sonOhr Festival: Intimacy and the Swiss

sonOhr Festival: Intimacy and the Swiss

Panel über Intimität im Podcast mit Naomi Gregoris, Célia Héron und Virignie Nussbaum mit Hörbeispielen

Samstag, 23. Februar 2019
2019-02-23 21:30:00 2019-02-23 22:30:00 Europe/Zurich sonOhr Festival: Intimacy and the Swiss Panel über Intimität im Podcast mit Naomi Gregoris, Célia Héron und Virignie Nussbaum mit Hörbeispielen Kino REX
 
Türöffnung 21:25
Beginn 21:30
Ende 22:30
 
Kino REX
Schwanengasse 9
3011 Bern
Schweiz
 
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discussion in English language

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Panel über Intimität im Podcast mit Naomi Gregoris, Célia Héron und Virignie Nussbaum mit Hörbeispielen

Panel discussion: Intimacy and the Swiss – How to get them to talk?

Creating intimacy is one of the great strengths of audio productions. Podcast producers share intimate moments with their interviewees in order to tell their stories in a personal and genuine manner. In the acoustic space of a podcast the host can create a closeness with the listeners. We have a lot of examples from the English-speaking world (especially the U.S.) for this intimate approach (f.e. «This American Life») and we often attribute this way of personal storytelling to a cultural particularity of this world regions. «Swiss will never speak as easily about private manners in a podcast as Americans do» is one of the stereotypes and concerns Swiss podcasters express. For «Brise Glace» the producers Célia Héron and Virginie Nussbaum talked with different people about sex, drugs, disability, death, in short: about life. And in Naomi Gregoris’ «Untenrum» women talk about their sexuality in order to find a common language, to share experience and to empower each other. These two podcasts managed to get people to narrate their most personal topics. How did they do it?

Talk in English with excerpts from «Brise Glace» and «Untenrum» (both with English manuscript).

Host Cheyenne Mackay 

«Brise Glace» aims at questioning our sense of shame and our stereotypes in a 30-minute conversation with a person who agrees to open up about one taboo topic that affects his or her life - in a very honest and intimate way.

Célia Héron is a French journalist and author born in the Paris Area. After having written for Le Monde, Libération and Les Echos, she moved to Boston (U.S.) to be a news correspondent for Tamedia. In 2017 Célia Héron joined Le Temps and launched the podcast Brise Glace with Virginie Nussbaum.

Virginie Nussbaum was born in Geneva and studied journalism in Neuchâtel. She started working at Le Temps in 2017 in the cultural department, writing mostly about music, tv shows and exhibitions, before diving into the podcasting world with «Brise Glace».

In «Untenrum», swiss women of all ages talk about their bodies and sexuality. From the 28-year-old christian woman who had to break free from her community in order to explore her sexuality, to the 64-year-old who decided that a monogamous life wasn't for her: Each episode is dedicated to one woman telling her story.

Naomi Gregoris is a Swiss journalist born near Bern. After working as an editor for the journalism start up Tageswoche for a few years, she joined the culture team at the daily newspaper bzbasel in 2017. Apart from writing, she sporadically produces radio shows for SRF 2 Kultur. In 2018, she launched her own independent podcast «Untenrum».

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