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Friday 19.07. Saturday 20.07.

21:00 – 00:00 Visions of the Past mam Claude
00:00 – 01:00 X1
04:30 – 06:00 Bloe Baaschtert mam Doc (R)
08:00 – 09:00 Tinnitus mam Ben & Yves (R)
09:00 – 10:00 Country Café mam Lexy
10:00 – 11:30 Voices by PassaParola mat PassaParola
11:30 – 13:00 Sentieri Sonori mam Berardo
16:00 – 17:00 Deviations mam Frédéric
17:00 – 18:30 Mondophon mam Willi
18:30 – 19:30 Eclectica with Simon

Saturday 20.07. Sunday 21.07.

22:00 – 00:00 Sound Fiction mam Packo

Sunday 21.07.

00:00 – 08:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

Sunday 21.07.

08:00 – 09:00 X2

Sunday 21.07.

09:00 – 10:00 Raagamalika mam Kavitha

Sunday 21.07.

10:00 – 11:30 Desi Vibes mam Asghar

Sunday 21.07.

11:30 – 13:00 Malinyé mam Roga

Sunday 21.07.

13:00 – 14:00 Valeur d'Afrique mam Wilfried Steve Ghomsy

Sunday 21.07.

16:00 – 17:30 The House is Rockin' mam Simon D

Sunday 21.07.

17:30 – 19:00 Lazy Sunday mam Tom & Claudia

Sunday 21.07.

19:00 – 20:00 JazzuS mam José Juan

Sunday 21.07.

20:00 – 21:00 A Question of Listening mam Bernard Vincken

Sunday 21.07.

21:00 – 23:00 Jazz.com mam Pascal D. (R)

Sunday 21.07. Monday 22.07.

23:00 – 00:00 Jazz Aller Retour in Concert mam Steve (R)

Monday 22.07.

00:00 – 06:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

Friday 19.07. Saturday 20.07.

21:00 – 00:00 Visions of the Past mam Claude
00:00 – 01:00 X1
04:30 – 06:00 Bloe Baaschtert mam Doc (R)
08:00 – 09:00 Tinnitus mam Ben & Yves (R)
09:00 – 10:00 Country Café mam Lexy
10:00 – 11:30 Voices by PassaParola mat PassaParola
11:30 – 13:00 Sentieri Sonori mam Berardo
16:00 – 17:00 Deviations mam Frédéric
17:00 – 18:30 Mondophon mam Willi
18:30 – 19:30 Eclectica with Simon

Saturday 20.07. Sunday 21.07.

22:00 – 00:00 Sound Fiction mam Packo

Sunday 21.07.

00:00 – 08:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

Sunday 21.07.

08:00 – 09:00 X2

Sunday 21.07.

09:00 – 10:00 Raagamalika mam Kavitha

Sunday 21.07.

10:00 – 11:30 Desi Vibes mam Asghar

Sunday 21.07.

11:30 – 13:00 Malinyé mam Roga

Sunday 21.07.

13:00 – 14:00 Valeur d'Afrique mam Wilfried Steve Ghomsy

Sunday 21.07.

16:00 – 17:30 The House is Rockin' mam Simon D

Sunday 21.07.

17:30 – 19:00 Lazy Sunday mam Tom & Claudia

Sunday 21.07.

19:00 – 20:00 JazzuS mam José Juan

Sunday 21.07.

20:00 – 21:00 A Question of Listening mam Bernard Vincken

Sunday 21.07.

21:00 – 23:00 Jazz.com mam Pascal D. (R)

Sunday 21.07. Monday 22.07.

23:00 – 00:00 Jazz Aller Retour in Concert mam Steve (R)

Monday 22.07.

00:00 – 06:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

Local Matters RSS Feed

  • Ensure access to free and safe abortions

    Abortion rights are debated again. A couple of weeks ago, the left party Déi Lenk submitted a law proposal asking for abortion rights to be enshrined in Luxembourg's constitution. On European level in the meantime, activists are collecting signatures to achieve access to safe abortions for all women in the EU. Responses from Luxembourg however have been scarce although women fight the same fight here.

  • Protesting nuclear reactor extension in Cattenom

    Last Saturday, a crowd of protesters gathered in the town of Cattenom, close to the nuclear power plant. Anti-nuclear energy organisations from France, Germany and Luxembourg co-hosted the protest to oppose the planned extension of the Cattenom reactor lifespan. Get all the details on today's Local Matters.

  • How to react to racism

    Time to talk about racism again. On Local Matters today, we see how young people approach the issue, and which experiences they have made. A dozen young people spend this week together working with the association Aldic to understand what discrimination is, and how to react.

Come Together RSS Feed

  • Swing dance: an intergenerational dance

    Welcome to the Swing Dance Community! Founded by passionate members of the African and American communities, their vibrant group celebrates the joy of Lindy Hop, solo jazz, and more. Much dedicated to promoting swing dance and fostering connections through the love of dance., their community has grown immensely, now attracting around 200 students each semester. If you're a fan of jazz music and love dancing to Lindy Hop, visit our website: swingdance.lu.

  • Ôpen Maison Citoyenne

    There is always a need for spaces to connect, to integrate, and to feel welcomed. Ôpen Maison Citoyenne is one of that place of conviviality, solidarity, creativity, and emancipation with a view to a fairer, more resilient, and more environmentally friendly society and economy. They provide workshops for parents or teenagers, beer brewing, plantations in their greenhouse, food sharing, and exhibitions. According to Guillemette, one of their coordinators,, language is not a problem in Luxembourg,: “Just go and explore the space. “

  • Building connection across differences

    The Ashburn Intercultural Institute promotes the values of democracy and transatlantic integration by fostering global connections through diversity. Their initiatives involve engaging with business and government representatives, policymakers, and youth in meaningful dialogues on peace, intercultural integration, democratization, and Euro-Atlantic relations. In a recent interview, the director, Kseniya Rubicondo, proudly shared their latest success stories with us.

Breakfast Show RSS Feed

  • Who are Luxembourg's Olympic athletes?

    13 athletes are going to represent Luxembourg at the Olympics starting next week. Our sports reporter Marco Pezzetti is all excited about it. Marco came on the breakfast show to present the Luxembourg athletes and to tell us who to follow specifically this summer. Listen to the entire interview here.

  • Upcoming workshop by Géisskan poetry slam collective

    This Saturday, the Géisskan poetry slam collective hosts a workshop in Esch. All aspiring poets are invited to join the workshop and participate at the slam in the evening. Our own Franziska is hosting the workshop and she joined Simon on the breakfast show to give you the details.

  • New Music Monday 13-05-24

    Simon's super sonic selection, freshly plucked from all of the new music released within the last week. Help decide what will be this week's Track of the Week by whatsapping your choice to 691 35 35 99...

Local Matters

  • Residents protesting nuclear reactor extension in Cattenom

    Last Saturday, a crowd of protesters gathered in the town of Cattenom, close to the nuclear power plant. Anti-nuclear energy organisations from France, Germany and Luxembourg co-hosted the protest to oppose the planned extension of the Cattenom reactor lifespan. Get all the details on today's Local Matters.

  • How to react to racism

    Time to talk about racism again. On Local Matters today, we see how young people approach the issue, and which experiences they have made. The non-profit organisation Aldic, association luxembourgeoise pour le dialogue interculturel invited young people to learn about all forms of discrimination. A dozen young people spend this week together to understand what discrimination is, and how to react in situations where they or others are discriminated.

  • Make women visible in public space

    Today on Local Matters, we walk. We put on our gender glasses and join the association Kehsia for a memory walk in Luxembourg-City. The aim is to see how women are portrayed in public spaces.

  • A stroll at the new Kuebebierg neighbourhood

    On Local Matters, we have a visit to the north-eastern end of the city of Luxembourg, to the neighborhood of Kuebebierg. So far, it is only green fields and a few trees. Once finished, the Kuebebierg neighborhood will house 3000 families.

  • LM: The personal fight for the abolition of the death penalty

    On Monday, the city of Esch organised a screening of the film "Seven winters in Teheran" which tells the story of Reyhaneh Jabbari's execution. Within the event series on women's rights, the commune of Esch invited Reyhaneh's mother Shole Pakravan, an activist for human rights and the abolition of the death penalty. In our interview on Local Matters, she tells about her fight.

  • Archiving: Making archives accessible through digitisation

    In the past years, digitisation has been a huge challenge for the National Archives. The archivists have been digitising paper documents, while planning how to store documents that exist only online. For the National Archives, digitisation is an opportunity to make archives more accessible. In our interview on Local Matters, the director of the National Archives Josée Kirps explains the recent strategies and challenges. Photo: Wikimedia

Breakfast Show

  • Who are Luxembourg's Olympic athletes?

    13 athletes are going to represent Luxembourg at the Olympics starting next week. Our sports reporter Marco Pezzetti is all excited about it. Marco came on the breakfast show to present the Luxembourg athletes and to tell us who to follow specifically this summer. Listen to the entire interview here.

  • Sound Portrait for the 24 Districts

    Martine Nicolay from the Ville de Luxembourg and journalist Laetitia Kozlova joined Simon on the Breakfast Show to discuss the 'Sound Portrait for the 24 Districts' project. This year, the City is organising Apéri'tours in different districts across the city. During these walks, the City's political leaders and various municipal departments will present new projects. In addition, the City officials will talk with participants on, among other things, local community spirit and opportunities to meet and interact with neighbours. During the Apéri'tours, Laetitia will conduct interviews to create sound maps of the various neighbourhoods. These maps willbe enhanced by photos that participants are invited to take of their favourite places using instant cameras provided for this purpose… You can find further information on the Quartierspläng2024 via the links below: To participate in the Sound Portrait / Map you can come to the Apéri’tour or book a slot via 24quartiers@vdl.lu. Overall information : 24quartiers.vdl.lu Online survey : https://www.vdl.lu/en/city/get-involved/2024-year-citys-24-districts/online-survey-citys-24-districts More information on the Apéri’tour : https://www.vdl.lu/en/city/get-involved/2024-year-citys-24-districts/aperitours

  • Upcoming workshop by Géisskan poetry slam collective

    This Saturday, the Géisskan poetry slam collective hosts a workshop in Esch. All aspiring poets are invited to join the workshop and participate at the slam in the evening. Our own Franziska is hosting the workshop and she joined Simon on the breakfast show to give you the details.

  • Festival of Citizens in Transition

    Yasmin Labidi of Transition Minett asbl joined the Breakfast Show to talk about their organisation and the third edition of the Festival of Citizens in Transition. Transition Minett asbl started in 2011, bringing citizens together who wanted to start a community garden, now called "Breedewee". The city of Esch-sur-Alzette could support them in creating a citizen-led space to meet, talk and implement ecological solutions together. This year, 15 partners team up with Transition Minett asbl to organize the Festival of Citizens in Transition on Saturday June 29th (with a bat observation event in the evening on June 28th at the Garden Bredewee), with 16 different events scattered around Esch and with a treasure hunt!

  • Visit FSL's Living Library

    On 27 March, the FSL association invites visitors to their living library - an event where people get to learn personal stories and ask questions. In our interview on the breakfast show, Haythem Badawy explains all about the event.

  • Cosmos (Not Enough)

    Actress, vocalist, improviser and polyglot poet - Sascha Ley - joined Simon on the Breakfast Show to talk about all-things art and her interdisciplinary performance piece called Cosmos (Not Enough). Cosmos (Not Enough) is a stream of consciousness, a reflection and research on unequal perception, memory and reality, on being a woman, being a man, being oneself, on relationship, desire, lust, love, polarity, erotic attraction and the different experience of space and time. There are two performances taking place this week at Théâtre National du Luxembourg: 27.03.2024 and 29.03.2024 at 20:00

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