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Equality in the land of 'liberté, égalité, fraternité'

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Harnessing female economic power

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Wine, Women and Food

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Clothes Maketh the Woman

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Are toys really us?

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Made in Bangladesh: The labour rights' advocate who took on the garment industry

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The director Michael Mann turns his focus on Libya at the Venice Film Festival. Also on the show a two year photography study reveals the South African camp where you're taught to be racist and Lawrence Arabia aka James Milne visited us to talk about his third album.

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2014-05-27 contemporary art

Pharrell the feminist?

He’s already a Grammy award-winning producer, singer, fashion designer and global super star. Now Pharrell Williams is branching out into contemporary art, curating an exhibition...

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2015-09-01 culture

Stereophonics remember their roots on 'Keep the Village Alive'

Welsh rockers Stereophonics tell FRANCE 24 why they will always be a band from a small mining village at heart. FRANCE 24's music critic Mark Thompson caught up with them in...

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2015-08-31 culture

Music show: Rock en Seine, Maïa Vidal and a-ha

Musician Maïa Vidal joins music critic Richelle Harrison Plesse and Eve Jackson in the studio to talk about the week’s music news, including France's biggest rock festival, Rock...

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2015-08-27 culture

Has New Orleans got its groove back?

Music, food and hurricanes – they’re the things we know New Orleans best for. Ten years on from Hurricane Katrina, Eve Jackson visits the city to see how it has recovered. With...

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2015-08-27 culture

French director Audiard on his Cannes winner, 'Dheepan'

French director Jacques Audiard won the top prize at Cannes in May for his movie "Dheepan". Known internationally for "A Prophet" and "Rust and Bone", this is his seventh...

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