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The French protest again and some Viking warriors were women

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Kurdish independence referendum: What impact on the region?

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‘A Beggar's Holiday’ in the French capital

The French baritone David Serero tells us about playing the lead in Duke Ellington's musical. Also on the show: the reverberations of the Arab Spring on the big screen at the North African festival "Maghreb des Films" in Paris, and the orchestra that's taking Beethoven, Mozart and Schubert into the 21st century.

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2017-09-20 culture

Film show: 'It', 'Loveless', 'Nothing to Hide' and 'The Party'

Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s film releases, including "It", "Loveless", "The Party" and "Nothing to Hide".

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2017-09-19 culture

Elizabeth Strout: 'There’s something emotionally truthful about my characters'

Elizabeth Strout weaves deceptively simple stories of small-town America that explore human relationships and reveal universal truths. From the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Olive...

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2017-09-18 culture

Music show: Stacey Kent, Fergie and Van Morrison

Jazz fans are no stranger to Stacey Kent’s effortless, crystal-clear vocals. The multilingual jazz vocalist dropped by the studio to talk about her upcoming album "I Know I...

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2017-09-15 culture

Award-winning photography emerges from the ruins of Mosul

Perpignan’s "Visa Pour L'Image" festival has awarded its top prize to Laurent Van der Stock for his work documenting the battle for Mosul. The photojournalism festival was...

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2017-09-14 culture

'Redoubtable': The love life of revolutionary and influential French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard

The actress who plays Jean-Luc Godard’s wife, Stacy Martin, talks about the iconic director’s impact on the world of cinema. Also on the show, French filmmaker André Téchiné's...

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