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World News

World News

The latest news stories from around the world, including business, sports and cultural events.
50 Videos
Euronews
Future Thinking

Future Thinking

Renowned inventors, scientists and futurologists describe the big idea that they want to solve and how it can transform the world.
20 Videos
BBC Future
World-Changing Ideas

World-Changing Ideas

Fascinating stories, need-to-know briefings and compelling video inspired by BBC Future's World-Changing Ideas event series.
17 Videos
BBC Future
Musica

Musica

Get the latest from the world of classical music: we discover artists, musicians, opera and more in Musica.
15 Videos
Euronews
Leyland's Australia

Leyland's Australia

Mal and Laraine Leyland take us on the caravanning and camping adventure of a lifetime around Australia.
14 Videos
Viewlorium
Cult

Cult

Get the latest videos, pictures & in-depth coverage on the latest lifestyle news, covering music, pop culture, shows, arts, entertainment, expositions, events, concerts, fashion, from Europe & the rest of the World, all as video on demand
13 Videos
Euronews
Out In The Cold

Out In The Cold

When it's -37 Celsius outside and the wind is howling, most of us would do anything to avoid leaving our cozy homes and going to work. But for a handful of individuals living in the extremes of the Arctic, going out in those conditions is their work.
10 Videos
Beyond
Cinema

Cinema

All the latest movie news with clips, comment and interviews from the world of cinema
9 Videos
Euronews
Beyond the Passage of Time

Beyond the Passage of Time

Beyond the Passage of Time investigates an ancient world that is rapidly disappearing as it collides with modernity. Each episode takes the viewer into a different ancient tribe to look at its untampered traditions and customs.
8 Videos
TVF Media
Horizon

Horizon

Horizon tells amazing science stories, unravels mysteries and reveals worlds you've never seen before.
7 Videos
BBC
ANYDOKO Shorts

ANYDOKO Shorts

The best pieces of the world in bite-size format.
7 Videos
ANYDOKO
Backlight

Backlight

Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
6 Videos
VPRO
This Is

This Is

Cinematic snapshots of our favourite places.
4 Videos
ANYDOKO
Brazil With Michael Palin

Brazil With Michael Palin

Michael Palin visits Brazil for the very first time, travelling from the lost world of Amazonia to the buzzing metropolis of Rio de Janeiro, to meet the people and visit the places that shape this nation. Over 192 million people call this land their home. Taking up over half of South America, Brazil is a mix of races, religions, sophistication, wildness, wealth, poverty and unexplored wilderness. The country is considered one of the rising global powers - less scary than China, less authoritarian than Russia and less chaotic than India with vast natural resources, a burgeoning industrial base and a strong currency that make it the envy of all.
4 Videos
BBC
China - Triumph And Turmoil

China - Triumph And Turmoil

Niall Ferguson travels through this vast country to find out how a fifth of humanity can live under a Communist system of government with a capitalist economy when, according to all the laws of history, it should fall apart. Held together for more than 2000 years, firstly by imperial rule and now by an imperious Communist Party, what does China stand for? Ferguson talks to the people who know, including its new billionaires, survivors of Chairman Mao's regime, ardent young nationalists and those defending China's rural poor.
3 Videos
BBC
Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History

Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History

The history of black people in Britain is frequently reduced to the story of recent black settlement. But that is not where this extraordinary cross-continental relationship begins. Africa and Britain: A Forgotten History re-tells the story of black people in the UK and – to do so – travels to the United States, Jamaica, South Africa, and Sierra Leone. Forgotten art vaults are unlocked, artefacts re-examined and 20 Black History plaques unveiled to the public. Award-winning historian David Olusoga tells the story of a young enslaved African brought to Britain under the protection of Queen Victoria, and explores the terrible legacy of slavery and the impact of the world wars.
3 Videos
BBC
Ewan McGregor - Cold Chain Mission

Ewan McGregor - Cold Chain Mission

Ewan McGregor is on a mission to the ends of the earth to immunise some of the hardest-to-reach children in the world.
2 Videos
BBC
Panorama

Panorama

The BBC's Panorama is the world's longest running investigative TV show, featuring interviews and reports on a wide variety of subjects.
2 Videos
BBC
The Chinese Are Coming

The Chinese Are Coming

Justin Rowlatt investigates the spread of Chinese influence around the planet and asks what the world will be like if China overtakes America as the world's economic superpower.
2 Videos
BBC
Everyday HK

Everyday HK

Everyday HK is an original video series following Steph Lau's day to day life in Asia's global city Hong Kong.
2 Videos
ANYDOKO
Game. Set. KL.

Game. Set. KL.

Explore the best of Malaysia with tennis superstar Nick Kyrgios.
2 Videos
ANYDOKO
What If?

What If?

What If?' from BBC Future explores thought experiments and hypothetical scenarios.
2 Videos
BBC Future
Japanoizy

Japanoizy

Discover traditional and modern Japan.
2 Videos
ANYDOKO
This World

This World

International investigative documentary series from the BBC.
1 Video
BBC
Wonderland

Wonderland

This BBC documentary strand is an annual eight-part series of hour-long films about different aspects of contemporary British life.
1 Video
BBC
Top Picks

Top Picks

We list our favourite foods and things to do all over the world.
1 Video
ANYDOKO
Building Tomorrow

Building Tomorrow

Building Tomorrow presents radical visions that illustrate not only the huge challenges we face, but also the opportunities that could materialise if we push the limits of what's possible.
1 Video
BBC Future
Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp swapped spear gun for camera in 1962, after winning six Australian spear fishing titles and representing Australia at the world titles.
1 Video
Viewlorium
Brussels Bureau

Brussels Bureau

All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
1 Video
Euronews
No Comment

No Comment

No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary. No Comment on demand video is available on euronews.com, Euronews mobile apps, on Facebook.com/euronews and on our YouTube channel: No Comment TV
1 Video
Euronews

Travel Videos

The saints come marching in: The wooden churches of Poland

The saints come marching in: The wooden churches of Poland

While most churches around Europe are built from stone and other hard materials, Poland's traditional wooden churches have stood the test of time.
24.com
2mins
Viewer Video from Mexico

Viewer Video from Mexico

Check-in viewer Erick Garcia Herrera shows us some of his very best vacation impressions from the beaches of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Deutsche Welle
1min
The Touring of Liverpool

The Touring of Liverpool

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 ...
Deutsche Welle
3mins
Take a look at the plastics of the future

Take a look at the plastics of the future

From hemp to lobster, the possibilities are various.
Euronews
March For Our Lives Makes Gun Violence A Top Issue for 2020 Hopefuls

March For Our Lives Makes Gun Violence A Top Issue for 2020 Hopefuls

Over a year since its founding, the student-led advocacy group March For Our Lives is now working to make ending gun violence a top priority for 2020 presidential candidates.
Cheddar
Cult - Annual Cartoon Xira puts spotlight on Portuguese bullfighting

Annual Cartoon Xira puts spotlight on Portuguese bullfighting

As Portugal’s bullfighting tradition is stirring a tense debate in the country. The annual Cartoon Xira presented an exhibition of the Argentinian cartoonist Marlene Pohle's unpublished drawings.
Euronews
Musica - Musica

Musica

It is the most epic and successful musical version of Goethe's masterpiece ‘Faust’. Written by French composer Gounod, it is currently being staged in London.
Euronews
To Save Water, Michael Phelps Wants You to 'Use Common Sense'

To Save Water, Michael Phelps Wants You to 'Use Common Sense'

After making a name for himself in the pool, Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps is making it his mission to save water in American homes.
Cheddar
A far-right party plays kingmaker in Spain

A far-right party plays kingmaker in Spain

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.
Deutsche Welle
Dream of fame: Russia's youth talent shows

Dream of fame: Russia's youth talent shows

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.
Deutsche Welle
As Brexit looms: Escape to Britain

As Brexit looms: Escape to Britain

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.
Deutsche Welle
France: Notre Dame After the Fire

France: Notre Dame After the Fire

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.
Deutsche Welle
SA City Guide: Khayelitsha

SA City Guide: Khayelitsha

From township fine dining to an award-winning shack theatre, Khayelitsha has a lot to offer visitors to Cape Town.
24.com
3mins
The castles of Poland that will make you dream of knights and magic

The castles of Poland that will make you dream of knights and magic

These are just a handful of the stunning castles in Poland, some hailing from the time of kings, knights and magic.
24.com
2mins
World News - Notre Dame cathedral: Why is it considered a historical and cultural gem?

Notre Dame cathedral: Why is it considered a historical and cultural gem?

Notre Dame is not only a Catholic emblem but a place where French history and culture converge.
Euronews
Tragedy in Paris: Notre Dame Cathedral Engulfed in Flames

Tragedy in Paris: Notre Dame Cathedral Engulfed in Flames

The world gasped on Monday when the historic Notre Dame cathedral in Paris went up in flames. "It got so thick, we had trouble breathing, it was burning our eyes, it was singeing our noses and mouths," David Almacy, an eyewitness to the fire, told...
Cheddar
Experiencing nature on the Faroe Islands

Experiencing nature on the Faroe Islands

Between Norway and Iceland - globetrotter Steve Hanisch explores the Faroe Islands on land, on water and from the air.
Deutsche Welle
3mins
Country Star Hunter Hayes Puts a Positive Spin on 'Heartbreak'

Country Star Hunter Hayes Puts a Positive Spin on 'Heartbreak'

Country singer Hunter Hayes is back with his first single in three years, 'Heartbreak' ー but it's not your typical tragic love song.
Cheddar
How this Thai educational movement empowers rural students

How this Thai educational movement empowers rural students

More and more in Thailand, rural students learn in traditional classrooms, but with an emphasis on hands-on activities.
PBS
Why this poet says there is no ‘single story spun on a single tongue’

Why this poet says there is no ‘single story spun on a single tongue’

Erica Dawson, a professor and writer, said she was surprised while on book tour recently to be faced with the same question over and over again, about speaking for “the black experience.” Black poets never went away. We don’t only deserve the stage
PBS
Author and journalist Sarah Smarsh on resisting ‘bogus’ labels that divide us

Author and journalist Sarah Smarsh on resisting ‘bogus’ labels that divide us

Sarah Smarsh is an author and a journalist whose environment as an adult diverges greatly from her childhood on a Kansas wheat farm.
PBS
40 years later, the ERA is still not a part of the Constitution

40 years later, the ERA is still not a part of the Constitution

Forty years ago, Congress approved the Equal Rights Amendment, guaranteeing protection from discrimination on the basis of sex -- but it has never been ratified as a constitutional amendment.
PBS
Why we should think differently about classical music

Why we should think differently about classical music

Musician and critic Jennifer Gersten wants us to transform the way we think about classical music.
PBS
Why climate change is an ‘all-encompassing threat’

Why climate change is an ‘all-encompassing threat’

Although a candidate just entered the 2020 presidential race with a platform centered on climate change, some experts say Americans aren’t fully aware of the scope and seriousness of global warming.
PBS
4mins
Training camp for populists in Italy

Training camp for populists in Italy

An Italian monastery has been transformed into an academy for right-wing populists. The project is backed by U.S. President Donald Trump's former advisor Steve Bannon.
Deutsche Welle
Ukraine: Displaced and disadvantaged

Ukraine: Displaced and disadvantaged

Ukrainian refugees from the Donbass region are facing bureaucratic hurdles. They have had trouble voting in the presidential election.
Deutsche Welle
Homeless Twitter activist in France

Homeless Twitter activist in France

Christian Page uses social media to campaign for the rights of the homeless. He's already got thousands of followers.
Deutsche Welle
World News - He could draw with both hands! Research 'shows Da Vinci was ambidextrous'

He could draw with both hands! Research 'shows Da Vinci was ambidextrous'

Research from the Uffizi gallery in Florence has proved that Renaissance master Leonardo Da Vinci could draw and paint with both hands.
Euronews
Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Episode 3

Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Episode 3

David Olusoga explores the Victorian moral crusade against slavery.
BBC
49mins
Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Episode 2

Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Episode 2

David Olusoga looks at slavery and remembers black sailors who fought for Britain.
BBC
50mins
Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Episode 1

Africa And Britain - A Forgotten History - Episode 1

David Olusoga explores the relationship between Britain and people of African origins.
BBC
50mins
The Unseen Inefficiency of Escalator Etiquette

The Unseen Inefficiency of Escalator Etiquette

Is there a right way to ride an escalator? City escalator etiquette states that one side is for standers and the other for walkers. But is this the safest, most efficient way to ride an escalator?
Cheddar
Hip Hop's Underground Beat Economy

Hip Hop's Underground Beat Economy

Hip hop producers are selling cheap beats online with some becoming hit songs. You might think that hip hop producers are missing out on millions but this business model upends the traditional power structure of the music industry and could make p...
Cheddar
Why The Eyes Of Portraits Seem to Follow You

Why The Eyes Of Portraits Seem to Follow You

Ever wonder if that painting is looking at you? Its eyes moving with you as you walk in front of it? It's definitely possible, join Patrick Jones as he explores the Mona Lisa effect and whether it pertains to the famous the phenomenon is named after.
Cheddar
Why All Movie Posters Look the Same

Why All Movie Posters Look the Same

Have you ever noticed how a lot of movie posters look the same? Romantic comedies have the two leads stand back-to-back while actions films show the stars from the back. Cheddar explains why a lot Hollywood's posters use the same visual tropes.
Cheddar
The Real Way Blockbusters Make Their Money

The Real Way Blockbusters Make Their Money

The most important way that blockbuster movies make money isn't always at the box office. Cheddar explains what the secret pull for PG-13 ratings are from filmmakers & studios, and how that impacts audiences.
Cheddar
Why "Billionaire's Row" Pays the Lowest Property Tax Rate in NYC

Why "Billionaire's Row" Pays the Lowest Property Tax Rate in NYC

Billionaire's Row is a stretch of super tall, super expensive apartments in Midtown Manhattan. Their owners use the apartments as investments - and they are able to pay less in taxes than other homeowners.
Cheddar
How Thieves Stole the Crown Jewels of Sweden

How Thieves Stole the Crown Jewels of Sweden

The Crown Jewels of King Charles IX of Sweden have been stolen – with a lot of style, we might add. Let's investigate whether thieves on bikes and speedboats were able to outwit all the king's horses, men, women, helicopters, boats, divers...and b...
Cheddar
Counting Cards Won't Make You Rich

Counting Cards Won't Make You Rich

There is a fascination with counting cards in blackjack. Everyone wants to learn how to cheat the system and leave the casino a millionaire, but the truth is it's nearly impossible to do so.
Cheddar
What You Are Really Paying For When You Buy A Turkey?

What You Are Really Paying For When You Buy A Turkey?

What's the real cost when you purchase a commercial turkey vs. a heritage turkey? Cheddar explains what heritage turkeys are and why they're becoming more and more popular.
Cheddar
Stop Complaining, You Secretly Love Spoilers

Stop Complaining, You Secretly Love Spoilers

Spoiler alert! Cheddar investigates the TV spoilers we love to hate -- and asks whether the dreaded cliffhangers really matter anymore.
Cheddar
How South Korea Is Solving Deadly Overworking

How South Korea Is Solving Deadly Overworking

South Koreans work 305 hours more than the world average per year. The work culture has even caused multiple deaths. Cheddar explains what's happening in one of the most overworked countries in the world.
Cheddar
We Accidentally Created a Viral Meme

We Accidentally Created a Viral Meme

They did surgery on a grape. A couple of weeks ago a line from one of Cheddar's old Facebook videos went massively viral. The producer of that video and author of the line heard 'round the world, Max Godnick, tries to figure out why.
Cheddar
Lance Bass Puts Focus on Disgraced Manager Lou Pearlman in New Boy Band Doc

Lance Bass Puts Focus on Disgraced Manager Lou Pearlman in New Boy Band Doc

Nostalgia for the 1990s often includes hit boy bands such as Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC. But few remember Lou Pearlman, the disgraced impresario who managed the bands and created one of the largest Ponzi schemes in U.S. history.
Cheddar
Equal Pay Day: NOW President Has Some Ideas for Closing Gender Pay Gap

Equal Pay Day: NOW President Has Some Ideas for Closing Gender Pay Gap

Why do women still make less than men? It's "simply discrimination," said Toni van Pelt, the president of the National Organization for Women.
Cheddar
How YouTube Helped Gigi Gorgeous Come Out

How YouTube Helped Gigi Gorgeous Come Out

The YouTuber and transgender activist Gigi Gorgeous is sharing her story and hoping to inspire others in a new book released this week.
Cheddar
We Quizzed the Cast of 'Billions' on Ultra-Luxury Prices

We Quizzed the Cast of 'Billions' on Ultra-Luxury Prices

The cast and creator of the hit Showtime series, "Billions," stopped by Cheddar on Wednesday after ringing the opening bell at the NYSE.
Cheddar
Art Paris Art Fair 2019: Modern and contemporary art that is truly inclusive

Art Paris Art Fair 2019: Modern and contemporary art that is truly inclusive

It's the place to be in the French capital this spring — Art Paris Art Fair 2019 has opened its doors (the doors of the majestic Grand Palais, to be precise) with 150 exhibitors from 20 countries showing at the exhibition.
Euronews