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Diana Krall: 'I find romance in everything'

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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.

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Henri Cartier-Bresson, the 'father of photojournalism'

Henri Cartier-Bresson, who is credited with inventing the art of street photography, created some of the 20th century's most resonant images. To mark ten years since his death, Paris' Pompidou Centre is showcasing an enormous selection of works from his seven-decade career. We take a look around the exhibition.

Catherine Nicholson gives us a guided tour of the blurred lines where video games meet films, art, and music videos. It's at an exhibition right here in Paris.

Also on the show: as the art market booms, we look at the Francis Bacon painting that’s just sold for over €50 million.

Meanwhile, we find out just what happened to renowned writer and cynic Michel Houellebecq when he disappeared briefly in 2011.

And we discover Madame Butterfly’s modern, stripped-back look at the latest production of Giacomo Puccini’s classic opera here in Paris, 110 years after it was composed.

By Catherine NICHOLSON

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2017-06-22 culture

Diana Krall: 'I find romance in everything'

The smoky-voiced pin-up girl of the jazz world speaks to Eve Jackson about her new album, "Turn Up The Quiet"; finding romance in everything and juggling music, motherhood and...

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2017-06-21 culture

Film show: Horror, Disney archives and a big bad fox

From the apocalyptic, psychological horror "It Comes at Night" to the Champs-Élysées film festival, critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s movie news.

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2017-06-20 culture

Grease director Randal Kleiser and Palme d'Or winner Jerry Schatzberg on the golden years of film

On the occasion of the Champs-Élysées film festival, two legendary directors join Eve Jackson in the studio. Randal Kleiser reminisces about directing the most successful movie...

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2017-06-19 culture

Singer Frank Carter on migrants, his daughter and new album 'Modern Ruin'

Fronting British hardcore punk for more than a decade, singer and tattoo artist Frank Carter left an indelible mark on the scene. After breaking out with Watford band "Gallows",...

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2017-06-16 culture

Nadine Sierra, the new face of opera

American soprano Nadine Sierra has been tipped as the new face of opera after stealing the spotlight at the world's top opera houses and in the pages of Vogue. At just 29, she's...

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