What does the rivalry between the Orange and the German national football team say about the relations between the two countries? And who is more decisive for Europe – Macron or the French star footballer Mbappé?
Annette and Mathieu, together with Simon Kuper, journalist of The Financial Times, this time take a look at the football field to better understand Europe. Because as Simon Kuper writes in his book ‘Football as War’: “Football offers such a good entrance to understand the world that it is a shame not to do anything with it.”
And of course attention to the German election campaign with our Wahlbeobachter Derk Marseille. To what extent are the liberals of the FDP playing for the win?
— disclaimer — the podcast Café Europa is only available in Dutch
Collaboration with Haagsch College
We make the podcast Café Europa together with our partner Haagsch College. Haagsch College is an initiative of Freek Ewals (former BNR Nieuwsradio) and Vincent Rietbergen (former NOS). They produce substantive productions such as theater tours with Rutger Bregman, Joris Luyendijk and Thomas Erdbrink. And in-depth live streams and podcasts about current events.