Few Nazis were as notorious and gruesome as doctor Josef Mengele. But who was Mengele and how did he manage to disappear after WWII until his death in 1979? After the end […]
A look at eightban. Collectable, playable mini records from 2004. A deliberately, unashamedly low-fi format.
Indonesia’s first international modern art museum has opened. At a time of rising intolerance and self-censorship, it’s attracting thousands of art-hungry visitors and exposing them to works that are often deemed too […]
The History of Iron Maiden – Part 1: The Early Days is a DVD video by Iron Maiden, released in 2004. It features the first part of The History of Iron Maiden […]
Overcrowded and underfunded, Luzira is home to Uganda’s only maximum-security prison–but also an elaborate soccer league.
As a project developer, Philipp Bouteiller thinks digitalization could make urban planning more socially viable and sustainable. He is responsible for the transformation of Berlin’s Tegel Airport into a residential and business […]
Housing in cities is growing scarce, and rental prices are soaring. That’s why some people are looking for alternatives. The Tiny House movement started in the US. The buildings are just a […]
This interview aired on Sunday 26th November 2017.
Former Nazi leader Ingo Hasselbach has developed a system in Germany to fight extremism. A film by Amelia Martyn-Hemphill for BBC World Hacks.
O’Naturel is thought to be the first dining experience of its kind in the French capital. Customers have to leave their clothes – and their phones – at the door.