New episode. It’s Claudine Hemingway, descendent of Ernest himself, talking cocktails, Paris, and the Ritz hotel.
New episode: Australian in Paris Michael Kennedy from the Paname Brewing Company talks about craft beer, the 19th arrondissement, and how to get through French red tape.
Paris wine expert Geoffrey Finch talks wine, hidden vineyards, and grapes in Paris.
New episode: Where to shop in Paris, how to shop in Paris, and where to find the best vintage clothes spots.
New episode: It’s author David Downie talking about the Marais, walking across Paris, and how to sneak into courtyards.
Tu and vous: how to use them, when to use them, and how to make the switch to the less formal version.
New episode: It’s distinguished author John Baxter sharing some tips on the Latin Quarter of Paris.
New episode: Nico from KB coffee shop explains how the Pigalle neighbourhood has changed from red lights and seedy bars to cool coffee shops and cocktail bars.
New episode: The Mayor of Montmartre talks wine, the village of Paris, and “no-go zones” in the 18th arrondissement.
New episode: Meet David Smith, a British man who claims to know all the streets of Paris. His job? A delivery man, a courier, who gets from A to B by bike.
New episode: Morning coffee, lunch, dinner, and cocktails. Here’s how enjoy a full day in Paris with an excellent view at each stop.
New episode: It’s bestselling author Ann Mah in the studio for this week’s podcast episode.
There’s no denying it. Paris has some of the most excellent doorways in the known universe.
New episode: It’s Olivier from French Today talking about how he grew up in a multi-lingual family, and how he raised his daughter to be fluent in English and French.
New episode: It’s all about photography, finding the hidden side of Paris, and daring to pop into courtyards with today’s guest, photographer Paris Adele.
New episode: It’s Anne Ditmeyer from Pret-a-Voyager talking about the mysterious month of August in Paris.
New episode: This week I went out to the charming mini-village in Versailles known as Marie Antoinette’s Hamlet.
New episode: Join me for a walk down Rue des Abbesses, the best street in Paris (at least according to me).