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Ask the Physicist - why is the sky blue? (16th Oct 2015)

Ask the Physicist - why is the sky blue? (16th Oct 2015)

This week Jonni asks why is the sky blue - and how that affects the ocean. For more from Jonni go to https://worldradio.ch/radio/shows/ask-the-physicist.html

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Hair trends and local wedding dresses

Hair trends and local wedding dresses

Style File

On this week's show Hansine talks to Richard owner of Toni and Guy Geneva about the trends in hair cut and color and what makes a good hair stylist plus we have a cut and blow dry at the new Toni ...

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Learn More - Reading Part #2 (24 June 2015)

Learn More - Reading Part #2 (24 June 2015)

Learn More

In the second part of 'reading', Sabine has suggestions for parents on how to keep the kids interested in books. For more: www.worldradio.ch/radio/shows/learn-more.html

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Learn More - Reading Part #1 (17 June 2015)

Learn More - Reading Part #1 (17 June 2015)

Learn More

Sabine looks at how parents can start their kids reading - and develop a love of books. For more: www.worldradio.ch/radio/shows/learn-more.html

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Learn More - Benefits of Drama and Art School (10 June 2015)

Learn More - Benefits of Drama and Art School (10 June 2015)

Learn More

Sabine asks if it is worthwhile for children to study arts and drama at school. Its usually more of an issue for parents than the kids. For more: www.worldradio.ch/radio/shows/learn-more.html

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Learn More - Exams (20 May 2015)

Learn More - Exams (20 May 2015)

Learn More

This week Sabine has hints and tips on the best way for kids to revise for their exams. Take breaks - but solid revision won't make up for slacking for two years. For more: www.worldradio.ch/radio...

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Learn More - Discipline (13 May 2015)

Learn More - Discipline (13 May 2015)

Learn More

This week Sabine looks at the issue of discipline. Does punishing a child make them learn better? For more: https://worldradio.ch/radio/shows/learn-more.html

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ART SEEN - Giuseppe Penone at the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts

ART SEEN - Giuseppe Penone at the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts

Steph Fonteyn heads to Lausanne to check out the works of Giuseppe Penone which take us on a journey to explore the connection between man and nature. Hear more from Steph Fonteyn at www.worldradio...

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Gadget Guru - iPhone 6s (9 Oct 2015)

Gadget Guru - iPhone 6s (9 Oct 2015)

Gadget Guru

Is it really time for another iPhone already? Apparently so! This week our gadget guru, Paul Bristow, takes a look at the latest iPhone 6s, which has just been released! Hear more from our gadget ...

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ART SEEN - Giuseppe Penone

ART SEEN - Giuseppe Penone

Mid Morning Mix

Regards croisés – Giuseppe Penone

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Laugh it off with the Geneva Laughter Club

Laugh it off with the Geneva Laughter Club

Laugh it off with the Geneva Laughter Club.

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Kids in Mind - Coping mechanisms in teens (1st Sept 2015)

Kids in Mind - Coping mechanisms in teens (1st Sept 2015)

Kids in Mind

17th of September 2015. On this Month’s Kids in Mind programme, Dr Rebecca Weber – child psychologist practicing in Ferney-Voltaire, looks at coping mechanisms. How children and pare...

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Dig It! Questions from the Expat Expo

Dig It! Questions from the Expat Expo

Dig It!

On this week's Dig It!Hester takes questions from keen gardeners at the Expat Expo in Geneva. Covering topics such as conifer pruning, weeds in lawns an invasive climbers.

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McKay Interview: Professor Emeritus Charles Jefford

McKay Interview: Professor Emeritus Charles Jefford

The McKay Interview

This week, Michael McKay talks to Professor Charles Jefford of organic chemistry at Geneva University. Michael asks the professor about how chemistry is central to so many other disciplines.

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Rachel Berman - budding cartoonist - tells us about her inspiration

Rachel Berman - budding cartoonist - tells us about her inspiration

Keep your eye out for Rachel Berman. She's a talented political cartoonist based in the region.

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Kids In Mind - Coping Babies (10th Sept 2015)

Kids In Mind - Coping Babies (10th Sept 2015)

Kids in Mind

On this Month’s Kids in Mind programme, Dr Rebecca Weber – child psychologist practicing in Ferney-Voltaire, looks at coping mechanisms. How children and parents cope with stress, and w...

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Dig It! - High up plants (28 Sep 2015)

Dig It! - High up plants (28 Sep 2015)

Dig It!

Dig It for this week, I spoke to Sandy from the Jardin des Monts about their plant products produced up high at 1600m altitude in the beautiful Pays d'En haut. www.jardindesmonts.ch

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Dig It! - Flowering Perennials (21 Sep 2015)

Dig It! - Flowering Perennials (21 Sep 2015)

Dig It!

Autumn flowering perennials are in garden centres now, perfect to brighten up a pot or a border. Choose from Heleniums, Echinacea and sedums, and look out for the new Helenium "Short and Sassy", co...

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Dig It! - Grasses in Meyrin (14 Sep 2015)

Dig It! - Grasses in Meyrin (14 Sep 2015)

Dig It!

Grasses are great for the garden, the new Carex "Feather Falls" is fully hardy, resists sun scorch and is available soon. Grasses to see in Geneva at Roussillon Fleurs in Meyrin www.leroussillon.ch

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Is it worth the big bucks? Have it valued!

Is it worth the big bucks? Have it valued!

Bonhams auction house will be at the Leman International fair for the first year this year, offering free evaluations for your treasure & trinkets.

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Dig It! - Botanical art (7 Sep 2015)

Dig It! - Botanical art (7 Sep 2015)

Dig It!

This week Hester takes a look at an exhibition of botanical art in Lausanne.

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Dig It! - Hot weather casualties (31 Aug 2015)

Dig It! - Hot weather casualties (31 Aug 2015)

Dig It!

A hot summer can mean some plant casualties, and in Hester Macdonald's garden, it was a pair of box wood cones that didn't survive. What to plant instead?

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Dig It! - Vegetables (6 Jul 2015)

Dig It! - Vegetables (6 Jul 2015)

Dig It!

Tara Lissner is the Director of the Swiss Gardening School and an enthusiastic grower of veggies and fruit. Here are her tips to keep your veggie patch and fruit going through the summer

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Dig It! - Flower advice (29 Jun 2015)

Dig It! - Flower advice (29 Jun 2015)

Dig It!

Tara Lissner, Director of the Swiss Gardening School, has lots of great suggestions for keeping your garden looking lovely this summer

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