Name of Podcast: Zone critique (Critical zone)
What topics are covered: This podcast talks about arts in general.
Why is it good to listen to? The hosts use informal language. Some of them have a light Swiss accent. They do not speak too fast, it is quite easy to understand them. However, since the show can lead to debates, several people can talk at the same time.
You can subscribe or listen to the podcast by finding “Zone critique” on iTunes, or through http://www.rts.ch/espace-2/programmes/zone-critique/?rts_source=rss_p
How often are the podcasts updated? The podcasts are updated on a weekly basis, on Friday.
Length of each podcast: Each episode is one hour long.
Podcast Description: “Zone critique” is a Swiss podcast from the RTS (Radio Television Suisse). This podcast is presented by Raphaële Bouchet, Thierry Sartoretti, Catherine Fattebert, Anik Schuin, and Florence Grivel. This is a critical debate. Specialists prepare a weekly topic for auditors, usually a controversial topic.
Every week, the best journalists analyze theatre, visual arts or literature. For example, we can hear about a critical selection of books, movies, theatres plays, and exhibitions. The aim is to guide listeners and to help them discover The Arts. With the multiplicity of participants on the show, many opinions are revealed which makes the podcast interesting. In addition, it allows the listener to stay updated about art news. On the podcast’s website, they usually post links and articles related to the main topic of the podcast. The listener can get more information about what was said during the podcast.
Summary: This Swiss podcast in French is interesting for people who like debates and The Arts.