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).
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: The challenges of bringing up a child in France, according to an American mother in Carcassonne.
NEW EPISODE: A closer look at Brittany, the local Bretons, and the town of Vannes.
With Katy and Dominic from The Europeans Podcast.
… with French Girl in Seattle.
There’s a huge difference between life in rural France and life in Paris, says writer Janine Marsh.
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.
Mind the gap between the train and the platform… we’re going in…
With Julie Collas, talking about her new theatre show. (Yes, she is a real Parisian woman).
… and should we kill the vous, asks our guest Lina, from Parisian Postcards?
So where’s the best coffee in town, Monsieur le Maire?
TV presenter Annette Young talks about how the French treat women.