THE 51 PERCENT
Equality in the land of 'liberté, égalité, fraternité'This week we're focusing on France and speaking to the minister who's fighting to ensure equality in the land of "liberté, égalité, fraternité". Also on the sho...
THE 51 PERCENT
Colour me pinkThis week we meet the members of Code Pink, a group of American women activists who are taking a stand against war. Also, India is back in the headlines again after the gang-rape o...
Daily Life Under Dictatorship in BurmaChained men carrying heavy stones: this is just one of the images from the magnificent collection by Nic Dunlop. His new book "Brave New Burma" focuses on the struggles o...
A mythical kiss in the ruins of SyriaIt's the photo of the week: Syrian-born artist Tammam Hazzam has superimposed Gustav Klimt's iconic painting "The Kiss" on a bullet-ridden wall in Syria as a wa...
Photography in 100 masterpiecesCut-up walruses, black and white masterpieces and the manuscripts of Timbuktu are all on the menu of Virginie Herz’s photography segment.
What if men wore the veil?The Yemeni photographer, Boushra Almutawakel examines the world of gender and religion through her work. France 24’s culture critic Virginie Herz tells us more in today’s show.
A photographic Tour de FranceIn our photography review today, we focus on the art's golden age in Paris, refugees in Calais and a very special kind of tour around France.
Paris in the RainOur photography critic Virginie Herz speaks to photographer Christophe Jacrot about his new exhibition, "Paris in the Rain". We also take a look at the hidden world of Zi...
Paris: capital of art photographyVirginie Herz takes us around "Paris Photo", a huge art photography fair with 150 exhibitors from 22 countries. We discover nudes, David Lynch’s photo selection and pictu...
Egyptian democracy, under constructionA wave of freedom is sweeping across Egypt, but the country’s future remains uncertain. The Egyptian army has promised a return to civilian government, but its links to the former...
Tunisia after Ben AliAfter 23 years under Ben Ali’s rule, Tunisians begin to grapple with freedoms never dreamed of. Our reporters bring you the first few days of the new Tunisia.
Andrzej Wajda, Polish film directorPolish film director Andrzej Wajda, who directed the film "Katyn", talks to FRANCE24 about the massacre of 22,000 Poles by Soviet forces during World War II.