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Never deadly serious, but always with poise, she wants to take up a topic that moves society and heats people apart from the daily events, but with current references in every show. "From humor and the question of what you can still laugh about in politically correct times, to the obsession with beauty and whether we are now more beautiful than smart, i.e. whether botox is now the new education." Twelve programs, which will also run on MDR television on the Saturday evening after the One broadcast, are planned.

The theme starts off "Each his own truth – conspiracies and other theories". It’s about theories like the "Flat Earth"Movement whose followers believe that the earth is flat. This movement has more than 100,000 followers on Facebook, says Bauerfeind, and thus more than herself – "and I am more than a theory". One guest is the comedian Oliver Pocher, "because he grew up as a Jehovah’s Witness and we wonder to what extent religions do not already overlap in conspiracy theories, since there is no concrete scientific evidence for the resurrection of Jesus or the appearance of the Holy Spirit"she explains.

A week later, moderator Ruth Moschner, comedian Annette Frier and the cook Nelson Müller discuss the question: Is food our new god? With the comedian Michael "bully" Herbig and Ingmar Stadelmann thematize: What can we still laugh about today? "You can laugh at less and less, but then you should do it all the more"she says herself. With actors Bjarne Mädel and Cordula Stratmann, she wonders where politeness is – and finds: "Politeness is often like gloves in winter. You quickly leave them somewhere as soon as you’re inside, and they only come back to you when it’s freezing cold and you could really use them. So never forget your gloves."

Other guests in the 45-minute roundtables include Hella von Sinnen, Michael Michalsky and Ute Lemper. "So I talk to great people, and when Maybrit and Heidi come in the second season, I’m really perfectly happy"says the hostess, who is also an actress ("You are wanted") and author ("There are recipes in the back") and their podcast "Ms. Bauerfeind has questions" goes into the third season. "Partly quite amusing" does she find conspiracy theories – "like the one that Stevie Wonder is apparently not blind at all, but can no longer get out of the number".

Berlin (dpa) – Between a holiday backdrop of sun, sea and palm trees on the one hand, human suffering and passions on the other, lives and works "The island doctor" in Mauritius. At the beginning of 2018, the ARD had the German doctor, who is practicing in a luxury hotel complex, Dr. Filipa Wagner with her very special professional and personal skills on the broadcast slot "Finally Friday on the first" presented in two episodes.

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Also thanks to the fresh and natural appearing Anja Knauer ("Rosamunde Pilcher", "Inga Lindström") in the title role, the episodes based on the scripts by Maja and Wolfgang Brandstetter each had more than four million viewers.

Reason enough for those responsible to send the team around director Peter Stauch back to the southwest of the Indian Ocean. And so there are now two new films in the series for the cold season, which promise warm feelings and thoughts – including a few bits of crime fiction.123helpme.me And also like the ambience from the travel catalog, the many sick cases in which Dr. Wagner does good and the gloomy shadows that once caused her to flee to the island are just as clichéd as in the first two parts: the stories always contain material for dreaming about distant lands, adventures and great love.

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The main event in the third film "The secret" (Friday, January 4th, at 8.15 p.m.) revolves around Filipa’s new relationship with the smart and sensitive clinic director Dr. Daniel Bucher (Tobias Licht). The still young doctor believes that she has found a life partner in him again. She also gets along very well with the 13-year-old daughter Isi (Sarah Warth) of the man who lost his wife at an early age. But when Daniel offers to move in with them, Filipa searches for the run. Fortunately, these grave problems with the appearance of her former mother-in-law – guest star Suzanne von Borsody ("The assassination attempt") – must first be overcome.

With all sorts of snacks from everyday life in the holiday paradise, the story produced on behalf of the ARD subsidiary Degeto by the Munich-based Tivoli Film should also keep rather impatient viewers in line. It turns out, for example, that the dark-skinned bartender Mike (Tyron Ricketts), with whom Filipa flirted at the beginning, is not just the son of the German hotel director Kulovits (Helmut Zierl). He is also the majority owner of the facility and now wants to use it to pursue completely different entrepreneurial strategies.

And last but not least, two local women (Dennenesch Zoudé, Kimaya Cortot) suffer a life-threatening car accident in which a father-and-son vacationer couple (Adnan Maral, Philip Noah Schwarz) played an inglorious role. With "The decision" The colorful series of Filipa’s struggles for peace, happiness and fulfillment continues dramatically one week later (January 11th, 8:15 pm).

Munich (dpa) – Their humor is weird and they think little of police work in accordance with regulations: But that’s exactly what makes it "Hubert and Staller" so personable.

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Since 2011, Christian Tramitz and Helmfried von Lüttichau have been playing the police duo that hunts criminals and crooks on Lake Starnberg. A well-rehearsed team, also privately. After all, the actors have known each other since school. Now their joint work for the ARD crime series ends.

Von Lüttichau gets out and says goodbye with the Christmas film "A nice mess" this Wednesday at 8.15 p.m. in the first. A story with the usual wit, but also a lot of feeling, not least because from January onwards it will only be "Hubert without a stallion" is called.

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An 85-year-old has been sitting dead in front of the television in her house – for a year. The investigators assume a natural death and therefore Johannes Staller (from Lüttichau) happily says goodbye on vacation. While he was enjoying three days in Rome, there were increasing signs at home in Wolfratshausen that the lady was murdered. Completely unfamiliar, Franz Hubert (Tramitz) has to investigate this time without his partner. And that’s not all. There is a visitor on his doorstep that turns his life and emotions upside down.

Tramitz and von Lüttichau met as pupils on the way to school. Even back then a duo with a very distinctive sense of humor, not always to the delight of the teachers. "Of course we also imitated teachers"said von Lüttichau a good year ago. "In the ski camp we were about to be sent home. Maybe Christian was even sent home, I don’t remember exactly."

You can tell from the film that it is not easy for them to say goodbye to filming together, which is one of the more soulful episodes because of the music alone. "Sweeter the bells never sound", "Here comes Santa Claus", "In dulci jubilo" up to "Let it snow" – everything included. However: Christmas kitsch frosting harmony does not return, as sentimentalism is quite far from the police. There is little time left for private life and big emotions in the stressful everyday life. And that’s precisely why everyone somehow struggles with these strange emotions, which are very persistent around the festival of love.

Helmfried von Lüttichau seems wistful in his last scenes as a stallion, even if the 62-year-old has thought carefully about his exit. After seven intense years, he wanted to clear his head, he had justified his decision. And yet: on the last day of his shooting he did "howled like a castle dog".

So on January 9, 2019 at 6:50 p.m. it will be time "Hubert without a stallion". In the new season there are fundamental changes at the police station in Wolfratshausen. Hubert misses Staller painfully, especially because he now has to grapple with the cumbersome and somewhat dull Martin Riedl (Paul Sedlmeir). Her previous boss Reimund Girwidz (Michael Brandner) has been demoted and has to vacate the executive chair for his successor Sabine Kaiser, played by Katharina Müller-Elmau. The police officer Rebecca Jungblut (Jeanne Goursaud) is also new, while Lena Winter (Klara Deutschmann) looks for happiness elsewhere.

Berlin (dpa) – The mountains around the former Austrian noble thermal spa Bad Gastein seem imposing and beautiful – but sometimes gloomy, narrow and very dangerous.

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This is exactly where the Schleswig-Holstein detective Arne Brauner (Martin Brambach, "Welcome to the Honeckers"), to the disappointment with the choice of his former subordinate Jana Winter (Natalia Wörner, "The diplomat") to be able to process better to his new boss. At the same time, Brauner wants to be surrounded by rather morbid charm for a long time "Monaco of the Alps", in which Empress Sissi was a guest, got his alcohol problem under control.

In vain. Drunk "Happy Birthday to me" Slumbering, the late fifties staggered through the Hohe Tauern right at the beginning. To suddenly discover a woman’s corpse floating in the mountain stream. Shortly afterwards he is shot – Brauner just manages to get there and ends up in the hospital.

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Verily "In other circumstances" It’s about the 15th episode of the popular ZDF crime series of the same name with the title "In the dark valley" (Monday, January 21, 8:15 p.m. as "TV movie of the week") to. Actually located on the German Baltic Sea coast, Brauner and his new supervisor got it, who rushed to the spot to help him deal with a completely new environment. Which also affects their relationship, which now fluctuates between professionalism and moments of real friendship.

Based on the script by André Georgi and a template by Gwendolyn Bellmann and Marianne Wendt, the director Judith Kennel (60, "Blue water life") Quite tense and complex about these events in the Austrian province. They soon condense into a family drama of enormous proportions. Because a lead leads the investigators and their local colleague Robanegg (Cornelius Obonya) to a bankrupt grand hotel in which the dead woman was staying. Senior boss Peter Kroll (Klaus Pohl), who happens to be Robanegg’s father-in-law, seems to be a sexual libertine who caused serious misfortune among his family 30 years ago. His son Georg (Manuel Rubey), despised by his father as an unstable gay man, would like to sell the hostel to an investor from England (Felix Everding).

This brings another chain of suspicion into the bad game, because the dead woman from the mountain stream was the wife of the author of a dubious geological report, on the result of which the sales value of the Kroll Hotel depends. Had the woman blackmailed her husband? Despite the abundance of storylines, at the end of which there are several corpses, this criminal case does not seem overloaded. Rather, the story captivates thanks to its unusual setting of past splendor and expressive actors, among whom the German Burgtheater great Klaus Pohl (66, in "Hannah Arendt" in the cinema) as the terrifying slimy macho of yesterday does not play the slightest role.

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