Have you heard about DW’s new environment podcast? This week, we feature two episodes of On The Green Fence. The podcast's presenters — Neil King and Gabriel Borrud — travel to a small town in Southern Germany, where water contamination is plaguing residents and they visit a farm outside Berlin to hear how the expansion of agriculture and the use of pesticides is endangering insects.
WorldLink: Jingle Jangles
Just in time for the holidays, we're bringing you stories from across the world about some unique Christmas traditions. From a town called Santa Claus in the US to festive frolics on hot-hot Hawaii, this program features narratives of Noel.
WorldLink: Children & Conservation
On the Green Fence is a new podcast from DW - dedicated to all things environment. On this week's WorldLink, we feature two episodes from the podcast, presented by Neil King and Gabriel Borrud. We hear from a woman who believes that the best solution to combating climate change is to stop having children and we learn about how conservation efforts have led to the return of wild wolves in Germany.
WorldLink: Art smart
On this week's show, we're going to India to meet a group of comedians known as Aisi Taisi Democracy who are taking a no holds barred approach to satire. We'll also talk to Russian rap legend Ptakha about the political shakedown on the rap scene there.
WorldLink: Past, present, future
On this week's show, we'll go behind the scenes of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, we'll find out why people are fighting to speak French in Louisiana, we meet a Down's syndrome drag troupe that's changing perceptions and visit a safe space for the LGBT+ community in Seoul. Plus, we find out how Kurdish music is used as a form of protest and how an ancient Greek instrument is having a revival.