6 films Found
When Greg Kelly was diagnosed with early-onset dementia at 59, it turned his family's lives upside down. This report follows his exploration of a Danish dementia village, as he seeks the best care solutions.
Can radicalisation be reversed? As more young people are falling under the influence of extremism, the question of whether society can rehabilitate these individuals becomes ever more crucial.
Children are running wild in the mud, climbing high up into trees and playing with knives, but no one is telling them off. There are no fences and adults keep a low profile. This is life in kindergarten - Danish-style.
The Big Issue is known worldwide as a magazine that helps homeless people to get some cash. But in Denmark a controversial take on the idea has drug addicts selling a new magazine to help fund their habits.
Avant-garde art, social experiment or phoney intellectualisation and sexist throwback? We look into the controversial Danish TV show where naked women have their bodies assessed by two fully clothed men.
Dubbed 'the land of plenty' by green enthusiasts, the windswept Danish island of Samso has managed in recent years to reduce its carbon footprint by 170%. Can we all follow its lead?