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The Syrians Basel (23) and Omar (22) are living in the empty child's rooms at Susanne's and Ulrich's place. Andrea (55) has taken in Burtugala and her baby from Sudan, and Aliaa.
Atakan has Turkish roots, Nadja's are Uzbek. Both they belong to the small group of police officers with a migration background and hence, are perfect mediators in many operations.
"Forum on Friday" moderator Dilek Üsük meets DJ Ipek, an internationally known DJane of Turkish origin from Berlin. She spins records in countless clubs all around the world.
Parent happiness for gays and lesbians: How do homosexuals fulfil their longing for a baby? Biological, social and legal barriers force them to be creative.
They work for the Bundeswehr. Nazan Gökdemir has a talk with Muslims who work for the German army. What made them choose this occupation and are they satisfied with their job?
Mila's life is going to change: Mohammad, a boy who fled from Syria on his own, is moving in to her family's place. What is she learning about Mohammad? In which way does that affect her life?
Thousands of refugees are stuck in Serbia, with rising tendency. Especially young men are waiting in the centre of Belgrade – most of them in a little park at the bus terminal.
Zeina Nassar is 18 years old, she lives in Berlin and has been boxing for five years now – and she never takes off her hijab, not even while boxing. Why? “Forum” reporter Dilek Üsük met her.
Many hikers stop off at the "Reintalanger" mountain cabin which, at an altitude of 1,400m, offers a rustic flair and even a kind of "beach" at the bank of the mountain river "Partnach".
A successful story? In ten years the conference has been confronted with ups and downs. Abdul-Ahmad Rashid is taking stock of the past ten years of dialogue between Germany and Muslims.
Living without a car, palm oil and plastic, for the sake of the environment. "logo!" presenter Jennie met those challenges for three weeks.
ISIS terror in German families. "37 Grad" tells the story of Dominic S. who used to be an extreme salafist for years, and of Fabian and Manuel who left Germany in 2014 to fight for ISIS in Syria.
Large, cheering crowds and screaming girls - when the voXXclub boys meet their fans it usually gets loud even though they are not a typical boy band, but rather "only" true folk musicians.
Lamya Kaddor, teacher and Islamic Studies scholar, just published her new book "Die Zerreißprobe" ("The Crucial Test"). She feels that German democracy is endangered. "Forum" presents her book.
This documentary is about three mothers who left their families, and their inner conflict of living without their children and having to justify themselves for their actions.
Bats slowing down motorway constructions, and lizards blocking new railway tracks. This kind of discussion is conducted all over Germany. Do conservationists sometimes demand too much?
Why are Turkish Germans so enthusiastic about President Erdogan and Turkish politics? "Forum on Friday" presenter Abdul-Ahmad Rashid is looking for answers.
Jens F. has a business, a house, a family; and he is under constant pressure. He wants to change this and goes hiking, one year through Germany, without money or a tent, but with a lot of time.
Berlin is booming: Last year, 42,000 people moved there and are looking for apartments, preferably in popular districts. In the city centre, rents are soaring. But that's not only the case in Berlin.
"It's been a good year for me," says Ahmad when we meet him again. He found a job and a flat. However, not all refugees have seen such positive results.
Ayse Auth and Hatice Nizam are twins. Together they run a hairdressing salon in Frankfurt. However, it hasn't been easy to get there. "Forum" host Nazan Gökdemir gets to know the sisters.
Homosexuality is a taboo topic in Islam. How do homosexual Muslims go about their sexual orientation in by now very liberal Germany? Question to Andreas Ismail Mohr and Kazim Erdogan.
A life with detours: Henry-Oliver Jakobs deliberately shot two men and became a murderer. Today he uses his criminal experience for prevention work with adolescents.
Every summer over one million tourists visit Rügen: Hotels are fully booked, restaurants crowded, beach chairs leased. The downside of the paradise: traffic chaos as well as rising prices and rents.
Spectacular images from the air: a summer tour from the North Sea to the Spessart, from the roofs of Berlin to the Saar loop. You have never seen Germany’s summer like that before!
The life as a footballer wife: They are young, beautiful, make headlines in the tabloid press and accompany their football playing husbands wherever they go. Is that everything though?
Allotments are a private piece of countryside in the middle of the city. About 5 million hobby gardeners work side by side. Gardening is not typically German though. Necati is proud of his floridity.
At the Grugabad in the city of Essen where Germans, migrant workers' children and refugees go for a swim, Bikinis encounter Burkinis. Friction is unavoidable here.
A "heute" special broadcast on the terrorist attack in Nice.
Dangerous operations, daily confrontation with crime - that's the day-to-day life of policewomen. But aggression and violence are increasing. Is their dream job turning into a nightmare?