Daniella Cheslow Multimedia Journalist

Daniella Cheslow
Deutsche Welle Radio
Jerusalem: torn by tension, blessed by cuisine
Jerusalem: torn by tension, blessed by cuisine

Radio and photos published by Deutsche Welle.

Radio: Should I stay or should I go?
Radio: Should I stay or should I go?

Abdelhadi Abusharekh is forced to choose between his job in Berlin and his home in Jerusalem.

Radio: Sustainable meat the Muslim way
Radio: Sustainable meat the Muslim way

Germany is a paradise for meat lovers, and you can buy it cheap in supermarkets or pick out top cuts at neighborhood butcher shops. But one Muslim tradition calls for going back to the source and slaughtering the animals yourself.

Radio: Living Planet’s Best of 2012
Radio: Living Planet's Best of 2012

The best of Deutsche Welle’s environmental reporting from the Living Planet show. Co-hosted by Daniella Cheslow and Saroja Coehlo.

Radio: Joyn, the next SMS?
Radio: Joyn, the next SMS?

SMS faces competition from free online messaging services like Whatsapp, Skype and Viber. The industry has launched Joyn – a service it hopes will compete with online messaging services.

Radio: In Germany, energy battle boils
Radio: In Germany, energy battle boils

Germany plans to phase out out all its nuclear power over the next decade. To do that, many think that domestic natural gas reserves need to be better utilized. But environmentalists say the answer is blowing in the wind.

Radio: Germans get hooked on Slow Fisch
Radio: Germans get hooked on Slow Fisch

Inside the Slow Fisch exhibition in Bremen, Germany.

Radio: Workshopping the future of 3D printing
Radio: Workshopping the future of 3D printing

  Inside a Düsseldorf workshop where techheads are printing out the parts they need to make their own 3D printers.

Radio: Drilling the Arctic for oil
Radio: Drilling the Arctic for oil

After British energy giant BP became a major shareholder in Rosneft, the Russian state oil company, a look at what the deal means for offshore oil exploration in the Arctic.