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Du lundi au jeudi Charline Roux propose aux auditeurs qui se lèvent tôt, de faire un tour d’horizon de l’actualité musicale et le vendredi, Mathieu Conquet met en avant un morceau de la Play List de France Inter Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.
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When he was elected president of the Philippines in 2022, Ferdinand Marcos Jr vowed to legalise divorce. The Catholic nation is the only country in the world, along with the Vatican, to ban it. Yet two years on, legislation has still not been passed. That could happen by the end of next year, now that a bill has been tabled in parliament. The move …
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A top court in Namibia has ruled colonial-era laws banning same-sex relationships were unconstitutional, in a case brought by a local LGBTQ+ activist. Also in the programme, Kenyan protesters call for a national shutdown to oppose new tax hikes. We also visit Sierra Leone's capital Freetown, where a chimpanzee refuge is trying to save the threatene…
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It's a common and accepted trope that free trade has led to more prosperity. Yet free trade, and another word that often accompanies it – globalisation – are frequent targets of criticism, with both seen as eroding national sovereignty, taking away local jobs and harming the environment. Charles Pellegrin talks to James W.H. Denton, the secretary g…
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Our guest recently described the EU's action on cohesion – levelling up Europe's diverse regions – as "more than a policy: rather, a guiding principle to strengthen and unite Europe" in an op-ed. Elisa Ferreira has been the EU Commissioner in charge of Cohesion and Reforms since 2019. On Talking Europe, we discuss the outcome of the European electi…
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As the far-right National Rally party works hard to win votes from French women in this month's parliamentary elections, feminist groups accuse it of using women's rights in order to advance their agenda. To discuss what's at stake with women's rights in these French elections, Annette Young talks to Paris-based feminist journalist, Megan Clement. …
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FRANCE 24 TV critic Dheepthika Laurent brings us the latest from the world of television, starting with the passing of TV and film stalwart Donald Sutherland. We also look at highlights from the 63rd edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, where Morgan Freeman was honoured with a lifetime achievement award as he presented his latest project…
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In Japan, they are known as "children of mixed blood": those born after 1945 to an American GI and a Japanese woman and abandoned due to stigma. Eighty years after the end of World War II, we went to meet some of these orphans to understand more about their painful past.Von FRANCE 24 English
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At Euro 2024 in Germany, referees are souped up with data and artificial intelligence, players' bodies are scrutinised to within a square inch by a grid of cameras, and even the ball has been fitted with a special sensor. In this edition of Tech 24, Peter O'Brien explains why football tournaments are a playground for cutting-edge monitoring and sur…
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FRANCE 24 spoke to Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi on the sidelines of a global summit in Paris, during which $1 billion were pledged to increase the production of vaccines in Africa. Masisi discussed the importance of Africa producing its own vaccines and the need for considerable funding. He also reacted to the G7's decision that all diamo…
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Will India's democratic backsliding continue? Following recent elections which weakened Prime Minister Narendra Modi, FRANCE 24 discusses the latest foreign journalist forced to leave, as well as the prosecution of author Arundhati Roy, with author and professor Alpa Shah.Von FRANCE 24 English
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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durée : 00:04:58 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - Wild God, le 18e album de Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds sortira le 30 août, en partenariat avec France Inter. Pour patienter, le groupe continue de dévoiler quelques-uns des titres qui le composent, comme le nouveau single Frogs.Von France Inter
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Saturday, June 15, 2024: French history and politics professor Paul Smith joins Alison Sargent to talk through the sweeping political fallout from President Emmanuel Macron's surprise decision to call snap parliamentary elections following the far-right National Rally's surge in EU elections. We also look at the liberation of a French national who'…
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Poland's new pro-EU government has taken sweeping steps to reform the country's public media outlets. It claims the actions are necessary to restore press independence after eight years of populist rule. But the situation may be more complicated. Until a new independent press is created, the government is benefiting from favourable coverage, much l…
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A US Navy submarine has arrived in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in a show of force as a fleet of Russian warships gather for planned military exercises in the Caribbean. Ed Augustin reports from Havana. Jeffrey Hawn, researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science, tells FRANCE 24's Mark Owen that the small size of the Russian fleet inv…
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durée : 00:04:34 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - De la country au programme de cette chronique avec Orville Peck, mystérieux cowboy masqué et chanteur guitariste de country. De quoi pousser des Yihaaaa de joie et partir en cavalcade à l'écoute "Stampede Vol 1", son nouvel EP après deux albums.Von France Inter
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durée : 00:05:10 - Dans la playlist de France Inter - À l'automne dernier on faisait connaissance dans La Playlist Inter avec Yamê, jeune artiste franco camerounais du genre doué, on fait un petit point route sur l'album de l'artiste, "Elowi" et découverte du titre "Quête" en playlist de l'été sur France Inter.…
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durée : 01:28:06 - Les conférences de France Inter - Dans le cadre de la Semaine de la presse et des médias dans l'École, Radio France s'est associée avec le CLEMI (Centre pour l'éducation aux médias et à l'information) pour organiser deux journées au cours desquelles de nombreux élèves sont venus à la rencontre de nos journalistes.…
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durée : 00:39:08 - Les conférences de France Inter - Pour continuer cette série de podcasts autour de la parentalité, Ali Rebeihi vous propose un échange avec ses invités autour de la définition de l’éducation positive.Von France Inter
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