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An even match …
20/09/2014 - The Sound Kitchen

An even match …

This week on The Sound Kitchen, you’ll hear the answer to the quiz about the France World Cup football match on 25 June.

Reconstitution of a Gallic village at  Pleumeur-Bodou, Brittany.
19/09/2014 - France - United Kingdom

French archaeologists find 2,000-year-old boomerang used by Gauls

The Gauls used boomerangs 2,000 years ago, according to archaeologists who have found a wooden curved stick on a beach in the northern French town of Cotentin.

France's historical monuments hold annual open days
19/09/2014 - On-the-spot France

France's historical monuments hold annual open days

The European Council adopted France's Heritage Days in 1991.
American literature festival takes place in Paris
16/09/2014 - On-the-spot France

American literature festival takes place in Paris

The Festival America, a literary festival bringing authors to France for discussions and exchange took place in Paris this weekend.
The Swiss may be great bankers … but are they great footballers?
13/09/2014 - The Sound Kitchen

The Swiss may be great bankers … but are they great footballers?

This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the quiz about the France-Switzerland World Cup football match.
Les couleurs de l'abstraction - Sonia Delaunay - Nu Jaune (1908)
09/09/2014 - France

Art exhibitions in Paris, September 2014-January 2015

The great Katsushika Hokusai brings the Japanese aesthetic to the Grand Palais, which he shares with noisy Niki de Saint Phalle in this season’s Paris art shows.
Nicodrum keeps Jamaica's beat alive
07/09/2014 - World music matters

Nicodrum keeps Jamaica's beat alive

French percussionist Nicodrum has spent near on two decades exploring rhythms like Burru and Nyabinghi which he masters to perfection on his debut album Back to Fundehchan.

The quiz is back!
06/09/2014 - The Sound Kitchen

The quiz is back!

This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the quiz about the election of Israel’s president.
The library in the Renzo Piano-designed Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé
05/09/2014 - Report: France

Pathé opens new cinema history centre in Paris

A new hub of cinema history opens this month in Paris, housed in a building designed by world-famous architect, Renzo Piano.
Cinema Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation opens in Paris
31/08/2014 - Culture in France

Cinema Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation opens in Paris

Paris is about to become home to a new research centre on cinema history, and a place where silent films top the bill.
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