It is becoming evident that a proportion of people are experiencing longer-term symptoms after having tested positive for COVID-19. In this episode, Dr Michelle discusses what we know so far about ...Read more
On this week's Swiss Up, we take a look at the HUG, or Geneva's University Hospital. It's the largest hospital in the country, with a world renowned research programme, was at the foref...Read more
The Breakfast Show
A modern-day scourge for many is the large amount on unsolicited junk mail we get in our letter boxes. Flyers from supermarkets, bargains from the local electrical shop and much more. Maybe –...Read more
19 October 2020. Rheal LeBlanc joins us for the weekly UN Roundup. This morning we take a look at: 1: The UN will hold direct, face-to-face talks between delegations of the 5+5 Joint Mi...Read more
The McKay Interview
Michael's guest is Karel Leeflang. His bread and butter is in leading large-scale transformations, both as a corporate executive and advisor. And in describing what he does, jargon words and...Read more
Switzerland now a 'problem' and pointless press conference06:54
The number of infections continue to rise. Over 5,000 new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. Valais remains the worst affected canton with over 1,000 cases per 100,000. Canton Jura i...
Former corona head warns against too drastic action06:49
The former head of the communicable disease unit at the Federal Health Office, Daniel Koch, says he would be opposed to a second lockdown as a response to the new wave of infections.
Neighbouring France brings in curfew06:45
France has announced a wider curfew which will now cover 46 million people in the country – including many areas surrounding Switzerland.
If there's another lockdown - it seems we'll be baking06:42
With fears of a new lockdown coming – there’s signs people are beginning to panic buy once again.
Massive flow of dam water to clear river06:39
Crowds gathered at the Rossens dam in canton Fribourg yesterday to watch a dramatic release of water.
More and more infections and hospital space warnings06:50
A further 5,596 people have tested positive for covid-19, eleven have died and a further 115 people have been admitted to hospital.
Exotic close by - #Benvenuti in TicinoJune 9, 2020, 2:42 p.m.
In the south of the Swiss Alps there is an exotic corner where you can experience new emotions in an inspiring environment. Now we can finally say: welcome to Ticino!More videos