World AIDS Day has been taking place on December 1st every year since 1988. It affirms the rights of HIV-positive people worldwide and calls for coexistence without prejudice and exclusion. World AIDS Day also reminds people who have died as a result of HIV and AIDS. Around 38 million people worldwide live with HIV. Photo: sergey mikheev (unsplash.com)
Shopping professionals wait for this all year round: on Black Friday, numerous stores and online stores entice shoppers to shop in style with special discount promotions and special offers. Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Unsplash
As the holidays approach, many get into a mode that is anything but contemplative: year-end closings at work, family party preparations, and crowded stores where we are frantically trying to grab the right gifts.
On November 8th, the midterm elections will take place in the United States to mark the middle of the presidential term. These have often decided the fate of presidents in the past. New governors are being elected in 36 of the 50 US states.
On 6 December each year, Christians all over the world commemorate Saint Nicholas. In the first half of the fourth century AD, Saint Nicholas served as a bishop in Myra, in what is now Turkey.
The Irish Free State (Saorstát Éireann) was the predecessor of today's Republic of Ireland from 1922 to 1937. It was founded 100 years ago on December 6, 1922. Photo by Tommy Bond on Unsplash
December 29 is the birthday of the Catalan cellist Pablo Casals (1876 - 1973). Since 2016, this day celebrates the stringed instrument and all cellists. Picture: Pixabay/pexels.com
International Mountain Day was first proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2002. Also called "World Mountain Day", it aims to raise awareness of the diversity of the world's rooftop ecosystems.
The world's largest medical trade fair will take place in Düsseldorf from November 14 to 17. The latest medical technology innovations will be presented, there will be networking and knowledge exchange.
Every year since 2004, the nationwide reading day on the third Friday in November aims to get children and adults excited about the importance of reading aloud. On November 18, 2022, the Reading Day will take place for the 19th time. This year's motto is "Unique together". Photo by Picsea on Unsplash
November 6 is International Saxophone Day. On the birthday of the Belgian inventor Adolphe Sax (1814 - 1894), the instrument is honored with many concerts and our matching tracklist! You can find suitable music for your report here. Photo: Jens Thekkeveettil / unsplash.com
The opening game of the 2022 World Cup will take place in Qatar on November 20. The award to Qatar was accompanied from the start by allegations of bribery. Revelations have shown that some FIFA officials' votes have been bought. Another criticism of the host is the country's problematic human rights situation.
We are more than happy to announce our new partner library from Budapest; TWELVETONES production music. We will integrate more than 60 TWELVETONES-albums into our catalougue. In this playlist you find some of the first available tracks. Enjoy.
Hacking is often associated with cybercrime. Unauthorized persons gain access to digital systems, often in order to cause damage. Political conflicts are now also being fought out digitally, among other things. Our nerdy soundtrack to the topic:
Although the time change should have been abolished a long time ago, we set the clocks to wintertime on October 30. For reporting on the debate and on the question; forward or back? we have compiled the appropriate tracks. Foto: 30daysreplay Social Media Marketing / Unsplash.com
The term Halloween encompasses folk customs in the evening and on the night from October 31 to November 1. These were originally widespread mainly in Catholic Ireland and were brought to the USA and expanded by Irish immigrants. Since the 1990s, US-American Halloween customs have also spread in Europe. Photo by Ehud Neuhaus on Unsplash
Since Corona, the world of exotic houseplants has boomed. In many apartments are now countless green beauties that need to be cared for. If the plant seems sad, short guides from the TV or online videos from Plantfluencern help. Against aphids, thrips and co!
In summer, nothing beats free time and good company, with which you just get in the car and then drive off. Preferably without a destination. The soundtrack to the road trip in our new tracklist. Photo: anja. / unsplash.com
This year's Frankfurt Book Fair opens on October 19th. The traditional fair was founded in 1949 by the German Book Trade Association. Under the motto "Sparkling Creativity", this year's guest country Spain presents developments and currents in the literary and cultural life of this fascinating country. Photo by Pickawood on Unsplash
The British Broadcasting Corporation, or BBC for short, went on the air for the first time on October 18, 2022. The UK public service broadcaster is the oldest national broadcaster in the world. Photo by Rich Smith on Unsplash
Since 2013, Hug a Drummer Day has been held on October 10. We hug all our drummers with the following playlist. Photo: Mantas Hesthaven / unsplash.com
Every year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world. In 1981 The UN General Assembly has declared this a day devoted to strengthening peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire. It also encourages nations to focus on education and public awareness of peace-related issues. For International Day of Peace 2022, the theme is 'End Racism. Build Peace'. Photo: Sunyu on Unsplash.com
On September 25th, the Berlin Marathon 2022 will take place in the capital. The organizers expect over 45,000 runners from around 150 nations and hundreds of thousands of spectators along the route. Photo by Flo Karr on Unsplash
In view of the current energy crisis, how private households, companies, and public institutions can save electricity and gas costs is a constant topic in the media. Photo: Appolinary Kalashnikova (unsplash.com)
After the canceled IFA last year, the next trade fair for consumer and home electronics will take place in Berlin from September 2nd to 6th, 2022. The latest inventions in communication technology, virtual realities, growing focal points such as intelligent household appliances and the show program in the IFA summer garden make the traditional event at the radio tower so popular. Photo by Maxim Hopman on Unsplash
August 29, 2022, is the first day of school after the summer holidays at most schools in Berlin. Two days before, the school enrollment ceremony for the first graders is celebrated with the family. Traditionally, the little ones receive a school cone (or candy cone) full of presents on this day.
From September 1, 2022, the statutory minimum wage for nursing care in Germany is to be increased in three steps by the end of 2023. Around 1.2 million employees work in facilities that fall under the minimum wage for care - the increase is intended to relieve them financially and give them better recognition for their expertise and important social role. Photo by Dominik Lange on Unsplash
Artful Production Music is a Production Music Library like UBM Records. They cooperate with each other so you can find the whole catalogue of Artful in the UBM library. It is high class produced music and worth listening. There is a lot of music to discover especially for crime-content or nature documentaries!
In 1998 the American Patrick Grant declared August 24 International Strange Music Day. The idea is to open up new acoustic terrain. To offer something the ear has never heard before. Foto: Dominik Vanyi on unsplash.com
For explainer videos, background analysis, reports and news. Neutral, background sound suitable for a wide range of topics; from science to politics to society. Photo: Martin Sanchez // unsplash.com
Besides all the bad news that dominates our everyday lives, it is especially important to value joy. On the International Day of Joy, you can give each other a little bit of that. Here comes our Tracklist full of joyful music. Foto: Jacqueline Munguía / unsplash.com
Swatantrata Divas, Independence Day, is one of the three national holidays celebrating India's end of British colonial rule. Their foreign rule ended in 1947 after decades of protests by the Indian population and the non-violent resistance led by Mahatma Gandhi. Because of religious and ethnic strife, what was once British India was divided into two independent states: predominantly Hindu India and Muslim Pakistan. The division process was by no means peaceful. During the following years, conflicts similar to civil wars broke out. Photo by Joshuva Daniel on Unsplash
The Cologne Gamescom is the world's largest trade fair for computer and video games. International manufacturers present new software and hardware here. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has only taken place in digital form for the past two years, this year it is finally welcoming its numerous visitors offline again. Gamescom has been taking place on the Koelnmesse site since 2009; it was previously held in Leipzig. Photo by Laura Heimann on Unsplash
The greatest Hits of UBM Records to party to! Photo by Donny Jiang/unsplash.com
Since 2013, blues fans around the world have been celebrating the first Saturday in August as International Blues Music Day. This year, this musical day of action falls on August 6th. Numerous concerts, conferences, and meetings go into the roots of the blues, its cultural significance, and musical characteristics. Photo by Florencia Viadana on Unsplash
Reports on nursing staff have increased in recent years. Not least because of Corona, the debate about underpayment, staff shortages and extreme working conditions has become loud. A profession that deserves more attention than applause. Picture: Marcelo Leal // Unsplash.com
Summertime, travel time! The long-awaited summer holidays are finally upon us and we are drawn to faraway places. Today, the range of different types of travel is more individualised and diverse than ever: whether it's a classic beach holiday in Majorca or Sylt, enjoying the vanlife adventure to the fullest while camping with a camper van, or spending the summer stress-free at home between the open-air pool and the balcony – there's something for everyone and, above all, for every budget! Photo: Raphaël Biscaldi on Unsplash.com
HIIT, MMA and the stretching afterwards: A good workout video needs motivating music. We've pulled out our sportiest tracks with sweat guarantee - whether online or offline.
International Chess Day is a worldwide day of action celebrated annually on July 20th. It is the founding day of FIDE, the international chess federation. This was launched in 1924. On the occasion of its birthday, FIDE organizes numerous events and competitions all over the world. Photo by Damiano Lingauri on Unsplash
Since 2019, the nationwide Simson Day has been celebrated in Germany on July 19 in honor of the iconic GDR two-wheeler brand. Launched by fans of the Suhl two-stroke motorcycles, motorcycle exhibitions and joint trips are organized throughout Germany on this day. Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash
In marketing and related commercial areas, the target group of people over the age of designated 50 years. The most important characteristic of Best Agers, and one that is most interesting for marketing researchers, is their relatively high disposable income on average. Best agers are considered to be affluent, keen to spend and quality-conscious. Photo by Jeff Sheldon on Unsplash
We love our animal companions! Dog, cat or bearded dragon – animals we live with are often loyal friends. Naturally, numerous TV formats, films and radio plays are dedicated to them. And we have the perfect soundtrack for these productions here:
True crime formats are a very popular entertainment format - whether on television or as podcasts. Music plays an important role in creating the right mood.
The Berlin Biennale is a forum for contemporary art in the German capital. It takes place every two years at different locations in Berlin and is shaped by the concepts of well-known curators. The motto of the Biennale 2022 is "Still Present!". This year the exhibitions can be visited from June 11th to September 18th. Photo by Maximilian Zahn on Unsplash
The name "Watergate" stands for one of the biggest political scandals in American history. A whole series of crimes, attempts at cover-ups and corruption during the tenure of Republican President Richard Nixon was uncovered through journalistic investigative work. On June 17, 1972—50 years ago—reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward revealed in the Washington Post that Richard Nixon was behind a break-in at Democratic polling headquarters. At the end of the subsequent dramatic revelations, the President resigned from office in 1974.
As part of the second relief package for increased energy costs, the German federal government has decided on an attractively priced personal monthly ticket for the price of 9 euros per month for the use of local public transport for a period of three months. The promotion has a duration of three calendar months and starts on June 1, 2022. Photo by Soroush Karimi on Unsplash
In the northern hemisphere of the world - i.e. in Germany and the rest of Europe, among others - the start of summer on June 21, 2022. This is the time of the summer solstice. The sun is then above the northern tropic. Photo: Etienne Girardet (unsplash.com)
"E.T.- The Extra-Terrestrial" was released in US cinemas on June 11, 1982 and in West Germany on December 9, 1982. Citizens of the GDR had to wait until 1988 to see Steven Spielberg's science fiction classic. The film became the world's highest-grossing film of the decade. A good reason for a retro playlist with a lot of 80s charm. Photo by Jeremy Thomas on Unsplash
In times of rapidly spreading news and fake news, investigative journalism is more important than ever. Thorough and comprehensive research has brought many a scandal to the public and held those responsible accountable.
Music makes advertising unique, recognizable and ensures that it is remembered. We have compiled a tracklist with the best music for rousing, exciting and emotional advertising. If you are missing the right track, take a look at our library or just send us an email.
Trainspotters take note! From June likely until mid-August 2022, visitors to the German Museum of Technology will have the opportunity to experience three generations of Berlin subway trains with all their senses, side by side up close. Among them: A 1:1 mock-up of the future underground train generation J, a double railcar of the generation F79 from 1980, some of which are currently still in service, as well as the oldest preserved subway train car in Germany of the A1 series from 1908.
Quiz shows have been one of the most popular formats for decades, especially on television. Over time, a large variety of formats has developed, which differ greatly in terms of regulations, questions and the amount of prizes. So-called call-in sweepstakes are not only part of typical quiz shows, but are also part of the side program of many other programs.
On Saturday, May 14, the final of the 66th Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Turin. In 2021, the Italian band Måneskin won the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam with the song "Zitti e buoni". This is the third time that the popular competition has been held in Italy, after 1965 in Naples and 1991 in Rome.
EU member states are obliged to carry out a population, building and housing census every ten years. The Federal Statistical Office prepares the census in terms of organization and technology. The deadline is May 15th. Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash
April 30 marks the eleventh International Jazz Day. UNESCO calls for the celebration of the musical genre, highlighting its important role in the fight against discrimination. The day is celebrated worldwide with musical events. Foto: dimitri.photography on unsplash
Opened a little earlier than in previous years on April 23, 2022, the Venice Art Biennale opens. The central exhibition, the exhibitions in the national pavilions ("Partecipazioni nazionali"), the side exhibitions ("Eventi collaterali") and the unofficial parallel exhibitions form the world's largest accumulation of contemporary art. This year the Biennale is taking place for the 59th time. Photo by alessandro fazari on Unsplash
Everything is blooming! After the unpredictable weather of April, May is finally warm and beautiful. Springtime is garden time - the best time to unpack your green thumb again. Our playlist is for all productions about spring, gardening tutorials and lunchtime shows.
Most people associate Australia with beautiful landscapes, unique wildlife and the fascinating culture of the Aborigines. Unfortunately, the continent is in the news at the moment mainly because of devastating floods on the East coast.
In April of this year, the presidential elections in France (Élection présidentielle française de 2022) will be held for the twelfth time to elect the President of the Fifth French Republic. The first round of voting is dated April 10, 2022 after the end of the current five-year term of office (Quinquennat). If no candidate receives an absolute majority of the votes in the first ballot, a second ballot will be necessary on April 24th. Photo by Anthony Tan on Unsplash
Whether earthquakes, major fires, volcanic eruptions or storms: the power of the elements on our planet shows up again and again. They are the basis of all life on earth, but they also have destructive powers. Photo by NASA on Unsplash
Yoga was listed as an intangible world cultural heritage by UNESCO in 2016. Whether on youtube, in the studio or on a retreat - yoga is one of the most popular sports and helps many people to find not only physical balance. Foto: Jared Rice on unsplash.com
On a discovery tour round distant shores – travel formats kindle our wanderlust and whisk us away to the big, wide world. A short escape from the drudgery of everyday life, a temporary immersion in foreign cultures – from the comfort of our own living room. Photo: Caroline Selfors on Unsplash.com.
In the shadow of abuse scandals and cover-up attempts by high-ranking church representatives, the Catholic Church is at a crossroads. From February 3 to 5 2022, the Third Synodal Assembly took place in Frankfurt am Main, where clergy and laity gathered in order to discuss the future of the Catholic Church. Photo: Channel 82 on Unsplash.com.
The Berlin International Film Festival is one of the most important events and celebrations of the music industry worldwide. The 72nd Berlinale takes place this year from January 10 - 20. It includes numerous award ceremonies. Our Berlinale playlist is suitable for all productions including red carpets, the show business and the high society.
70 years ago - on July 8, 1952 - the first historically verified application of twelve crosswalks took place in Munich. A year later, the legislature introduced the pedestrian crossings nationwide. Photo by Ryoji Iwata on Unsplash
Piano Day promotes the diversity, development and musical dimensions of the piano. Piano concerts are held in many cities. The day was established in 2015 by Nils Frahm. Since then, Piano Day is always celebrated on the 88th day (based on the number of piano keys) of the year on March 29.
TV formats in which the participants are looking for the love of their lives have been trendy for several years. Whether on islands, farms or in the classic studio: flirting has no boundaries here. Image: Debashis RC Biswas on unsplash.com
LGBTQ*, FLINTA, or simply queer: It is more and more becoming accepted that a broad spectrum of sexual orientations and gender identities exists beyond the heteronormative binary. Photo: Alex Jackman on Unsplash.com.
And the Oscar goes to... The 94th Academy Awards ceremony will honour the best films of 2021 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California on March 27th. Photo: Philippe Collard (unsplash.com)
Easter is the feast of the resurrection of Christ and next to Pentecost the oldest and highest festival of the Christian church. For the Easter date (first Sunday after the spring full moon), the Jewish festival Passover was originally decisive. The numerous regional Easter customs in Central Europe are partly of Christian-mythological (Easter lamb, Easter eggs), partly Germanic (Easter fire), but also unclear origin (Easter bunny).
Europe and the world are watching Ukraine and Russia's next moves with bated breath.
TV shows and docutainment formats in which viewers sell their attic finds to dealers at often surprising prices have enjoyed great popularity for years. Do you perhaps also have hidden treasures in your basement? Photo by K. Mitch Hodge on Unsplash
In 1972, the Interrail ticket revolutionized the way young people traveled across Europe. With the ticket you could travel through 21 countries at a flat rate. In March, the first set off to get to know cities and countries on the rails. The principle still exists today, albeit in a different form. Photo by Christian Lue on Unsplash
Home office, quarantine, no time to cook, or simply too lazy to go out - more and more food is being delivered directly to the door. Uniformed delivery men on fast wheels dominate the traffic scene in major cities. It's often about speed, heavy loads and lots of movement.
Inflation is at a record high and the rate is expected to rise further for the time being. The euro is thus losing more and more of its value.
They call themselves The Last Generation: Young climate activists who resort to desperate means to shake up politics and society. Photo: Markus Spiske on Unsplash.com.
Often discredited as catering solely to housewives, the morning to early afternoon broadcast block continues to enjoy great popularity and offers practical consumer tips on cooking, gardening and the home – interspersed with bits of entertainment and the cheeky wit of likeable presenter duos.
Ramsay, Oliver, Turner – we love our tv chefs for their their quirky personalities and their mouth-watering culinary compositions. A selection of dynamic, exotic and joyful musical pieces that work as the perfect accompaniment for busy activity in the studio kitchen.
On January 1st, 2022, the statutory minimum wage will rise from € 9.60 to € 9.82. It will be increased again to € 10.45 in July 2022. 21% of German employees worked below the low-wage threshold in 2021. The new government wants to raise the minimum wage to a total of € 12.
The Middle Ages is the epoch in European history between the end of antiquity and the beginning of the modern age, approximately the period between the 6th and 15th centuries.
In 2014, for the first time, more people moved away from Berlin, Hamburg and the five other largest German cities than arrived. This trend continues to this day. There are many reasons for people fleeing the city: rising rents, overcrowded inner cities or the longing for more peace and clarity are all part of it. In contrast to this are problems such as the aging of entire regions or the relocation of companies from rural areas. Photo by Karsten Würth on Unsplash
The title of quality journalism is awarded to high-quality journalism that is characterized above all by careful research and factual reporting. In contrast to tabloid journalism, for example, it fulfills characteristics such as independence, duty of care or research quality. Our playlist contains musical suggestions that are characterized by their special originality and are particularly well suited for documentary formats and sophisticated art and culture programs. Photo by AbsolutVision on Unsplash
In 1946 the first computer game for a tube computer was developed by Thomas T. Goldsmith Jr. and Estle Ray Mann and the development of new technologies and games continues to this day. In 2020 alone, computer and video games generated sales of 1.17 billion euros in Germany.
The Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko is currently in the news for escalating the refugee situation at the EU-border to Poland. A humanitarian crisis is imminent. Photo: Simon Hurry on Unsplash.
Since 2009, International Transgender Day of Visibility (also called TDOV, Transgender Day of Visibility) is an annual event occurring on March 31. It is dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide. Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash
Wether political scandals or the current measures to combat the Covid pandemic: the alpine state is currently an indispensable part of the news. Photo: Thomas Def on Unsplash
The international cuisine is shaped by cultural traditions and natural resources, the variety of recipes seems colourful and limitless. Photo: Maarten van den Heuvel (unsplash.com)
The hurricanes "Zeynep" and "Ylenia" have had Germany firmly under control for days - and the next storm is already on the horizon. Meteorologists warn of "Antonia", which will again bring showers, thunderstorms, and strong gusts. Photo by Fer Nando on Unsplash
Even after the election campaign, the competitive housing market will remain a constant topic in politics and the media. Suitable music on topics such as gentrification, social hot spots, economics and political discourse can be found here. Photo by Vita Marija Murenaite on Unsplash
Virtual reality, or VR for short, is the representation and simultaneous perception of reality and its physical properties in a real-time, computer-generated, interactive virtual environment. Photo: Martin Sanchez (unsplash.com)
Equality as an expression of social justice leads to equal participation in personal development opportunities. In this way, gender equality also creates the freedom and social space to realize individual life plans. Photo: Priscilla Du Preez (unsplash.com)
Sharing economy refers to companies, platforms and communities that enable shared use of completely or partially unused resources. The terms collaborative consumption and collaborative economy are also used in English-speaking countries. Features of this practice are collaborative consumption, collaborative production, collaborative finance, open and freely accessible knowledge, and horizontal and open administrative structures.
Catch the sun, enjoy the evening, meet friends and spend a relaxing time together; in short: Open Air! Due to the persistent temperatures and existing hygiene and distance rules, events take place in the open air at every free corner. Photo: Krisztina Papp (unsplash.com)
Stuck at home? Try this collection of relaxed beats from jazzy to trippy as a backdrop for focused work. Photo: marcus aurelius at pexels.com
The Veganuary campaign is conquering the world: hundreds of thousands of people participate in it every year. They abstain from using all animal-based ingredients in their diet for one month. Many will continue to do so after the trial period to do something for their health and against climate change.
Whether alone, as a couple, with friends and family: the long-awaited vacation time is finally just around the corner! Pack your suitcase and head for the sun. Photo: Ibrahim Rifath (unsplash.com)
E-mobility is taking up more and more space today. Electromobility describes the mobility of people and goods in geographic space with the help of electric drives. Photo: Waldemar Brandt (unsplash.com)
Scripted Reality, Script Documentation, Pseudo Documentation or Pseudo Documentation Soap is a genre of reality TV in which the documentation of real events is simulated. The scenes are played by actors (mostly amateur actors) according to directional instructions (script). Photo: Jon Tyson (unsplash.com)
The number of church exits has been increasing sharply across Europe for several years. Photo: Akira Hojo (unsplash.com)
Mild temperatures and many hours of sunshine ensure endorphins and spring fever. Photo: mvp (www.unsplash.com)
They explain complex scientific content in an understandable and entertaining way: Science influencers are the new stars on social media. Photo by ThisisEngineering RAEng on Unsplash.com
The stock exchange is a market for standardized trading objects organized according to certain rules.
A vaccination, also known as a protective vaccination, vaccination or vaccination, is the administration of a vaccine with the aim of protecting against a (communicable) disease. It is used to activate the immune system against specific substances. Vaccinations were developed as a preventive measure against infectious diseases. Vaccinations are currently available against a wide variety of viral and bacterial infectious diseases. Photo: Azazello BQ (unsaplash.com)
In Germany, the State Music Council chooses the “Instrument of the Year” every year. In 2021 that was the organ and now: the drums! Photo by Matthijs Smit on Unsplash
The 1990s: a decade that is slowly but surely celebrating its comeback. Vintage clothing, jogging suits, Vokuhila's and tattoo collars are just a few of the things that are popping up again and again in hip and independent neighborhoods. The music from 30 years ago also creates a well-known and unforgettable hype with fresh remixes and newly mastered versions. Photo: Lorenzo Herrera (unsplash.com)
The cold season has not only found its way into our four walls, but also into our wardrobes. Hats, scarves and gloves have become an indispensable part of daily walks. After a day in the cold, you can look forward to a warm bathtub, cozy cuddles and a hot tea. Photo: Andrew Ridley (unsplash.com)
Podcasts have enjoyed increasing popularity for years. They provide information on all imaginable topics in an entertaining way. Photo by CoWomen on Unsplash
Silicon Valley in the southern San Francisco Bay Area in California is home to numerous start-ups and global technology companies. Apple, Facebook and Google are among the best known. Here are also institutions specializing in technology around Stanford University in Palo Alto. NASA's Computer History Museum and Ames Research Center are in Mountain View, while the Tech Museum of Innovation is in San Jose. Photo: Marius Ciocirlan (unsplash.com)
The next election of the German Federal President is scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 13, 2022 in Berlin, as the term of office of the current incumbent, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, ends on March 8. The SPD politician is running again. Photo by Reiseuhu on Unsplash
Extreme sport is the approach to extreme sporting limits. For extreme athletes, this means an extraordinary technical, logistical, physical or psychological challenge, which is usually associated with high risks. Photo: Hu Chen (unsplash.com)
The ongoing threat from the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting our everyday lives. Measures such as thorough hand washing, wearing masks and regular disinfection of your own hands help to minimize the risk of infection for yourself and others. Photo: unitednations (unsplash.com)
Tidying up, restructuring, mucking out: in short, about organization. With the right instructions and a good plan, new tasks can usually be completed in no time. Leaving old burdens behind you not only frees you mentally, but also creates more space for free thoughts, new goals and perhaps one or the other new piece of furniture or clothing. Photo: Kelly Sikkema (unsplash.com)
Escape rooms have been very popular for several years. Playing is about solving puzzles in the team so that you can gradually work your way out of a locked room. Escape games are also offered as a board game and in virtual forms. Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash
Gardening is currently more popular than ever. Whether in the home garden, on the balcony or in the rented allotment: growing your own fruit and vegetables is back in vogue. And with it the awareness of the origin and regionality of the food. Photo: Elaine Casap (unsplash.com)
The European Union is an association of 27 European countries. In terms of gross domestic product, the EU internal market is the largest common economic area on earth. The EU Council Presidency changes every six months and will be taken over by Sweden in the first half of 2023.
Grilling or roasting over an open fire is an original method of cooking food - it only requires control of the fire and does not require any cookware. Barbecuing is one of the world's most popular social pastimes, especially at summer temperatures. Photo: Daniel Hooper (unsplash.com)
For days now, thousands of people have been protesting police violence and racism in the United States. The riots have now reached numerous major cities. Photo by Vince Fleming on Unsplash
Influencers are people who regularly publish content (text, images, audio, video) on a topic. To do this, they use internet-based communication channels such as blogs and social networks such as Instagram or YouTube. They stand out from the mass of social media users because their activities achieve long reach and thus have a high influence on their followers. Photo by Pocky Lee on Unsplash
The term artificial intelligence (AI) describes - in very simple terms - the attempt to transfer human thinking and learning to computers and thus to give them intelligence. Photo by Frank V. on Unsplash.com
Whether road bike, e-bike or the good old Dutch bike: cycling is an ideal way to do sports and protect the environment in good weather! Photo: Tiffany Nutt (unsplash.com)
Not only since the Covid 19-related retreat into one's own four walls, DIY and home improvement have been very popular with many people. Photo: Nick Karvounis (unsplash.com)
Almost every day new conspiracy theories are heard and some are persistent. They all try to explain a state, an event or a development through the targeted, conspiratorial work of a mostly small group of actors for an often illegal or illegitimate purpose. Photo by Tom Radetzki (unsplash.com)
For all the people who are (involuntarily) working from home: This playlist creates a positive atmosphere in the grey month of December.
In times of change and uncertainty, it is important to practice self-care and to lead a mindful life. Photo: Georgia de Lotz (unsplash.com)
Urban beats for reporting on youth and street culture. Photo: Hin Bong Yeung (unsplash.com)
Fridays For Future is a rapidly growing social youth movement with millions of school strike participants every Friday. It was launched in August 2018 by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, calling for swift policies to tackle climate change.
Asia is not only the largest continent in terms of area but also the most populous in the world. Numerous cultures and religions meet here.
Political excitement after the ministerial election in Thuringia, Germany. Internationally, political mistakes, secret collusion and corruption are also part of everyday business.
The countries of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are collectively referred to as the Middle East or the Middle East. These countries lie between the Middle East in the west and southwest and the Far East in the northeast. Myanmar is rarely counted as part of the Middle East; instead, it is mostly assigned to Southeast Asia.
The plans of the British prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle to withdraw from the royal family's obligations and to live financially independently in the future are currently causing excitement not only in the rainbow press.
The past heat wave lets us feel the consequences of climate change. But instead of just sweating, let's ask one more question: How can we protect the climate? Enlightenment helps - every documentation supports the education; each of us can do something about climate change: with its consumption and everyday behavior. LET's do it.
Dark, dramatic and suspenseful tension orchestral cues & voices - orchestral hybrid & mixes - allow us to watch fascinating dramatic pictures - with pure emotion.
A selection of cool, chic tracks with a stylish vibe, ideal for modern magazine and hip lifestyle productions.
Slam Music Library combines classic African instruments with contemporary sounds. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, Slam is predestined to build a bridge between the traditional and the modern. Photo: Eva Blue (unsplash.com)
Autumn begins on September 22nd. In the temperate zones, it is the time of harvest and falling leaves. Photo: Tina Kuper (unsplash.com)
In 2007, the United Nations General Assembly designated September 15 as International Democracy Day. The aim of the day is to promote and defend the principles of democracy. Democracy is a political system in which the people have an essential, co-determining function. Photo: Hansjörg Keller (unsplash.com)
February 14 has established itself as the 'Day of Love'. The commemorative day of St. Valentine was supposedly introduced into the church as early as 1500 years ago and later removed from the Roman calendar. In Germany, US soldiers spread the hype about Valentine's Day after the Second World War, and became almost a commercial product.
March 8th is International Women's Day. International Women's Day has been celebrated for more than 100 years. On International Women's Day (sometimes also called International Women's Day, Women's Fighting Day, Women's World Day or simply Women's Day), women demonstrate worldwide for equality and against discrimination against women. So todays Playlist is all female. Photo: Jen Theodore (unsplash.com)
Saint Lucy's Day is a Christian feast day observed on 13 December. The observance commemorates Lucia of Syracuse, an early-4th-century martyr who according to legend brought food and aid to Christians hiding in the Roman catacombs. The Day is celebrated most widely in Scandinavia and in Italy. In Scandinavia, where Lucy is called Santa Lucia, she is represented as a lady in a white dress and a red sash, with a crown or wreath of candles on her head. Photo by Rebeca G. Sendroiu on Unsplash