and
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