Audio & Podcasts
Where can you find yodelling courses for CEO's, a tragic musical performed on the shores of a lake, and a guitarist who sings that laughing is good for you? In Switzerland, of course, where all the world's a stage! [...]
A treasure hunt, an automatic library, and plenty to read at the Geneva Book Fair [...]
When the first Web browser was launched at CERN two decades ago, few would have predicted its massive impact or that the technology would eventually help a tiny Swiss town become known around the world through Facebook.
This week swissinfo.ch exposes you to a range of noises. Decide for yourself: how much is too much? [...]
People and politics
swissinfo.ch criss-crosses the Swiss capital in search of proof that politics is not dull and boring, and discovers political activity of all ages and forms [...]
Life and death
Find out why organ donation is a laughing matter, who received mixed obituaries from Swiss newspapers and why three human skeletons turned up in a Fribourg vegetable patch. [...]
High and low
Looking for mysterious dark matter somewhere out there, looking for rare organ donors and looking for the money trail and big bucks.
Wisdom of crowds?
More and more Swiss are coming to the aid of people who are convinced they have a brilliant idea but lack the means to convert it into reality. Crowdfunding can leave everyone happy – so why have some people called it the new Wild West? [...]
We look at some of the quirky ways the Swiss celebrate Easter and delve into the origins of their well-loved chocolate bunnies. Plus, swissinfo.ch's business correspondent provides an update on the situation in Cyprus. [...]