Caroline Bishop discovers a strange amphibian display in a sleepy Swiss town.
Opened 40 years ago at the height of the Cold War, the Sonnenberg bunker in Lucerne was one of the largest public fallout shelters in the world and is still operational today.
Since Kayleigh Mackenzie started a catering business in the Alps she has been changing perceptions of British food with her vibrant, varied cuisine, as Caroline Bishop discovers.
Following in the footsteps of 19th century pioneers, Caroline Bishop hikes in Switzerland’s Jungfrau region and stays in Europe’s oldest mountain hote
Caroline Bishop braves the Canadian bears for a challenging climb with an incredible reward.
With around 140 new microbreweries launched in the last two years alone, Switzerland now has more craft beer brewers than ever before.
French playwright Florian Zeller, who has enjoyed three London stage hits in quick succession, tells Caroline Bishop about creating humour out of tragedy.
Writer Jonathan Lynn tells Caroline Bishop about his new play examining the love-hate relationship between these French military giants.
Caroline Bishop gets to grips with the newest winter sport to arrive in Gstaad.
News story written for TheLocal.ch in November 2015. The piece was picked up and quoted by media outlets around the world.