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Histoire Vivante and geneveMonde.ch join forces

January 25th, 2024

After a year and a half, your shared history platform on international Geneva is strengthening its relationship with its partner, Radio Télévision Suisse.

The common goal is to bring to life archives, some of them never before published, on various media such as geneveMonde.ch, radio, television, print media, audio and video streaming platforms, social networks and museums. GeneveMonde and "Histoire Vivante" are two examples of this collaboration. Next week, the daily history program on RTS-La 1ère, "Histoire Vivante" and geneveMonde.ch will join forces to tell the nuclear history of Geneva and Switzerland, with a wealth of never-before-seen eyewitness accounts and archives. The series is entitled "Switzerland and Nuclear Power".

This collaboration is the fruit of a meeting between Histoire Vivante journalist-producer Anaïs Kien, who replaced Laurent-Huguenin Elie in the summer of 2023. Anaïs Kien spent 18 years at France Culture, first working alongside producer Emmanuel Laurentin on "La Fabrique de l'histoire", then as coordinator of "Toute une vie" and documentary maker for "LSD-La Série Documentaire".

Histoire vivante" now boasts over 5,000 episodes. Launched in January 2002 by Jean Leclerc, "Histoire vivante" offers, in addition to a documentary broadcast on Sunday evenings on the RTS Deux television channel, five weekly half-hour episodes with different angles on a topical historical theme, featuring interviews with historians, archivists, witnesses and a selection of archive sound documents.

Available on RTS - La 1ère (on FM, DAB+ and platforms) between 1:30pm and 2pm, then replayed on RTS.ch or geneveMonde.ch.


MONDAY 29: Geneva in the atomic matrix (with Véronique Stenger) TUESDAY 30: The Confederation and its atomic bomb dreams: from secrecy to criticism (with Michael Fischer and Duc Hanh Luong) WEDNESDAY 31: CERN, gas pedal of European scientific cooperation in Geneva (with Dominique Pestre) THURSDAY 1: Anti-nuclear demonstrators, 50 years of protest in Geneva Part 1 (with Ivo Rens, Nicolas Stenger and Frédéric Deshusses) FRIDAY 2: Anti-nuclear demonstrators, 50 years of protest in Geneva Part 2 (with Philippe de Rougemont) All interviews will be published on geneveMonde. ch in an archive file.


Anaïs Kien, David Glaser and Véronique Stenger

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