180 seconds out of the city! In the seventh season, filmmakers ignore the centre and lead us into the hinterland: to remote suburbs, into enchanted outskirts and to the edge – socially as well as geographically.
Wine from Barcelona? Produced only at the Finca Can Calopa. And with the help of twelve young people who come from difficult circumstances and are training to be winemakers.
Belgium’s Wild West lies in the east. Neutral-Moresnet was once a smugglers’ nest boasting its own flag and anthem, and it almost became the first Esperanto-speaking city in the world.
For two missions the astronaut Thomas Reiter was almost a whole year in outer space. At the Darmstadt Centre of the European Space Agency (ESA) he tells of his experiences there.
The inhabitants of Calcutta celebrate gaily and merrily at the river Hugli. The ceremony takes place in honour of the Hindu goddess Durga and is the most important festival of the year in the city.
Coralie and Mourad belong together: they found one another in Lille, in the district of Fives. They want to go their way together, because love and trust are for them the most important things in life.
Once a shepherd’s trail traversing all of Spain, the Cañada Real near Madrid is now a 16 kilometres long informal settlement. The nine-year-old Fátima shows where she lives and where she plays and goes to school with her friends.
For about a hundred years the family of Manuel Salazar has lived in the countryside south of Manila. Manuel and his son Nikolo talk about country life and the belief in spirits and enchanted beings in the forest.
The Munich poet Ayna Steigerwald knows her way around the periphery. The north of Munich, where the Panzerwiese is surrounded by long lines of cars, shopping centres and high-rise buildings, is her home.
Life is cheaper here: every morning tens of thousands of people drive from the bedroom community of Yanjiao to their working places in the centre of Beijing. It is only in the evening that they return to the settlement to sleep.
Where formerly Czech nobles brewed their beer, today live many young Roma. In Prague’s Nusle district they spend their time making rap music.
Vanished from one moment to the next: Rosella’s husband Mario was picked up by the police on 30 April 1987 at 6:20 in the morning and never returned. Rosella looks for answers.
Fátima lives with her family on the island of Bororé in the southernmost part of São Paulo. At the weekend they sell snacks and drinks to day-trippers who take the ferry to the island.
The Royal National Park is just an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Sydney. Jonnie Swift guides tourists through the breath-taking nature in the park.
Masanori Kondo commutes every day between Chiba und Tokyo. The most important thing for him is time with his family, because his own father rarely came home early.