Climbing frame or anti-terror device?

Duration: 2.27

Concrete anti-terror blocks – also known internationally as Jersey barriers or K-rails – are an increasingly common sight around the world following attacks using vehicles as weapons in locations such as London, Barcelona and Nice.

Now Danish urban gardner Mads Boserup Lauritsen, who works in Copenhagen, is turning the ugly blocks into a green alternative includes benches, plants, bike racks and even a children’s climbing wall.

This film, originally published on 26 October 2017 on and screened on BBC World News TV channel, that day became one of the Top Video Stories on the BBC News website.


The restaurant that serves up rejected food

Duration: 3.55

Rub & Stub restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark, is leading the battle against waste – by serving up food that the supermarkets won’t sell. The Danish restaurant offers meals made from vegetables and fruit rejected by the food industry because of sell-by dates and over-buying.

This film, originally published on 27 December 2013 on, that day became the Most Popular video on BBC News website. It was also broadcast on BBC World News TV channel.