The Treaty of London of 19 April 1839 meant the definitive international recognition of Belgium's independence.
The proximity, shared language and history make it easy for Dutch artists to find their way to Belgium.
A new and younger generation in Belgian music is taking over the torch from the established order.
At the beginning of September 1944, 75 years ago, the first allied forces entered Belgium to liberate the country from the German occupier.
Derek Blyth points out a unique Belgian phenomenon, the trade in paper beach flowers.
The United States of Belgium tells the story of the First Belgian Revolution before the creation of a language barrier between French and Dutch.
One hundred years ago, the treaty that would finally end World War I was signed in Versailles. A frustrating experience for war-battered Belgium.
A young, progressive generation is genuinely interested in Belgium’s colonial past, mainly because they realise that the origin of today’s racism can often be found in this period.