Marc Perelman interviews Jean-Claude Servan-Schreiber, Former Gaullist MP and Magazine Publisher; Olivier Todd, Writer and Journalist; and Carole Barjon, Senior Reporter, Le Nouvel Observateur Magazine.
Marc Perelman interviews Carole Barjon, a senior reporter with Le Nouvel Observateur, Philip Turle, a journalist with Radio France Internationale, René Moerland, the Paris correspondent of the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad and Bruno JEANBART, the director of polling with the Opinion Way institute.
Marc Perelman interviews Carole Barjon, a senior reporter with Le Nouvel Observateur; Philip Turle, a journalist with Radio France Internationale; René Moerland, the Paris correspondent of the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad; and Bruno Jeanbart, the director of polling with the Opinion Way institute.
He's the king of the 'come back kids'. Now former Premier Dominique de Villepin is preparing to take on long-time rival, Nicolas Sarkozy. On television and radio, comedian Stephan Guillon tests the adage that if both sides of the political spectrum hate you, you must be doing something right! And as Nicolas Sarkozy meets with Barack Obama in Washington this week. Another Frenchman is on the US President's radar: the unemployed computer whiz who hacked into his Twitter account.
With cameras snapping, Chirac and Villepin stepped out of a Paris restaurant after their first tete-a-tete in years. During the Clearstream trial which saw Villepin pitted against Nicolas Sarkozy, the former Prime Minister was not permitted to meet Jacques Chirac. THURSDAY, 25th FEBRUARY, 2010
Le Figaro reports on the embarrassing robbery of Kristina Chernovetska’s handbag during a brief trip to Paris. It appears that the decadent daughter of Kiev’s mayor had spent some €4.5m on jewelry on Paris’s chic Avenue Montaigne. Kiev City Hall denies she was in Paris at the time of the robbery.
As a trial opens to establish responsibility for the fatal crash of an Air France Concorde jet outside Paris ten years ago, we take a look back at the crown jewel of Franco-British engineering. Also in this edition: will the media exposure of a second 'Clearstream' trial help put the political career of former Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin back on track?