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25 Nov
After "Alien", "Gladiator" and "Thelma and Louise", director Ridley Scott presents "Napoleon" to the French, with Oscar-winner Joaquin Phoenix in the title role and Vanessa Kirby as his Josephine. The filmmaker talks about his fascination with the brilliant and destructive emperor of France.
18 Nov
This week on Arts24, Marjorie Hache speaks to up and coming French pop artist Blowsom who has independently released two EPs and garnered millions of streams. We also catch up with American rock band Rival Sons who have released two albums this year and take a look at Queen Of Pop Madonna's opening Paris show and country royalty Dolly Parton's new album Rockstar.
17 Nov
Two tenors, eight years, President Mohammad Buhari definitely had an eventful turno being president of Nigeria between 2015 to 2023. Many Nigerians are not quick to forget the stewardship of the nation in a hurry. GuardianTV stepped out to ask Nigerians how they feel about his administration.
15 Nov
Culture Editor Eve Jackson reviews Madonna’s first night in Paris during her 78-date Celebration Tour. At 65 – she’s still got it – she totally blew the 20 thousand fans away in Paris’ Accor arena with a two and a half hour show that was an emotional journey through some of her biggest hits.
31 Oct
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30 Oct
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28 Oct
Clash of the Titans! This Saturday, South Africa will face New Zeland during the Rugby World Cup final. A repeat of 1995 final But if the Springboks are hoping for the same outcome with a fourh title, they are far from underestimating their adversaries.
27 Oct
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26 Oct
With less than a year to go until France hosts the 2024 Olympic Games, thousands of job vacancies remain unfilled, including those for security personnel. The country's public employment agency, Pôle Emploi, has subsequently embarked on an ambitious programme to recruit 15,000 security officers. But it is being accused of summoning job seekers without properly considering their profiles.
25 Oct
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24 Oct
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23 Oct
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