Don't miss

Replay


LATEST SHOWS

EYE ON AFRICA

Ghanaian President Mahama concedes defeat to opposition leader Afuko-Addo

Read more

MEDIAWATCH

Trump's TV Career Continues

Read more

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

President Park Impeached, Ghana's High Stakes Election (part 1)

Read more

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Aleppo Offensive, Renzi Resigns, Trump's Cards (part 2)

Read more

ENCORE!

South Korea: An inside look at the K-pop wave

Read more

#THE 51%

Diving back in: Offering support for French mothers returning to work

Read more

REPORTERS

Chaotic post-hurricane relief efforts in Haiti

Read more

PEOPLE & PROFIT

Cash crunch casualties: India's wedding industry suffers from currency changes

Read more

FOCUS

Ivory Coast faces uphill battle against counterfeit medicine

Read more

MEDIAWATCH

A fresh take on the news big and bizarre in the newspapers, on websites, blogs and social media. From Monday to Friday at 8.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2011-12-16

Insults and unflattering cartoons: the end of the Entente Cordiale?

MEDIAWATCH, Thurs. 15/12/2011: Mud slinging between Sarkozy and Cameron...AGAIN (although mainly in one direction), as well as a highly offensive depiction of the Brits on the front of Charlie Hebdo, might lead one to believe that official relations between France and Britain have hit a new low. This as well as reaction to the Chirac verdict in today's Mediawatch.

By James CREEDON

COMMENT(S)

Archives

2016-12-09 Donald Trump

Trump's TV Career Continues

Media Watch takes a look at reactions to Donald Trump's continuing TV career. The President-elect will remain in his role as Executive Producer on Celebrity Apprentice, while...

Read more

2016-12-08 Poland

Polish Christmas video goes viral

In the context of Brexit, a video depicting a Polish grandfather visiting family in London for Christmas has gone viral - we take a look. First though, Jérôme Cahuzac, the former...

Read more

2016-12-07 Edward Snowden

After latest Snowden leaks, is it time to use carrier pigeons?

Not even in-flight communications are safe from NSA snooping, according to the latest revelations by Edward Snowden published in 'Le Monde' and by 'The Intercept'. We take a look...

Read more

2016-12-06 Bernard Cazeneuve

Interior minister takes over as France's premier

Bernard Cazeneuve is stepping into Manuel Valls' shoes as French prime minister for the next five months until elections next May – we take a look at online reactions.

Read more

2016-12-05 French Presidential Elections 2017

Can Manuel Valls unite the left ahead of 2017?

The French prime minister today announced he will take part in Socialist Party primaries ahead of the presidential election next year. Many do not think Manuel Valls is in a...

Read more