Radioactive wild boar in Germany's forests are this weeks topic so, although almost a quarter of a century has passed, the reverberations from the meltdown of a nuclear reactor are still affecting some countries that are not even close neighbours.

This nuclear accident was the �big one� we all know about, but
rumour has it there have been unpublicised smaller incidents. What do you think, seeing how long at least some the after effects last would it be possible for something like that to remain a secret?

Francine A. McKenna - German Culture Editor

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Avatar: HOHENZOLLERNBRÃœCKE Cologne with CATHEDRAL and LUDWIG MUSEUM. The Bridge a symbol of how Germany was rebuilt after WWII, it was left in ruins, the Cathedral with roots in the 13th century represents the country's history, Museum of Modern Art the present day.