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.
This man tackled all of Paris on foot. Here are his tips, highlights, and lowlights.
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.
Season two kicks off with Olivier Giraud, the one-man theatre sensation who teaches us all about Parisians (even though he is from Bordeaux!)
We’re (almost) back!
Look, it’s Harry Potter and his magic baguette.
Have you ever heard of the petit ceinture of Paris? We paid a visit.
If you’re ever walking on Rue de Turbigo, be sure to look up. Way up.
Explaining a Paris curiosity – the chasse-roue.
Ghost stations, renamed stations, and one that looks like a submarine…
Only in France?
Fancy some culture on a Sunday?
Here’s some helpful lingo for summer in France.
Here’s how to save those euros in every district of Paris.
Yes, there’s really a Condom in southern France.
More words than you think come from French.
They don’t teach you this stuff at school.
Textbook French is one thing… but the real French is more important.