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Broadcasts in English

Canal Académie is located at the Institut de France, in Paris. Canal Académie reflects the treasures of the five Académies of the Institut de France, founded in 1795 :

Académie française, Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, Académie des sciences, Académie des beaux-arts, Académie des sciences morales et politiques.

The most renowned Académie, the Académie française, was founded in 1635 by Richelieu. Three other Académies (Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, Sciences and Beaux-Arts) were founded during the XVIIth and XVIIIth century, and renewed by Louis XVIII in 1816. The youngest Académie, the Académie des sciences morales et politiques, was founded by Louis Philippe in 1832.

As a « Parliament of Scholarship », the Institut de France is responsible for advancing the cause of the arts and sciences through a multidisciplinary approach. In order to make these works known, Canal Académie offers no less than 2000 broadcast programmes in French, concerning sciences, arts, literature, history, philosophy, law, economics...

Progressively, we aim to provide you with English content.


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The Network of African Science Academies welcomed in France

The Network of African Science Academies welcomed in France

with Robin Crewe, président of NASAC and Moctar Touré, Vice-Chairman of the National Academy of Sciences and Technologies of Senegal
Robin Crewe and Moctar Touré participated to a training seminar at the French academy of science. With 38 other persons they represented 17 African Academies which were here to define enhancing communication strategies for sciences academies in Africa. In this program, they share their first conclusions and explain to us what is the NASAC, The Network of African Science Academies.

dimanche 12 février 2012

Franck Dimroth : the future of the solar energy

Franck Dimroth : the future of the solar energy

with Franck Dimroth, winner of the “Fondation Louis D” award 2010
Franck Dimroth is a brilliant physicist who works on photovoltaics cells. Through his researches, he managed to convert more sunlight to electricity than many other solar cells, reaching a record efficiency of 41.1%. Listen to Frank Dimroth, from the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems. He has just received the Louis D. foundation award 2010, one of the most prestigious French scientific prizes.

samedi 12 juin 2010

Freda and Irwin Browns talk about Erik Desmazières

Freda and Irwin Browns talk about Erik Desmazières

Canadian collectors and their passion of the French printmaker
Freda and Irwin Browns talk about Erik Desmazières and his contemporary printmaking work the same day of his entrance at the Académie des Beaux-Arts at the French Institute in 2009.

lundi 15 février 2010

SYMBOLISM by Michael Gibson published by Taschen (1/2)

SYMBOLISM by Michael Gibson published by Taschen (1/2)

THE FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS
Our guest Michael GIBSON, the author of SYMBOLISM, a monograph on this European art movement of the late nineteenth century, will offer some insight into this artistic period. His book published by Taschen was translated in several languages including French, English German and Japanese.

lundi 7 décembre 2009 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

SYMBOLISM (2/2) : Symbolist Trends throughout Europe

SYMBOLISM (2/2) : Symbolist Trends throughout Europe

A world of dreams, nightmares, monsters and evil women
In this second broadcast on Symbolism, Michael Gibson, the author of an imposing work entitled SYMBOLISM (published by Taschen), conducts us through a vast and complex movement which marked artistic trends in Europe after the middle of the XIXth century.

lundi 7 décembre 2009 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

William Blake in Paris – a real event

William Blake in Paris – a real event

The Petit Palais Museum of Fine Arts in Paris in co-operation with the musée de la Vie Romantique presents for the first time an important retrospective of William Blake’s poetical and artistic work
This Parisian retrospective of William Blake gives us an opportunity to have a closer look into the enigmatic and mystic universe of this uncommon English artist of the end of the XVIIIth and the beginning of the XIXth century.

lundi 19 octobre 2009 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

Balthus, a Retrospective at the Pierre Gianadda Foundation in Switzerland

Balthus, a Retrospective at the Pierre Gianadda Foundation in Switzerland

With Jean Clair, from the Académie Française
Jean Clair from the Académie Française and commissioner (together with Dominique Radrizzani) of the Balthus retrospective is with us in the studio of Canal Académie.

lundi 10 novembre 2008 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

The golden age of german romanticism

The golden age of german romanticism

Watercolours and drawings at the time of Goethe, an exhibition at the Musée de la Vie Romantique in Paris, spring 2008
Mr. Daniel Marchesseau, director of the Musée de la Vie Romantique in Paris and co-commissionner of this exhibition, leads us through the period of German Romanticism and its main protagonists. You can discover here a hundred and twenty-four exceptional drawings and watercolours by some sixty artists.

dimanche 27 juillet 2008 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

Howard Shore, Oscar Winner and Opera Composer

Howard Shore, Oscar Winner and Opera Composer

Howard Shore makes his debuts at the Théâtre du Châtelet (Paris) as opera composer
Wow. What an event. Mr. Howard Shore is in Paris, for the rehearsals and the Premiere of his first opera, based on the George Langelaan’s novel, commissioned by the Los Angeles Opera and the Châtelet. Mr Shore went to the Institut de France and the Canal Académie studios for a very fascinating broadcast.

dimanche 29 juin 2008 - Emission proposée par : Christophe Mirambeau

<i>Dictionnaire amoureux du Louvre - Art Lover's Dictionary of the Louvre</i>

Dictionnaire amoureux du Louvre - Art Lover’s Dictionary of the Louvre

By Pierre Rosenberg, of the Academie Française. The book was published in French by Plon in November 2007
Pierre Rosenberg was the president-director of the Louvre Museum between 1994 and 2001, and well-known throughout the world as the most distinguished specialist of paintings and drawings, particularly of the XVIIth and XVIIIth century. He is offering us an outstanding guided tour through this majestic art palace - the Louvre.

mardi 6 mai 2008 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

<i>The Way to Calvary</i>, by Pieter Bruegel

The Way to Calvary, by Pieter Bruegel

with Michael Gibson
Michael Francis Gibson The Mill and the Cross, published by Acatos, Lausanne, in 2001 is a study of Bruegel’s painting, The Way to Calvary. The Author came to Canal Académie’s recording studio to tell us about his research on this work.

mercredi 26 mars 2008 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

Elizabeth the First

Elizabeth the First

Film by Shekhar Kapur
Elizabeth, The Golden Age, which was released in France in December 2007, is the follow-up to Kapur’s Oscar-nominated movie about England’s most powerful queen, which came out in 1998. Shekhar Kapur’s first Elizabeth was definitely a critical and commercial success that deconstructed all the conventions of costume drama with its original vision, its framing of warm-blooded people in cold, stony settings and filming from vertiginous angles.

dimanche 23 mars 2008 - Emission proposée par : Marie-Laure Massei

Analysis of the 2007 Financial Subprime Crisis, by Jacques de Larosière

Analysis of the 2007 Financial Subprime Crisis, by Jacques de Larosière

Former Chairman of the IMF
Listen to Jacques de Larosière’s analysis on the eruption, on the 9th of August 2007, of a financial crisis, called the "subprime crisis". He is former Chairman of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

dimanche 27 janvier 2008 - Emission proposée par : Priscille Lafitte

The Royal Irish Academy

presented by Jane Conroy
As Jane Conroy was invited for the European Academies meeting in October 2007, she presented the Royal Irish Academy. She is at at the head of Humanities and Social Sciences Committee.

dimanche 27 janvier 2008 - Emission proposée par : Priscille Lafitte

Fragonard – The pleasures of the XVIIIth century

Fragonard – The pleasures of the XVIIIth century

Or Fragonard revisited, by Marie-Anne Dupuy-Vachey
The bicentenary of the death of Fragonard : a long-awaited occasion to pay tribute to the artist. At the end of 2007, through around one hundred works, the Jacquemart-André Museum in Paris opened its doors to an exceptional artist, Jean-Honoré Fragonard.

mercredi 23 janvier 2008 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

The Nativity, by the Master Painters of the XVIIth Century

The Nativity, by the Master Painters of the XVIIth Century

With Marie-Anne Dupuy-Vachey, art historian and specialist of the seventeenth century
Since the birth of Jesus surrounded by a host of angels, shepherds and their animals, the entire Christian world sings his glory, and the greatest painters illustrated this unique event : Caravaggio, Gentilischi, Rubens, Le Nain,...

vendredi 18 janvier 2008 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

Into the future of brain research : touching the "mysterious"

Into the future of brain research : touching the "mysterious"

with Idan Segev, head of Interdisciplinary Center for Neural Computation in Jerusalem
The third symposium on brain research was organized last November by the French-Israeli neurosciences Association - better known as the AFIRNe -... Some of the best neuroscientists from both countries had accepted to join in and debate about "Brain Research and Understanding the Unconscious, the Conscious, and the Creative Brain". Idan Segev, a top neuroscientist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, offered the audience a brilliant speech on the future of brain research.

lundi 7 janvier 2008 - Emission proposée par : Solenne Robin

Why are emerging countries spared by the financial crisis ?

Why are emerging countries spared by the financial crisis ?

Analysis by Jacques de Larosière, former chairman of the IMF
It seems that emerging countries spared by the 2007-2008 financial crisis, called the "suprime" crisis. Is this a simple cyclical coincidence, or a long-term structural difference between industrialised countries and countries such as China, India and Saudi Arabia ? Will emerging countries be able to pull global growth ?

jeudi 3 janvier 2008

The true love life of Jane Austen : how it inspired her career

The true love life of Jane Austen : how it inspired her career

A chronicle by Marie-Laure Massei
In October 2007, French cinemagoers had the pleasure of discovering Jane, a film directed by Julian Jarrold, which had been released in Great Britain in March 2007 under a thought-provoking title : Becoming Jane. This entertaining movie portrays the early love life of a major British novelist, Jane Austen, who was born in December 1775 in Steventon (Hampshire) and who died in July 1817 in Winchester. Based on Jon Spence’s biography, published in 2003 and entitled Becoming Jane Austen, Jane is a speculative biopic of Austen’s presumed romance with the young Irish lawyer Thomas Lefroy, which took place around Christmas 1795.

lundi 26 novembre 2007

Kurt Gänzl and Emily Soldene (1840 - 1912)

invited by Christophe Mirambeau
Do we really need to introduce M. Kurt Gänzl ? Pope of the history of Musicals and operetta around the world, M. Gänzl was in Paris - first time since 15 years... and he agreed to give us time for this broadcast.

dimanche 17 juin 2007 - Emission proposée par : Christophe Mirambeau

Claude Monet's Japanese Print Collection

Claude Monet’s Japanese Print Collection

at the Musée Marmottan Monet in Paris
The well-known Musée Marmottan in Paris contains the world’s largest and most important collection of paintings by Claude Monet, particularly the famous « Impression Soleil Levant » and of course the Series of the « Nymphéas ».

vendredi 13 avril 2007 - Emission proposée par : Krista Leuck

Reflections on the history of globalisation

By Jacques de Larosière
Jacques de Larosière, former general manager of the IMF then governor of "La Banque de France" delivers us his reflections on the history of globalisation.

dimanche 1er avril 2007

Jacques de Larosière links social and economic development

Jacques de Larosière links social and economic development

Jacques de Larosière is a member of the Institut de France
It is usually accepted that social development -i.e. human capital development and education- is completely linked to economic development. The latest economic research insists on the absolute importance of education, research, innovation, as engins of growth.
Listen to Jacques de Larosiere’s commentary. He is member of the Institut de France, honorary gouvernor at the Banque de France and special advisor to the president of BNP Paribas.

mercredi 28 mars 2007