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Nepal earthquake on social media

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The Race to Save Lives in Nepal: World Ramps up Efforts to Provide Emergency Aid (part 2)

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Dermot Seymour’s magical realist take on the Troubles

For many people Northern Ireland is synonymous with sectarian violence and bloodshed. For Belfast-born artist Dermot Seymour, his childhood memories at least, are of the countryside and cows.These two realities meet in his artworks: vivid paintings that combine farmyard animals with Orangemen and surveillance helicopters.

Also on the show: impressionist painter Berthe Morisot, admired by Manet, but overlooked for being a woman.
And our London reporters meet the male dancers proving that ballet for boys is about more than just men in tights.

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2015-04-27 music

Music show: Blur, Martin Gore and Moriarty

Music journalist Mariam Saab speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s releases, including Blur's "The Magic Whip", Moriarty’s "Epitaph" and Martin Gore’s "MG".

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2015-04-24 Armenian genocide

Armenia, 100 years on

A hundred years after a million and a half Armenians were massacred, Encore is in Armenia to discover what life is like now. In our special programme we speak to the artists,...

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2015-04-23 US cinema

Michael Douglas on playing villains, beating cancer

Michael Douglas talks to FRANCE 24 about playing the villain again in his new film "Beyond the Reach", working with French director Jean-Baptiste Leonetti and coming back from...

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2015-04-22 Germany

'Labyrinth of Lies': Determined Germans take WWII criminals to task

Giulio Ricciarelli's directorial debut, "Labyrinth of Lies", examines the conspiracies of extremely prominent German institutions and government branches to cover up the Nazi...

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2015-04-21 culture

Caitlin Doughty invites us to 'Ask a Mortician'

Caitlin Doughty has written about her experience as a mortician, in all its gory - and sometimes glorious - detail. From tribal burial rites to make-up tips for corpses, she...

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