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ART SEEN - 'Prisms of British Art'

ART SEEN - 'Prisms of British Art'

Mid Morning Mix

“Prisms of British Art” kicks off on the 24th September and runs until 7th November this year at the Frank Pages Gallery in Geneva.

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McKay Interview: Dan Mitchell, the Cato Institute

McKay Interview: Dan Mitchell, the Cato Institute

The McKay Interview

Dan Mitchell is a director of the libertarian think-tank in Washington DC - the Cato Institute. Dan talks to Michael about global taxation and the growth of big government.

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Heinz Holliger wins the 2nd Swiss Music Prize

Heinz Holliger wins the 2nd Swiss Music Prize

Heinz Holliger wins the 2nd Swiss Music Prize

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Dig It! Local grasses

Dig It! Local grasses

Dig It!

This week, Hester takes a look at  local garden centre - Roussillon Fleurs in Meyrin.

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Geneva Diabetes Association welcomes the mHealth cycle tour

Geneva Diabetes Association welcomes the mHealth cycle tour

Geoffrey Katz from the Geneva Diabetes Association tells us what sporting events are about to roll into Geneva all in the name of raising awareness as well as performing vital research on diabetes ...

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Paddle for Cancer - and you can still row

Paddle for Cancer - and you can still row

Good luck to all those who are paddling away to raise money for ESCA. Here's more from those in the know.

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A Morning with Harsch - the art of moving

A Morning with Harsch - the art of moving

<p> Isabelle tells us what's new for Harsch and...

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The world's toughest bike race in Geneva

The world's toughest bike race in Geneva

On today`s Drive Time we hear about the world’s toughest cycling race that just passed though Geneva. The Haute Route Cyclosportive covers 2400 kilometres, 20 mountain passes and 20,000 verti...

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Coping mechanisms

Coping mechanisms

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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ART SEEN - Alison Elizabeth Taylor - Savage Root

ART SEEN - Alison Elizabeth Taylor - Savage Root

Mid Morning Mix

ART SEEN - Exhibition “Alison Elizabeth Taylor. Savage Root"

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McKay Interview: John Quinn Australian Ambassador to the UN

McKay Interview: John Quinn Australian Ambassador to the UN

The McKay Interview

On this edition of the McKay Interview, Michael speaks to John Quinn, Australian Ambassador and Permanent representative of Australia to the United Nations in Geneva.

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A blend of Asian traditional music and progressive rock at ASIMA

A blend of Asian traditional music and progressive rock at ASIMA

Composer Nicolas Fardel has created a show that blends the traditional sounds of Asia and progressive rock.

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Dig It! Hot weather casualties

Dig It! Hot weather casualties

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? Plantarium is a large show for new plants,...

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Ville de Genève proposes balanced budget

Ville de Genève proposes balanced budget

The city of Geneva could pass a budget for 2016 which will mean the commune will be in the black by over a million francs. But the budget has yet to pass – it needs to be voted on by the end...

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Gadget Guru | A Canadian space elevator and a lake-friendly drone

Gadget Guru | A Canadian space elevator and a lake-friendly drone

Gadget Guru

The Gadget Guru, Paul Bristow, is back in the studio talking about the toy (umm... we mean gadget) he's found this week: a lake-friendly drone. Plus he'll be explaining how that Canadian space e...

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Jumping the Shadows | Steven Blatter talks about his film

Jumping the Shadows | Steven Blatter talks about his film

London based musician Wayne Paul returns to his childhood neighbourhoods, where he experienced violence and drugs before he discovered music.

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GAOS Really Youthful Group presents the Addams Family musical

GAOS Really Youthful Group presents the Addams Family musical

The Geneva Amateur Operatic Society Really Youthful Group start their run of the Addams Family - A New Musical Comedy this Friday 28th August.

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Gagdet Guru Paul Bristow talks travel gadgets

Gagdet Guru Paul Bristow talks travel gadgets

Gadget Guru

Time to talk travel gadgets. Whether you're heading to the campsite or off to the airport, our Gadget Guru has it covered.

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ART SEEN - Klee & Kandinsky

ART SEEN - Klee & Kandinsky

Mid Morning Mix

Our local artist, Steph Fonteyn, has been our and about on the art scene. So what has she seen this week? Kandinsky, and his friend Klee.

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What's the last picture you took?

What's the last picture you took?

It's international photography day so celebrate the lens and send us a picture.

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Left Hand Day - celebrate smudgy left hands everywhere

Left Hand Day - celebrate smudgy left hands everywhere

13th August - Today is a day for the left-handers.

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Southbound storks suggest cooler temperatures are on their way

Southbound storks suggest cooler temperatures are on their way

A flock of stocks was spotted on their southbound migration in the Nyon area. There's nothing unusual about this, but it does suggest that the weather may turn cold earlier this year than last ...

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ART SEEN - Matisse in his time | Gianadda Foundation

ART SEEN - Matisse in his time | Gianadda Foundation

Mid Morning Mix

Local artist Steph Fonteyn has been off to Martigny to see the Matisse exhibition at the Gianadda Foundation.

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