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Latest update : 2011-09-21

Quirky singer Nadéah goes solo

In today's show we find out if the ex-Nouvelle Vague singer Nadéah is as flamboyant, playful and theatrical as she seems. Also on the programme, a classical music festival in Bucharest that gives a nod to an earlier, grander era and the 'French Elvis' stages a reincarnation. The rock legend Johnny Hallyday stars in a slightly camp Tennessee Williams play in Paris.

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2015-04-23 US cinema

Michael Douglas on playing villains, beating cancer

Michael Douglas talks to FRANCE 24 about playing the villain again in his new film "Beyond the Reach", working with French director Jean-Baptiste Leonetti and coming back from...

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2015-04-22 Germany

'Labyrinth of Lies': Determined Germans take WWII criminals to task

Giulio Ricciarelli's directorial debut, "Labyrinth of Lies", examines the conspiracies of extremely prominent German institutions and government branches to cover up the Nazi...

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2015-04-21 culture

Caitlin Doughty invites us to 'Ask a Mortician'

Caitlin Doughty has written about her experience as a mortician, in all its gory - and sometimes glorious - detail. From tribal burial rites to make-up tips for corpses, she...

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2015-04-20 music

Emilie Gassin: Singer's pop charms woo French crowds

We meet the Australian singer who's charming the French with her fun pop music. Emilie Gassin is here to talk about her new album, "Curiosity". Also, Alabama Shakes' "Sound and...

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2015-04-17 culture

'Us': David Nicholls's tale of a marriage in crisis

He made thousands of us cry with his last book. "One Day" is among the biggest-selling British novels of recent times with five million copies sold. Since then he has written the...

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