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Pension reform: are some jobs too hard to keep doing?

The government's proposal to raise the retirement age in France draws hundreds of thousands to the streets, but also hundreds of amendments from opposition parties. The government promises concessions, including extending the possibility for those who do difficult jobs of retiring early. The future of France's Prime minister may be threatened in a cabinet reshuffle - should François Fillon stay or should he go? And we'll also take you to Lille for the country's largest jumble sale.

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2016-07-08 2016 Olympics

Going for gold: French athletes train for Rio Olympics

This week we're looking ahead to the world's biggest sporting event, the Olympic Games. We take you on a tour of INSEP, France's elite training centre, to see how French athletes...

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2016-07-08 wine

Bordeaux, the French wine capital

This week, we head to Bordeaux, a city famous not just for its beauty but above all for its wines, which have been produced here for more than ten centuries. Bordeaux is now home...

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2016-06-24 tourism

A certified 'palace': How hotels strive for excellence

In this edition we look at France's hotel industry, specifically at the top end of the market here in Paris. During the past decade, the arrival of a number of new hotels has...

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2016-06-17 Islam

The challenges faced by Muslims in France

This edition comes to you from the Grand Mosque of Paris, where we're discussing Islam in France. This as millions of Muslims across the globe observe Ramadan and around five...

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2016-06-10 gastronomy

Food for thought: How eating habits are changing

This week's edition is brought to you from Rungis – the world’s largest wholesale market. Located on the outskirts of Paris, Rungis supplies restaurants, shops and institutions,...

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