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Art on the wire and online: Jean-Hubert Martin on curating in cyberspace

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Latest update : 2011-11-17

Ben Howard talks surfing and success

On today’s show we chat to Ben Howard, the laid-back anti-pop star whose music is causing a stir in the UK. He serenades us live in the studio. Also on the programme, a new play shows us both sides of the late visionary Steve Jobs. Finally, we head to London for a look at Leonardo Da Vinci's work in what could be the greatest exhibition of the year.

Ben Howard on tour in France in 2012:

25/01 RENNES - L'UBU
26/01 NANTES - STEREOLUX          
27/01 LA ROCHELLE - LA SIRENE
28/01 BIARRITZ – L’ATABAL
30/01 PARIS - LA CIGALE
01/02 STRASBOURG - LAITERIE
02/02 TOURCOING - LE GRAND MIX
03/02 ROUEN - LE 106
04/02 ALENCON - LA LUCIOLE
07/02 LYON – NINKASI KAO
08/02 BORDEAUX - BARBEY
09/02 TOULOUSE - BIKINI
10/02 MARSEILLE - ESPACE JULIEN

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2017-01-17 culture

Art on the wire and online: Jean-Hubert Martin on curating in cyberspace

Taking art from gallery walls to the endless expanse of the internet: online platform Collectionair offers virtual exhibitions, with the help of curators like Jean-Hubert Martin.

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2017-01-13 culture

Posy Simmonds: 'French women have good handbags, English women have udders'

She's known for sending up the country set, London literary types and everyone in between: no British stereotype escapes the satirical pen of Posy Simmonds.

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2017-01-16 culture

Music producer Uppermost: From the courthouse to the club

Law student turned electronic music sensation Uppermost has remixed Daft Punk, Rihanna and Adele. The French-Iranian producer takes us back to where it all started on his new...

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2017-01-10 culture

Lauren Groff: Fates, Furies and finding inspiration in France

Barack Obama named "Fates and Furies" his book of the year in 2015, much to the delight of its author Lauren Groff. The novel follows a couple, Mathilde and Lotto, from love at...

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2017-01-12 culture

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone strive to make it in 'La La Land'

Director Damien Chazelle's tribute to the golden age of Hollywood recounts the trials and tribulations of making it in Tinseltown today, all to a toe-tapping soundtrack. FRANCE...

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