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A documentary follows the career of Nemo Mettler, who won the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 for Switzerland.
40 min
Yodelling might be the next Swiss tradition to make it onto the UNESCO Cultural Heritage list along side a ‘once in a generation’ festival and watchmaking.
4 min
Jason Beechey, the new head of dance at Zurich University of the Arts, talks about his vision for ballet education in Switzerland.
2 min
Over the past two years, experts have unearthed thousands of Roman military artefacts littering a meadow in southeast Switzerland.
1 min
How do we select opinion articles? How do we check the quality of our reporting? Which Swiss topics influence the world?
2 min
According to a representative survey, a clear majority are happy with the Swiss education system.
2 min
SWI swissinfo,ch has secured Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI) certification for the second time.
2 min
A retrospective in Bern pays tribute to one of the most prominent Swiss artists of the past 50 years.
2 min
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has launched a museum and visitor attraction, the Science Gateway, near Geneva.
3 min
The permanent exhibition looks at the history of skiing, offering a chronological view of both Alpine and Nordic skiing.
4 min
The culture and congress centre was his first "international child", said French star architect, architect Jean Nouvel.
2 min
Archaeologists have discovered a remarkably well-preserved dugout canoe from the Early Iron Age in Lake Neuchâtel in western Switzerland.
4 min
In this briefing we bring you the Verbier Festival, Credit Suisse, vaccine shortage, artificial sweetener and emigration adventures.
43 min
One of the winners of this year’s Prix Meret Oppenheim, Uriel Orlow’s "Swissness" is only one element in an enthrallingly complex life.
3 min
Fans of the late pop singer Tina Turner have laid floral tributes, placed candles and left personal notes at the star’s home in Küsnacht, Zurich.
2 min
Fans of the late pop singer Tina Turner have laid floral tributes, placed candles and left personal notes at the star’s home in Küsnacht, Zurich.
44 s
Catherine Debrunner has won this year’s prestigious Laureus World Sportsperson with a Disability Award.
2 min
At the end of the 1970s Swiss photojournalist Willy Spiller moved to New York. His pictures of the subway resulted in the book 'Hell on Wheels'.
3 min
Swiss author and illustrator Emmanuelle Houdart occupies a prominent position in the field of children’s literature, having won numerous awards in Italy and France.
4 min
Michel Comte was one of the most celebrated fashion photographers until an accident damaged his eyesight. Now he uses his art for climate activism.
4 min