Laurence de Cars: The Louvre’s first female president, Laurence des Cars, wants to remind people it offers much more than the Mona Lisa
The State Visit was planned as a gesture of friendship from Britain after the rocky road to Brexit. Both countries do pomp & ceremony well. Military bands and parades at the Arc de Triomphe
Wildfires are blazing across Europe and the temperature in France goes up and up — on the thermometer and in French politics.
Touch & Go? There’s still the “Third Round” legislative elections to renew the Assemblée Nationale, scheduled for 12 & 19 June.
no one wanted to call it what it is... a 'flashpoint' an 'impasse' a 'crisis.' And finally a war it is.
The 75th anniversary of D-Day: The beautiful coastline of Devon is packed with tourists every summer holiday season. In the spring of 1944 it was invaded by 30,000 American soldiers.
The Notre Dame fire: disaster, miracle, social injustice?
Join us as we discuss French feminism over the years, from first-wave suffrage to the gender pay gap.
Is the French language at risk? Join us as we investigate reports of so-called bad language in the Élysée.
Why does France rank so poorly for English language proficiency? Is linguistic inadequacy merely a cultural excuse?