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"Canada's Coverage of the Ottawa Shootings Put American Cable News to Shame"

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Manuel Valls and the "art of putting one’s foot in one’s mouth"

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Daniele Balice, Co-founder of the gallery Balice Hertling

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Tunisia: Religious education claims bigger role in curriculum

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Budget tensions heat up in Brussels as EU leaders meet for second day

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Canada's jihadists: Country in shock after spate of attacks (part 2)

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Canada's jihadists: Country in shock after spate of attacks

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Burkina Faso: Government seeks referendum

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'Tanguera': love and death in Buenos Aires

In today’s culture show, the award-winning Argentinian musical "Tanguera" comes to Paris, and renowned tango dancer Junior Cervila joins us in the studio to discuss it. But first, a French festival brings puppets back into fashion. Finally, it's the end of their world as they know it - after three decades, legendary rock band REM calls it quits.

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2014-10-23 culture

All the fun of the FIAC: Contemporary art fair rolls into town

Jennifer Flay, director of the FIAC, tells us why Paris is the best place to stage an art fair. We also hear from key players in the business about how the market's going global...

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2014-10-22 culture

Encore's Film Show: Brad Pitt's 'Fury' and Woody Allen's Magic

Film critic Ben Croll speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's big cinema releases, including Brad Pitt's World War II tank drama "Fury", Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight" and...

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2014-10-20 Soul

Tony Allen: Putting the 'beat' in Afrobeat

He's been described as "perhaps the best drummer to have lived" by Brian Eno. Tony Allen is the man who gave Fela Kuti his signature swing.

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2014-10-17 culture

Quincy Jones on Michael Jackson and his love of France

Producer and composer Quincy Jones is the legend of legends. He has 27 Grammy awards, which is more than anyone alive. As a child, he ran with gangsters; as a man, he recorded...

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2014-10-16 culture

Lucinda Childs: The grande dame of American dance

She's a pioneer of post-modern movement and is credited for changing how we view dance. Lucinda Childs' production "Dance" was first seen over 30 years ago, but now it’s back on...

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