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In All Programs category on Library Channel you can find all English spoken and / or English subtitled programs. Programs appear in the order of release by default. You can also change the list to the most popular or alphabetical order.
Tip! Kirjastokaista contains all Finnish spoken and / or Finnish subtitled programs and Bibliotekskanalen all Swedish spoken and / or subtitled programs.

Librarian Mia Dimblad from Culture Department of Hässleholm, Sweden, tells about her project “Warning – read on!”. Read more: The Nordic-Baltic Library Meeting 2013 Filming: Panu Somerma Editing: Tuomas Lipponen […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Designing the future of the library” in Helsinki, Finland on September 26-27, 2016. This live streaming video includes a Pecha kucha -session […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21.-22. 2017. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Meri Kytö, Dr., […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Reshaping lives and libraries” in Helsinki, Finland. This live streaming video includes a Pecha Kucha presentation by Merete Lie, Head of Deichman’s […]

Banned books: 3rd December Librarian Juha Kortesluoma presents Mein Kampf (1925-1926) by Adolf Hitler. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 13.8.2012: Meet Tove Appelgren, a Finnish-Swedish author and theater director whose children’s books depict ordinary family life with a humorous twist. Read more: […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 13.8.2012: Meet Monika Fagerholm, award winning Finnish-Swedish author, whose works capture and present moments, moods and mysteries. Read more: FILI, Finnish Litterature Exchange Author: […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 14.8.2012: Meet Matti Rönkä, an author and TV-journalist, whose interesting and topical crime novels are in a league of their own.

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 14.8.2012: Meet Leena Lehtolainen, the bestselling female crime author in Finland. Crime respects no gender roles. Read more: FILI, Finnish Litterature Exchange Author: Leena […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 15.8.2012: Meet Johanna Sinisalo, award winning science fiction and fantasy writer – breaker of genre barriers. Read more: FILI, Finnish Litterature Exchange Author: Johanna […]

Meet Finnish Authors in IFLA 2012, Helsinki 15.8.2012: Meet Seita Parkkola, her intense and ambitious prose takes young readers into the vivid battle between good and evil. Read more: FILI, Finnish […]

Banned books: 13rd December John Birch from National Library of Scotland presents Maus (1972-1991) by Art Splegelman. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Designing the future of the library” in Helsinki, Finland on September 26-27, 2016. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Matti […]

Live-stream recording of IFLA 2012 session on 15th of August 2012. We excuse the changing sound levels in the first minutes of the broadcast. Sound will stabilize in about 4 […]

Has this ever happened to you? Library staff have an idea that they believe will really be helpful to the public, ‘if only we marketed it’ and ‘if only we […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21.-22. 2017. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Marie Østergård, Library […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21.-22. 2017. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Marian Morgan-Bindon, City […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21.-22. 2017. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Maria Ragnarsson, Head […]

Greetings from Maria Heijne, the director of Netherlands institute for public libraries, to Cycling for libraries -event 2013. More information: Cycling for libraries Video: Tuomas Lipponen Music: Cycling through Ikeburo […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE 2017 – People and Spaces” in Helsinki, Finland on September 21.-22. 2017. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Margareta Kull-Poutanen, Library […]

Live-stream recording from two-day conference “Designing today, Destination tomorrow – Libraries equipped to serve and innovate” in Helsinki, Finland on March 19-20, 2015. This live streaming video includes a presentation […]

This video is about Maastricht straatinterview. This video has been imported automatically to Library Channel (Kirjastokaista) from This Week In Libraries Vimeo channel. More information: This Week in Libraries in Wikipedia

Live-stream recording from the seminar “The Marrakesh Treaty in Action” in Helsinki, Finland on March 12, 2019. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Lotta Muurinen, Helsinki City Library, […]

Banned books: 11th December Jani Nieminen, author and librarian presents Lolita (1955) by Vladimir Nabokov. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to […]

Lemminkäinen is the young hero of Kalevala, a proud and courageous soldier. The different phases of Lemminkäinen’s story comprise an essential part of The Kalevala, the national epic of Finland.

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “Nordic Libraries Annual 2022”. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Lisbet Vestergaard, Project Manager, Danish Think Tank Libraries for the Future, “Children’s […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day conference “RESHAPE – Reshaping lives and libraries” in Helsinki, Finland. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Keynote Speaker, programmer, storyteller, illustrator Linda Liukas, […]

Live-stream recording from a two-day webinar “Nordic Libraries Annual: Towards Sustainable Futures” on 5th to 6th of November 2020. This live streaming video includes a presentation by Library Systems Manager […]

The story of the Library of Parliament is a part of the history of Finnish society. The library being open to everyone since 1913 is a good example of Finnish […]

Every day is Library Day – although the actual occasion is on the 19th of March. The Library is a strong influencer in Finnish society. Library Day is also a […]