New episode: So what happens next for the Notre Dame cathedral?
New episode: It’s Rebecca Plotnick from Everyday Parisian talking about exactly how to photograph a city like Paris.
New episode: It’s the guys behind the hit detective experience in Paris, Live Thriller.
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.
What is it about Paris that makes it so synonymous with a good walk? Jessie Kanelos Weiner, who wrote Paris in Stride, shares her thoughts on the matter.
It’s the age old question: How should I learn French? And Camille from French Today answers it in this bonus podcast episode.
Ever heard of Cow Island in central Paris? Here’s a little nugget from today’s walk show with Paris in Four Months.
It’s Slim & The Beast, back on The Earful Tower, playing live music and talking about being an American folk-rock band in Paris.
Paris museums can be almost overwhelming. Just choosing where to go can be tough. But here’s how I spent four days visiting 14 of them.
Don’t come to France without leaving Paris, says this week’s guest Annie Sargent from the Join Us in France podcast.
VIDEO: Chef David Lebovitz talking about his latest book, L’Appart, from inside his recently renovated kitchen.
Join me for a look inside the Notre Dame Cathedral after all the tourists had gone home.
On this bonus podcast episode it’s my favourite language teacher, Camille from French Today. We recorded it for Valentine’s Day …
You hear a lot of talking about how to save money in Paris. But this week, it’s all about how to spend, with tips from luxury travel writer Leah Walker.
Here come seven live videos, with seven great guests, at seven amazing Paris spots. And yes, the Eiffel Tower will be featured too.
Gay Paris: What’s it all about? This week’s guest is Bryan Pirolli, a tour guide who specializes in the gay side of the French capital.
I’ve just moved to Montmartre. Right in the very middle of it all. And by my count, there are 18 …
Get your dancing shoes on because we’re off to the Moulin Rouge this week! Today’s guest is Amanda Chapman, one of the lead dancers at the world’s most famous cabaret.