Property consultant Adrian Leeds joins me to discuss daily life in Paris and how it has changed.
Tour guide Boris Petrovic discusses the history (and future) of walking in Paris, from Medieval times to the future plans for Greater Paris.
Here are two replays of walks around beautiful Stockholm.
Do you like books about Paris and France? Here are some top recommendations from your favourite Paris Book Club at The Earful Tower.
Meet Kobus Botha, a chef from South African who has made a name for himself in France as the barbecue king!
New episode: Jacqueline Ngo Mpii says it’s time you checked out the vibrant district of Goutte d’Or, also known as Little Africa, which is just steps away from Montmartre but largely overlooked by the tourists.
Here are the ten best French words that you won’t find in English.
New episode: A chat with Katrina Lawrence, a beauty journalist and certified Francophile.
New episode: Exploring the past and future of the Notre Dame cathedral with French author Agnes Poirier and then Ariel Weil, the mayor of Paris Centre.
Meet Jane Webster, an Australian woman who has just spent lockdown in a 72-room chateau in Normandy.
Here’s how to listen to Paris On Air, narrated by Oliver Gee (and with the help of about 20 other characters!)
In photos: Here’s a look at Paris without all the tourists… just me, Lina, and a bunch of Parisians (more of less).
A walk with Ernest Hemingway on the Left Bank of Paris, where he lived in the 1920s.
Meet Casey Laulala, a Samoan rugby player turned Paris restauranteur. He talks about how his life in the sports world taught him how to run a Paris restaurant.
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.
Paris fans and Earful Tower listeners: We did it! A real change, a real difference.
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…
New podcast: Adam Biles from Shakespeare and Company talks about the lockdown, Tumbleweeds, and his favourite author interviews.