The musician Remo Cavallini plays a guitar piece especially for us and lends himself to the game of Q&As.
Tattoos, animals and Smurf jokes: Scylla Pierce, CEO of The Storm Events, invites us into her living room during the lockdown.
Mireille, Marco and the lion cub Karl give us news from their confinement and take the opportunity to give the children a picture to colour in.
American rap, Cape Verdean cachupa, Japanese animation and high kick: Jordan, Sportsman of the Year, shares his daily life with us.
During the lockdown, Corinne Lahure, in charge of the Senior Plus service, went on holiday in her motor home – parked in her garden.
DJ Packo Gualandris is simply living life to the fullest, confined in his recording studio in Oberkorn wearing his dressing gown.
Right in the middle of the preparations for the Drummer Days, we accompanied Rudi De Bouw, Director of the Differdange School of Music.
Hugo, guitarist and singer for Lost in Pain and Praetor, tells us about his most beautiful guitars and the best heavy metal bar in Differdange.
In the streets of Differdange, pedestrians wonder who this handsome long-haired man is in the saddle of his large motorbike.
Carole is a teacher for children with special needs in Differdange. She got through the health crisis by exercising great resolve.
With his accordion, large smile and good humour, Mike cheers up the elderly confined in retirement homes.
To celebrate the reopening of the bars and restaurants, we enjoyed a virtual toast with Berto, one of the owners at Bei der Giedel.