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The Bulletin weekly podcast: 18 January
In our regular weekly podcast, we meet the people and visit the places that make Belgium special.
- Fundraising appeal to buy meals for healthcare workers in Brussels
- Kanal Centre Pompidou launches art radio for talks and performances
- Fakes and falsehoods go on show at House of European History
- The state of Brussels’ short-term property market
- Plus our events ideas for the coming week
Listen to the full podcast here (36 minutes):
Local fundraiser Meals4healthcare is stepping up its appeal for donations to deliver meals to healthcare workers on the frontline of the battle against coronavirus. One of the campaign's organisers, Full Circle co-founder Bridie Nathanson, explains all.
Artists, curators and activists have taken to the airwaves at Kanal Centre Pompidou, which is running a new radio platform called Studio K for the next four weeks – and possibly beyond. We hear from curator Yann Chateigné.
House of European History: Fake For Real
The House of European History has reopened after the second coronavirus shutdown with Fake for Real, an exhibition which retraces the history of forgery and falsification in Europe from the Trojan Horse to the deep rabbit holes currently created on the internet.
The state of Brussels' short-term housing market
From The Bulletin's digital magazine: Housing young professionals is a booming business. So how does Brussels’ property sector live with the constant stream of international newcomers in search of short-term housing – and what’s it like to be one of them?