🎧Are you familiar with Heinz Holliger? He was a Swiss oboist, composer and conductor. On the anniversary of his birth, in 1939, here is a recording of his music.
🎥On this UN World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, a look back at a project from 2010 that took hikers on a journey through all four language regions to help them appreciate Switzerland’s linguistic and cultural diversity. Curious about what they learned?
On this day in 1938, Swiss playwright and author Urs Widmer was born. He published about 80 novels, short stories, plays, and essays. Here is an article from our archives about his life and his work.
A brief look back at the history of Swiss-Israeli ties: http://s.swissin.fo/k5KvYWD
As summer approaches, the avalanches continue in the Swiss Alps. Three people are hurt as an avalanche sweeps away two cars on a mountain pass.
These are some of the stories we’re following in the week of May 21.
How one native of Lugano has embraced life down under - and even found a place where she can buy Swiss cheese. #WeAreSwissAbroad
On World Bee Day, a look at the economic value of bees in Switzerland.
🎥 With the approach of the International Congress on Vocational and Professional Education and Training, we’re sharing articles from our archives about the apprenticeship system and vocational education in Switzerland. Apprenticeships are highly spoken of here, but did you know 1/5...
Education barriers remain for young unaccompanied refugees in Switzerland: http://s.swissin.fo/3PSgUeb
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Bern from a homeless perspective
The Surprise association, which publishes a magazine to help the homeless, is celebrating its 20th year. To mark the event, it has launched “socially aware” ...
Grab your gardening gloves, and get planting!
There's still time to put some seeds in the ground for this summer. But take a close at the packet: do you know what that tiny "F1" mark means...? Nouvo brings ...
More snow, fewer avalanches please!
We all like lots of snow, but not when it gets dangerous. Nouvo brings you short videos about Switzerland, Swiss current affairs and the wider world. Keep up to ...
Swaziland, not Switzerland
Switzerland is sometimes confused with Sweden. But there is another country that gets mistaken for Switzerland: Swaziland, a small country in the south of Africa ...
LSD to make a comeback?
Albert Hoffmann: a name that will forever be linked with the substance, LSD. It's been 75 years since its accidental discovery. The hallucinogenic trip caused by ...
Battle of Gallipoli re-enactment raises eyebrows in Switzerland
A student re-enactment of Turkey's 1915 Battle of Gallipoli staged in Switzerland has raised concerns over the use of Swiss schools for Turkish propaganda.
Del Ponte settles old scores with UN
Carla Del Ponte, the Swiss former prosecutor of the United Nations war crimes tribunal, has strongly criticised the international community – and the UN in ...
This is what it's like to have cancer
"True Talk" puts people in front of the camera who are fighting prejudice or discrimination. They answer questions that nobody would normally dare to ask ...
The woman behind the French voice of Swiss Railways
If you've ever ridden a train in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, you will have heard this woman's voice. Nouvo brings you short videos about Switzerland ...
Whatsapp? Not for under 16s
Nouvo brings you short videos about Switzerland, Swiss current affairs and the wider world. Keep up to date and watch the videos wherever you are, whenever ...