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Polynesia: 50 shades of blue The Pacific Ocean, a "blue paradise". From the deepest blue to the pale turquoise of the lagoons, this immense maritime territory is home to some exceptional living treasures. More than 1,200 species of fish and marine mammals live in an area as vast as Europe. Presented by:...
Gherkins and Chablis from the Auxerre region Vincent Dampt is a winegrower in the Auxerrois, the very heart of Burgundy, where he produces one of the most famous French white wines: Chablis. Henri Jeannequin and his father Florent are amongst the last gherkin producers in France. Guy Martin proposes a...
Videogames: the true story Stéphane Bern and his team look at the world of video games. In today's programme: - How did video games become part of our heritage over the space of 40 years? - Behind the scenes at Ubisoft - The Futuroscope and the Raving Rabbids - Who was Richard the Lionheart...

Upcoming programmes

The television news programme of the France 2 editorial board (8 p.m. edition, Paris time).
All the news from RTS.
An interview with a topical guest from the world of politics, economics or culture... Presented by: Patrick Simonin.
Following the everyday lives of residents in Mistral, a working-class neighbourhood in Marseille, with all their joys and heartbreak, dramatic stories of love and hate, and the secrets lurking round the corner. With: Michel Cordes (Roland), Anne Decis (Luna), Sylvie Flepp (Mirta), Ambroise Michel (Rudy),...


  • "The ability to laugh out loud is proof of an excellent soul" (Jean Cocteau)

    The 3rd edition of the "Oh là là" Comedy Festival produced by Eden Cinema will take place from 16th November to 5th December in art-house cinemas in Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Sderot, Roch Pina, Globus Ashdod, Beit a Tarbut Savyion , Yad Lebanim Raanana, at the Cinema Kochav of Ramat Asharon and throughout the Yes Planet network.

    Watch the trailer here 

  • The 25th French Film Festival UK offers a rich programme of films to enjoy, involving leading independent cinemas around the country from Glasgow and Edinburgh to London, from Inverness to Dundee and Belfast, from Warwick and Leicester to Chichester and Bristol, plus many more places in between watch the crème de la crème of contemporary and classic French-speaking cinema from 2 Nov to 17 Dec 2017. See what's on where here

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