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How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12.15 pm Paris time.



Latest update : 2013-11-14

In a spin with B-Boy world champion Mounir Biba

We meet world B-Boy champion Mounir Biba as he prepares to defend his title in South Korea. He tells us why breakdancing isn’t just for Americans, and how he plans to become the first person ever to win two world championships in a row.

Also on the show: Ridley Scott’s "The Counselor" has an all-star cast and a leopard cameo, but can it convince Europe after floundering at the US box office? Also, author Stephen King is in Paris, revealing how he plans to make your skin crawl with his new novel “Doctor Sleep”.

Finally, we bring you news of the Francis Bacon painting that’s become most expensive artwork ever sold at auction; and sad times for street art fans in New York as the historic 5Pointz graffiti building is earmarked for demolition.

By Catherine NICHOLSON



2015-11-27 culture

Paris is a celebration: Hemingway’s memoir flies off the shelves

Ernest Hemingway said that if you are lucky enough to live in Paris as a young person then wherever you go, it stays with you because "Paris is a moveable feast". His memoir of...

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2015-11-26 culture

Helen Oyeyemi: Weaving modern fairytales into 1950s America

She wrote her first novel before she left school and secured a book deal as a teenager. Now Helen Oyeyemi’s fourth novel "Boy, Snow, Bird" takes in myth, magic and a...

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2015-11-25 culture

Film show: Terrorism on screen in France and beyond

Lisa Nesselson talks us through new release "Cowboys", a French thriller dealing with home-grown terrorism and a journey to distant frontiers. Also, real-life attacks in India...

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2015-11-24 culture

Generation YouTube: Troye Sivan chats music, movies and social media

At just twenty years old, almost four million people get a peek into his bedroom every week through his "vlogs" or video blogs. Now Troye Sivan has released his first album,...

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2015-11-23 culture

Music show: Eagles of Death Metal, Johnny Hallyday and Adele

The Eagles of Death Metal give their side of the story: the group was playing at the Bataclan when the concert hall was stormed by terrorists. Also, Johnny Hallyday takes to the...

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