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The world this week - October 24 2014 (part 2)

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The world this week - October 24 2014

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Latest update : 2014-03-10

Zombie Zombie’s cinematic sound

They’re known for their fright-fest of slasher flick keys, alien electronics and cinematic sound. So perhaps it’s not surprising that French electric duo Zombie Zombie have recorded their first film soundtrack. But the movie "Bloody Beans" is not a horror flick, but rather an exploration of the Algerian War of Independence through the eyes of children. One half of the band, Cosmic Neman, joins Jade Barker in the studio to explain how they got involved in the project.

Also on the show, we take a look at the latest album releases, including new tunes from “Elbow” and “Metronomy”. Plus, you may recognise his voice but you might not know his face. We meet the man behind the hit songs “Wake Me Up” and “I Need a Dollar”, as Aloe Blacc releases his own solo album.

By Mark THOMPSON , Jade BARKER

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2014-10-24 culture

Paris rediscovers Picasso

The biggest collection of Picasso's work is once again back on show in his adopted home of France. The museum in Paris, dedicated to the most famous artist of the 20th century,...

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2014-10-23 culture

All the fun of the FIAC: Contemporary art fair rolls into town

Jennifer Flay, director of the FIAC, tells us why Paris is the best place to stage an art fair. We also hear from key players in the business about how the market's going global...

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2014-10-22 culture

Encore's Film Show: Brad Pitt's 'Fury' and Woody Allen's Magic

Film critic Ben Croll speaks to Eve Jackson about the week's big cinema releases, including Brad Pitt's World War II tank drama "Fury", Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight" and...

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2014-10-20 Soul

Tony Allen: Putting the 'beat' in Afrobeat

He's been described as "perhaps the best drummer to have lived" by Brian Eno. Tony Allen is the man who gave Fela Kuti his signature swing.

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2014-10-17 culture

Quincy Jones on Michael Jackson and his love of France

Producer and composer Quincy Jones is the legend of legends. He has 27 Grammy awards, which is more than anyone alive. As a child, he ran with gangsters; as a man, he recorded...

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