Should you have the desire to leave the shiny summer sun for a while and throw themselves on the couch, dishing the DR up with a number of newly produced shows.
On the DR1, the focus will be on the close, and what concerns us just now, and DR2 will be able to see a number of new historical and cultural programs, informs DR in a press release.
Looking at the programmes, which are broadcast on the television channel DR2, professor and director Rane and Climate in the broadcast 'Small islands, big stories' travel around the Danish islands and report on the historical events that have unfolded there.
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we Will be in the story, Camilla of Rosenborg in a second and yet unnamed program investigate who the poor danes were, for more than 120 years ago sent letters to her royal great-grandfather, king Christian X, and find out what has happened to them.
And so goes the program 'Dear Vincent' down in the 20 years, the author was brevkasseredaktør on the weekly Family Journal, and at the same time draw a portrait of the time through experts, the archive and the women, who in his time wrote to Tove Ditlevsen, informs DR.
There is also a reunion with the comedian Melvin Kakooza and livsstilseksperten Christine Feldthaus, which travels around the country and visiting four Danish luxury hotels, sounds it on.
you're Diving down in the programmes on DR1, and can amongst other things get in the apprentice of the author Bjarne Reuter, the michelinhædrede Geranium chef Rasmus Kofoed, visual artist Michael Kvium, designer Naja Munthe, actress Paprika Steen and musician Tim Christensen, who teach and give tips and tricks that have led them to the top in their field.
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And if you lack Cirkusrevyen, will Ulf Pilgaard, Lisbet Dahl and the rest of the team take the current week under the loving treatment in the program 'Revue at a distance', informs DR.
According to DR talk broadcasts directly into time.
- There are both programs that bring together the many and something for the particularly interested, when we over the summer coming out in the corners of both our culture and country, says DR's media executive, Henriette Marielund, in the press release.