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The Bulletin radio show on Bruzz: 14 May
Monumental new tapestry on display in Brussels Cathedral
Australian artist Irene Barberis first got interested in the Book of Revelation in the 80s and was surprised to find out that "no females had worked with the full cycle of the Apocalypse and I wanted to fill the gap". She has been working for over ten years on this contemporary version of the Book of Revelation. See the tapestry of light in Brussels cathedral until 15 June.
Classic Album Sundays in Brussels
Classic Album Sundays started in London in 2010 and has grown to cities around the world including Brussels. The concept: get together in a pub, turn down the lights and enjoy a classic vinyl album from beginning to end. The next Brussels event celebrates the 20th anniversary of Radiohead's OK Computer, at Le Cercle des Voyageurs on 21 May. Organiser Gina Lapsley explains more.
The Great Get-Together
Brussels will commemorate the first anniversary of the death of British MP Jo Cox with the Great Get-Together, held in tandem with 19,000 similar events around the UK. Come along on Sunday 18 June for a picnic in Leopold park. Two of the organisers, Iona Hamilton and Jonathan Hill, were our guests in the studio to explain what's happening. Video to follow shortly...
Brussels has a TV show celebrating the city's diversity and the best places to visit and things to do. It's called Bruzz International and we caught up with its presenter, Meabh McMahon.