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Under EU rules, asylum seekers may be uprooted a second time

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French: Much more than just the language of love

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Jared Kushner: From son-in-law to top Trump advisor

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Black Lives Matter: Using the arts to change the world

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US marijuana industry is smoking hot

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'Cheers to a great British future'?

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'Mister Disloyal': Did Valls just destroy France's Socialist Party?

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South Africa: Kathrada's funeral highlights divisions within ruling ANC party

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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 : 2014-03-27

Find out what side of the force you're on at the 'Star Wars Identities' exhibition

In today's show we take you on an identity quest! Who would you be if you were a character from Star Wars? A Jedi Knight? Or maybe an Ewok? Now you have the chance to find out. An exhibition at the Cité du Cinema on the outskirts of Paris takes you on an interactive journey into the world of George Lucas and his famous movie saga, allowing you to build your own Star Wars hero. We sent Clovis Casali along to find out which side of the force he's on.

Also on the show: he went from being just another pawn in the game of emigration and asylum seeking to check-mating the system. We take a look at the incredible story of the chess-playing prodigy Fahim Alam, as a book about his life is released.

Finally, we find out how a graphic novel depicting the vetoed resolutions, verbal ping-pong matches and diplomatic deadlock over the Syrian conflict is being received at the United Nations. 

By Jade BARKER

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2017-03-30 culture

Black Lives Matter: Using the arts to change the world

Legendary filmmaker Charles Burnett and award-winning children's author Jewell Parker Rhodes speak to Eve Jackson about reflecting the black experience through their works.

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2017-03-29 culture

Film show: 'Ghost in the Shell', 'The Confession' and Jean Rouch centenary

Does Scarlett Johansson's robot lack the human touch in "Ghost in the Shell?" Why is the pioneering French filmmaker Jean Rouch being honoured all over the world? Film critic...

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2017-03-28 culture

Karl Ove Knausgaard: The Master of the literary selfie

What writer becomes a sensation but also receives hate mail, death threats, provokes legal action and is disowned by members of his family? Karl Ove Knausgaard has revolutionised...

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2017-03-27 culture

Music show: Jamiroquai, Nelly Furtado & jazz singer China Moses

It's the return of the Space Cowboys: British future funksters Jamiroquai make their long-awaited comeback after a seven-year hiatus, hitting the road and releasing their new...

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2017-03-24 culture

Michael Fassbender is author Philip Kerr's pick to play Bernie Gunther

Lovers of literature flock in their tens of thousands to the "Livre Paris". Turning the page on its 37th edition, the annual Paris Book Fair brings readers, publishers and...

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