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Asaf Avidan's Gold Shadow

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UN Special Envoy to the Middle East: 'I leave the Gaza Strip in an even worse situation than before'

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How do artists and writers see the world? France 24 takes you beyond the headlines 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.

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Latest update : 2011-10-20

Tracing the history of television shows

From The Sopranos to Dr Who and Sex and the City, we all have our favourites. We talk TV series secrets with journalist and author Nils Ahl. Also, after once dismissing it as 'posh bingo', the author Julian Barnes wins one of the world's most prestigious literary prizes, the Man Booker. Our literary critic Augustin Trapenard joins us to discuss the prize. And did Vincent Van Gogh really kill himself? A new theory on the artist's death emerges.

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2015-03-31 culture

Asaf Avidan's Gold Shadow

Listening to his voice, you may think of a female singer from long ago. Billie Holiday, Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan are all in there, they add up to his original sound. Asaf...

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2015-03-30 culture

Jeanne Added on her classical pop-crossover

Singer-songwriter Jeanne Added is on set to talk us through her pop-classical crossover. Music critic Mariam Saab brings us a new release from Ringo Starr and a documentary...

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2015-03-27 culture

Sound Bites: Eating on tour with Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos

The lead singer of the British rock band Franz Ferdinand takes readers on a rock-and-roll culinary adventure around the world in his book "Sound Bites", which has just been...

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2015-03-26 culture

Carl Barat’s Glory Days

He's best known as a founding member - along with Pete Doherty - of the influential English band The Libertines, as well as the shorter-lived Dirty Pretty Things. Carl Barat...

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2015-03-25 culture

Film Show: 'Dear White People', 'All About Them' and 'All About Eve'

Our film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's film news, including "Dear White People", "All About Eve" and the French drama "All About Them" ("A trois on...

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