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An Artist in Exile

He creates some of the most complex and provocative art in the Middle East, the Iranian artist RAMIN HAERIZADEH is in the studio. Also on the show; the budget black and white adapt of Shakespeare’s ‘Much ado about Nothing’ made by the blockbuster director Joss Whedon and the long lost Renoir bought for 5 euros at a flea market.

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2015-03-05 culture

Hugh Jackman on 'Chappie', mullets and kids

He's best known for playing Wolverine and for being voted one of the sexiest men in the world. The Australian actor has been in Paris to promote his new film, "Chappie". Hugh...

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2015-02-26 culture

How French women wash

There are plenty of questionable stereotypes about the French, especially when it comes to hygiene. Apparently, in the United States, some people truly believe deodorant is...

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2015-03-04 culture

Film Show: 'Citizen Four', 'The Circle' and 'Wolf Totem'

Our film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the films of the week, including the Edward Snowden documentary "Citizen Four", gay rights docudrama "The Circle" and...

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2015-03-03 culture

'Deep Down Dark': Telling the story of the 33 trapped Chilean miners

Five years ago, 33 men were buried in a collapsed mine in Chile. More than a billion people around the world watched as they were finally hauled to freedom after 69 days. The...

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2015-03-02 culture

Noel Gallagher, Bryce Dessner and ‘David Bowie is’ in Paris

Our critic Mark Thompson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s music news including former Oasis star Noel Gallagher’s second solo album, The National's Bryce Dessner’s Paris...

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