A podcast about various aspects of living in Switzerland.
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In this episode, we speak to the food experts Jessica Manurung and David Moginier about regional foods in Switzerland, particularly in the cantons of Basel and Vaud.
In this episode, we speak to the finance blogger Baptiste Wicht from The Poor Swiss about Switzerland’s financial system.
In this episode, we speak to the artist Nikolai Kleist Burkal about art in Switzerland.
In this episode, we speak to the authors Anita Lehmann and Katie Hayoz about immigration in Switzerland.
In this episode, we speak to Swiss German teacher Rahel Roth and bestselling cartoonist/author Sergio Lievano about Swiss German. We explore whether expats should learn this dialect or focus on standard German instead.
In this episode, we speak to Ben Crawshaw from Zurich Together about how newcomers can use expat groups to build long-lasting friendships.
In this episode, we speak to James Macsay and Margaret Reilly Baer from the American International Club Zurich about how expats can build a social network in Switzerland.
In this episode we welcome back Margaret Oertig, to continue the conversation about schools in Switzerland.
In this episode, we’ll be talking about the Swiss School System, together with Margaret Oertig, author of the brilliant book 'Going Local, Your Guide to Swiss Schooling'. If you have any interest in the Swiss school system, then we have a treat in store for you.
In this episode we welcome back Anita Lehmann to speak about Geneva.
Please join us for another talk about life in Switzerland🇨🇭 This time we are joined by Katrin Gygax, to speak about exploring Switzerland by bike.
To celebrate International Women's Day, in this episode we welcome the authors of the book 50 Amazing Swiss Women.
In this episode, we welcome authors Melinda and Robert Schoutens of Freshairkids.com.
In this episode, we welcome author and publisher Richard Harvell.
In this episode, we welcome Veronica DeVore, Head of Audience at SWI swissinfo
In this episode, we welcome back Clare O'Dea, who spoke with us once before about Swiss neutrality.
In this episode, we speak about foreigners in Switzerland. We look at who they are, where they live, voting rights and more.
Beth Zurbuchen is the President of the Swiss Centre of North America. In this conversation, Beth tells us a little bit about her experience of travelling in Switzerland as a Swiss citizen, but one who didn't grow up here.
In this episode, we speak about a few things to do during the summer in Switzerland.
A chat with Beth Zurbuchen, the President of the Swiss Center of North America
In this episode, we’ll be talking about the Swiss abroad, or die fünfte Schweiz.
In this episode, we’ll be talking about Swiss neutrality, in light of Switzerland’s recent decision to join the international community in imposing sanctions on Russia.
In this episode, we speak about putting your foot in it, and getting things wrong.
In this episode we have something a little different for you, which is a talk with the author Andie Pilot.
In this episode, we speak about some of the traditions of winter here in Switzerland.
In this episode, we go over some tips to help you save money here in Switzerland.
This episode is all about Swiss history.
This episode is all about travel in Switzerland.
In this episode, we take a closer look at the Swiss political system of direct democracy.
In this episode, we tackle seven things you always wanted to know about life in Switzerland, but were maybe too afraid or too embarrassed to ask!