Gilbert and George target religious extremismThey're the best known duo in contemporary art. Gilbert and George have an anti-elitist approach, seeking to make "art for all" with a clear focus on their East Lond...
In The Papers
IN THE WORLD PAPERS
'Accidental Renaissance'INTERNATIONAL PAPERS - Thurs. 07.08.14: International papers continue to focus on the aftermath of the war between Israel and Hamas. Also, Vladimir Putin is back in the headlines a...
Google tip-off on child porn email sparks privacy debateIn this edition: a tip-off from Google leads to a child pornography arrest; the controversial "poor doors" segregating building entrances in London and New York; and a 30...
London's poorest being priced out of the capitalWe head to London, a city where council homes have long shared a postcode with millionaire mansions. But with benefit cuts and the average monthly rent at more than 1,000 pounds, m...
World Cup-inspired artIn this edition: outrage as anti-homeless spikes are spotted across London; World Cup-inspired artwork; and a French film-maker travels the globe with his football.
'Sleeping Fabius'France's Foreign Minister has been dubbed "Sleeping Fabius" after he was caught on camera snoozing on the job while in Algeria. Laurent Fabius insists that he sleeps...
'Friends of Syria' vow to boost aid to opposition rebelsWestern and Arab nations vowed to boost humanitarian aid and support for Syria's "moderate opposition" rebels at a Friends of Syria meeting in London on Thursday.
London Underground workers launch 48-hour strikeTrain workers on the London Underground, known as the "Tube", launched their second 48-hour strike this year on Monday in protest against job cuts and ticket office closu...
Marie-Nicole Lemieux, the charismatic Canadian contraltoToday’s guest has established herself as one of the finest contraltos singing on the classical music stage, performing with some of the world's best orchestras and operas. Mar...
Video: ‘Business as usual’ for Russian interests in LondonEuropean sanctions against Moscow could be a cause for concern for UK businesses who trade with Russia. FRANCE 24 dropped in on City traders and luxury shopkeepers to find out what...
London businesses fear impact of further Russia sanctionsEU leaders are meeting in Brussels later to discuss possible further sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Crimea. Broader measures could affect business ties between the EU and M...
China aims for steady economic growth in 2014Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says the government is aiming for economic growth of "about 7.5%" in 2014. Recent surveys have indicated that some sectors of the world's...