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How do artists and writers see the world? We take you to the crossroads where culture meets the news and engages with what's happening in our lives today. From Monday to Friday at 12:15pm Paris time.
 
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, Radio Deutsche-Welle, NHK Japan, and Radio Havana Cuba.
 
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Découvrez les parcours exceptionnels d’acteurs qui oeuvrent à la transformation de notre société pour la rendre meilleure. Enjeux sociaux, économiques, climatiques, technologiques… : inspirez-vous et passez à l’action pour devenir vous-même un Changemaker ! Ne manquez pas votre rendez-vous chaque début de mois en français, et en milieu de mois en anglais ! Un podcast par IÉSEG & IÉSEG Network * * * * * * * * * * * * Discover the remarkable stories and backgrounds of inspirational people work ...
 
This is a biblical exposition podcast, in which Clinton De France takes listeners on an educational journey through the Bible: book by book, chapter by chapter, and verse by verse. While there aren’t many podcasts like this – dedicated to working through every sentence, phrase, and word in the Bible – this podcast has some other unique features. It represents undenominational Christianity; an effort to draw out the earliest and purest beliefs and practices of the followers of Jesus Christ du ...
 
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Brocéliande is the largest forest in the western French region of Brittany. Although it covers more than 11,000 hectares, it's best known for being home to the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. With its landscape of moors and deep valleys, the forest is more than a place for rambling. It's a genuine open-air theatre; a magic…
 
To celebrate the FRANCE 24 culture show's 15th birthday, the programme has had a revamp. We have so many fond memories on the show, from interviews with Lady Gaga, Tom Cruise and Quincy Jones to live performances from Sting and serious discussions with Ai Weiwei, Xavier Dolan and Jean-Paul Gaultier. We invited all our culture critics to talk about …
 
The decision by the OPEC+ oil cartel to lower global production to 2 million barrels per day starting in November has prompted the US to dip into its Strategic Petroleum Reserve to dampen prices. An upcoming price cap on Russian oil could also add more inflationary pressure if Moscow decides to respond by cutting supply to participating countries. …
 
Actor Alec Baldwin and the producers of the Western movie "Rust" have reached a settlement in a wrongful-death lawsuit brought by the family of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who Baldwin shot dead during filming last year, the parties said on Wednesday.By NEWS WIRES
 
North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters Thursday after the United States redeployed an aircraft carrier near the Korean Peninsula in response to Pyongyang’s previous launch of a nuclear-capable missile over Japan.By FRANCE 24
 
In tonight's edition: Several cough and cold syrups made in India are subject to a product alert after the deaths of 66 children in The Gambia. The WHO alert warns the substances are toxic and is worried about global exposure. Also, anti-French and pro-Russian sentiment are present in Ouagadougou, days after a second coup this year. And Morocco iss…
 
The group of oil producers known as OPEC+ say they will slash their daily output by 2 million barrels per day because of uncertainty in the global outlook. The decision has been slammed by the US, which had been lobbying for Saudi Arabia and other producers to pump more oil. It's also seen as a political move that sees the cartel siding with Russia…
 
What happens when the people no longer believe their own leader? With a stroke of the pen, Vladimir Putin annexing Russian-held parts of Ukraine even as those territories shrink in real time. As the casualties mount and amid the blowback against mobilization, what will this Russian president do if he keeps losing on the battlefield? How does a corn…
 
A week after Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi urged artists to show support for protesters in Iran, French actress Juliette Binoche posted a video of herself and over 50 other French performers cutting off pieces of their hair in solidarity. Film critic Lisa Nesselson reminds us that French producers and distributors have been investing in Iranian …
 
Kyle Posey and Akash Anavarathan break down the 49ers win over the Rams, and dive into what the rest of their season looks like now that things have stabilized. This team has swag and was trolling Jalen Ramsey (1:24) Why this victory should be surprising (4:42) Nick Bosa just reminded everyone why he should be a DPoY candidate (6:04) Talanoa Hufang…
 
Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us more about the 33rd edition of the Dinard Film Festival, in which all three prizes went to the same movie: "Emily", a new take on Emily Brontë. But first, we look at a video of leading French actresses cutting their hair in a show of solidarity with Iranian women, who have been protesting over the death in custod…
 
In less than a decade, India's digital penetration has more than doubled to reach over 50 percent of its 1.3 billion residents. It's all part of PM Narendra Modi's ambitious plan to turn the country into a trillion-dollar digital economy. As a result, there has been a surge in social media influencers on Instagram and YouTube. India is also a leadi…
 
Three years into Lebanon's devastating financial collapse, some 80 percent of the population is now living below the poverty line. The situation is driving more and more people to risk their lives on the open seas. Last month, at least a hundred people drowned when a migrant boat capsized off the Syrian coast. Our correspondents met a family who lo…
 
IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, 05.10.2022: The British papers are looking at how PM Liz Truss is fighting for her political future. The press is also discussing how a public pay phone in Beijing became a political tool. In environmental news, Reuters tells us about the powers of worm spit to break down plastic. Finally, The Washington Post has a tea vs …
 
In tonight's edition: Days after the latest coup, Burkina Faso's new military leaders finally meet with a delegation from West African regional bloc ECOWAS at the airport in Ouagadougou, after anti-ECOWAS protesters gathered outside the designated conference venue. Also, Ukraine's foreign minister promises to send boats full of grain to Africa as h…
 
Just two weeks before going to trial, Elon Musk has agreed to follow through with his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter. The billionaire entrepreneur had tried to call off the takeover just days after announcing it in April. Twitter shares soared as the news was confirmed. Also in the show: confusion continues over the economic policies of UK Chancel…
 
The whole region knows the drill by now. Dateline Ouagadougou. If you are watching images of pro-junta demonstrators protesting the visit of West African mediators looking for rule-of-law guarantees from their new interlocutors after a coup, there's no need to reach for the remote control as this is not a re-run. The capital of Burkina Faso just ex…
 
His intricate, careful depictions of modern life have won him accolades in the US and the UK, as well as the Angoulême International Comics Festival Grand Prize in 2021. Chris Ware sits down with FRANCE 24 as his cartoons and graphic novels are displayed at the Pompidou Centre's public library in Paris. He tells us how a childhood absorbed in Charl…
 
The 534th of a series of weekly radio programmes created by :zoviet*france: First broadcast 1 October 2022 by Resonance 104.4 FM and CJMP 90.1 FM Thanks to the artists included here for their fine work. track list 00 :zoviet*france: - Intro 01 [unknown artist / SE Trains] - stb_bal 02 Greg Dallas & Jan Esbra - Shifting Current 03 Ensemble D'oscilla…
 
Marc, Emilien and Timothée are three French army veterans who were wounded in the Malian town of Gossi while taking part in France's Barkhane anti-jihadist operation. With help from their brothers-in-arms, they took on a challenge: a 170-kilometre, one-week hike around Mont Blanc. The trek, known as the "Tiger Raid", is a way for them to regain con…
 
The 49ers absolutely boat-raced the Rams on Monday Night Football. Find out how it happened, how it sounded on KNBR, and just how good this 49ers defense really is. We're brought to you, in part, by Homage. They have awesome stuff that you should buy: https://homage.sjv.io/MXY3q2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
IN THE PRESS – Tuesday, October 4: We bring you reactions from the illustrated press to ongoing protests in Iran after the death of a woman in custody of the morality police. Also, The New York Times looks at a damning report which has found systemic sexual and physical abuse in US women's soccer. The satirical paper The Onion files a very real leg…
 
Rob "Stats" Guerrera, Levin Black, and Akash Anavarathan react to the beat down that the 49ers put on the Rams on Monday Night Football! This defense just put the rest of the NFL on notice (:40) Is DeMeco Ryans the best coach the 49ers have? (6:23) Kyle Shanahan was too conservative yet again (8:45) Deebo Samuel owns the Rams (10:40) Changes in the…
 
Brazil's pollsters got it wrong, very wrong. Not only did far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro rob left-wing predecessor Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of a first-round knockout, he can also boast upset wins for key allies in gubernatorial and congressional races. Next up is the October 30 presidential run-off, where Lula still boasts a sizeable five-poin…
 
Leo Luna and Rob "Stats" Guerrera preview how the 49ers can take down the Rams and get their season back on track. Jimmy Garoppolo needs to step up this week (2:37) Will we see the hot hand at running back? (6:35) What do we want to see from Deebo Samuel? (8:26) The 49ers should pass on first downs more (10:16) What is the X-factor in the game toni…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, runaway inflation and climate change are all fuelling a global food security crisis. Gayle E. Smith is the Chief Executive Officer of the ONE Campaign, an NGO co-founded by the singer Bono. She spoke to FRANCE 24 about fighting extreme poverty in the world, particularly in the Horn of Africa. "There is a g…
 
Peter Harper began making music in his late 30s and has gone on to produce four records including his latest "Survive", which he is currently touring in France – a country which has shown him a lot of love. He popped by the FRANCE 24 studios to tell us about his future record and his craft as an artist. We also take a look at new music by Tamino, S…
 
Since a partial mobilisation was announced in Russia on September 21, some 260,000 Russians have fled their country to avoid being called up to fight in Ukraine, according to the Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta. But many had already gone into exile since the beginning of the conflict on February 24. Activists, artists, intellectuals and tech sector…
 
Off the coast of the French region of Brittany is a picturesque island for all those who want to disconnect. A 45-minute ferry ride separates the island of Belle-Île-en-Mer from the mainland, making it a world apart that attracts 100,000 visitors a year. Tourists also appreciate Belle-île's food, especially its fish. We take a closer look at the is…
 
Just ten days after presenting his controversial mini-budget, UK Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng has had to retract one of its key features. Those with annual incomes above £150,000 will not see their taxes cut in the end. The U-turn comes after days of market turmoil and political pressure. Also in the show: as Berlin seeks to wean itself off Russ…
 
This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about French Prime Minister Elizabeth Borne’s expectations for French businesses before the winter. There’s the Bonus Question and the “Listeners Corner” with Michael Fitzpatrick, Ollia’s “Happy Moment”, and “Music from Erwan”. All that, and the new quiz question, too, so click o…
 
Clémentine Granet est diplômée de l’IÉSEG en 2015. Après avoir occupé des postes d’acheteuse et de Business Developer chez Beauté Privée et Birchbox, Clémentine crée la marque Les Petits Prödiges en 2017 avec sa camarade de promotion Camille Brégeaut. La philosophie de la marque : revenir à l’essentiel, simplifier la routine beauté et la rendre plu…
 
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