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DW English Weekly Program Guide
Saturday, 12 August to Friday, 18 August 2023
In the shadow of Putin’s war 
Moldova - Russia’s Next Target?
The people of Moldova have been living in fear since the Russian attack on the Ukraine. Their nation could be next on Moscow’s list. Russian politicians and propagandists issue outright threats, even including the prospect of an invasion.
Starting Wednesday, 16 August at 01:15 UTC on DW English
  Yehor's New Leg -
A Wounded Soldier Returns to the War
Yehor Oliynik is one of many Ukrainian soldiers defending Ukraine from Russian attacks. But his story is different – despite having lost a leg while fighting, he wants to go back to war using a prosthesis. Not everyone agrees.
Reporter - starting Saturday, 12 August at 14:15 UTC on DW English
Highlights of the Week
Mothers in the Boardroom - Combining Children and Career
Kids or a career - these days, mothers shouldn’t have to choose between the two.  For women living in countries with access to education and training, combining both is a completely natural thing. But working mothers are still coming up against obstacles.
Starting Tuesday, 15 August at 01:15 UTC on DW English
  Empowerment Through Football -
Young Women Kicking Down Barriers
In some religions and cultures, young women playing football is practically unthinkable. The Scoring Girls project shows how the sport is helping young women in Germany and Iraq to overcome anxieties.
Close up - starting Monday, 14 August at 18:15 UTC on DW English
Taiwan - A Small Island That’s Big on Diversity
Taiwan is a place of incredible variety. The tiny island’s natural beauty is a concentration of some of Asia’s most spectacular features. To the east, there are sheer cliffs with mountain peaks, plateaus and hot springs. To the south, you’ll find sandy beaches, coral reefs and lagoons.
Starting Saturday, 12 August at 13:15 UTC on DW English
  Preserving Peatlands -
Slowing Climate Change with Bogs
Peatlands are very often the setting for chilling folklore. But they serve an important function - for the climate and biodiversity. They’re capable of absorbing and storing large amounts of carbon dioxide, thereby helping to mitigate the climate crisis. Nevertheless, bogs are still being destroyed all over the world.
Starting Sunday, 13 August at 00:02 UTC on DW English
  AI and AR – The Future of Advertising?
Artificial intelligence is changing the advertising industry: stars can be easily inserted into video clips, ads can adapt to personal preferences, and AI-generated models make diversity more affordable. Startups like Rephrase.ai are making ads tailored to small businesses featuring superstars like Bollywood’s Shah Rukh Khan.
Shift - starting Saturday, 12 August at 02:02 UTC on DW English
Lifestyle Europe
The Four-Legged Mayor
At a time when politics are divisive, a British town has elected a mayor who is bringing people together: Patrick the Pony! Euromaxx reporter Meggin Leigh met the four-legged mayor.
Starting Saturday, 12 August 04:30 UTC on DW English
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