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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.
 
Interested in France? Let us be your ears and eyes on the ground. Hosts Sarah Elzas and Alison Hird introduce you to the people who make France what it is, and who want to change it - to give you a fuller picture of this country at the heart of Europe. Spotlight on France is a podcast, in English, from Radio France International, out Thursdays.
 
Fahamu masuala kadha wa kadha kuhusu uchumi kama vile, namna ya kupambana na umaskini, mfumuko wa bei, kushamiri kwa matumizi ya dola na athari za kuyumba kwa uchumi wa dunia kwa nchi za Afrika. Mada hizi zinafanyiwa utafiti wa kina na zinazungumzwa kwa lugha rahisi inayoeleweka ili kukufanya uelewe na usichoke kusikiliza .
 
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With nine out of the 10 countries in the world most vulnerable to climate change coming from the continent, Africa faces a particularly stark existential threat. But in the race to make Africa’s development climate resistant, there is also determination, innovation and cooperation. Our team went to Ghana’s capital Accra where the African Developmen…
 
Sums, geometry, algorithms... many pupils groan at the very mention of mathematics. France's most recent education minister, Jean-Michel Blanquer, removed the often-unloved discipline from the common core teachings of French high schools in 2019. But with educators and economists ringing alarm bells about the importance of maths across multiple sec…
 
In this week's Talking France we'll look at what's new in France, which Frenchman is dominating all the headlines and why now is great time to head to Provence. And for our main topic of discussion we'll look at the climate crisis. How will it impact France, which regions will most affected and is President Emmanuel Macron really prepared to do wha…
 
We take you to discover some of France's most remarkable trees. In the village of Lucheux, in the northern Somme region, two triple-centenarian lime trees have intertwined over time to become one. They have even played a part in village history: for the past 300 years, they have shaped the future of married couples. Meanwhile, in the Seine-et-Marne…
 
Each week the NZ Herald's Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's the ultimate guide to what first home buyers need to know to improve their chance at getting on the property ladder. Hosted by Frances Cook. If you're a first home buyer, you need all the help you can get, and the good news is that you've just got acc…
 
In this edition, Elisabeth Borne is named as France's new prime minister, making her the second woman to hold the position. Also the Spanish Cabinet approves a draft law that grants women the right to take paid sick leave due to severe menstrual pain. Plus Annette Young meets Belgian photographer, Charlotte Abramow, whose work openly challenges the…
 
Does France's new female Prime Minister mark a victory for feminism? Marseille's creeks (Calanques), faced with degradation, limit visitors. The battle in 1643 that shifted influence in Europe from Spain to France. Elisabeth Borne, the second female prime minister in France's modern history, bears the official title of "premiere ministre" the femin…
 
As images of Ukraine's Azov fighters burning the Netherlands' flag circulate, a deep dive and reverse image search gave different results - and the video isn't even recent.Also, following the show's success guessing other major world events, some social media users are claiming The Simpsons "predicted" the Monkeypox outbreak, but all isn't as it se…
 
They are still staging funerals for the Buffalo massacre and already the news cycle has moved on to South Texas where using an assault rifle legally purchased the day after his 18th birthday, a teenager shot up an elementary school classroom. 19 children and two teachers killed.By FRANCE 24 English
 
This week's episode of Talking Europe takes a bird's-eye view of current events in Europe, with Luuk Van Middelaar, a Dutch historian and political theorist and a professor of EU law at Leiden University. Speaking to Armen Georgian, the historian addresses the EU's approach to the major crises of the past decade, as well as the Russian invasion of …
 
This week's episode of Talking Europe takes a bird's-eye view of current events in Europe, with Luuk Van Middelaar, a Dutch historian and political theorist and a professor of EU law at Leiden University. Speaking to Armen Georgian, the historian addresses the EU's approach to the major crises of the past decade, as well as the Russian invasion of …
 
Imagine using an EU-wide app to pay your bills, to access your local government services or to upload a medical file or a driving licence. You would log in with a unique, life-long ID number. To some, this might sound convenient – much like travelling smoothly across borders with a digital Covid-19 certificate. To others, it's the stuff of Orwellia…
 
On the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Canada's Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne has told FRANCE 24 that "all options are on the table" when it comes to sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. He also detailed the country’s burgeoning electric vehicle industry, and how it will help secure supply chains.…
 
On the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Canada's Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne has told FRANCE 24 that "all options are on the table" when it comes to sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. He also detailed the country’s burgeoning electric vehicle industry, and how it will help secure supply chains.…
 
The 2022 meeting of the World Economic Forum has come to a close, with the war in Ukraine dominating proceedings. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz delivered a blistering attack on Russian leader Vladimir Putin, accusing him of waging a war of "imperialism" in Ukraine and calling for Europe to end its dependence on Russian energy. FRANCE 24's Business …
 
Sums, geometry, algorithms... many pupils groan at the very mention of mathematics. France's most recent education minister, Jean-Michel Blanquer, removed the often-unloved discipline from the common core teachings of French high schools in 2019. But with educators and economists ringing alarm bells about the importance of maths across multiple sec…
 
After charming the Cannes jury with "Shoplifters" in 2018, Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda returns to the Croisette with "Broker", an elegant reflection on family, fate and life-changing decisions that's set in South Korea. Olivia Salazar-Winspear tells us about the tender tone of this latest film, which starts with the search for an adoptive f…
 
After charming the Cannes jury with "Shoplifters" in 2018, Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda returns to the Croisette with "Broker", an elegant reflection on family, fate and life-changing decisions that's set in South Korea. Olivia Salazar-Winspear tells us about the tender tone of this latest film, which starts with the search for an adoptive f…
 
As the war in Ukraine continues, one Parisian NGO is using art as a force for unity. The "Agency of Artists in Exile" is currently inundated with requests from both Ukraine and Russia. The agency is building bridges and collaborations between artists from both countries, all of whom are united in their opposition to Vladimir Putin's war. Our team r…
 
As the war in Ukraine continues, one Parisian NGO is using art as a force for unity. The "Agency of Artists in Exile" is currently inundated with requests from both Ukraine and Russia. The agency is building bridges and collaborations between artists from both countries, all of whom are united in their opposition to Vladimir Putin's war. Our team r…
 
Created on the island of Sicily in the mid-19th century, Cosa Nostra soon became one of the most powerful branches of the Italian mafia. In 1986, the Italian justice system launched a counter-offensive, with the Palermo prosecutor's office leading the charge. Judge Giovanni Falcone became a symbol of the fight against the mafia but on May 23, 1992,…
 
Created on the island of Sicily in the mid-19th century, Cosa Nostra soon became one of the most powerful branches of the Italian mafia. In 1986, the Italian justice system launched a counter-offensive, with the Palermo prosecutor's office leading the charge. Judge Giovanni Falcone became a symbol of the fight against the mafia but on May 23, 1992,…
 
Throughout history, Venetians have learned to live with high tides, known as acqua alta. But now, climate change is taking its toll on the ancient city, with flooding increasing in both frequency and intensity. Massive barriers, which temporarily separate the Venetian lagoon from the sea, have been designed to fend off the water. But they have also…
 
This year's ready-to-wear winter collections are all about love and seduction: the delicate balance between what's shown and what isn't. Vaquera has found inspiration in the iconic black latex jumpsuit worn by Maggie Cheung in the 1996 film "Irma Vep" directed by Olivier Assayas. Victor Weinsanto, meanwhile, showcases an extravagant corset-and-cape…
 
Two years of crises have changed almost everything we thought we knew about business and politics, including how they intersect. Supply chains have been turned upside down, while national economic interests have clashed with global partnerships. So is now the time for bigger and bolder spending, cooperation and innovation? Is this the beginning of …
 
Two years of crises have changed almost everything we thought we knew about business and politics, including how they intersect. Supply chains have been turned upside down, while national economic interests have clashed with global partnerships. So is now the time for bigger and bolder spending, cooperation and innovation? Is this the beginning of …
 
In this edition, Argentina may be a global leader in trans rights but the age expectancy for a trans person is only 40 years old. Our team on the ground report on the discrimination still being experienced by the community. Also how companies in Benin are seeking to improve conditions for their female employees, particularly for working mothers. Pl…
 
In this edition, Argentina may be a global leader in trans rights but the age expectancy for a trans person is only 40 years old. Our team on the ground report on the discrimination still being experienced by the community. Also how companies in Benin are seeking to improve conditions for their female employees, particularly for working mothers. Pl…
 
IN THE PRESS – Friday, May 27: We take a look at discussions in the papers over when and how the war in Ukraine will finally end. We also look at some scathing cartoons over inaction on gun control in the US. We then find out about the latest art scandal to hit France, which is worthy of a crime novel, according to French daily Libération. Finally,…
 
IN THE PRESS – Friday, May 27: We take a look at discussions in the papers over when and how the war in Ukraine will finally end. We also look at some scathing cartoons over inaction on gun control in the US. We then find out about the latest art scandal to hit France, which is worthy of a crime novel, according to French daily Libération. Finally,…
 
Pour écouter mes autres podcasts: www.chosesasavoir.com ------------------------------------------- Texte: Des chercheurs ont découvert des changements selon les saisons dans les microbes des intestins des ours bruns, qui les aident à faire face à l’hibernation. Traduction: Researchers have discovered seasonal changes in the gut microbes of brown b…
 
Police in the US town of Uvalde, Texas are facing questions over why it took an hour to neutralise the gunman who murdered 19 small children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School. The tragedy comes amid increasing calls for greater gun control measures. Among the demands of campaigners are a ban on assault weapon sales, as well as universal ba…
 
The ethnic minority Rohingya Muslims suffer severe persecution in Myanmar. Following a deadly crackdown by the Burmese army in 2017, some 740,000 Rohingya fled to neighbouring Bangladesh, where they were settled in the southern town of Cox’s Bazar. Five years on, the town is home to the world’s largest and most dangerous refugee camp, with frequent…
 
The ethnic minority Rohingya Muslims suffer severe persecution in Myanmar. Following a deadly crackdown by the Burmese army in 2017, some 740,000 Rohingya fled to neighbouring Bangladesh, where they were settled in the southern town of Cox’s Bazar. Five years on, the town is home to the world’s largest and most dangerous refugee camp, with frequent…
 
Skyrocketing energy and food prices driven by Russia's invasion of Ukraine risk sending the global economy into a recession, according to the president of the World Bank. We take a look at how economic growth has already slowed in Germany. Also, stock markets try to break out of bear market territory. Finally, US pop star Justin Timberlake sells hi…
 
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