Eurostar in Pictures

14h33 - 20 october 2018

France’s minister for European affairs Nathalie Loiseau has claimed that Eurostar trains would be turned back from Europe if Britain crashes out of...

100 Things to do in France

21h16 - 19 january 2018

By Janet Rogers The country of France is literally filled with medieval cities, alpine villages, and glorious beaches.

2017: France Review

14h57 - 23 december 2017

So, this is Christmas and what have you done? Another year over and a new one just begun. Well, almost. As with any year, 2017 had its highs and...

Christmas is illegal...!?

23h01 - 17 december 2017

If you decide to eat a Christmas pudding this year, you'll be committing a criminal offence...

When did our Appetite for Meat get so Big?

10h24 - 10 december 2017

The global food industry implicates a very large group of people: everyone on the planet.

The True Cost of Fashion

11h14 - 04 december 2017

More than 2 billion people form the ‘global consumer class’, and that number is poised to grow exponentially as the developing world continues to...

Motorway Tolls in France - Who Sets the Price?

10h52 - 26 november 2017

As of February 2018, toll rates for motorways will increase by approximately 1.04% to 2.05%. Claudia Cohen of French Radio London (FRL) looks into...

Let the Pros Make the Programmes

19h06 - 19 november 2017

Dr John Grierson explains why TV programme-making should be the preserve of the professionals, not children.

Turn Off, Tune Out and Don’t Buy It

11h22 - 12 november 2017

Dr John Grierson prescribes his antidote to the advertising campaigns poisoning commercial TV and radio.

Dear Auntie, You Need to Lose Weight

18h05 - 05 november 2017

Dr John Grierson explains why the BBC has, quite frankly, lost it.