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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 12m. Bisher sind 208 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich
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Reporter - Richie, Rubbish and Hard-earned Cash Surviving Kenya’s Landfills


Richie is only 12, but already he is his family’s main breadwinner. He collects garbage at the Dandora dump site in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. It’s a dangerous job, not least because the dump – one of the largest in Africa – is ruled by local gangs.


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Nepal: Dr. Ruit helping the blind see


In Nepal, ophthalmologist Sanduk Ruit has developed a method for treating cataracts, an eye disease that leads to blindness. The operation is quick and inexpensive, so that even the poorest can afford it. It's set an example for the world.


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Saving the animals! Australia after the fires


In the Australian village of Cobargo, Sara Tilling and her husband Gary had created a kind of paradise: a wildlife sanctuary for kangaroos. Then came the bushfires. Do they have the strength to start over again?


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Living with an extreme disability


Markus Behrendt and Christine Wagner-Behrendt from Kassel have been taking care of their son Jascha for 13 years. He broke his neck in a bicycle accident when he was five years old, and he's paralyzed and given artificial respiration ever since.


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 2020-01-11  12m
 
 

Reporter - Death squads in Minsk


In 1999, three prominent Belarusian opposition figures vanished without a trace. Immediately, rumors circulated that a death squad might have abducted and murdered the men. Now, key witness Yuri G. sheds light on the case.


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 2020-01-04  12m
 
 

O Christmas tree


Each December, like many families, the Scherms go out and chop down their own Christmas tree. It's a holiday tradition. But what makes for a perfect Christmas tree?


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 2019-12-21  12m
 
 

Reporter - Haute couture on Colombia’s mean streets


The fashion designer Diamantina Arcoiris knowingly relocated her studio to Santa Fé, one of the most dangerous districts of Bogota. Crack, glue and alcohol abound; prostitution is rife. She gives them a chance to embroider her dresses and strut their stuff on the catwalk.


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 2019-12-07  12m
 
 

Reporter - Christina Has Had Enough


Christina is a student demonstrating against the old men who've run Lebanon into the ground. She's demanding reforms, but wants the protests to remain peaceful. So she and other women are positioning themselves between demonstrators and the police.


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 2019-11-30  12m
 
 

Denmark: The School for Role-Play


The chalk-and-talk approach is yesterday. Students at the Østerskov Efterskole in Hobro, Denmark, learn through role-play. 17-year-old Emma felt disadvantaged at a conventional school because of her dyslexia. She's hoping for a new start here.


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 2019-11-23  12m
 
 

An Indian wedding


Pratheesh is from India but he's become a bit German too; after all he works at Bosch. Now, he's going back home to get married. Pratheesh is taking his friends Georg and Hiltrud, who aren't fans of the institution, with him.


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 2019-11-19  12m