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David Nicholls talks love, fate, and getting older

A million copies sold, it's been translated into 30 languages and the film is out later this year - the author David Nicholls joins us to talk about the success of his book 'One Day'.The secret behind Leonardo da Vinici's Mona Lisa - could it be that she was in fact a he? Perhaps that's the reason behind that smile.


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2014-07-21 music

Clapton pays hommage to 'Cocaine' songwriter J.J. Cale

Eric Clapton called him "his inspiration" : guitarist and songwriter J.J. Cale died a year ago. Now, Clapton’s releasing a tribute album to get Cale’s music better known ; the...

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2014-07-18 art

Beyond the Paris limits : Suburban Art

Crossing Paris infamous ring-road, known as the Périphérique, is considered "daring" and "a hassle" by many, but as our reporter Jade Barker discovers, the suburbs have a...

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2014-07-17 music

Students Hip Hop their way into learning the English language

In the suburbs of Paris, professional musicians are testing an initiative called "1, 2, 3 Rap" – aiming to turn the often tedious process of learning a foreign language into a...

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2014-07-15 photography

Pinch me, I'm dreaming

Photographer Françoise Huguier is in the studio to transport us into the dream-like world of her new exhibit : a visual voyage across the globe, with pit stops in Indonesia, Mali...

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2014-07-14 music

Manchester's favourite miserabilist gets back on his political soapbox

In this week's music special we get the inside track on Morrissey's first album in five years. Music critic Mariam Saab tells us how the former Smiths front man has returned to...

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