Pierre Werner, 1979
"E Mënsch a sengem Joerhonnert"
A Podcast Series in Collaboration with Radio 100.7
Together with the Centre for Contemporary and Digital History of the University of Luxembourg, Radio 100.7 has developed a series of seven podcasts.
The portrait of the former Prime Minister of Luxembourg provides a look back at the 20th century, a fresh look at the history of Luxembourg and Europe.
(audio language: French and Luxembourgish)
1. Birth and Origins
02. Jan 2019 – 09:40
Pierre Werner, his life, his political career (here in Luxembourg and at European level as well) are surely worth a radio broadcast.
2. The Training Years
04. Jan 2019 – 13:30
Now you hear the second of a total of seven parts, in which Pierre Werner’s educational, cultural and intellectual education is concerned.
3. Henriette Werner-Pescatore
09. Jan 2019 – 17:45
The third part of our podcast series is about Pierre Werner’s wife Henriette, their parents, their social commitment and the development of women’s rights in Luxembourg.
4. World War II and its Consequences
16. Jan 2019 – 15:15
The fourth part of our podcast is about Pierre Werner’s first professional experiences during and after the war and about the fate of his brother Henri.
5. The Road to the Modern State
18. Jan 2019 – 14:00
The fifth episode focuses on the economic, political and institutional developments in Luxembourg in the 1950s and 1960s.
6. Werner and the Euro
04. Jan 2019 – 12:01
“Pierre Werner, a Man in His Century” is a podcast series developed by Radio 100.7 in collaboration with the Centre for Contemporary and Digital History of Uni.lu. The portrait of the former Prime Minister of Luxembourg provides a fresh perspective on the history of Luxembourg and Europe. The sixth part of our series is about the Werner report and its pioneering role in the creation of the euro.
7. The end of the Werner era
08. Feb 2019 – 11:37
The seventh and final part of the podcast series “Pierre Werner, a Man in His Century” is about the steel crisis, the economic change and the last years of the Werner era.