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March 07, 2018

Future of minimally invasive surgery

Anyone who loves high-tech and precision work has come to the right place. The certified surgical nurse Madeleine Beyer (39) shows her work and her workplace - in the hybrid operating room of the University Hospital Zurich.

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December 01, 2017

Old things pass away, new things emerge

What local residents and passers-by primarily associate with noise and dirt is, on closer inspection, awe-inspiring precision work with the heaviest equipment.

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September 13, 2017

With a cooking spoon and paring knife in use for a togetherness

The "Enjoy without limits" project aims to bring people from Switzerland and "refugees" closer together by preparing vegetables, cooking and eating together. The only thing that can stand in the way of getting to know each other is the individual himself.

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June 28, 2017

Volunteers under steam

In the Aarau carriage workshop, volunteers restore historic carriages from the Furka mountain route steam railway. Railway enthusiasts presented their activities and the project of the Realp wagon depot at the day of the open wagon workshop in 2017.

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April 25, 2017

tattoo artist

Othmar Bissegger, 58, is a tattoo artist in Amriswil (TG). His customers have their favorite motif tattooed onto their skin at up to 7,500 stitches per minute.

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February 07, 2018

Training without machines and dumbbells

Street workout is a new form of fitness training. Here the athletes do not train with dumbbells, but with their own body weight. Three trainees tell what fascinates them so much about this form of training.

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November 10, 2017

The conductor in the airport tower

During her shift, Livia Bratschi (27) is in radio contact with pilots, tractor drivers and signalers, the so-called marshallers, and thus contributes to safe, smooth and efficient taxi traffic on the ground.

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August 18, 2017

75 years of Birsfelden port

For decades, the Swiss Rhine ports have connected Switzerland with the sea and, as the most important transport hub, contribute to supplying the country. On the occasion of "75 years of the Port of Birsfelden" we look back. A port expert and a captain talk about their professional life and the developments in Rhine shipping and ports.

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June 14, 2017

Experience the fascination of railways up close

With two thematic tours in the Erstfeld depot, SBB Historic is setting a first milestone in the tourist and railway history revival of the Gotthard mountain route. But the funds of the foundation are limited.

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April 10, 2017

dream job captain

Anyone who boards the steamboat "Hohentwiel" automatically feels like they've been transported back to the 1920s. The ship with the loving details and the original steam engine brings nostalgia to Lake Constance.

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January 19, 2018

Rescue with avalanche dogs in the focus of the TV cameras

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the existence of avalanche dogs, Swiss television is dedicating a special broadcast. A report on the shooting and rescue work in Davos.

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September 27, 2017

There's a lot of meat on the bone in the Eni't restaurant

If you focus on meat and wine when it comes to culinary delights, you are in good hands in the Eni't restaurant (Etruscan for meat) in Zurich.

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July 10, 2017

Seller provides gang of thieves

Two brazen thieves underestimated the manager of the "Arc'teryx" shop in Zurich. With fatal consequences for both of them. After her foray, the store manager takes up the pursuit and confronts the gang of thieves.

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June 12, 2017

When Zurich's pistes are on fire

It's midnight at Zurich Airport: the last passenger plane took off an hour ago. The halls are deserted, the atmosphere spooky. But the airport never sleeps. The slope lighting employees are among those who have their hands full, even at night.

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