Round Two: Ding ding ding. It’s the Earful Tower Pub Quiz. Watch it live on Saturday!!!
New episodes! I chat with a coronavirus patient in Paris, an Australian locked down in Rome, and a Paris coffeeshop owner about the shutdown.
New episode: It’s David Lebovitz talking about French drinks, the 11th arrondissement, and his new book.
What’s the latest with the Coronavirus in France and Paris? Should you cancel your trip? How is daily life affected?
You’re in Paris. You want a good coffee. You want some great pancakes. You want to be treated well. So …
What exactly does the city of Paris sound like? I spent a day trying to capture the sounds of the city.
They’re making a movie in Montmartre and the set is amazing!
New episode: Today’s chat is with model Caroline de Maigret, who has just published a book about ageing called Older But Better, But Older. We chat about the ninth arrondissement, fashion, and crepes!
New episode: It’s a tour of the elegant eighth arrondissement, featuring how to visit the Champs-Elysées, how to find the best macarons, and tips for the incredible Petit Palais.
New episode: Seven amazing things to find in the seventh arrondissement of Paris.
Bonus episode: Here are some of YOUR best stories from your first visits to Paris.
New episode: Exploring the sixth arrondissement with Laurel and Kaysa from Treize au jardin cafe.
New episode: It’s a deep dive into the fifth arrondissement, with Parisian tour guide Marie from My Private Paris.
New episode: It’s author Elaine Sciolino back on the podcast to chat about her new book The Seine: The River That Made Paris.
New episode: A chat about the Marais, churches, and the historic Paris walls with the mayor of the fourth arrondissement, Ariel Weil.
In this episode, Camille from French Today guides us through a real-time lesson in French grammar, pronunciation, and some tricky words that typically catch out many intermediate students.
New episode: A chat about the Marais, art, and old Parisian townhouses with the curator of the Picasso museum!
New episode: It’s Amanda from Boneshaker Doughnuts talking about rue de Nil, sweet treats, and Halloween in the second district of Paris.