After a long and very French Summer Break, we are back with our third season of So French!

We discuss the falling popularity of Emmanuel Macron. His will sign his new Labour Bill this week and unions are taking to the streets. Couscous, the popular Moroccan dish, caused a political row.

Maud Descamps gives us the French Word of the Week and we talk to Wassim Nasr, a journalist at France 24 and a renowned specialist on jihadist movements.

And you’ll never guess what is the world’s sexiest accent. Listen very carefully!

Two more terrorist attack in France. Apart from the horror and sadness, there is growing discontent with the politicians who fail to protect the citizens and to behave like grown-ups. We also talk about green cars and the very French habits surrounding the Summer holiday.
Enjoy!

A new terror attack in France and the ongoing social unrest are the main topics of the week. There are around 300.000 French people living in London. Are they afraid of a possible ‘Brexit’? We travelled to British capital to talk to two of those ‘frogs’.

And this episode, Maud Descamps selected the So French word: ‘Eboueur’.

The situation for refugees and migrants in the French capital is pretty tough. We’ll bring you an exclusive report from one of the makeshift camps in central Paris.

Is it the end of ‘Allez les Bleues’? The French national football team takes on an American super hit to boost the squad ahead of the Euro 2016 championships here in France.
And this episode’s So French Word is ‘cheminot‘? Do you want to know what that is? Then listen to our tenth Episode!

 

France’s blaming Belgium in the Brussels Attacks aftermath, Sarkozy is in trouble (again), and Maud Descamps teaches you a new So French word: solidarité. And if you ever wondered why the Easter Bunny is unemployed in France: that’s because chocolate eggs are delivered by flying church bells. What?! We’ll tell you So French!