Don't miss

Replay


LATEST SHOWS

FOCUS

Italy helps integrate asylum seekers through training schemes

Read more

ENCORE!

Film show: Berlinale, 'The Shape of Water' and 'I, Tonya'

Read more

ACCESS ASIA

Korea's divided families: Hopes for a reunion after decades apart

Read more

MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

Iranian singer Sepideh Jandaghi: The trapped voice

Read more

IN THE PRESS

Royal gatecrasher! Queen Elizabeth attends London Fashion Week

Read more

BUSINESS DAILY

Venezuela launches its own cryptocurrency

Read more

IN THE PRESS

The secrets of Jean-Marie Le Pen: Far-right party founder publishes tell-all

Read more

EYE ON AFRICA

Tens of thousands bid farewell to Morgan Tsvangirai

Read more

MEDIAWATCH

Afrin, 'a war without images'

Read more

YOU ARE HERE

From young apprentices to accomplished craftsmen, from farmers to Michelin-starred chefs... We meet the people who keep French heritage alive. Saturday at 7.20 am. Or you can catch it online from Friday.

Latest update : 2015-11-06

Le Corbusier, a visionary architect

Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris, better known as Le Corbusier, is one of the most famous architects of the 20th century. "You are here" takes you to discover two symbolic monuments of his work.

COMMENT(S)

Archives

2018-02-16 France

The Élysée palace, France's presidential powerhouse

Amid the bustling streets of Paris sits one very important building: 55, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, better known as the Élysée palace. It's been home to French presidents...

Read more

2018-02-08 France

Breeding the best: Normandy's racehorses

FRANCE 24 takes you to meet two brothers-in-law from France's Normandy region who are passionate about all things equestrian. Paul and Josselin have been breeding racehorses for...

Read more

2018-01-25 France

France's Jura mountains, a winter wonderland

FRANCE 24 takes you to discover the Haut Jura regional park in eastern France. The region is a paradise for skiers and winter sports fans. Animal lovers are not forgotten either,...

Read more

2018-01-26 France

The Via Domitia, France's southern highway in Roman times

The Via Domitia is a 600-kilometre-long route running through the south of France, linking the Pyrenees to the Alps. This masterpiece of engineering was built by the Romans some...

Read more

2018-01-18 France

The bookworms of France's National Library

France's National Library in Paris is a haven for both readers and researchers, who silently flick through its 14 million books. FRANCE 24 takes you behind the scenes to meet the...

Read more