Euranet Plus Panorama

Euranet Plus Panorama is a weekly news review that showcases our network’s wide-ranging coverage of EU-related stories. Euranet Plus is a network of 13 European radio stations from 13 EU countries. Whether national or local, public or private, large or small, their views on European news offer a rich tapestry of perspectives.

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Episodes

2 days ago

From Estonia to France, and Germany to Poland, journalists from our network of radio stations offer insights into the intensity and progress of the campaign leading up to next month’s pivotal poll.
 
A  special episode by Veronica Snoj - voiced by Hermine Donceel and brought to you by Euranet Plus.
 
Image: PixelBiss / Shutterstock

5 days ago

Is there a way of protecting our elections against external influence? EU ministers have this week paved the way for a kind of ‘rapid reaction force’ to tackle such threats.
 
An episode by Joanna Neville, brought to you by Euranet Plus.
 
Image: Murr photo - Shutterstock

Singing and shooting

Thursday May 16, 2024

Thursday May 16, 2024

It has been a week of extremes in Europe: a big party in Sweden and a political assassination attempt in Slovakia. We take a snapshot of the news from around the network.
 
An episode by Joanna Neville, brought to you by Euranet Plus
 
Image: European Union

On a legislative roll...

Friday Apr 26, 2024

Friday Apr 26, 2024

This week, MEPs gathered in Strasbourg for the last plenary session of this legislature. They faced a voting marathon – with some 90 legislative dossiers and seven resolutions up for the vote.
As well as looking at a selection of these votes, we will also take the chance, today, to reflect on some of the achievements – and setbacks – of this ninth parliamentary term.
An episode by Joanna Neville, brought to you by Euranet Plus
 
Image: European Parliament 2024

Friday Apr 19, 2024

With some of Europe’s more conservative governments challenging the right to safe and legal abortion, the European Parliament wants this right enshrined in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
In other news, the EU adopted new “restrictive measures” against Iran at the special European Council this week.
An episode by Joanna Neville, brought to you by Euranet Plus.
 
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Friday Apr 12, 2024

Assessments are pouring in on Slovakia’s recent presidential election – one that saw a pro-European candidate lose out to an ally of controversial PM Robert Fico, who now has a free hand to roll out his illiberal agenda.  
In other news, Brussels finally reaches agreement on the long-awaited migration and asylum pact.
 
An episode by Joanna Neville, brought to you by Euranet Plus.
 
Image © Butenkov Aleksei / Shutterstock
 

Friday Apr 05, 2024

In this week's news from our Euranet Plus network of European radio stations: with the Digital Markets Act entering into force a month ago, Big Tech’s digital gatekeepers are left smarting as, in an ironic twist, they find some gates closed to them.
An episode by Joanna Nevile, brought to you by Euranet Plus
 
Image: Shutterstock
 

Friday Mar 29, 2024

The implications of the recent terrorist attack in Moscow are far from confined to Russia.
 
An episode by Joanna Neville, brought to you by Euranet Plus.
 
Image: Oleg Elkov / Shutterstock
 

Friday Mar 22, 2024

Responding to angry farmers, Brussels seeks to minimise the burden of environmental regulations on agriculture and the impact of the war in Ukraine on farm markets.
An episode by Hermine Donceel, brought to you bu Euranet Plus.
 
Image / PoppyPix / Shutterstock
 

Friday Mar 15, 2024

In the final stretch prior to the EU polls, this week's plenary voted on key texts including AI, media freedom and energy efficiency in buildings.
 
A podcast by Joanna Neville, brought to you by Euranet Plus
 
Image: European Union 2024

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