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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

08:00Monday

08:00Monday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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11:00Monday

Europe in your Living Room is a show created by the Historical Archives of the European Union and the Engaged Academics as part of their school outreach program. Each episode contains a short interview - in Italian - in which a people involved in the HAEU education program - archivists, trainers and teachers - discuss broad issues related to Europe and European integration with a young academic.   The interviews are intended as an introduction to European issues for secondary school students in the Florence area and beyond, while also offering a window on the world of the archives and early stage researchers.   From the 6th to the 24th of July:  Monday 11.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic Monday 17.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives   Wednesday 11.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change Wendesday 17.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic   Friday 11.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives Friday 17.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

11:20Monday

11:20Monday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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17:00Monday

Europe in your Living Room is a show created by the Historical Archives of the European Union and the Engaged Academics as part of their school outreach program. Each episode contains a short interview - in Italian - in which a people involved in the HAEU education program - archivists, trainers and teachers - discuss broad issues related to Europe and European integration with a young academic.   The interviews are intended as an introduction to European issues for secondary school students in the Florence area and beyond, while also offering a window on the world of the archives and early stage researchers.   From the 6th to the 24th of July:  Monday 11.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic Monday 17.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives   Wednesday 11.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change Wendesday 17.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic   Friday 11.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives Friday 17.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

17:22Monday

17:22Monday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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Night, Night Cavoli

00:00Monday

00:00Monday

At night, all the little sprouts go to sleep on the Cabbage Patch. After all, baby sprouts need their 8 hours of photosynthesis... As the winds carry in far away whale sounds from the sea, magical unicorns prance over the meadows beneath starry skies.

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

08:00Tuesday

08:00Tuesday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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Night, Night Cavoli

00:00Tuesday

00:00Tuesday

At night, all the little sprouts go to sleep on the Cabbage Patch. After all, baby sprouts need their 8 hours of photosynthesis... As the winds carry in far away whale sounds from the sea, magical unicorns prance over the meadows beneath starry skies.

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

08:00Wednesday

08:00Wednesday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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11:00Wednesday

Europe in your Living Room is a show created by the Historical Archives of the European Union and the Engaged Academics as part of their school outreach program. Each episode contains a short interview - in Italian - in which a people involved in the HAEU education program - archivists, trainers and teachers - discuss broad issues related to Europe and European integration with a young academic.   The interviews are intended as an introduction to European issues for secondary school students in the Florence area and beyond, while also offering a window on the world of the archives and early stage researchers.   From the 6th to the 24th of July:  Monday 11.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic Monday 17.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives   Wednesday 11.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change Wendesday 17.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic   Friday 11.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives Friday 17.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

11:15Wednesday

11:15Wednesday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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17:00Wednesday

Europe in your Living Room is a show created by the Historical Archives of the European Union and the Engaged Academics as part of their school outreach program. Each episode contains a short interview - in Italian - in which a people involved in the HAEU education program - archivists, trainers and teachers - discuss broad issues related to Europe and European integration with a young academic.   The interviews are intended as an introduction to European issues for secondary school students in the Florence area and beyond, while also offering a window on the world of the archives and early stage researchers.   From the 6th to the 24th of July:  Monday 11.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic Monday 17.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives   Wednesday 11.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change Wendesday 17.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic   Friday 11.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives Friday 17.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

17:20Wednesday

17:20Wednesday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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Night, Night Cavoli

00:00Wednesday

00:00Wednesday

At night, all the little sprouts go to sleep on the Cabbage Patch. After all, baby sprouts need their 8 hours of photosynthesis... As the winds carry in far away whale sounds from the sea, magical unicorns prance over the meadows beneath starry skies.

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

08:00Thursday

08:00Thursday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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Night, Night Cavoli

00:00Thursday

00:00Thursday

At night, all the little sprouts go to sleep on the Cabbage Patch. After all, baby sprouts need their 8 hours of photosynthesis... As the winds carry in far away whale sounds from the sea, magical unicorns prance over the meadows beneath starry skies.

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

08:00Friday

08:00Friday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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11:00Friday

Europe in your Living Room is a show created by the Historical Archives of the European Union and the Engaged Academics as part of their school outreach program. Each episode contains a short interview - in Italian - in which a people involved in the HAEU education program - archivists, trainers and teachers - discuss broad issues related to Europe and European integration with a young academic.   The interviews are intended as an introduction to European issues for secondary school students in the Florence area and beyond, while also offering a window on the world of the archives and early stage researchers.   From the 6th to the 24th of July:  Monday 11.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic Monday 17.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives   Wednesday 11.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change Wendesday 17.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic   Friday 11.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives Friday 17.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

11:22Friday

11:22Friday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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17:00Friday

Europe in your Living Room is a show created by the Historical Archives of the European Union and the Engaged Academics as part of their school outreach program. Each episode contains a short interview - in Italian - in which a people involved in the HAEU education program - archivists, trainers and teachers - discuss broad issues related to Europe and European integration with a young academic.   The interviews are intended as an introduction to European issues for secondary school students in the Florence area and beyond, while also offering a window on the world of the archives and early stage researchers.   From the 6th to the 24th of July:  Monday 11.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic Monday 17.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives   Wednesday 11.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change Wendesday 17.00 - Episode 01 | Giuseppe Martinico on emergency powers and fundamental rights during the pandemic   Friday 11.00 - Episode 02 | Mary Carr on working in the archives Friday 17.00 - Episode 03 | Risto Conte Keivabu on climate change

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Cabbage Patch Shuffle

17:15Friday

17:15Friday

A broad selection of cavolicious sounds between broadcasts

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Night, Night Cavoli

00:00Friday

00:00Friday

At night, all the little sprouts go to sleep on the Cabbage Patch. After all, baby sprouts need their 8 hours of photosynthesis... As the winds carry in far away whale sounds from the sea, magical unicorns prance over the meadows beneath starry skies.

Learn more