Your weekly rendezvous on the airwaves of the 7 partner radio stations offers a crossed and shared interpretation of the Mediterranean news, with free-subject or thematic numbers, special recordings and guest radio stations.
This season has been marked by special issues devoted to international events and innovative partnerships which can be found - on demand - on COPEAM's SoundCloud page.
- Kantara #26: "Passerelles Sonores" with Ancrages and the MUCEM
A special episode dedicated to the project “Passerelles Sonores”, a series of podcasts created by the Marseille association Ancrages and the Mucem, and produced by Urban Prod.
A radio journey about the relationship between music and exile, a dialogue between generations and repertoires, an invitation to share the music of the past and of the present times.
In this number, we can find the episode 2 and the genesis of this programme, accompanied by unpublished reports from the Kantara team on the musical heritage, which gives rhythm to the Mediterranean - and beyond - daily life.
- Kantara #24: World Radio Day special issue
This number is dedicated to the 10th edition of the World Radio Day: New World. New Radio!
For the team, it represented an opportunity to celebrate more than a century of radio evolution, connection and innovation.
- Kantara #27: International Women's Day
In this issue, Kantara presents the profiles of women who have contributed to improve the world in their respective countries: authors, scientists, philosophers or artists… they all embody the changes that have participated to the evolution of women’s place in our societies.
- Kantara #29: International Francophonie Day
The Francophonie is, first and foremost, women and men who share a common language, French. There are 300 million speakers of this language, spread over the five continents.
In this day, the team proposes a journey devoted to the place of the French language in the world.
- Kantara #22 - Guest radio: Burkina Faso
In this issue, the team welcomed Clémence Tuina from Burkina Faso public radio. She makes us travel in the haute couture domain and tells us about the role of the Burkinabe weavers.