For any avid reader, visiting a city or a country through a book is sometimes the best way to travel. From the comfort of your favorite chair, you can walk the streets your favorite characters walked, dwell in the same places they’ve been, get to
This weekend we had demonstrations a plenty and an attack that happened at the Orly airport. So Boris and Sam get together to talk about it hours after it happened and try to determine if it was terrorism or not. It is very much an
This time we're addressing the very pressing and important issue of the currently ongoing protests/riots in Paris. While it may seem that we're underplaying the importance of the given events we are fully aware of it - it needs to be said.
Boris, Sam and Yvonne come across a Parisian book club with a considerable traditional and an equally respectable membership - therefore they decide to make it a topic of this week's podcast. How do these ex-pat book clubs look like and function in Paris ?
Cover photo taken from New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/03/fashion/in-paris-revisiting-the-80s-in-photography.html - “The Cost of Living — Punk with her Mother,” 1986, by Martin Parr, in the Pompidou Center’s exhibition. Credit Martin Parr/Magnum Photos, via Centre Pompidou, Dist. RMN-GP
With the disco and the pioneering electro era
Cover photo credits Robert Doisneau/Rapho
After the swingin' sixties, the seventies have arrived - a very interesting decade in its own right, even if it was not as complex. In the seventies, ideas and notions that were announced in the sixties came into fruition and
So with a couple of months after the exhibition has been opened (we can't always be the first in line to offer an exclusive, all those youtube videos are not going to watch themselves), we've been to the Orsay museum to check this one out.
So, usually we do a single podcast per week, but this week we stumbled upon a group of street artists that we found interesting so we did a surprise interview with them. Being ever anal and not setting too far of our agenda, we decided
Our new weekly podcast is out! Instead of doing a single one as we are used to, today we have a double-whammy. First one is this - Sam's ever wandering eye caught a glimpse of the group of street artists working on a wall in
The 13th November is upon us so Boris and Sam reunite to talk about the event that profoundly scared the capital of France. How does it all look like one year after the event, how did it feel to be in Paris during and after