Samuel Stutz is TVDoc and more
Bernd Lagemann has practised as GP, now he also participates in a TV series of the German Sat1 called “Klinik am Südring!” Continue reading Bernd Lagemann
In 2004 he participated in the Berlin Marathon and had done 28 marathons and 10 olympic triathlons until then. Continue reading Ludwig Weh
Natalia Conde had been working in a TV series called “Das Alpeninternat” as well as in theatre productions and cinema films. Continue reading Natalia Conde
Christian Wenk was profesional cyclist when he had a severe accident with a cross section paralysis. Nevertheless he is national trainer for the Swiss handbiking team, plays piano and much more… Continue reading Christian Wenk
Simon Heiniger is GP in Olten/Switzerland and he likes cars – oldtimers. Thanks to his understanding wife he can reconstruct them…… Continue reading Simon Heiniger
Rothlin´s musical career began at school when she played the flute and performed regularly in church services and even solistically with orchestras. Then she studied singing with KS Helga Kosta at Thun, Barbara Fuchs at Zurich and Heidi Wölnerhanssen in Basel.
She performs often in church settings and concert halls.
The Psychiatrist from Emmental/CH had boredom after getting her second child and began writing – meanwhile this has become her challenge and she published her second criminal story with a swiss editor house.
Continue reading Esther Pauchard
Gottlieb Guntern can be described as CreativeDoc. After a 2-year post-graduate research phase in the USA he inserted the System Therapy in Europe and founded a psychiatry center which was integrated in a district hospital where he was chief doctor for 10 years.
He has written several books, is consulting personalities and companies about creative thinking and he published several CDs with balads from Wallis, his swiss cantone.
Karl Theodor Jaspers (German: [ˈjaspɐs]; 23 February 1883 – 26 February 1969) was a German-Swiss psychiatrist and philosopher who had a strong influence on modern theology, psychiatry, and philosophy. After being trained in and practicing psychiatry, Jaspers turned to philosophical inquiry and attempted to discover an innovative philosophical system. He was often viewed as a major exponent of existentialism in Germany, though he did not accept this label. Continue reading Karl Jaspers
The highlights of Hans and Marlis Suter’s extensive collection of 20th century Swiss art are the paintings, drawings, graphics and plastics by artists from the Bern area with an emphasis on Thun and the area of Lake Thun. The Collection is beautifully displayed in an old Patrician House in magnificent surroundings. In addition there are two rooms exhibiting delicate embroidery by Else Ruckli Stoecklin from the Bern Ruckli Foundation. Continue reading Hans Suter
Philipp Rösler, GOM (born 24 February 1973) is a German politician who was the Federal Minister of Economics and Technology and Vice Chancellor of Germany from 2011 to 2013. He was also Chairman of the liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP) from 2011 to 2013. Following the 2013 federal election in which the FDP left the Bundestag, Rösler announced his resignation from the chairmanship. Born in Vietnam, Rösler was the first cabinet minister of Asian background in Germany. Now he is in the board of the World Economic Forum Switzerland. Continue reading Philipp Rösler
They are practising in a doctors office for travel medicine and they are doing the very best to convince the patients by travelling all around the globe to collect their own experiences. Continue reading Danielle Gyurech & Julian Schilling
In the North of Switzerland near Solothurn is the village Nennigkofen, where the General Practitioner makes his leisure rounds with his horse pulling his carriage. That looks like fun! Continue reading Josef Wyser
Joachim Son-Forget is professional harpsichord player and coming up in politics as well….
He works as radiologist at the university Hospital Lausanne/Switzerland. Continue reading Joachim Son-Forget
Here he is driving the truck of TruckDoc Markus Studer Continue reading Merten Garreis
He grows wine in the swiss cantone of Wallis. In the first years his brother joined him.
Dietmar Thumm had been driving the steam engine of the famous Rigi-Bahn (going up the Swiss mountain Rigi as “heater”. Continue reading Dietmar Thumm
In interviews he reported about his love for cooking and travelling.
The two docs play string quartett with a professional violinist and an engineer and perform in the area of Biel in Northern Switzerland. Continue reading Michel Anklin and Stefan Egloff
Lukas Fierz is writing for several Swiss magazines and published books, the newest is “Begegnungen mit dem Leibhaftigen” (encounter with the devil) where he tells stories from his life meeting “extreme people”. He has been in the Swiss Nationalrat for some years. Continue reading Lukas Fierz
He collects “ArtBrut”, pictures of psychic ill patients since his days as medical student. He got interested when he was in Heidelberg/Germany and saw the famous Prinzhorn collection Continue reading Gerhard Dammann
His main work is personality development, crisis management and coaching, accompanying relatives of dying people. Since 1991 he is working as yoga teacher in the yoga schools St. Gallen, Zürich and Ponte Tresa in Switzerland. Continue reading Rolf Victor Heim