NEW EPISODE! It’s the 100th episode of The Earful Tower podcast. To mark it, celebrity chef David Lebovitz came into the studio for a chat about food, Christmas, and Paris.
New podcast episode: Talking X-rated Marie Antoinette facts and why women are glossed over in France’s history with Heidi Evans from Women of Paris.
Want a whole lot more of Paris? Check out the Earful’s exclusive new magazine.
Here we go: 20 days, 20 arrondissements in Paris, 20 live videos…
New blog and podcast episode: If you’re thinking of renting a place in Paris, be warned that it’s no walk in the park. Here are some tips from Adrian Leeds, together with the story of one man’s gruelling affair trying to find a home of his own.
New blogpost and podcast episode. It’s season five! Today I dissect the Left and Right Banks to find the best one for tourist, once and for all. Featuring authors John Baxter and Lindsey Tramuta.
Imagine if Napoleon, Joan of Arc, Edith Piaf (and more) were living in the Paris of 2018… Here’s what they’d be doing (and what they’d be wearing).
New blog, podcast and video: It’s the best of France from the honeymoon trip. Start planning your next trip now!
New blogpost: So you’re coming to Paris but you don’t know what to wear. Here are six tips from a Paris-based shoe designer.
New episode: We visited the village of Ménerbes in southern France, the setting for the best-selling book A Year in Provence.
Looking for places to go in Paris? Look no further.
French doors have some incredible intricate door knockers. Here are the best ones I saw on my trip around France.
New episode: It’s the season finale, we made it back to Paris. Here’s what we learned and a few travel tips for you France fans.
New episode: How we crossed the French Alps on scooter – plus a closer look at amazing Annecy.
New episode: You may have heard of the book A Year in Provence, but here’s what to do if you’re only got a week.
New episode (and blogpost): A look at why Carcassonne is so fascinating, plus an introduction to the man who changed the face of France.
Do you like books? Do you like Paris and France? Then why not join this book club?
New episode: The challenges of bringing up a child in France, according to an American mother in Carcassonne.