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Discovering Antibes on the Mediterranean (#634)

Jaguar Sports Car 75th anniversary - Although the company is older, the Jaguar name was first given to a car in 1935. Seventy-five years on the luxury car company still has a loyal band of followers.

German Photographer Guido Mangold - Guido Mangold is a key figure in German post-war magazine photography. Mangold is renowned for his portraits of artists such as Joseph Beuys or Georg Baselitz and of powerful politicians like John F Kennedy, Konrad Adenauer and Willy Brandt.

Verjus - Culinary Comeback - Verjus, or verjuice, as it is sometimes called, was first used in sixteenth century Europe, but then largely forgotten after the arrival of the lemon. Now verjus is back as a culinary ingredient indigenous to the world's wine producing regions. We sampled verjus at a vineyard in Baden-Wurttemberg owned by three chefs who are keen to revive interest in the traditional ingredient.

City: Antibes, France - The Mediterranean city of Antibes boasts the world's largest yacht harbor and is a popular holiday choice for those who enjoy the beautiful things in life. Our roving reporter checked out the local highlights.

German Soprano Barbara Krieger - She says she doesn't like to live as if she had a second life in reserve. Barbara Krieger has made it to the top of her field while still pursuing unusual hobbies such as flying helicopters and finding time to raise a family. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: DW-TV's euromaxx provides an insight into the cultural side of Europe and the people who live there with colorful stories that reflect the rich variety of cultural life in Europe. From architecture and design to pop culture and fashion, euromaxx explores the region's new trends as well as its old traditions. euromaxx is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people, places and lifestyle. Each half-hour is packed with features focused on the latest in music, movies, fashion, food and travel. euromaxx always has a fresh take on today's culture - it's what's happening today and this week. It's topical, relevant, and as fresh as this week's Sunday newspaper.

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