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.
New episode: Join me for a walk through a very empty Louvre museum, talking about Da Vinci, Arago lines, and the 1st arrondissement of Paris.
Year in review. Here’s what you liked the most in 2019.
New episode: It’s Julie from French Manoir, talking about nightmare renovations, chateau history, and life as the only Asian in her village.
New blog post: The campaign was successful! Paris On Air will be a book! Now it’s time to plan the tour!
New episode: It’s history podcaster Mike Duncan talking about the French Revolution in the simplest terms possible!
New episode: I wrote a book! Here’s the inside word on my Paris memoir (and how you an order a copy).
New episode: The Marais Mayor gives an update on the Notre Dame fire… and it doesn’t look likely that we’ll be getting inside any time soon…
Today it’s an episode with Camille from French Today and we’re talking about the whole idea of asking French people to “correct you” when you’re speaking French with them.
It’s here: The Earful Tower’s complete guide to Paris.
It’s the audio, the video, and the photos from the big event at the Australian ambassador’s residence!
New episode: We hear a lot about the almost mythical Parisian woman… but what about her male counterpart? Paris podcaster Greg Pouy shares his thoughts.
New episode: How can I make the French speak French, with Camille from French Today.
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.