- Bruxitizen 2022
Live Radio show with the support of BNA-BBOT.
Flambée des prix de l’énergie : chauffe qui peut !
- Podcast (Fr)
Brussels Podcast Festival
It is in the pursuit of a more inclusive programme that Atelier 210 decided to collaborate with BNA-BBOT for this third edition. Given their common values and ambitions, it was almost natural for these two organisations to join forces.
To view the full programme and book a ticket, click here. Below, we list the events that will take place at BNA-BBOT. Hope to see you there!
Music composition for podcasts with Le Motel - FR
Le Motel offers you an introduction to the composition of music for sound creation or podcasts. How to imagine a musical universe that is true to the story, to the subject? How do you convey emotions to the listener? From theory to practice, create the soundtrack for a podcast with him.
Prerequisites: The workshop is intended for musicians / producers / beatmakers who know the basics of Ableton or other music composition software and bring a laptop with music composition software installed, an instrument or a midi controller, and headphones.
Podcast X Music - FR
Amaury Rauter, Camille Loiseau, Nastassja Rico and Julien Lemonnier
For this discussion we will approach the relationship between music and podcasting from different angles. In the first place we will look at podcasts dedicated to music, and which highlight or place it in the foreground outside the overly formatted confines of the radio waves. Then there are the podcasts that are becoming more widespread and that offer a glimpse into the reality of the music business that goes beyond preconceived notions and immerses the listener in its manufacturing secrets and intimate stories. We will finally delve into the subject of music in the podcast and the potential opportunities for musicians to make their mark.
How to tell a personal story - ENG
In the podcasts Waarom en Wie Was Mama? - both nominated for the Prix Europa - Eva Moeraert tells personal stories. From herself or from others. She knows as no other how difficult and often delicate it is to record personal stories. In this workshop she shows how she has approached this in the past and what she has learned about it over the years. During the workshop she will introduce you to a very specific way of interviewing and put you to work collecting personal stories.
Eva Moeraert is an independent podcast producer and coordinator of the postgraduate podcasting course at the Arteveldehogeschool. She made radio documentaries and reports for the VRT, but after the success of SERIAL she decided to take a chance and start making podcast series herself. Meanwhile she has her own audio production company (the audio atelier) and numerous successful podcasts to her name like Why?, Who was mama? and Gross National Happiness.
Listening Session Sweet Spot - NL
Sweet Spot is a podcast with work by radio students of the RITCS. The Sweet Spot podcasts differ in genre: a work of fiction, a radio programme, a documentary, or pure audio work: everything is covered. The only common denominator: they were all made by students or former students of the RITCS. Together we listen to a selection of three impressive audio creations.
Kroonlaan - NL & FR
Anna Dupon and Xandry van den Besselaar
Kroonlaan is an audio documentary about a house of Beschut Wonen in Brussels. Seven people with a psychotic vulnerability live there. Together with us, two-man collective VETO, you get to know the residents room by room. With a microphone and recording device, we cooked, played chess, walked or rapped and talked with the residents.
An audio documentary about psychiatry, life in the margin of society and what it takes to feel at home.
Concept, interview and editing Anna Dupon, Xandry van den Besselaar | Music Simon Beeckaert | Graphic design Thomas Van Herck | Language advice Arno Boey | Coproduction KAOS vzw | With the support of Arts in Society Awards, Sabam For Culture | With thanks to Eric, Isabelle, Joannis, Jozef, Luc, Nelson and Nicolai.
Tweemanscollectief VETO consists of Anna Dupon (1995) and Xandry van den Besselaar (1989). They work together as a multimedia collective, moving between story and experience, between fiction and non-fiction, between theatre, visual art and podcast. With their audio installation Room of K., they performed at Zomer van Antwerpen (BE) and International Literature Festival Utrecht (NL) in the autumn of 2020. In the spring of 2021, their four-part podcast Strandhoofden (Beachheads) was released, about the Schildestrand district and its residents. Within the development project Eigen Kweek they made the audio performance Project Donald, which toured Flanders in the autumn of 2021.
Listening session together with the Tweemanscollectief VETO
Antipode - NL
Bram Van de Velde
Antipode is the new podcast series from BRUZZ and the VUB. Two guests with a different background, specialisation or opinion talk about each other's field, themselves and the things in life.
At least one of them has a clear link with the VUB, as professor, researcher, student or fellow. Radio presenter Bram Van de Velde is a privileged listener and moderator.
Creation of sound fiction for children - FR
Ophélie Bouffil et Jeanne Gougeau
Children are full of imagination, let's give them the space to use it! In this workshop, Les Microsondes offers children the opportunity to create a short radio-fiction to explore their own imaginary world. The programme consists of listening to children's podcasts, an introduction to sound and the creation of sound effects, and the production of a short fiction written by the children themselves!
Microsondes is a podcast collective founded by Ophélie Bouffil and Jeanne Gougeau. It was born in September 2020 when BNA-BBOT asked the two radio amateurs to create something for the exhibition Brussels Multipli.city II at the CENTRALE for contemporary art. The soundbites about the hybrid nature of language, Brussels neologisms and multilingualism produced for the occasion could also be heard in all STIB stations.
The creators behind Microsondes are passionate about audio in all its forms and make work around very diverse subjects. From the Kurdistan Workers' Party and law and democracy, to cystitis and women's health, to singing at work.
De la madré à la guerrière
A documentary edited in the BNA-BBOT studio that will be broadcasted during the Brussels Podcast Festival on Saturday 9 April at 10.45 am.
In this radio documentary, Latifa Elmcabeni, co-founder of the Collectif des Madrés, writes a letter to her father to tell him a secret part of their family history.
Between her father, who left Morocco to work in Belgium without having been able to study, and her son, born in Belgium, who was taken out of school at a very young age, Latifa, the daughter who became a mother, gradually discovers herself to be a warrior in order to face the institutional and police violence she witnesses.
With modesty but without restraint, Latifa unravels the threads, lifts the taboos, and reweaves the links between these three generations.
Writing: Latifa Elmcabeni and Maud Girault
Production and editing: Maud Girault
Voice acting: Sam Darmet
Sound design: Frédéric-Pierre Saget
Music: Antonin Simon
Mixing: Aurélien Lebourg
Visual: Elie Bogino
Podcast X Musique
- Podcast X Musique
A debate recorded at BNA-BBOT during the Brussels Podcast Festival.
Podcast X Music
Amaury Rauter, Camille Loiseau, Nastassja Rico and Julien Lemonnier
For this debate, we will look at the relationship between music and podcast from several angles. Firstly, we will look at podcasts that are dedicated to music, highlighting it or bringing it to the fore outside the overly formatted constraints of the radio waves. Then there are the podcasts that are becoming more and more widespread, giving a glimpse of the reality of the music sector that goes beyond preconceived ideas, immersing the listener in its manufacturing secrets and intimate stories. And all the more so when these are told by the artists themselves, who are often looking for a new format to talk to their audience outside the ever-shortening canvas left to them by social networks. And since we are talking about musical artists, we will also dig into the subject of music in the podcast and the potential opportunities to be found there for musicians.
Camille Loiseau - Programme B: Trained as a journalist, researcher in gender studies and budding podcaster, Camille Loiseau is passionate about all forms of storytelling. Now co-programmer of the Brussels Podcast Festival, she returns to her first love: the Belgian music scene, to which she dedicated a fanzine in 2015 ("Indie or die"). In March 2022, she will produce a 4-part podcast series for Binge Audio (Programme B) on the Belgian alternative music scene, a series made possible thanks to the support of Wallonie-Bruxelles Musiques.
Nastassja Rico: As a member of the Radio Moskou collective, Nastassja has already been introduced to the socio-cultural and radio world. Two years ago, she got a foot in the music sector by joining FACIR, the federation that represents and defends the rights of musicians in Belgium. In charge of communication and permanent education projects, she was able to confront the issues of precariousness and professionalization of the musician's profession. She wanted to highlight the similarity found in the paths of each person despite the solitude often embedded in the daily lives of artists. This is how Eye of the Taiga, a survival guide for musicians in Belgium, came into being.
Julien Lemonnier: is a musician and composer of instrumental music. He graduated from the IAD in 2009 in the theatre section and has produced numerous musical creations for the theatre in Belgium, France and Switzerland.
Amaury Rauter - Goûte mes Disques: Amaury Rauter writes for the music media Goûte Mes Disques on behalf of which he co-hosts the monthly magazine of the same name on JAM, as well as the podcast "Game Changer" which invites personalities from all walks of life to talk about what they are and what they do through an album.
Radio Rebel Sonoor
Live radio show: Radio Rebel Sonoor
The children of Rebel Sonoor make one hour of live radio.
in collaboration with vzw De Kriekelaar, RenovaS asbl and BNA-BBOT
BAD Radio Episode 2
Episode 2: A Space for Style
For episode two of BAD radio we're looking into Brussels queer fashion. We'll discuss how queer codes can be a way of communication and self-expression and how certain styles shape and connect our communities.
Gloire et déboires des intermittents du pouvoir
- Podcast APDM
Agenda - Débat radio : "Gloire et déboires des intermittents du pouvoir"
Avec Magali Plovie, députée francophone bruxelloise et conseillère communale Ecolo et Alain Willaert, coordinateur du Conseil bruxellois de coordination sociopolitique ASBL.
Animation par Julien Winkel, journaliste d'Alter Échos.
Entrée libre dans la limite des places disponibles.
Un partenariat entre l'Agence Alter et BNA-BBOT