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Our normal body temperature is 37 degrees and after that you have a fever. What drives us from the bottom of our heart, what makes us tick and what gets us going – that’s what the honest, genuine and intense 37 Degrees reports are all about.

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37 Degrees

Our own farm – Learning to be self-sufficient

We follow two families for a whole year. Sara and Michael are starting out anew on a historic multi-generational estate in the Eifel region in Germany. Christiane and Martin have been living self-sufficiently on the Lower Rhine for over ten years and yet are constantly faced with new challenges. A year full of changes, surprises and discoveries. And answers to the big question of what it means to live in the middle of nature.

First aired on: 10/08/2021

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37 Degrees

Missing – When people disappear without a trace

Every year 100,000 people are reported missing in Germany. Most reappear after two to three days, but many remain gone forever. How do their relatives deal cope? What options do they have to find their missing loved one? This 37 Degrees episode is dedicated to two missing person cases and explores the question of how relatives cope with the uncertainty.

First aired on: 11/05/2020

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37 Degrees

We function differently – Living with Tourette’s

Uncontrolled twitches, strange noises, sometimes obscene outbursts: People with Tourette syndrome can no more control their tics than healthy people can control a sneezing fit. People around them often react with irritation. Our film follows two Tourette syndrome sufferers: Student Pauline and politician Bijan Kaffenberger. How do they experience everyday life? How do they cope with their neuropsychiatric disorder?

First aired on: 28/01/2020

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