Roald Dahl, Little Nichols, Critters and Ghosts… our alternatives to replays and podcasts

Roald Dahl, Little Nichols, Critters and Ghosts... our alternatives to replays and podcasts

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New on the program “Critters”, the second season of “Olma”, the stories of Roald Dahl, the Brothers Grimm or Walt Disney … Not to mention two series and one movie to watch on the VOD platform, it’s Christmas on the air!

France is betting on Interhumor and pedagogy to educate even the greatest

If Laure Grandbesançon leads us on the trail of Frida Kahlo, Molire, Sitting Bull, and Lady Stanhope in her podcast “Les Odysses,” Stephanie Fremantine envisions new episodes for her “bestioles” (salmon, ermine, platypus) Is. “Oli”, a podcast for toddlers, is enriched with five stories, while Nina Bouroui and Nicolas Mathieu, the 2018 Goncourt Prize, were set to music by Thomas Anhko and performed by musicians from the Philharmonic Orchestra from Radio France: Christmas Gift paid off

For the second season of “Olma”, Matthew Widart features five episodes dedicated to trees and the tropical forest. In the first, knew the journalist’s audience well France Inter (“La terre au carre”) The Democratic Republic of the Congo adopts a loyal Philippine (his beloved dog), where they discover a forest vulnerable to exploitation, deforestation, and climate change. His mission? Bring the ecosystem back to life. In the company of experts, they manage to interest and sensitize even the eldest, with just the right amount of humor and pedagogy. Emily Granger

From 3 years: ” this was it ” And , critters “And, from the age of 7,” Odyssey ” And ” Is happening “. The France Inter application and all of Radio France are available for free.

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On French Culture, “Les Enfantines” Like an Advent Calendar

Produced between 2008 and 2010, here are brought back to our ears by “Les Enfantines”, wonderful stories commissioned by France Culture from authors of literature and theatre. So, on 22 December, Stephen Micaka takes us to Scotland, to a mansion where seven children, the offspring of Edgar Poe and the Brothers Grimm, wake up and find that Doctor Mistletoe, who kidnapped them, has just been in the Apericube. have been transformed (Doctor Mistletoe’s Children directed by Laure Egoroff). On the 23rd, Caryl Férey Invented a FunnyInspector Gamba While a starfish was found dead on the beach (directed by Cédric Ausir). Pierre Senges, Jean-Claude Grumberg or Tongue Veil are some notable authors who have played the game, and it is famous. E. G.

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