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Concerts Without Borders: Making classical music accessible

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UK car industry says draft Brexit deal is 'positive step'

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'Resignations, a coup and a day of hostility. But May fights on'

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Surveying the 'Brexsh*t'

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Pound plunges on Brexit uncertainty

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Brexit revolt: Can Theresa May weather the storm?

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Michelle Obama: From Chicago's south side to the White House

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France's love/hate relationship with Beaujolais nouveau

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David LaChapelle: 'Celebrity is replacing religion in these times of turmoil'

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Latest update : 2018-08-29

Film show: Selling sex meets burning down greenhouses

Film critic Lisa Nesselson speaks to Eve Jackson about the week’s film news, including a preview of the Venice Film Festival, the release of Lee Chang-dong’s "Burning" - dubbed a "masterpiece" at this year's Cannes Film Festival - and the award-winning French movie "Sauvage".

By Lisa NESSELSON , Eve JACKSON

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2018-11-15 ENCORE!

David LaChapelle: 'Celebrity is replacing religion in these times of turmoil'

David LaChapelle speaks to Eve Jackson about working with stars like Kim Kardashian, Michael Jackson and Miley Cyrus, the time he fired Madonna and how moving to a remote part of...

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2018-11-14 ENCORE!

Film show: On the red carpet for the world premiere of 'Fantastic Beasts 2'

Bulgarian filmmaker Milko Lazarov joins Eve Jackson in the studio to talk about his award-winning film "Aga" and the rest of the week’s film news, including the world premiere of...

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2018-11-13 ENCORE!

She's alive: Discovering Mary Shelley, 200 years after Frankenstein was published

She was a teenage girl whose first novel became a modern myth. This year marks 200 years since Mary Shelley's gothic masterpiece "Frankenstein" was first published. For the...

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2018-11-12 ENCORE!

Music show: Alex Hepburn, Vanessa Paradis and Smashing Pumpkins

Five years after her tremendously successful debut "Together Alone", Alex Hepburn is back with a new album, "If You Stay". She's gone back to the influences that made her want to...

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2018-11-09 ENCORE!

'The Harlem Hellfighters': The African Americans who fought in World War I

They may have lived in a segregated society in the US, but on the battlefield, they fought alongside their French peers. The 369th infantry regiment was made up of...

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