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Choreographer Akram Khan: 'The body speaks the truth'

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French fashion legend Pierre Cardin celebrates 70 years of design

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Is Boris Johnson Britain's most undiplomatic chief diplomat?

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Paris pollution: 'Tomorrow we stop breathing'

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New HIV vaccine under trial in South Africa

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Cameroon: Several killed in clashes with police in Anglophone region

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Jonathan Ames' risqué revelations

The gentle neurotic, Jonathan Ames, in the studio to talk about his new risqué book "The Double Life is Twice as Good." We also meet Europe’s up and coming stars at the Eurosonic festival in Holland, and visit the largest American art collection in the world, once again available for viewing at New York's Met.

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2016-12-09 culture

Choreographer Akram Khan: 'The body speaks the truth'

Choreographer and dancer Akram Khan tells tremendous stories without a word ever passing his lips. His performances "Desh, "Toro" and "Giselle" combine movement, visual art and...

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2016-12-08 culture

The Rolling Stones pay homage to the blues with new covers album

Veteran rockers The Rolling Stones tip their hats to the blues greats, releasing their first studio record in a decade, "Blue & Lonesome". Also, Italian artist and provocateur...

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2016-12-07 culture

Film show: 'Graduation', 'Go Home' & Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas turns 100

France 24 film critic Lisa Nesselson and Richelle Harrison Plesse cast an eye over some of the standout movies hitting French cinema screens this week. Acclaimed Romanian...

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2016-12-06 Culture

Jean-Michel Jarre: Breathing new life into 'Oxygène'

It’s been 40 years since his best-selling album "Oxygène" was released and sold 18 million copies around the world. Jean-Michel Jarre has now released "Oxygène 3" to mark the...

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2016-12-05 Culture

Music Show: Electro star Agoria stays 'Up All Night'

We meet Sébastien Devaud, the DJ, producer and beatmaker known as Agoria. His new EP "Up All Night" saw him working with visual artists as well as musicians; Agoria tells us why...

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