While dining with friends, Émilie and her husband, who were working in “la grande distribution,” asked what business was needed in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. The friends said “florist” and the rest is history.
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Track 1 Slow-echoing version
Track 2 Slow-echoing version
Track 3 Slow-echoing version
Track 4 Slow-echoing version
Track 5 Slow-echoing version
Track 8 Slow-echoing version
Frédérike spoke with us about her career as a dancer. We hear about the disappointment of not being chosen for the Paris Opera at 11 years of age and about her success with a different troupe at the age of 17, when her parents agreed with her decision to drop out of high school and travel as a professional dancer. Finally, we understand that there is more than one path to a career in dance.
Continue reading “Frédérike Unger : danseuse professionnelle”
Catherine Roux is a go-getter who lives in Marseilles. She started out driving buses and worked her way up to become a conductor in the Marseilles metro. Her positive attitude lights up this interview. Continue reading “Catherine Roux : conductrice de métro à Marseilles”
The last Citroën 2CV rolled off of the assembly lines in 1991, but fan clubs across the world keep the spirit alive. Alain Finet conveys his passion for the 2CV.
Continue reading “La Citroën 2CV : an interview with Alain Finet, 2CV collector”
If you know a young artist who refuses a steady job because they want to live free, you can encourage them to follow their dream or tell them the story of Mister Seguin’s goat, who wanted to live free but got eaten by the wolf. Continue reading “La Chèvre de Monsieur Seguin, as read by Fernandel”