A walk with Ernest Hemingway on the Left Bank of Paris, where he lived in the 1920s.
French musician Alex Freiman talks about jazz in Paris, how to find it, and how to get started if you’re not yet a fan.
We all know it’s important to say “bonjour” no matter where you in in France. That’s hardly a secret. But there’s no better way to get a conversation going than to ask “ca va?” directly afterwards. Let me explain…
Crossing Paris on foot, from East to West, live on YouTube.
If I can’t get to the US in person, then I’ll do the book tour virtually! Here’s the itinerary.
New episode: Lina Nordin Gee aka @parisianpostcards has been painting a watercolour every day about Paris, France, and famous French faces.
Here’s how to watch the next quiz night video – LIVE. Good luck!
New episode: I’ve somehow opened a magical time portal and got Ernest Hemingway on the phone.
Round Two: Ding ding ding. It’s the Earful Tower Pub Quiz. Watch it live on Saturday!!!
They’re making a movie in Montmartre and the set is amazing!
Bonus episode: Here are some of YOUR best stories from your first visits to Paris.
Year in review. Here’s what you liked the most in 2019.
New episode: It’s history podcaster Mike Duncan talking about the French Revolution in the simplest terms possible!
It’s the audio, the video, and the photos from the big event at the Australian ambassador’s residence!
New episode. It’s Claudine Hemingway, descendent of Ernest himself, talking cocktails, Paris, and the Ritz hotel.
New episode: The Mayor of Montmartre talks wine, the village of Paris, and “no-go zones” in the 18th arrondissement.
New episode: Versailles is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. I went to check it out on one of the rare days when you can get inside after-hours – then I hung around for the fireworks.
New episode: Meet George Eddy, the American man who calls the NBA basketball, the Superbowl, and the Olympics – all in French.