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Reporters

FRANCE 24 English

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An in-depth report by our senior reporters and team of correspondents from around the world. Every Saturday at 10:10pm Paris time. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
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A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. France 24, NHK Japan, and Germany.
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Revisited

FRANCE 24 English

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We return to places which have been in the news – often a long time ago, sometimes recently – to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 10:10pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
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The 51%

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A program about women who are reshaping our world. Join us every Friday at 4:15pm Paris time and check out our Facebook page: FRANCE24.51percent.
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Talking Europe

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Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 7:15pm.
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Veteran host Francis Rose gives Federal government decision-makers news and information about management, workforce, IT, and acquisition, to help those leaders do their jobs better.
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People & Profit

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The business show that goes beyond the numbers and the corporate jargon! We break down major business stories and look at how they affect our lives. Friday at 8:15pm Paris time.
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Across Africa

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Join Georja Calvin-Smith for a round up of the week's cultural and current affairs stories from across the African continent: exclusive reports and analysis. Every Thursday at 3:45pm Paris time.
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Our panel of Paris-based journalists review the week's international news: the stories that made the headlines and also those you may have missed! Join us every Friday at 7:10pm Paris time.
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French connections

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A quirky, insider's guide to understanding France and the French, from the sublime to the ridiculous. Thursday at 1:45pm. And join us for French Connections Plus on the last Thursday of the month at 4:15pm.
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We bring you the top news story you need every morning, pulled right from our daily Fort Frances Daily Bulletin and Fort Frances Times. Wake up with our top story from the previous day's paper four days a week and find out what you've been missing. We'll also bring you upcoming community events so you never miss out on the things that you care about.
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UNCODED SESSION "Podcasts" by Uncoded Radio

UNCODED SESSION "Podcasts" by Uncoded Radio

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Uncoded Radio, is a radio station with the aim of bringing together all the actors of the Underground scene, to discover its origins abroad with a real musical culture, from Detroit to Berlin and the underground style of London. Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/fr/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.
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Professional Wrestlers Dakota France & Ray Waddell join producer Tyler Bruce to bring you the System Shoots Podcast! Waddell & France were a wrestling tag team, holding multiple championships on the independent wrestling scene.
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Wij bouwen een club. Een club waar iedereen kan meedoen aan het wielrennen. Van beginner tot professional. We hebben een Eerste Team en teams voor de leden van de club: weg, baan, eracing, granfondo en offroad.Het punt op de horizon is duidelijk. Als eerste professionele wielerclub aan de start staan van de Tour de France. Niet als wielerploeg maar als club! Dit is het ongefilterde verhaal achter de schermen.
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On May 24, a landslide devastated a whole village in one of the poorest regions of Papua New Guinea, a country north of Australia that's home to 10 million inhabitants. According to the UN, 670 people were killed but very few bodies have been found so far. A week after the disaster, our Asia correspondent Constantin Simon went to meet survivors – s…
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As French carmaker Citroën launches a new compact SUV, FRANCE 24 speaks to its CEO. Thierry Koskas, who has been at the helm of the Stellantis-owned brand since March 2023, tells us about competition on the European market, and how his firm didn't take into account any duties imposed on Chinese electric vehicles when developing its latest electric …
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In the end, the centre held. The far right's gains in this month's European elections, while historic, were not the continent-wide romp that some Europe-watchers had predicted. After the nail biting, the groups that set the agenda in the old European Parliament are not much different from those in the newly elected body. But nationalist conservativ…
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On May 24, a landslide devastated a whole village in one of the poorest regions of Papua New Guinea, a country north of Australia that's home to 10 million inhabitants. According to the UN, 670 people were killed but very few bodies have been found so far. A week after the disaster, our Asia correspondent Constantin Simon went to meet survivors – s…
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In this week's edition of Destination Paris, we focus on French star Léon Marchand, who dominated the French swimming trials to secure his place at the Paris Olympics. We also look at preparations for the opening ceremony on the River Seine. Plus, we bring you an excerpt from an exclusive FRANCE 24 interview with Olympic icon Tommie Smith. He refle…
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Jordan Whittaker returns to join Dakota, Ray, Kendra, & Bruce on an epic podcast! We talk about father's day, jumping out of trees, mount Rushmore, Jelly Roll in bed, why we are pissed off, Dakota's stupid phone habits, WWA shows, hunting, annoying, the viral video of the unconscious wrestler, wrestling training, and we answer all your questions!…
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This week's show features stories from NHK Japan, France 24, and Radio Havana Cuba.http://youthspeaksout.net/swr240621.mp3 (29:00) From FRANCE- The European Union passed the Nature Restoration Plan, a part of the European Green Deal- Each EU member will need to restore 20% of its land and sea ecosystems by 2030. On an edition of the program called …
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Candidates for France's snap elections have defended their economic plans before the employers' federation Medef, though business leaders remain sceptical about how their various spending plans will be funded. Meanwhile, the French think tank Institut Montaigne has put a price tag on different parties' key election promises, from the ruling Ensembl…
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Candidates for France's snap election have defended their economic plans at the employers' federation Medef, though business leaders remain sceptical about how their spending plans will be funded. Meanwhile, the French think tank Institut Montaigne has put a price tag on different parties' key election promises, from the ruling Renaissance party's …
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Candidates for France's snap elections have defended their economic plans before the employers' federation Medef, though business leaders remain sceptical about how their various spending plans will be funded. Meanwhile, the French think tank Institut Montaigne has put a price tag on different parties' key election promises, from the ruling Ensembl…
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"Down with the police, White people and fascists" is a placard that's going viral on French social media. It's said to have been seen during last weekend's mass nationwide demonstrations against the far-right National Rally party. Social media users quickly discredited the French left, calling it "racist". Meanwhile, a French politician has accused…
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In tonight's edition: Young Kenyans take to the streets, protesting tax plans to hike the cost of essential goods. Also, presidents and pharmaceutical bigwigs are in Paris for game-changing talks about what Africa needs to make its own vaccines. The global disparities in access revealed by the Covid-19 pandemic have not been forgotten. And to mark …
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French President Emmanuel Macron decided to take a punt by calling snap elections. Now will voters do the same? For all its insistence that it’s no longer far right, for all its reversals and reviews on issues like pension reform and support for Ukraine, the cornerstone of Marine Le Pen’s party remains identity politics and the notion of national p…
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French President Emmanuel Macron decided to take a punt by calling snap elections. Now will voters do the same? For all its insistence that it’s no longer far right, for all its reversals and reviews on issues like pension reform and support for Ukraine, the cornerstone of Marine Le Pen’s party remains identity politics and the notion of national p…
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When you think of Paris, you probably think of the Eiffel Tower, the Seine or the Mona Lisa. But there's so much more to the capital than its greatest hits. In this edition of French Connections Plus, Genie Godula and Florence Villeminot take you to some of Paris's lesser-known tourist attractions that are definitely worth a visit and fill you in o…
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When you think of Paris, you probably think of the Eiffel Tower, the Seine or the Mona Lisa. But there's so much more to the capital than its greatest hits. In this edition of French Connections Plus, Genie Godula and Florence Villeminot take you to some of Paris's lesser-known tourist attractions that are definitely worth a visit and fill you in o…
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She's becoming the voice of a generation: singer, comedian, podcaster, poet and actress. A self-proclaimed, self-obsessed millennial, Catherine Cohen puts the concerns of her peers to music in comedy clubs in New York City and beyond, saying the outrageous things we think but never say out loud. Her stand-up show "The Twist…? She's Gorgeous" won be…
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Representatives of major parties in the upcoming snap French legislative elections have pitched their economic plans at a meeting of France's top employers' federation, with the leftist New Popular Front coalition and the far-right National Rally delivering starkly different visions. FRANCE 24's Bryan Quinn takes a closer look.…
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June 20 marks World Refugee Day and this year's theme is solidarity with refugees. Our Perspective guest is someone who understands the plight of refugees only too well. Sally Hayden is an award-winning journalist and the author of "My Fourth Time, We Drowned: Seeking Refuge on the World’s Deadliest Migration Route". She spoke to us about the dire …
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A group of United Nations experts on Thursday warned arms manufacturers against taking part in the transfer of weapons to Israel, saying it could make them complicit in human rights abuses and violations of international law. The UN experts said on Thursday the risk to arms firms had increased since the International Court of Justice ordered Israel…
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The conflict in Sudan between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, which broke out on April 15, 2023, has caused the world’s largest humanitarian crisis and the displacement of over 9 million people. More than 650,000 of them have now fled to neighbouring South Sudan. These survivors have escaped atrocities, only to reach one of the …
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The conflict in Sudan between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, which broke out on April 15, 2023, has caused the world’s largest humanitarian crisis and the displacement of over 9 million people. More than 650,000 of them have now fled to neighbouring South Sudan. These survivors have escaped atrocities, only to reach one of the …
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PRESS REVIEW – Thursday, June 20: We look at reactions in the press after the brutal rape of a young Jewish girl in France and how it's become a hot-button political issue ahead of French legislative elections. Also: the Italian parliament votes in favour of a controversial regional authority bill that gives more powers to wealthy regions to manage…
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PRESS REVIEW – Thursday, June 20: We look at reactions in the press after the brutal rape of a young Jewish girl in France and how it's become a hot-button political issue ahead of French legislative elections. Also: the Italian parliament votes in favour of a controversial regional authority bill that gives more powers to wealthy regions to manage…
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You know you've got a reclusive regime when an outside world hungry for clues salivates at the prospect of a visit by Vladimir Putin. Putin is on his first visit to North Korea in 24 years. We ask our panel what they’ve parsed from reviews of honour guards, official communiqués and hagiographic state media coverage. More broadly, do these images pr…
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The European Commission has recommended disciplinary action against France, as well as Belgium, Italy, Hungary, Malta, Slovakia and Poland, for running excessive budget deficits. The EU's Maastricht treaty requires member states to keep public debt below 60 percent and deficits below 3 percent of GDP. Plus, Nvidia has overtaken Microsoft to become …
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Could fungi save the world? From restoring nature to mitigating plastic pollution and helping create a new sustainable fabric, mushrooms – along with their root system mycelium – have been hailed as a potential solution to some of the world's most pressing issues. FRANCE 24's Julia Sieger tells us more.…
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The town of Geel, in Belgium's Flanders region, is home to a surprising centuries-old tradition, where patients with mental health issues live with host families. It's said to date back to the 14th century, when the city attracted pilgrims praying to Dymphna, the local patron saint of mental illness – and locals began opening their doors to them. N…
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The Thrift Savings Plan is on a new glidepath. That path should help its members… that are investing for the long term. Kim Weaver, Director of External Affairs at the TSP, tells what the path is, and how it will work. The Central Intelligence Agency is building a chatbot to help its people verify open-source information quickly. The agency’s worki…
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Only a few dozen French nationals have gone down in history as Olympic champions. Pole vaulter Jean Galfione, judoka Emilie Andéol and swimmer Alain Bernard tell FRANCE 24 about the day that changed their lives. From their preparation, to their emotions during the competition, to their subsequent careers, this is the story of three gold medallists …
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Only a few dozen French nationals have gone down in history as Olympic champions. Pole vaulter Jean Galfione, judoka Emilie Andéol and swimmer Alain Bernard tell FRANCE 24 about the day that changed their lives. From their preparation, to their emotions during the competition, to their subsequent careers, this is the story of three gold medallists …
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PRESS REVIEW – Wednesday, June 19: Ahead of next week's legislative elections in France, President Emmanuel Macron finds himself short on allies, while there is still uncertainty over what will happen if no party wins an absolute majority in parliament. In other news, papers hail a major breakthrough in treatment for Parkinson's disease. Finally, t…
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