The time you realise Paris has become ‘home’! 30 minute radio interview each month. Turning Points.
Clarence Tokley has been living in Paris for over 10 years. He moved here from New Jersey and has been a film maker, professor and actor. Learn more about this very active member of the Expat community of Paris in this edition of Turning Points, hosted by Joan Westcarr.
In this episode of Turning Points, Stephen Clarke, who is well-known for his novel A Year in the Merde, tells Nawsheen Rumjaun about his experience as a British expat in Paris and his works.
He also told us about his latest historical book, Edouard VII, un roi anglais made in France.
By Nawsheen Rumjaun
Visit Shephen Clarke’s website at http://www.stephenclarkewriter.com
Paddy Sherlock is a singer and musician who moved from Ireland to Paris thirty years ago.
In this episode of Turning Points, he tells us about his experience as an artist in the capital city of France, and his new album “Too good to be true”.
By Nawsheen Rumjaun
Edgar Macias moved to Lyon from Mexico two years ago to pursue his studies. He’s now working in Paris as a project manager for the online e-commerce website Groupon and tells us today about what pushed him to make the move.
By Tatiana Wakam
Episode 37 – Gary Lee Kraut
Gary Lee Kraut is an American journalist, writer, lecturer, activist and tour guide who’s been living in France since 1988.
The author of the critically acclaimed guide Paris Revisited: The Guide for the Return Traveler, he now regularly writes for his own web magazine France Revisited, full of useful tips ans insights for tourists and expats – and he also organizes personalised tours in Paris.
Visit Gary Lee Kraut’s Facebook page about drinks in Paris “I Drink Paris”
Listen to the show below, with Gulnara Zakharova:
Episode 36 – Lily Heise
Episode 35 – Tamara Budrow
In this episode of Turning Points, Tamara Budrow speaks to Lilas Fournier about her experience coming to Paris as a fille-au-pair for a French family.
Aside, Tamara is also a freelance interior decorator.
Malik Ameer Crumpler is an American poet, rapper and producer who has settled in Paris. He’s also the host of Poets Live, a monthly poetry reading series that takes place around the city.
He speaks to Justine Beauvais on this episode of Turning Points to tell what brought him to settle in Paris.
Older shows available on Mixcloud.com/worldradioparis