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WRS launches petition to ensure all UK citizens have an EU vote

WRS launches petition to ensure all UK citizens have an EU vote

ALL UK CITIZENS HAVE A STAKE IN THE EU – ALL SHOULD BE ABLE TO VOTE. EX-PATS WHO’VE LIVED OUTSIDE THE UK FOR MORE THAN 15 YEARS HAVE NO VOICE.

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Meet William Winram - world free diving champion - this Saturday in Carouge

Meet William Winram - world free diving champion - this Saturday in Carouge

Sporting associations of Carouge open their doors to all this Saturday to demonstrate their sport and club.

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Streaming down - Engineers working on it

Streaming down - Engineers working on it

It's back up now! 08:10am - Our streaming is down. We ran around frantically and couldn't fix it. We were relieved to find out that it wasn't our fault at all, but actually a bigg...

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Happy 200th Swiss-iversary to Versoix

Happy 200th Swiss-iversary to Versoix

WRS were in Versoix this weekend to celebrate the 200th year of Versoix becoming a Swiss town.

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McKay Interview: Jazz pianist, Monty Alexander

McKay Interview: Jazz pianist, Monty Alexander

The McKay Interview

The great Jazz pianist Monty Alexander is this week's guest with fellow Jamaican, Michael McKay.

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Exams - is it too late?

Exams - is it too late?

Mid Morning Mix

Exam season is here - and what can students do now to make sure they can perform to the best of their abilty?

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Win tickets to Beijing with WRS

Win tickets to Beijing with WRS

For your chance to win two fabulous return tickets Geneva - Beijing courtesy of Air China, just tune in to WRS.

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Versoix celebrate their 200th Swiss-iversary

Versoix celebrate their 200th Swiss-iversary

We’ll be there, broadcasting live from the event so come and sayhello on Saturday morning! This weekend, Versoix celebrate their 200th year as a Swiss town with a series of events designed...

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New app highlights tick danger in Switzerland

New app highlights tick danger in Switzerland

A new app to highlight the dangers of ticks has been launched by the Zurich University of Applied Sciences and has been approved by the Federal Office of Public Health.

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McKay Interview: Dr Aki Hintsa, F1 and CEO doctor

McKay Interview: Dr Aki Hintsa, F1 and CEO doctor

The McKay Interview

Michael speaks to Dr Aki Hintsa who works with many of the world's top acheivers - helping them to stay at the top of their game. He also works with the McLaren Formula 1 team, counselling their ch...

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WRS live election special - in pictures

WRS live election special - in pictures

We had a great time this morning at the Hotel Warwick with a large crowd watching the UK election results

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Dig It! Jardins en Fête this weekend

Dig It! Jardins en Fête this weekend

Dig It!

The big event of the local gardening calendar is coming up this weekend on 8,9, and 10 of May, Jardins en Fete, in the park of the Chateau de Coppet. Viviane Cagneux, one of the two organisers, ...

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Health Matters: Marching caterpillars - careful!

Health Matters: Marching caterpillars - careful!

Health matters

Marching, or processionary, caterpillars can be active at this time of the year in the region. They should be avoided as they can cause a serious - even life threatening - allergic reaction. Dr Mic...

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Dig It! Look ahead to the Coppet Flower Show

Dig It! Look ahead to the Coppet Flower Show

Dig It!

Shady perennials suggestions from Rosie Hardy of the award-winning nursery Hardy's Plants, and events around the region - Rendez-vous au jardin at the Chateau de Prangins on 3 May, and the Coppet F...

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Blue Butterfly - an examination of families, science and nature

Blue Butterfly - an examination of families, science and nature

Do you remember the interview with the 'Ant Lady' on Drivetime last year?

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McKay Interview: Amanda Ellis, New Zealand Ambassador to the UN

McKay Interview: Amanda Ellis, New Zealand Ambassador to the UN

The McKay Interview

Amanda Ellis, Ambassador, Head of Mission, Permanent Representative of New Zealand to the United Nations Office in Geneva speaks to Michael McKay about life in Geneva and New Zealand's role in the ...

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WRS - bacon, baths and breakfast at Crowne Plaza

WRS - bacon, baths and breakfast at Crowne Plaza

The Breakfast team were at the Crowne Plazathis morning, meeting staff and listeners.

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Swiss Unis reject French Bac - Sabine's reaction

Swiss Unis reject French Bac - Sabine's reaction

Swiss Universities say they may not accept the French Baccalaureate (or the IB at times for that matter)  unless it contains a high level maths qualification.

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The Rolex Awards

The Rolex Awards

The Rolex Awards for enterprise, honour people who are undertaking vital projects around the world,

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Paleo Revealed

Paleo Revealed

This year's 40th anniversary edition of Paleo has been announced.

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Health Matters: Asparagus

Health Matters: Asparagus

Health matters

All about asparagus - why does your pee smell after you've eaten it? What are the health benefits of asparagus?

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GAOS new show - Cabaret

GAOS new show - Cabaret

The Geneva Amateur Operatic Society launches its new show - Cabaret!

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McKay Interview: Norman Hay

McKay Interview: Norman Hay

The McKay Interview

Michael talks to Norman Hay, up until fairly recently, the CEO for a very long time of Cargill International - one of the most conspicuous names in the all-important commodities and trading busines...

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