While Brexit causes havoc for many companies in the UK – it has also opened opportunities for others.
The British expat food shop, Jim’s British Market in Gland initially struggled to get products from the UK into the EU’s single market – of
Michael McKay's guest is Michael Møller, known to many of you as the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva up until a year or so ago.
Well, you cannot keep a good and energetic man down! And he has re-emerged as one of the p
Marking World Cancer Day, Dr Michelle talks to Zoe Zenklusen Payne about her personal story living with metastatic breast cancer. They discuss what led Zoe to set up Simply Zoe to provide women with beautiful, elegant yet functional items to he
It was this month in 1971 the (male) Swiss voters finally agreed to allow women to vote and stand in Federal Elections. Dario looks at why it took so long - and many efforts - to bring in votes for women.
Today on the show our gardening expert Hester Macdonald talks about whether or not hack back that hedge and how to deal with multiple plants merging into one, as well as top pointers for all kinds of plant pests.
Katt talks about the aloe ver
Continuing her look at COVID-19 vaccination here in Switzerland, Dr Michelle takes a deeper dive to discuss the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna messenger RNA vaccines.
Find out more on the Federal Office of Public Health website in English: https:
COVID vaccination has begun in Switzerland bringing some light at the end of the tunnel as we start 2021! Dr Michelle explains the Swiss vaccination strategy in this Health Matters before taking a deeper dive to look at the vaccinations themsel
Michael's subject today is Education. Something not covered before in all the eight or nine years of this programme. So, it’s not before time!
In this open, free, innovative and economically liberal society that is Switzerland, there are many