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Broadway with a twist in Paris

Singin' in the Rain, The Band Wagon and almost 200 years of American musical theatre tradition have inspired our studio guest, Mark Tompkins. The American dancer, choreographer, and teacher tells Catherine Nicholson how forty years of living in France have added a European twist to the shows performed by his company, I.D.A Mark Tompkins.

After the Oscar nominations, we’re introducing you to one film that has got six nominations but is less well-known than other frontrunners: "Dallas Buyers’ Club", starring Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner and Jared Leto.

Also on the show, we meet the young Congolese actress Rachel Mwanza. Only a couple of years ago, she was abandoned and homeless on the streets of Kinshasa, accused of being a witch and facing brutal violence. We tell you how a chance meeting with a Canadian filmmaker propelled her into a film career, and acclaim at the Berlin and Tribeca film festivals.

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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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2014-08-21 World War II

From Paris's Liberation to 'arresting' art in Avignon

In this look at the week’s art news we start with an exhibition that remembers the story of how Paris was freed from the Nazis 70 years ago. Then we head to Avignon in the south...

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