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Film show: The Netflix debate, 'Faces Places' and 'Marnie'

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Over 8,000 migrants rescued from Mediterranean in 48 hours

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Farewell to arms? Crucial step for Colombia peace process

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Angela Merkel softens resistance to gay marriage

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The Paris Book Fair: A success story

From graphic novels to poetry and cookbooks, there’s something to tickle everyone’s fancy at the Paris Book Fair. Perhaps that’s part of the fair’s recipe for success: the annual event attracts around 200,000 visitors across four days, from avid readers to industry insiders. In our special show from the fair, Jade Barker guides you through the stacks of books and thumbs through some of the highlights.

American author and master of the espionage genre, Robert Littell, lets us into some of his spy secrets, plus we take a look at the women behind the speech bubbles in the male-dominated comic book realm. Finally, we find out why books by foreign authors are becoming a luxury good in Argentina.
 

By Jade BARKER

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2017-06-28 culture

Film show: The Netflix debate, 'Faces Places' and 'Marnie'

The Netflix debate is rearing its head again as the super pig movie "Okja" becomes available to stream. Critic Lisa Nesselson also talks to Eve Jackson about the week’s other...

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2017-06-27 culture

Award-winning author Lionel Shriver: Trump 'stole my idea'

Award-winning American author and journalist Lionel Shriver (who's best known for her 2003 novel "We Need to Talk about Kevin") returns with her latest work "The Mandibles", a...

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2017-06-26 culture

Music show: Electro Deluxe, Paris Hip-Hop Festival and TLC's comeback

James and Thomas from Electro Deluxe drop by the studio to talk about their groove-filled fusion of funk, soul and jazz with an undeniable French touch.

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2017-06-23 culture

Colombia comes to France

After building bridges with South Korea, Croatia and Vietnam, France is now celebrating its friendship with Colombia with a year of artistic exchanges between the two countries....

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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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