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Kurt Gänzl and Emily Soldene (1840 - 1912)

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

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

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