A great discovery of 2022, the Bouge à Oreilles podcast will record the last episode of its first season and invites you to attend its live recording from the Musée des Arts et Métiers.
In terms of podcasts related to the most carbon-free travel possible, you have of course that of Automobile Propre held with a masterful hand by our national Eric Dupin who puts the biggest French players in the field in front of his microphone, alternating with members of the editorial staff.
But there is also another, launched in the middle of the year, which is well worth the detour (by carpooling if possible), it is, with Romain Salaas at the wheel, the excellent Earbud of So Good Radio, which is open to all forms of mobility, those of tomorrow, “those that decarbonize, pool, decelerate, those that they would be frugal also green and democratize”. A whole fascinating program in which we find pell-mell subjects such as retrofitting, the fight againstautosolismethe apology of slow travel or the highways of the future!
To end its first season in style, Bouge à Oreilles will be temporarily stationed at the Musée des Arts et Métiers, in Paris, for the recording of the last episode of the year and offers you the opportunity to attend it on Thursday December 8 from 12:45 p.m. at 1:45 p.m. by registering for free here.
It will address the question of forgotten, abandoned and eccentric devices through the prism of the museum’s collection and the research of the Paléo-Energie collective of Atelier 21, with guests, Lionel Dufaux, head of the museum’s collections, and Cédric Carles, designer and researcher. This will also give you the opportunity, if you wish, to visit the temporary exhibition “Driver’s license? » as well as the permanent collection.