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Europe's week: A row over rule of law and fears over cultural sector
In this edition we look at how relations between Brussels and Budapest soured over democratic values, and also at how the cultural sector can be revived post-pandemic.
Liveurope Online Festival aims to give music scene a shot in the arm
Liveurope, an initiative supporting concert venues in their efforts to promote up-and-coming European artists, is to hold a Europe-wide online concert on Friday and Saturday.
EU sets aside €1.6bn of financial firepower to reboot arts sector
Artists appealed to EU leaders for the need to support culture which has helped Europeans to cope with "great personal and societal adversity".
France declares war on podcasts, clickbait and chick-lit
The French government wants its citizens to stop using English words where no French equivalent exists
Creative sector seeks support amid fears over impact of lockdown
Alongside the tourism, experts say that the arts will take the longest time to recover when lockdown rules are lifted.
Balkan Trafik Festival: Brussels music extravaganza to go ahead online
The cult festival has moved online after the coronavirus lockdown caused the physical event to be postponed.
Coronavirus: How much will the Italian theatre industry lose?
In an industry famous for fame but characterised in reality by scant employment and just scraping by, the public health crisis is killing more than individuals.
Belgian artists slam Flemish funding cuts
The right-wing Flemish government intends to cut funds for cultural projects by 60%. Minister-president Jan Jambon at the Flemish Parliament explains that the cuts won’t affect everyone: indeed traditional Flemish cultural heritage will receive more money.
Scratching music onto X-rays like bootleggers in Soviet Russia
A couple of music enthusiasts have been reviving a technique for scratching music onto X-rays. It was a method used in the Soviet Union to listen to music like jazz and rock and roll which was banned by the government.
Cities Galway and Rijeka prepare for a year of EU cultural events
Galway, Ireland and Rijeka, Croatia will each host a year-long programme of cultural events.
Watch: Belgrade's The Victor monument removed for restoration
The Victor is a 4-metre figure with a falcon in his left hand and a sword in his right, on a 13-metre pedestal. It commemorates Serbia's triumph over both the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires.
How a retired Hungarian man reclaimed his image from memesters
András Arató became a laughing stock 10 years ago when pictures of him became widely used in memes. But the newly-baptised "hide the pain Harold" has reclaimed his image.
Belgian festival faces pressure over blackface 'Savage' character
Pressure is mounting for UNESCO to remove a Belgian festival from its cultural heritage list. The a blackface character known as 'the savage' in a parade in the town of Ath has drawn strong criticism from anti-racist campaigners.
Watch: An intimate portrait into Audrey Hepburn's life
Euronews speaks with Sean Hepburn Ferrer, who opened a new exhibition in Brussels detailing his famous mother's life.
Bridging history and modernity: the multipurpose space shaking up Pisa
The EU funded 'Officine Garibaldi' is a multipurpose space bringing together the local community as well as visitors to Pisa. It provides cultural events, co-working spaces for local entities, as well as many other functions.
Swiss actor Bruno Ganz dies aged 77
Ganz, 77, is best-known for portraying Adolf Hitler in the Oscar-nominated Downfall; the kindly grandfather in Swiss family movie Heidi; and the angel Damiel in Wim Wenders’ 1987 film Wings of Desire.
IMMERSIVE STORY: Take a tour of Europe's coal country
Intense coal mining has made Katowice, where COP24 negotiations are taking place right now, one of Europe's most polluted areas. Take an interactive tour of coal country and meet the people who are fighting to keep it alive.
EU gives free rail passes to boost cultural links
Thousands of 18-year-olds will get a ticket from the European Commission
European Commission targets antiquities sales to curb terrorism
The EU Commission suggests a new rule to stop trafficking of ‘antiquities’ – cultural artefacts- from both inside and outside the bloc.
European 'history house' opens this weekend
It was meant to have been open in 2014, but now the House of European History finally opens its doors to the public this weekend.
EU set to open new '320m' HQ as governments tighten belts
The EU district of Brussels is, like the weather, grey and dreary.
Franco, German, Italian leaders meet in symbolic Italian island of Ventotene
Relaunching the European Union two months after the UK vote to leave the EU: the challenge facing Angela Merkel François Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi at a mini summit in Ventotene.
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U-Talk goes to the (European) movies
This week on UTalk, the question comes from Léa in Paris: “A few days ahead of the Oscar ceremony which celebrates the US film industry, how is
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Tackling antiquities trafficking
In this week’s Utalk, a question from Lesley in London: “How can looted antiquities from Iraq and Syria, for instance, still end up on the art market
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Digital copyright: do you know your rights?
What is the EU’s position on copyright in the digital era? George from Malta asks: “EU copyright rules are being reviewed to make them appropriate
'Judge books by their covers', EU court says in tax ruling
France and Luxembourg lost a legal battle on Thursday to offer lower sales tax on e-books. A top European court backed EU regulators that only paper