Broadcast on: 17 September, 2019

Broadcast on: 10 September, 2019

David and Daniel Landau, known as the Brothers Landau, stopped by The English Show at the Radio X studios to talk about their music and their recently concluded tour of Europe.

Broadcast on: 3 September, 2019

Peter Watkin and Benjamin Freisberg have just launched the Let's Meet Now! app, available in both app stores. The app makes it possible for people to meet new people right now by joining or creating daily events.

Broadcast on: 27 August, 2019

Our food and wine guru Sue Style came in to tell us about the Genusswoche, or Semaine du Goût in Switzerland, which runs from 12-22 September.

Broadcast on: 20 August, 2019

Our Basel tour guide Madeleine Wamister told us about one of the best sights to see in Basel: the Rathaus, Basel's City Hall. Marktplatz is dominated by the City Hall, the seat of the government of the Canton of Basel-City.

Broadcast on: 13 August, 2019

Laure Audidière is our Family & Kids contributor, giving you practical tips and tricks on what to do in Basel as a family. Today it's all about German lessons with daycare.

Broadcast on: 23 July, 2019

Today's show is a Gurtenfestival special! The English Show's Anna Wirz spent four days at the festival in Bern from July 17 - 20, taking pictures (check out the photos and review here) and trying to keep her inner fangirl in check when interviewing her favourite bands.

Broadcast on: 16 July, 2019

Our "Queen of Green" Carrie Aikman and guest Steve Rocco are back for the 3rd installment of Sustainable Investing. Steve is a Managing Partner at MS Innovation Lab, a Basel- and Stuttgart-based firm specializing in business development and capital raising, focused on innovative firms.

Broadcast on: 9 July, 2019

Basel tour guide Madeleine Wamister told us about one of the Best Sights To See in Basel: the river Rhine, which flows right through Basel, dividing the city into Grossbasel and Kleinbasel.

Broadcast on: 2 July, 2019

Gilles Kroeger of Reinach-based Bonsai Club Moyogi joined us in the studio this evening to tell us about the club he represents and an upcoming event: The Swiss National Bonsai and Suiseki Exhibition. Club Moyogi (named after a shaping style of Bonsai trees) has been around since the 1980s.