UNESCO: “Great Voices of UNESCO”

Five new “Great Voices” podcasts are now available, featuring the timeless words of major thinkers and personalities (in French).

The podcasts are a co-production of Radio France Internationale (RFI) and UNESCO, produced by RFI Labo with the voices of Soro Solo and Hortense Volle. They are available on UNESCO podcast library   https://www.unesco.org/en/podcasts, on rfi.fr and on other listening platforms.

These “new” great voices are those of Maurice Béjart, Simone Veil, Tchicaya U Tam’si, Paul Rivet with Jean Cocteau and Michel Bâtisse, who will talk respectively about the dialogue of body and mind, the education of children, the first impacts of the images on societies, Congolese poetry and the awakening of awareness of a threat to biodiversity.

A wealth of diversity, like the UNESCO archives, an authentic treasure trove of collective memory, preserving the words of those who also thought the world through a few decades ago, casting an astonishingly visionary eye on the contemporary world!


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