Traditions, meals, markets, and music… Camille from French Today explains how the French celebrate Christmas.
Tour guide Boris Petrovic discusses the history (and future) of walking in Paris, from Medieval times to the future plans for Greater Paris.
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 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: 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: The Mayor of Montmartre talks wine, the village of Paris, and “no-go zones” in the 18th arrondissement.
New episode: It’s Anne Ditmeyer from Pret-a-Voyager talking about the mysterious month of August in Paris.
New episode: Paris is a unique city full of its own little quirks. American psychologist John Clarke shares some of the culture shocks he’s experienced since moving to Paris.
New episode: One man’s tale of becoming a French citizen, featuring tough quiz questions, reams of paperwork, and tricky officials.
New episode: We’re talking Paris antiques with a top auctioneer. How to find antiques, where to buy them, and what’s worth investing in.
New episode: Today I’m demystifying the French with author Janet Hulstrand.
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.
VIDEO: Chef David Lebovitz talking about his latest book, L’Appart, from inside his recently renovated kitchen.
France is different. There’s no denying it. Here are a few culture shocks you’re likely to come across, thanks to special guest Rosie from Not Even French.
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.
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).