Paris Saint Germain's victory celebrations turn sour as a riot kicks off on the streets of the capital. Next, France's unpopular president, François Hollande, puts pressure on his ministers by threatening a cabinet reshuffle. Finally, we discover slapstick comedy for kids: French TV film "The Jungle Bunch" is a hit in the United States.
One year after making his victory lap up the Champs-Élysées, we look at why François Hollande has become France's most unpopular president in five decades. Next, Arnaud Lagardère is on the defensive after his media conglomerate cuts its last ties with aerospace manufacturer EADS - questions remain over the potential of its remaining assets. Finally, we look at the controversy caused by French pop band Indochine's latest video clip.
This week we’re in Marseille, France’s second-largest city. To some, Marseille means dirty politics and gangland killings. To others, it represents seafood and football mania. This year, Marseille is proving it has got more tricks up its sleeve as it has been crowned European Capital of Culture.
The bill to allow same-sex marriage is passed by the French parliament, although the real debate seems far from over. Next, the French family held hostage in Cameroon returns to France and to a something of a normal life. Finally, we head to Marseille, where the trial of the men accused of selling faulty breast implants to hundreds of thousands of women has begun.
French ministers have revealed their net worth to the world. We break down who owns what and what it means for French politics. Next, while steelmaker Arcelor Mittal prepares to shut down its plant in Florange, we meet one of the union leaders who have been fighting to protect jobs. Finally, we take a look at Jacques Demy's enchanted world - a Paris exhibition is paying homage to the French filmmaker.