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How women are changing India

We look at the role of the fairer sex in the world's fastest-growing democracy as Eve Jackson talks to the curator and feminist writer, Urvashi Butalia, about a new Paris photography exhibition, "Women Changing India". Plus, we experience a different, modern view of the artist Edvard Munch at an exhibition at Paris' Pompidou centre. Finally, the quiet Beatle has never spoken so loudly in Martin Scorsese’s new documentary about George Harrison.

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2014-09-15 Apple

U2's Free Album Annoys Some Fans

In Encore's weekly music show we're talking about the "dramatic step forward in music distribution" as U2 release their new album for free on iTunes. We also have the round up of...

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2014-09-11 International festival of photojournalism

An Artist’s View of the Central African Republic

When sectarian violence thrust the Central African Republic into the spotlight last year, there were few journalists on the ground covering what was to become a massive...

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2014-09-12 culture

Richard Ford: From Mississippi to 'Canada'

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author speaks to Eve Jackson about being normal, destiny and how he never wanted to be a writer. Richard Ford is in Paris for the Festival America. His...

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2014-09-10 US cinema

Kristen Stewart stars as a Guantanamo guard and Helen Mirren as a French chef

In Encore’s weekly film review, France 24’s critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to us from the Deauville American Film Festival. She brings us all the highlights, including Kristen...

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2014-09-09 contemporary art

Gilbert and George target religious extremism

They're the best known duo in contemporary art. Gilbert and George have an anti-elitist approach, seeking to make "art for all" with a clear focus on their East London...

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