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An art wonderland: A burnt-out piano, a bed in a box and a giant magic mushroom

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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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2014-08-28 Greece

An art wonderland: A burnt-out piano, a bed in a box and a giant magic mushroom

For the first time, the famous Sèvres ceramic museum just outside Paris has opened up its gardens for a monumental exhibition. "Sevres Outdoors" brings together the works of...

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2014-08-27 cinema

Kristen Stewart and Juliette Binoche star in 'Clouds of Sils Maria'

In our weekly film show, our critic Lisa Nesselson talks about two movies that have got French people's hearts racing: "Clouds of Sils Maria" and "Party Girl".

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2014-08-26 culture

France's Ongoing Literary Love Affair

Whether you think they’re literary snobs, book geeks or just avid readers, the French pride themselves on their literature. In today’s show Eve Jackson is joined by American...

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2014-08-25 celebrity

The French Maestro of Soul

He's been making musical headlines since his he burst onto the soul scene with his 2010 debut album, selling almost half a million copies and winning accolades. Ben L’Oncle Soul...

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2014-08-22 music

Not the last tango in Paris

Paris may be known for its romance, fashion and art but it's also the European capital of tango. This weekend the city is experiencing a tango takeover with thousands expected...

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