On this week's show: We look at how Poland's ruling party is targeting young voters, and follow student protesters in Brazil. We hear the difficult story of Nigerian migrant women who have returned home, and how Brexit is inspiring new music in Northern Ireland. And DW's Southeast Asia correspondent Charlotte Chelsom-Pill catches us up on protests in Hong Kong.
WorldLink: Trees, tear gas and home videos
This week on the show, a look at the escalation of violence on the streets of Hong Kong, and the Brazilians who are planting trees in defiance of arsonists seeking to destroy valuable forests. Plus, how a newly unveiled trove of home videos is shedding light on life in former East Germany, the plight of mothers in German prisons, and South Africa's township wine.
WorldLink: Home, sort of
This week, we meet villagers in India who fear the government is trying to strip them of their citizenship, and Iraqis who are at the forefront of a cultural renaissance in Anbar province. Plus, a Cambodian refugee returns home 40 years after fleeing the Khmer Rouge, and the Spanish maestro who created the remarkable Concierto de Aranjuez.
WorldLink: Time to save the world
As people around the world come together for the largest mass climate protest in history, we introduce you to DW's brand new environment podcast, On the Green Fence, examining issues of climate change, pollution and conservation. Hosts Neil and Gabe visit a Bavarian town where the water has been tainted by a dangerous chemical and head to the Black Forest where the legendary wolf has returned.
WorldLink: What's it like to be blind in Germany?
Join DW reporters Neil King and Gabriel Borrud as they team up to find out what it's like to be blind in Germany. They spent some time with a man who gradually turned blind and a teenage girl who was born blind. They also visited Germany's most prestigious high school for the visually impaired.