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In this edition, Augustin Trapenard celebrates adolescents as heroes in American literature : 'Lowboy’ by John Wray and ‘Mathilda Savitch’ by Victor Lodato. Then, we will go to Bale for an exhibition about the telephone.
In this edition, Director of the Heritage and Collections Department at the Quai Branly Museum, Yves Le Fur is our guest for our special culture show about French Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss. A look back at his impressive career.
In this edition, a look back at the life of French anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss who has died at 100. And our fashion reporter Jessica Michault talks about e-commerce. Can retails stores survive if they aren't selling online?
In this edition, British singer Ed Laurie is our guest for his new album 'Small Boat, Big Sea'. His song 'Albert' is inspired by author Albert Camus. And let's have a look at the International Festival of African Fashion.
In this edition, the International Festival of African fashion promotes African cultures. And Amobe Mevegue takes us to Mali with the new album of Amadou and Mariam and makes us discover the phenomenal australian music of Gurrumul Yunupingu.