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Music show: Mahalia, Ariana Grande & Willie Nelson

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Tramadol: Cameroon’s low-budget opioid crisis

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EU citizens’ consultations: Macron’s efforts to renew Europe

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Strengthening ties Down Under: The man charged with promoting Australia in France

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Jagland: ‘Would be disastrous if Russia pulls out of Council of Europe’

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Much ado about nothing? Actress Natalie Portman's boycott of 'Jewish Nobel awards' sparks backlash

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Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump: Strategic BFFs?

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'Badass': Accolades pour in for Southwest pilot who landed plane after engine failure

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Poverty remains a challenge for Paraguay as new president is elected

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How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12.15 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2010-03-18

Gay rights and writing

Today, we start our culture segment with the Perez Simon collection of great Spanish masters ‘From Greco to Dali’ which is taking place in Paris at the Jacquemart-André museum. Then, Augustin Trapenard talks about gay literature with two books: a book of memoirs by the American writer Edmund White ‘City Boy’ and a Chinese novel called ‘Scarlet Lips’ by Cui Zi’en.

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2018-04-23 culture

Music show: Mahalia, Ariana Grande & Willie Nelson

She's a rising star on the alternative RnB scene; 20-year-old British singer-songwriter Mahalia has racked up millions of YouTube views for her breakout single "Sober". Her brand...

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2018-04-20 culture

Total immersion: Klimt's luminous paintings come to life in new art space

It's the hallmark of the most evocative kind of paintings: depicting scenes or forms that are so enticing you want to climb right in. That's now possible here in Paris, where a...

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2018-04-19 culture

Sting and Shaggy on making musical magic together

It's a musical pairing that caught everyone by surprise. Dancehall fusion star Shaggy, aka Mr Luvah Luvah, has teamed up with the legendary former Police frontman Sting. Their...

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2018-04-18 culture

Film show: 'Nico, 1988', 'Escobar' and Amir Naderi retrospective

Trine Dyrholm carries off a high-wire act of ventriloquism in "Nico, 1988" as she reproduces the unforgettable voice of the singer best known for her collaborations with the...

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2018-04-17 culture

Pushing fashion history forward: Miren Arzalluz at the Palais Galliera

Paris's Palais Galliera museum is home to one of the most important fashion archives in Europe, boasting hundreds of thousands of artefacts which tell the story of what we wore...

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