2018 World Cup Gala Concert Charles Gounod: Romeo and Juliet I: “Je veux vivre” (Juliette) Aida Garifullina: Soprano Mariinsky Orchestra Valery Gergiev: Conductor Concert recorded at the Red Square (Moscow, Russia), June […]
At a remote temple in Japan cradled by a croissant-shaped mountain range, Akinobu Tatsumi leads a rare double life — as a Buddhist monk who preaches to his flock about DJing.
This year`s World Cup In Russia has broken the previous record set by Brazil, for the number of those volunteering to help. More than 176 thousand applications have been received, after hours […]
If you are a black, gay man in America, your risk of contracting HIV is one in two. Leah Green travels to Atlanta, Georgia, which has the largest gay and black community […]
The southern city of Toulouse’s long romance with the aviation industry began already in 1918, when France’s famed airborne postal service airlines, Aéropostal, set up its headquarters in the area. Since then, […]
Shanghai, China’s biggest city, has the world’s biggest port and the longest underground railway system. The city offers seemingly endless opportunities. This city is a pulsating symbol of China’s rise to a […]
This week’s Op-Doc is Samuel Collardey’s “Arctic Boyhood,” a visually breathtaking portrait of a young boy growing up in a small town in Greenland. The Op-Doc is related to Collardey’s feature documentary […]
This Washington taxi driver has a big secret – he is a musical star in his native Ethiopia and he still composes in the back of his car.
As French rail workers continue their rolling strikes against planned reforms, millions of passengers are looking for other ways to get around. In Paris, several private initiatives exist that allow commuters to […]
A third of the land in Thailand is used for agriculture. But due to a rising demand for cheap meat, more and more farmers are choosing to grow crops for animal feed. […]