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A place for conversation that spans life in Luxembourg and beyond. Each week an international guest list will reflect on the week’s news, plus a whole host of other topics: politics to pollination; education to entrepreneurship; science to singing. Luxembourg sits in the beating heart of Europe and its diverse population provides a global perspective on a number of world issues.
 
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The Kavli Centre for Ethics, Science, and the Public at the University of Cambridge bring science conversations to the citizen. Professor Anna Middleton, Dr. Richard Milne and Dr. Catherine Galloway talk to Lisa about their mission. Professor Anna Middleton, Dr. Richard Milne and Dr. Catherine Galloway talk to Lisa about their mission. The Kavli Ce…
 
Lynda Shephard shares a life's work in art, its value in education and a happy life. Lidiya Cherneva explains various types of intelligence. Emma Baxley talks about doubly gifted children and how to help them. This week on The Lisa Burke Show, Sasha Kehoe reflects on the news week that was: - Chat GPT causes concern over future jobs. Will it mean c…
 
Martine Risch, sexologist and psychologist from the Cancer Foundation Luxembourg talks about the double taboo of sex and cancer. Cindy Gallop shares the reasons for Make Love Not Porn's global success. Following on from a look-back at the week's news with Sasha Kehoe, my guests this week talk about sex, breaking down the taboos of intimacy in relat…
 
In this long discussion, our Minister of Finance for Luxembourg talks about her background, and we also move onto important aspects of life today: indexation and taxation bands. Yuriko Backes experienced a wonderfully global upbringing: born in Kobe, Japan; went on to study at the London School of Economics, LSE; a Masters in Japanese Studies at th…
 
Do you know what a Cordwainer is? What about the most popular girls and boys names in Luxembourg in 2022? Or the ten most commonly bought cars here? Happy New Year dear listeners! Hope you all had a restful holiday period, and had time to reflect on what type of 2023 you might want. Let's hope it can happen. This week we have the return of Sasha's …
 
The kindness of an airport aide went viral when Luxembourg actress Hana Sofia Lopez told the story. Sasha Kehoe, Melissa Dalton and Meredith Moss wrap up the year they've had on their shows too. Sasha Kehoe, Melissa Dalton and Meredith Moss wrap up the year they've had on their shows too. The kindness of a stranger - it never fails to lift our hear…
 
Dr Sohom Das, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist in London; Nicolas Zharov & Inna Yaremenko from LUkraine and Sasha Kehoe from RTL Today Radio chat to Lisa Burke. A Psych for Sore Minds Dr. Sohom Das is a Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and YouTuber based in London. His works focuses on offenders with severe mental illness. Sohom assesses and rehabi…
 
And 'Why Why Why?' with Rick Serrano. Plus Didier Goossens and Emily Iversen talk about LetzSCIENCE and RestART Beirut. Rick Serrano melds his love of philosophy with his work as an international public speaker and executive coach. With an MBA from the Harvard Business School, and a certified coach by the University of Cambridge, Rick helps people …
 
Join Lisa and guests: Rachel Watkyn, CEO of The Tiny Box Company, Melissa Dalton on her improv work, artist Philippe Lamesch and RTL's Sasha Kehoe. Rachel Watkyn -Tiny Box Company Rachel Watkyn set up Tiny Box Company in a bedroom 14 years ago, into a company which now turns over circa £10m. Yes, she's a brilliant entrepreneur and business woman, b…
 
Join Lisa and guests: Sasha looks back at the week's news, Kate Buckeridge explains the science of soil, and Luxembourg Tech School branches out to help young people with autism and refugees. In this week's show, as ever, we reflect on the week's news with Sasha Kehoe. Soil and Climate Dr. Kate Buckeridge, a Canadian soil microbiologist at Luxembou…
 
Join Lisa and her guests for a round up of the week's news with Sasha Kehoe, emotional flexibility and deliberate calm with Dr. Jacqui Brassey, and fencing with our national champion Flavio Giannotte. As always, we start the show with a look back at the week's news with Sasha Kehoe, news presenter from The Sam Steen Show. Dr. Jacqui Brassey talks a…
 
Dr. Elisabeth Letellier, Prof. Rejko Krüger and Dr. Ibrahim Boussaad talk about their work in medical research on colorectal cancer and Parkinson's disease, where prevention is key. After a two week hiatus, due to getting covid, then moving house, I'm back! So lovely to be in the studio once more surrounded by my wonderful guests. To start the show…
 
This week we work on well-being with my guests: holistic therapist, globally trained, Ayano Everling; Hypnotist Alain Wolff and The Happy Guts Company founder Jennifer Olding Yet again, it's been a week of tumult in British politics. This and more is discussed with Sasha Kehoe as we reflect on some the week's news, from the serious to the farcical.…
 
Futurist Liselotte Lyngsø is joined by architect Carole Schmit and Kenny Graham, CEO of Tomorrow Street, to talk about trends of the future. This week, as always, Sasha Kehoe starts the show with a reflection of the week's news. We start with the ever-present heaviness of developments in Ukraine and the cost of living crisis. Other stories include …
 
Dr. Hanne Christensen, a Norwegian biologist, talks to us about her work on large carnivores and her interest in recent Neanderthal studies. Kate, Morgan and Arnit are three exciting young minds taking part in the Young Scientists Contest, and join me with the director of FJSL, Sousana Eang. Dr. Hanne Christensen, a Norwegian biologist, talks to us…
 
Dr. Arno Gutleb, Elisabeth Schilling, Dr. Jessica Levy and Sasha Kehoe are Lisa's guests this week, to talk about their work and the news around it. Kicking off the show, Sasha Kehoe guides us through a reflection of the news this week. An Alternative to Animal Testing Dr. Arno Gutleb is Group Leader for Environmental Health at the Luxembourg Insti…
 
Lisa's guests this week showcase the abundant creative spirit in Luxembourg, from music for all at the Philharmonie, to calculating our carbon footprint, to redirecting your life as a fashion designer. This week, as always, we take a look back at the week's news with Sasha Kehoe, but with a focus on females. In the upcoming Italian elections we hav…
 
Queueing for the Queen, the recent British Luxembourg Society's visit to London and Jana Degrott's movement to get more young people and minority groups into politics. This week's show continues the theme of world news which has been saturated by the pageantry and documentation of Queen Elizabeth II's life. Noteable is the queue which has weaved it…
 
Coming to you via radio, on video in RTL Play and podcasts I'm delighted to be back with a wonderful array of guests after the summer break. Filmed on Friday 9th September, we reflect on the life of Queen Elizabeth II, such a long life of dedicated service carried out with quiet grace and dignity. One tweet which struck me personally was that she h…
 
Today, we’re taking a belated look at Luxembourg’s female political pioneers. We’ll investigate how the Grand Duchy’s women secured the right to vote in the aftermath of the First World War, before turning to examine the lives of the country’s first female deputy and its first female minister.
 
Sadhguru is a world-renowned yogi who is currently turning the world's attention to the quality of our soil. And it's the final week to enter Miss Tourism for Luxembourg! Giuseppe Catellaneta tells us more. Netty Thines talks about the Luxilux app to discover the city, and Sasha Kehoe gives us a round-up of the week's news. Giuseppe Catellaneta tel…
 
We catch up on the week's news with Sasha Kehoe plus more from the wonderful minds of Séan Cleary and Steve Whiting. Sean Cleary, Executive President of the Future World Foundation talks about his insights on so many levels of issues in the world right now and how we can begin to address them. Steve Whiting, Head of Payments at Soldo, talks more ab…
 
Today, we’re looking at one of Luxemborug’s most important historical figures, and the tradition he created which has continued to this day. We’ll explore John the Blind’s life and how he became mythologised as a national hero, before turning to the history of the Schueberfouer down to the present day.…
 
Following on from ICT Spring here are some more interviews I had the opportunity to undertake on a whole range of diverse conversations from the metaverse to embedded finance, solopreneurs to the SnT department of the University of Luxembourg. ...From the metaverse to embedded finance, solopreneurs to the SnT department of the University of Luxembo…
 
Did you know that Luxembourg has a rich tradition of fables and fairy tales? Today, we’re delving into two of Luxembourg’s most famous literary works: Michel Rodange’s Renert, and D’Maus Kätti by August Liesch. We’ll explore the stories they tell, the meanings behind them and the impact they have had on the development of Luxembourg’s cultural scen…
 
World views and life experiences from Tony Parker, Sophie Lacoste, Séan Cleary, Nasir Zubairi and Thomas Kallstenius. ICT Spring 2022 was buzzing this year with so many people sharing their knowledge on such a range of topics, with the common thread of loving technology in one form or another. Amongst the guests were Tony Parker, retired NBA Champi…
 
Today, we’re concluding our look the history of Luxembourg’s participation at the Olympic Games. We’ll cover the exploits of the most successful Olympic artist of all time, the unknown story of Mary Meyers, and Luxembourg’s participation in a competition perhaps more suited to its size – the Games of the Small States of Europe.…
 
Today, it’s the first episode of a double-header exploring the history of Luxembourg’s participation at the Olympic Games from 1900 to the modern day. To kick things off, we’ll be looking at a Luxembourger who won the marathon at the Paris 1900 Olympics; the life of Josy Barthel, arguably the Grand Duchy’s most famous athlete; and a naturalised Lux…
 
Do you know what percentage of fashion is not used or sold? Katarina Rimarcikova tells us why we must change our fashion habits. And Dr. Toni Burke talks to us about trends in Aesthetic Medicine. Changing Face of Fashion Katarina Rimarcikova has been working in the fashion world her whole life. From graduating from Central St. Martins to working in…
 
Today, we’re going to recount the tale of Loschbour Man, the oldest human skeleton ever discovered in the Grand Duchy. We’re going back deep in time – around 8,000 years, to be precise – to a time when humans were on the brink of a new age, and the first documented Luxembourger would be tragically left behind.…
 
Today, in the second episode of our double-header on Nazi Gauleiter Gustav Simon, we’re going to try to shed new light on his mysterious death. Now in case you missed it, last week we investigated the remarkable tale of Captain Hanns Alexander, a Jewish refugee from Berlin in the service of the British Army, and his hunt through occupied Germany in…
 
Privacy, counterfeiting - what's the difference? Intellectual Property has recently been in the news with the Jeff Dieschburg case. Here we discuss IP from the 15-24 year old perspective. We also talk music with Fete de la Musique and more! Here we discuss IP from from the 15-24 year old perspective. We also talk music with Fete de la Musique and m…
 
The Luxembourg History Podcast is back with a bang! Today, we’re kicking things off with the first episode of a double-header looking at the remarkable tale of the capture and mysterious death of the former Nazi Gauleiter of Luxembourg, Gustav Simon, in the winter of 1945. In this episode, we’ll start off with the dramatic investigation that led to…
 
The Minister for Education talks about free childcare during school weeks, free music lessons, the new Digital Hub, and new schools across the country to serve Luxembourg's diverse population. Claude Meisch, Minister for Education, talks about free childcare during school weeks, free music lessons, the new Digital Hub and new schools across the cou…
 
The Order of Malta Luxembourg is starting a series of fundraising activities, starting with the Roude Leiw Polo Club, to raise money for a homeless shelter. Whichever ranking, rating or survey you look at, Luxembourg will sit high in the charts, in terms of GDP, wealth, low unemployment and a good social security network to help those in need. And …
 
Pollinators are pillars of our ecosystems and on UN World Bee day I chat with Dr. Michael Eickermann from LIST. Also, Evegenia Paliy tells us about the Ukraine-Luxembourg Business Club's upcoming event. Pollinators are pillars of our ecosystems and on UN World Bee day I chat with Dr. Michael Eickermann from LIST. Also, Evgenia Paliy tells us about …
 
This weekend the Asteroid Foundation put on a space event with the Scouts association FNEL. Plus, artist Katarzyna Kot talks about the relationship of her art with nature. This weekend the Asteroid Foundation will put on a space event with the Scouts association FNEL. Plus, artist Katarzyna Kot talks about the relationship of her art with nature. R…
 
We don't have a future without it. So say these talented entrepreneurs who are doing something about it. My guests this week are Filip Westerlund who developed Our Choice, Antoine Welter and Xavier Kohll who founded Circu Li-ion. Our Choice Whilst studying for his masters in psychology at the University of Luxembourg, Filip Westerlund started his c…
 
With another packed show, my all female guests tackle tough topics with practical, actionable steps. My guests this week are Kristina Mikulova, Christiane Bourg, Emma Farrell and Deirdre Ryan. Kristina Mikulova, originally from Slovakia, has a deep passion for giving back to the world. A highly accomplished woman with a PhD in Political and Social …
 
Sonification is a burgeoning field of science and music. This project kicks off next weekend in Rockhal, part of Esch 2022 Capital of Culture. Plus, Daniel Sahr talks about his time in Dubai building the Luxembourg Pavilion for World Expo 2020. Sonification is a burgeoning field of science and music. This project kicks off next weekend in Rockhal, …
 
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