Drei Senioren blicken zurück auf ihre Jugend: Doris Reif-Lohr zog mit der Mädchenbande „Grüne Rotte“ durch die Weinberge, Charlotte Süß übte Klavier, als ob es um ihr Leben ginge, und Gerhard Schneider berichtet von seinem ersten Kuss. Christine Rohrer ließ sich von den Dreien auf eine Reise in die Vergangenheit einladen.
Katsia Kryzhanouskaya and Veve Hitioeuw present the third edition of the IMS Glocal TV-Magazins. Where global journalists report on local topics – this time it is all about Youth. The show includes different reports on serious, interesting and funny topics and welcomes a special studio guest.
The Düsseldorf detention center for young adults holds about 2200 young men each year for up to four weeks. Eira Martens has talked to one of the inmates about how it feels to be imprisoned and how it changes your life.
According to the 2010 Shell youth study, a large number of young people in Germany are not interested in politics. The Friedrich Ebert Foundation wants to change that. Veve Hitipeuw Johns reports on how they use political simulation games to show them that: “Politics is fun!”
They spend every Thursday out on the field learning to become heroes. The Youth Fire Brigade Bonn-Röttgen attracts boys and girls who want to become real firefighters. Anne N’Dungu reports about what it means to be part of these units.
A big party in the forrest, a yearly carnival rally and a little bit of Kölsch – all of this is part of the traditions of young bachelor groups in the Rheinland Area. Farzana Kabir Khan talked to Martin, a young member of such a group, about his life in and around these traditional events.
A big demonstration against discrimination and for equal rights, the Christopher Street Day in Cologne always attracts gays, lesbians and the transgendered along with supporters from all over the country. Helen Mendes talked to three participants about what this event means to them.
Jumpstyle is a sort of dance where kicks are the main element combined with jumps and spins. While some people don’t consider it a real dance, it still attracts the eye when performed in public. Naim Zeqiri took a closer look at this breath-taking sport and three of its young followers.
We’ve had a great week in Berlin this spring assembling dossier no. 3, this time on the topic “Youth in Berlin”. From jugglers to Mormons, from business startups to protesters and Bollywood-crazy Germans – find out if the kids are really alright and what drives them in these fresh stories from the capital.
Er nimmt seine Kunden ernst, und die wiederum hängen an seinen Lippen: Bei Jörg, dem Clown und seiner Kinder-Zirkusschule Don Mehloni durften Katsiaryna Kryzhanouskaya und Tianlin Xu inmitten in der Action beim Seiltanz-Training dabeisein.