Broadcast on: 15 December, 2020

The Upper Strata combine guitar, bass and duelling vocals with loops, sequencers, beats, found sounds and videos. Their new album "Luap Elk" is released December 18, 2020.

Broadcast on: 8 December, 2020

On today's show, we had a little look behind the scenes of the upcoming Live Interactive Online Production of "Goldilocks and The 3 Bearz", produced by The Basel English Panto Group and hosted by Vantage Global.

Broadcast on: 1 December, 2020

The Semi-Circle is Basel's English language amateur theater group which has been staging plays and musicals for 45 years. These Covid-constrained times have made it difficult to put on a show, but The Semi-Circle have found a solution.

Broadcast on: 17 November, 2020

The Queen of Green, Carrie Aikman, shared some eco-tips for holiday shopping. Doing it all online this year? No worries - sustainable gifts abound online, and Carrie will help get you started.

Check out her abundant list of recommendations mentioned in the show:

Broadcast on: 10 November, 2020

Artist Pedro Martin Rojo made his triumphant return to The English Show to promote his group exhibition ART

Broadcast on: 3 November, 2020

Gilles Kröger, captain for Rhytaxi Basel, joined us in the the studio to talk about the company, its services and its special relationship with Basel. The company was founded in 2001 with one small boat and now operates four, offering sightseeing-tours, events, transfers, and long-hauls.

Broadcast on: 27 October, 2020

As the season turns to colder and darker, companies start releasing their products to catch our attention on the long nights. Not all of them are very convincing, so Ian the Gadget Guru takes a look at some which are a definite 'yes' and some that are a certain 'no'. Listen to the segment here.

Broadcast on: 13 October, 2020

Natalie Corman, artist from Riehen, joined us in the studio. Natalie uses acrylic to paint based on the photographic images she takes, using a technique called “cloisonné”. The paintings tend to be large (some approaching 180 x 100 cm), monochromatic and focused on Basel-based themes.