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In this edition, the latest exhibition in Halle Saint-Pierre in Paris presents the work of french artist Chomo who died ten years ago. And Frederic Martel talks about the influence of the media in Saudi Arabia.
In this edition, American author Jake Lamar is our guest for his fifth book 'The Ghosts of Saint-Michel' about a murder mystery in Paris. And, the first Fashion Week takes place in Pakistan to fight against Taliban.
In this edition, Rebecca Leffler talks about a new french film 'A l'Origine' which means 'In the Beginning' by Xavier Giannoli and based on a true story. And then we turn to Pakistan, where a very special event was taking place.
In this edition, British investigative journalist Tessa Mayes presented her documentary 'Starsuckers' about the celebrity which obsessed the media. Then, a concert by Sarah Brightman, the only women who performed at the Mayas pyramids of Mexico.
In this edition, let's start with the new film of Radu Mihaileanu "Le Concert". Then, Frederic Martel talks about the debate around the Goncourt laureate and the difficulty of using the French language.
In this edition, Danish author Jorn Riel is our guest, after an expedition to Eastern Greenland, he resumed his travel in ten books. Then, a documentary resurrects and explains the story of unfinished film 'Hell' by Henri-Georges Clouzot.
In this edition, American actress and film director Kasi Lemmons talks to us about 'The Autumn Stories', a project which gathers four American writers in Paris. And Cesaria Evora is back on stage for her new album.
In this edition, it is music day with Amobe Mevegue. Let's start with Cesaria Evora who is in Paris for her new album. And Paul McCartney, Yannick Noah and aboriginal singer Gurrumul Yunupingu are on stage to share their commitment.
In this edition, Israeli director Eytan Fox is our guest for his participation at 'the Forum des images’ dedicated to 'Tel Aviv- the Paradox'. And let's sing with the Soweto Gospel Choir at the chatelet theatre.
In this edition, Rebecca Leffler takes us for a ride across North America with the story of a couple in 'Away we go' by Sam Mendes. And, South Africa's Soweto Gospel Choir come back at the chatelet theatre in Paris.
In this edition, Augustin Trapenard celebrates adolescents as heroes in American literature : 'Lowboy’ by John Wray and ‘Mathilda Savitch’ by Victor Lodato. Then, we will go to Bale for an exhibition about the telephone.
In this edition, Director of the Heritage and Collections Department at the Quai Branly Museum, Yves Le Fur is our guest for our special culture show about French Anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss. A look back at his impressive career.