New episode: Penelope Fletcher from The Red Wheelbarrow bookshop is on the podcast, talking about good books, the Luxembourg Gardens, and her favourite arrondissement.
New episode: Here’s a chat with Sydney Zekley, one of the booksellers from along the River Seine.
New episode: Talking about the smaller and quirkier museums in Paris with Emma Jacobs, who has just written the book on the subject.
New episode: Today I’m demystifying the French with author Janet Hulstrand.
Crime writer Cara Black is in Paris, and she’s talking about stone cold murder on The Earful Tower podcast.
This week on the podcast it’s Caroline de Maigret, the author of How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are, the model, the music producer – and the ultimate Parisienne, if you ask me.
What is it about Paris that makes it so synonymous with a good walk? Jessie Kanelos Weiner, who wrote Paris in Stride, shares her thoughts on the matter.
VIDEO: Chef David Lebovitz talking about his latest book, L’Appart, from inside his recently renovated kitchen.
Do you like books? Do you like Paris and France? Then why not join this book club?
Here’s what to find, where to find it, and how to behave in the Père Lachaise.
NEW EPISODE: It’s author Cara Black talking about all her murders in Paris, not to mention joining me on the red scooter for a video tour around the city.
The man, the myth, the Macron. Here’s journalist Adam Plowright talking about the French president, followed by tips on the best macarons in Paris.
Books, books, books, and Paris.
Featuring John Baxter, Corey Frye, and Abby from Set in Paris. Recorded live with a vocal audience.
Meet the man who is like a detective when it comes to solving Paris mysteries…
We meet with author John Baxter to get a deep insight into Paris, walking around the city, and Corey tells us about a grisly series of murders from yesteryear.
Stephen Clarke talks about his new play (and talks more about his books, swearing in French, and Rue Eugene-Gibez). And hang around for another Story from Corey, this time about the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Talking ‘merde’ with a writer who knows France very well for an Englishman.