Don't miss

Replay


LATEST SHOWS

IN THE PAPERS

Shimon Peres’ Quixotic battle for Israeli-Palestinian peace

Read more

IN THE PAPERS

Sarkozy's friends, ongoing cases, bothers

Read more

BUSINESS DAILY

Can oil producers agree to cut supply?

Read more

THE INTERVIEW

Women terrorists are 'probably the future', says ex-CIA agent

Read more

EYE ON AFRICA

Malian jihadist jailed for nine years for destroying ancient Timbuktu shrines

Read more

TALKING EUROPE

Juncker and Schulz debate the future of Europe

Read more

MEDIAWATCH

Hillary wins debate but Trump 'wins undecideds'

Read more

THE DEBATE

Who won? The impact of first Clinton-Trump debate (part 1)

Read more

THE DEBATE

Who won? The impact of first Clinton-Trump debate (part 2)

Read more

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.

ENCORE!

ENCORE!

Latest update : 2011-07-11

Paris hosts the Miami City Ballet

Edward Villella, founder and artistic director of the Miami City Ballet joins us in the studio. His company is currently enjoying a three week season at the Theatre du Châtelet in Paris.

In other news, the Opéra Garnier now boasts a restaurant. And culture on the beach; it's the fifth edition of the festival "Lire à la plage".

COMMENT(S)

Archives

2016-09-27 culture

Reality Hunger: David Shields does away with novelistic convention

If all art is theft - as Picasso said - then are writers just stealing scenes from reality? Author David Shields talks to us about his book "Reality Hunger", a literary collage...

Read more

2016-09-26 culture

Music show: Mykki Blanco, Van Morrison & The Weeknd’s duo with Daft Punk

France 24 music critic Mariam Saab takes Richelle Harrison Plesse through the week’s new releases; gender-fluid artist Mykki Blanco talks tattoos, flying the freak flag and...

Read more

2016-09-23 culture

Xavier Dolan: Wunderkind of Québecquois cinema

He's directed nine films, won dozens of awards and worked with some of the biggest names in French cinema and Xavier Dolan's not yet thirty years old. His latest film "It's only...

Read more

2016-09-22 culture

Giving 'The Girls' a voice: Emma Cline tackles cult leaders and communes

Début novelist Emma Cline sparked a bidding war at just 25 years old for her first book "The Girls". The story follows a young woman as she gets caught up in a cultish movement...

Read more

2016-09-21 culture

'Soy Nero': Fighting for the stars, stripes and a Green Card

Director Rafi Pitts talks to us about filming on the US-Mexico border for "Soy Nero". The film tackles the issue of the Green Card soldiers who enlist in the military in the hope...

Read more