01 Katharina Witt, artist on the ice close-up Katharina Witt. Skate boots, great. Katharina Witt pulls her skate boots. Katharina Witt on the ice. Audience clapping. Katharina Witt celebrates her 28th birthday with big cake at the ice Gala in Frankfurt. Close-up of Katharina Witt, their parents. Mother o-ton: "so, is already a wonderful feeling when you see them. I've been chasing them so well all these years; and on a day where she celebrated their birth day and with a mood so it was already a beautiful day."
Katharina Witt actuality: "Yes, you must be very persistent in particular very disciplined and very ambitious." And just in figure skating or sport very, very much exercise."
Katharina Witt during training on the ice and power sports. Choosing the music with music artist. Mixer. Ice skating in appearance.
(88 m) 02 Russia ethnic Germans in Hesse, Saxony Anhalt map of the Federal Republic. Trace of the village in Saxony-Anhalt, Hesse, Germany. Russia returnees in the village. Meeting in a restaurant and entertainment in Russian. The accommodation of 160 German in a former army barracks. Family in a living room and bedroom. Mayor of 1600 community o-ton: "first and foremost, it was the decision to provide humanitarian assistance. We see a chance through resettlement back healthy the place very simply here. The more people are here, so the place livens up, thus the facilities such as school, kindergarten utilized better."
Teacher interview: "we have now over 20 students more in school. This of course brings more growth, and that means, after all, also the preservation of jobs for individual teachers and nursery teachers."
School class. German lessons. Student 1 o-ton: "When new students came, because we helped them, because that, they didn't know what to do." Student 2 original sound: "the first hour was still hard, and we were all scared." Student attempting to speak german. Training of new residents in cottage industry. Welding. Children on the playground.
(74 m) 03. The solar house in Fribourg Wilhelm Stahl, 42 years, the findings of the solar research of work carried out in his private house. Electricity pylon. Solar cells on the roof of his house are the source of energy for the supply. Warm air in the room flows through openings in the floor. Hydrogen heater in the basement. Woman cooking on a gas stove, which is powered by the solar hydrogen. Wilhelm Stahl interview: "up here is the solar cell plant, which supplied the House with electricity. We produce also the solar hydrogen used in the House for cooking, and again we make electricity in the winter, when the Sun is shining too little. The facility has an area of 36 square meters and has a maximum power when the Sun is shining full of 4000 Watts."
Cellar with device that turns excess sunlight into hydrogen, stored in external tank. Wilhelm Stahl for presentation to interested parties. The solar house total.
(64 m) 04. The Green team the Green teams are the eco-kids by Greenpeace. You demonstrate for exhaust-free cars and disposable cans. Pyramid of cans full of sheet metal. Water level. Action 'Water is life'. The Greenpeace ship Krakonoš in Dresden. Water is drawn from the river Elbe and checked for pollutants. Blue coloring indicates pollution. Young people paint transparent stops the sale of tropical wood. Young o-ton: "By the fact that the rain forest is cut down, it a greenhouse effect, and thus can humanity later no longer live, if this degenerate too much."
Girl o-ton: "Finally, it is Yes for our future, and our future should be actually not it doesn't matter to us, therefore we are committed."
Moving the children behind transparent stops selling tropical timber in Gänsereihe in a row.
(63 m) 05 Potsdam: the Dutch quarter small houses of the Dutch quarter in Potsdam in red brick. Inscription 1739-1909 dilapidated facades. Renovation work. Renovated houses. People sit on garden furniture outside the door. Gallery owner Rainer Sperl in house at party. Meeting of the residents. Ownership structure are still unclear in many cases.
(43 m) 06. Bochum: international football match Germany-Ghana game in the Bochumer Ruhr Stadium. Viewers, partly coloured, with a Ghana flag. Game scenes. Goalkeeper parade Ghana ZL. Prince Polley the 0:1 for Ghana shoots shortly before half-time. 2nd half: In the 69th minute shot Jürgen Klinsmann volley from goalkeeper held. A minute later, Ulf Kirsten scores the compensation goal 1:1. A minute later Stefan Effenberg shoots the 2:1 audience clapping, flags, cheering. In the 71st minute, Jürgen Klinsmann of the 3:1 close-up Jürgen Klinsmann shoots screaming. Stefan Effenberg goal 4:1 flank on Jürgen Klinsmann, who shoots from a narrow angle it 5-1. Andy Möller shoots 6:1 audience cheering total at the last minute. Teams go by the place. Players embrace.
01 Katarina Witt - artist on the ice 0'36 as little girl wanted to be singer - until she discovered ice skates. From then on, the runners given their lives. Today it is Germany's most successful figure skater - Katarina Witt.
0'55 where else celebrates as on the ice she also her birthday. She has become 28.
1'04 at the Gala on ice in Frankfurt with this - their parents from Chemnitz. It was Katis mother who motivated them to ice skating.
1'13 "so, is already a wonderful feeling when you see them. I've been chasing them so well all these years; and on a day where she celebrated their birth day and with a mood so it was already a beautiful day."
1'27 to be like Katie, so successful it is not enough to have only talent.
1'32 "Yes, you must be very persistent in particular very disciplined and very ambitious." And just in figure skating or sport very, very much exercise."
1'41 Katarina Witt has professional sports goodbye, to again start at the Winter Olympics next year.- still coached the charming Saxon to disco music that you randomly fäilt into the hands. -Fascinating, as they spontaneously implements the sound on the ice. -The Ice Princess wants to put in the technological world of figure skating, emotional accents.
2'22 so it is not surprising that she shaped the music composition for their performances. -2'37 as world star in the spotlight is not easy. You mastered it with flying colors.
2 is ' 50 for East German ice skating more than on skates across the ice to float. For them, it is a synthesis of dance and acrobatics, music and expressiveness.
3'16 two gold medals, four world and six European Championship title it as GDR sportswoman won. Today, the United States is their second home. "Because the people are so open to new ideas", as she emphasizes.-but who could resist her charm?
02. village Hesse - from non-neighbors 3 are located 50 recently on the inner German border in the East, threatening the village of Hesse in Saxony-Anhalt to extinction; the youth migrated to the industrial centers. Today, the community of 1,600 souls makes positive headlines. 160 Deutschstammige from the former Soviet Union have found a new home here. Many of the locals come here even after the second world war as refugees and kindly recorded. Now you can sit together häung and recalls.
4'31 the new beginning is not easy: the accommodation in a former barracks is simple, usually a family shares a living - and bedroom. The Mayor is glad about the Outlander: 4'44 "in the first place was the decision to provide humanitarian assistance. We see a chance through resettlement back healthy the place very simply here. The more people are here, so the place livens up, thus the facilities such as school, kindergarten utilized better."
5'06 the integration of new arrivals is funded by the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt. In the village of Hesse's are 10 percent of the total population.
5'14 "we have now over 20 students more in school. This of course brings more growth, and that means, after all, also the preservation of jobs for individual teachers and nursery teachers."
students learn with and from each other 5. The little ones from Kazakhstan, Russia and the Ukraine have must leave friends in their former homeland. Now they are eager for the new, but they also know that the German language is difficult: 5'45 "When new students came, because we helped them, because that, they didn't know what to do."
"The first hour was still hard and we were all scared."
6'05 now almost a year has passed. In local craft businesses, the new citizens in their former professions are trained to improve their chances on the labour market. -For some of the evacuees, the village will be the new home; others will pull away. Somewhere in Germany the little ones will find a place, which they say: here we are at home.
03. the solar house in Freiburg 6'32 worldwide scientists are exploring new ways of energy supply. For example, Wilhelm Stahl from Freiburg. One distinguishes the 42jährigen by his colleagues: what he built at his workplace, he lived with his family. His aim was ' 50 a totally independent from the power supply solar house to build 6. Supplied by solar panels on its own roof. -The result of a mehijährigen Government-sponsored research.
7'05 special applied to cool in the summer and save the heat in the winter. Looking in vain for radiators. If necessary, additionally heated air flows through openings in the floor. A hydrogen heater in the basement heat incoming air then enters the premises.
7'31 family Stahl feels comfortable in this unique solar home, although a lot is still unfamiliar. About, cooking on a gas stove, the solar-generated hydrogen powered is.-the House has a chimney.
7'46 "up here return to the solar cell plant which supplies the House with electricity. We produce also the solar hydrogen used in the House for cooking, and again we make electricity in the winter, when the Sun is shining too little. The facility has an area of 36 square meters and has a maximum power when the Sun is shining full of 4000 Watts."
8'12 in the basement is the heart of the hydrogen technology; the device converts excess sunlight into hydrogen, which is stored as an energy source in an external tank: for cloudy, cold winter days.
8'33 the interest in the solar house is great at home and abroad. -Poor family steel, their peace of mind has them only when the Sun has gone down.
04. young and environmentally friendly; the Green team 8'51 green teams - the eco-kids by Greenpeace are. They sometimes loudly, most prominently involved: for example against disposable cans or for exhaust-free cars.
9'12 young environmentalists have many ideas on how you can make a difference with small steps. They are led by the German group of Greenpeace and supports.
9'25 water is life - so the motto of an action of young environmentalists. The Greenpeace ship "Rübezahl" is from Dresden in many places on environmental issues draw attention and urge them to reconsider.
9'40 object lesson on the ground: the pollution of the Elbe River, caused by the effluent of the factories. The high proportion of nitrates is a danger to the oxygen content of the Elbe water.
9'56 the blue coloring indicates: the balance of the river is disturbed.
10'03 often destroy detergent the surface tension of the water; the insects to sink and the water birds find no food.
mostly gather 10 the Green teams once in a week to prepare actions. A North German group is committed to the protection of the rainforest: 10'26 "by the fact that the rain forest is cut down, a greenhouse effect and thus can humanity no longer live if this degenerate too much."
"Finally it's Yes our future and our future should be actually not it doesn't matter to us, therefore we are committed."
"To stop the sale of tropical wood" 10 they therefore demand during a demonstration in Hamburg.
10'53 in the Federal Republic, there are already more than 1000 green teams. Her motto: be "eco active", engage and inform - because it is to secure their own future.
05. the Dutch quarter 11'09 a Dutch city district located in Potsdam. A Prussian King built it before 250 years near Berlin, urn to settle Dutch artisans in domestic architecture.
11'25 now live here long ago not Dutch. Today it is bad at the unique ensemble that was run-down and largely forfeited during the 40 years of Communist rule. And after the political changes, it was first to clarify the often tangled ownership before could be rehabilitated.
11'52 is now visible at the renovated houses, as the Dutch quarter will look like once.
12'02 unsure of themselves are however those residents have been seeking during GDR times the makeshift preservation of brick houses. They fear dramatically rising rents - or the eviction by the owner, as the gallery owner Rainer Sperl. Still, he doesn't know whether he may use the House arranged by him in the future.
12'27 so many problems of reunited Germany are bundled in this historic district of Potsdam.
06. football match; Germany - Ghana 12'42 40,000 wanted to see a goal-rich and exciting encounter. - And they should not be disappointed in the Bochumer Ruhr Stadium. -The playing in black and white German national team against the top players from Ghana.
12'56 was the first invitation in a European Union of football associations on the Ghanaians. The African footballers are on the rise, and especially technically: world class.
13'16 the Ghanaians in the offensive. Shot against the crossbar, the rebound turned Prince Polley in the last minute of the first half to the 0:1 13'36 the second half. The moment of truth for the German player. Jürgen Klinsmann touches a heart and pulls volley. -Wonderfully parried.
13'48 then the 69th minute of the game: the substitute Ulf Kirsten is completely free and it is 1:1 - now it's blow by blow. A minute later: Stefan Effenberg with a snap in the gate - blank 2:1 14'07 71. minute: Klinsmann from acute angle. 3:1 14'22 which is German team no longer to stop. Effenberg - gate!
14'31 flank to Klinsmann, back from acute angle - is the ball in the net: 14'42 then the last minute: the defense of score Gets the ball under control. Andy Möller is: 6:1 - final standings.
14'52 a great game the footballer's friends and fans have won in from Ghana.