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The Insignia is Opel's flagship model and the first to be equipped with the latest-generation infotainment system. The big draw is a touchscreen up to 8 inches in size. We check out an Insignia with the top-of-the-line Multimedia Navi Pro system.
After VW bailed out of a joint project in the 1970s, Porsche developed the 924 by itself. It was its first front-engine, rear-wheel-drive car. Dubbed the "People's Porsche", it became one of the biggest-selling sports cars in history.
We test Nissan's urban crossover Qashqai in the second highest trim level "Tekna". With an opulent infotainment system and black leather seats, it offers a certain level of luxury. But how does it shape up on the road?
SEAT has developed a special Ibiza model with the premium BeatsAudio sound system. It boasts a 300 W amplifier with eight channels, a digital signal processor and seven high-end speakers. This car not only has great sound, but nifty design details.
The BMW 8 series now has a dream convertible to go along with its similarly beautiful coupe. The M850i is powered by a 4.4 liter V8 turbocharged gasoline engine which delivers 390 kW of power. It sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds.
Globetrotter Steve Hanisch has a look around the English port city of Liverpool. He visits places connected to the Beatles and takes in the atmosphere of a home game with the Liverpool soccer team. Globetrotter Steve Hanisch has a look around the ...
Isatou Nyang from the Gambia was born with an impairment to both legs and gets about in a wheelchair. She's physically disabled but she is also a top level athlete. Isatou is hoping to represent the Gambia at the Paralympic Games - for a second time.
The "Rencontres internationales de Cerfs-volants" kite festival has existed for more than 25 years. It features all kinds of kites: from conventional ones to huge inflatable objects.
This year, confectioner Walter Musco from the Paticceria Bompiani in Rome is taking inspiration from the world of fashion. His large chocolate eggs appear in fashion outfits a la Dior, Balenciaga, Armani and Versace.
Chef Rene Frank's food creations are full of surprises. Instead of a hearty menu, he concentrates on desserts. And the resulting dinner is so good that Coda has won a Michelin star.
The metal masses Finnish pastor Haka Kekalainen holds in Helsinki and across Finland are normal in every way - except for the hymns, which have been musically rearranged into heavy metal songs.
Fashion can also be art - especially when Ian Berry is involved. He cuts up old jeans and glues the small pieces of fabric back together to create pictures in which the jeans snippets act as textured paint.
Many Spaniards are worried the Vox party could bring the spirit of Francisco Franco back to parliament. The right-wing populists could re-shuffle the majority - with incumbent socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez losing out.
Contestants give their all for audiences of millions in Russia's talent shows, in many cases only to be rejected by a merciless jury. For children and teens who have prepared for weeks, the experience can be devastating.
We meet a young Iraqi refugee who risked his life to cross to Britain from Calais before the first Brexit deadline. He was looking for better opportunities to build a new life, but found a deeply divided country.
France is in shock, after a huge fire swept through Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. As fire-crews battled the blaze, crowds of local residents gathered at the scene. President Macron has promised that the cathedral will be rebuilt.
In Good Shape discusses the benefits of abstinence from food with Bettina Becher, a yoga teacher and instructor for therapeutic fasting at the Weg der Mitte health foundation in Berlin.
It's the last Leon Cupra that will bear the SEAT logo: A high-performance machine that's also spacious and practical. SEAT says it's improved ride quality and cornering speed. So we put that to the test on the open country roads outside Barcelona.
BMW debuted its latest motorbike on the Estoril racetrack near Lisbon. It's the S1000 RR, first released in 2009 and now in its third generation. BMW wanted to make it lighter, easier to handle and faster. We take a look at whether the German carm...
Computers and artificial intelligence are beginning to compete with humans - they're becoming creative. What happens when algorythms paint, generate new forms and create new sculptures? Is it really art - or merely imitation?
A portrait of Jesus attributed to Leonardo da Vinci sold at Christie's last year for $450,000,000 including buyer's premium. How come prices can be so astronomically high? Dirk Boll talks about art and the art market with us.
Up to EUR60bn are spent each year on works of art worldwide. Theft and forgery are enduring problems in this high-stakes bazaar. Some claim a third of all works for sale are not by the artists on the label.
Many of the artists and designers at the Bauhaus wanted to transform daily life and the material world. They experimented with forms and materials. Some of their furniture designs are still in production and sell for a small fortune.