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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.
 
Shirin yakan duba yadda kasuwanci da tattalin arizikin kasashen duniya ke ciki. Kana yakan ji sabbin dubaru da hanyoyin ci gaban tattalin arzikin na kasashen duniya. Tare da jin ta bakin 'Yan kasuwa da Masana’antu dangane da halin da suke ciki.
 
Confira aqui as análises, entrevistas e repercussões de notícias que você pode ouvir e baixar. As reportagens +RFI propõem a cobertura de eventos importantes no mundo inteiro feita pelos repórteres e correspondentes da Rádio França Internacional.
 
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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FRANCE 24 speaks to a director who previously won the top honour at Cannes, the Palme d’Or, for his film "The Square". Swedish filmmaker Ruben Oslund’s new dark comedy "Triangle of Sadness" is a satire of the super rich that questions what it is to be a man in today’s world. With Eve Jackson he talks about the crisis of the privileged white male, w…
 
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 France, coming out of the closet and living openly as a member of the LGBTI+ community can be a significant psychological, emotional and social challenge. Until just 40 years ago, it was also a legal one. In 1982, the age of consent was lowered from 21 to 18 for homosexuals in France, making it the same for everyone. This landmark law paved the …
 
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…
 
Recent visitors to France will no doubt have noticed the return of foreign tourists. Two years of Covid-19 took a heavy toll on what is otherwise a booming business and an important part of the French economy. Now things appear to be looking up again for the tourist industry. For decades, France has been the number one tourism destination in the wo…
 
A masterpiece of classical architecture, the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, located outside Paris, was the forerunner of Versailles. Contained within its walls are three and a half centuries of history. That legacy is now the responsibility of the three brothers who inherited it on the death of their father: Ascanio, Alexandre and Jean-Charles. The ch…
 
FRANCE 24 speaks to a director who previously won the top honour at Cannes, the Palme d’Or, for his film "The Square". Swedish filmmaker Ruben Oslund’s new dark comedy "Triangle of Sadness" is a satire of the super rich that questions what it is to be a man in today’s world. With Eve Jackson he talks about the crisis of the privileged white male, w…
 
Shirin Muhallinka Rayuwarka na wannan karon ya tattauna da masana da sauran masu ruwa da tsaki kan sha'anin noma da kiwo da kuma zaman lafiya akan yadda za a warware matsalar rikicin manoma da makiyaya da ya ki ci ya ki cinyewa a sassan Najeriya. Sai a latsa alamar sautin da ke sama domin sauraron shirin wanda Nasiru Sani ya gabatar.…
 
Risk-taking director Tarik Saleh and the stars of his film competing at Cannes, Fares Fares and Tawfeek Barhom, speak to Eve Jackson about their potentially explosive political spy thriller "Boy From Heaven". The Swedish-Egyptian filmmaker delves into the underbelly of modern Egypt and the Arab world at large. It’s a bold piece of work that poses q…
 
But what if this was hell? What else would hell look like, if not as an absence of all meaning? He suddenly felt like a condemned man, sentenced to live his disjointed life outside the bonds of family, purpose and love. However much his now husband might hurt from his jealousy and insecurity, at least he could feel human emotions. He lived a story,…
 
A rana mai kamar ta yau 21 ga watan Mayu na shekarar 2007, Faransa ta bude sashen hausa na RFI domin yada shirye-shiryen da harshen mafi girma a nahiyar Afrika, wanda a wannan rana ya cika shekaru 15 da kafuwa. A dangane da hakan ne kuma muka tsara shiri na musamman. Daga cikin batutuwan da za a saurara cikin shirin akwai tattaunawa da shugabannin …
 
This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about the Paris Marathon. There are musings on doing nothing and the happiness it can bring, plenty of good music, and of course, the new quiz question, too. Just click on the “Audio” arrow above and enjoy! Hello everyone! Welcome to The Sound Kitchen weekly podcast, published ev…
 
Les actualités du jour, samedi 21 mai 2022 En prenant votre café, c'est ici: https://bit.ly/3yOG6zY [00:00] Intro[02:10] Chanson du jour[03:20] Actualités (RR, anxiété, jici, denis)[13:44] OnEstAuQuébecIcitte[20:00] Insolite[26:45] Finance[30:00] Conclusion "De notre terre au coeur de votre vie" www.francoislambert.one…
 
After 10 days of discussions about how to tackle worsening desertification around the globe, countries fail to agree on a binding protocol to restore degraded soil. Also, we speak to the founder of charity Care4Calais Clare Moseley about the UK government's plan to deport asylum seekers and undocumented migrants to Rwanda. Finally, we escape to a b…
 
As India is the country of honour at this year's Cannes Film Festival, Eve Jackson speaks to actress Pooja Hegde as well as model, actress and activist Nidhi Sunil about the representation of Indian women on screen, why the Indian film industry needs more international recognition and what it’s like to walk on one of cinema’s most prestigious red c…
 
A video claiming electoral fraud against far-right Presidential hopeful, Marine Le Pen, has gained traction abroad. Users claim that Marine Le Pen voter ballots were destroyed. In fact, unions were denouncing a €9 million loan that Marine Le Pen's RN (FN at the time) borrowed from a Rusian-based bank. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fa…
 
Nearly three months after the invasion of Ukraine, Russia is finally sealing its first major trophy. Ukrainian fighters are surrendering from Mariupol's last pocket of resistance. Long after the Azov seaport was overtaken, they had kept control of Azovstal steel mill compound, pinning down an estimated twelve Russian battalions. Now that the fighti…
 
In France, coming out of the closet and living openly as a member of the LGBTI+ community can be a significant psychological, emotional and social challenge. Until just 40 years ago, it was also a legal one. In 1982, the age of consent was lowered from 21 to 18 for homosexuals in France, making it the same for everyone. This landmark law paved the …
 
With all eyes on the official competition at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, it’s easy to miss the offbeat, independent films that are not vying for the Palme d'Or. FRANCE 24's Olivia Salazar-Winspear tells us about an Australian feature from Thomas M. Wright showing in the "Un Certain Regard" sidebar selection, which sees Joel Edgerton give a compe…
 
Finland’s Europe minister has told FRANCE 24 her country is appealing to NATO members to "swiftly" accept Finland's application to join the military alliance. Tytti Tuppurainen acknowledged that her country is in a "security grey zone" and asserted that she is confident that opposition from Turkey can be overcome.…
 
Finland’s Europe minister has told FRANCE 24 her country is appealing to NATO members to "swiftly" accept Finland's application to join the military alliance. Tytti Tuppurainen acknowledged that her country is in a "security grey zone" and asserted that she is confident that opposition from Turkey can be overcome.…
 
The war in Ukraine has forced a major rethink of European security, with further enlargement of both NATO and the EU now on the table. Kyiv has asked for a fast-track procedure for EU membership. Moldova and Georgia have also applied. The EU has made it clear that Ukraine belongs to the European family. However, admitting several more nations would…
 
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…
 
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has upended its education system. Ukrainian officials say Russian forces have shelled over 1,000 schools, fully destroying nearly 100 of them. Not even educational facilities serving as emergency shelters have been spared. Still, teachers across the country are doing what they can to continue to offer a safe education. …
 
The 75th Cannes Film Festival has opened, with more than 100 films being shown in the official selection. The event is good news for the local economy and an essential stop for many in the entertainment world. For Daniela Elstner, the executive director of Unifrance, an organisation that promotes French cinema worldwide, Cannes can be a "gamechange…
 
The 75th Cannes Film Festival has opened, with more than 100 films being shown in the official selection. The event is good news for the local economy and an essential stop for many in the entertainment world. For Daniela Elstner, the executive director of Unifrance, an organisation that promotes French cinema worldwide, Cannes can be a "gamechange…
 
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