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DiverseCITY highlights the beautiful mosaic that is New York, one neighborhood at a time. The monthly series features a bit of history, shares community issues of concern, and profiles businesses that are unique to their neighborhood.
is where viewers meet the ethnic press. IS engages journalists from New York's ethnic and mainstream media in an insightful discussion of stories covered by ethnic newspapers, TV and radio stations and websites. Each show features an in-depth profile of a news organization or a reporter, along with a news roundup.
Stylish and modern, Canapé
is the only program entirely devoted to French cultural events in New York and the United States. This monthly half-hour show includes film releases, book translations, exhibitions, festivals, ballets, concerts and theater productions.
The best in world cinema is showcased in City Cinematheque
. Hosted by Professor Jerry Carlson and co-produced with the Department of Media and communication Arts of The City College, CUNY, each film is followed by lively discussion with scholars, film professionals and critics.
A series of Spanish-language literary discussions, featuring interviews with Spanish and Latin American writers, artists and filmakers. In Spanish.
France Feelings is a series on current events, travel, cuisine and contemporary life in France. The 30-minute show has segments in English with American hosts as well as in French with English subtitles. An entertaining and informative look at different aspects of life in France, France Feelings offers a brief overview of topical politics, trends in fashion and entertainment, as well as movie and music reviews.
is a weekly Deutsche Welle (DW) news program produced in English. It is broadcast from Brussels, Belgium and primarily covers political and economic developments across the European Union and the rest of Europe, as well as issues of particular concern to Germany. The program is currently presented by British journalists Cathy Smith and Jim Gibbons.
Hosted by journalist and interviewer Bernard Pivot, this timeless series that ran from 1991-2001 discussed French culture.
A daily European news program covering global hotspots, political and cultural developments, the latest from the world of sports and the latest business news.
A collection of 23 films showcasing the variety and vitality of Taiwanese culture, including dance, acrobatics, opera, museums, music, cuisine and festivals.
The interview-based TV show Tratos y Retratos
, hosted by Silvia Lemus, is one of the most recognized shows in Latin America. In Spanish.
La Grande Librairie fills you in on all the most recent literary news. On the menu: top French and foreign authors, some well-known, some waiting to be discovered, take time out to discuss their lives and work. At this literary get-together, books are devoured, words savoured and the art of reading is rediscovered. One word is the order of the day: pleasure. Presented by: François Busnel.
Host Dennis Wholey explores cultural, social and political lives around the world with journalists, authors and foreign diplomats.
A monthly show in which Bernard Pivot interviews artists, actors and musicians who were not born in France, but adopted the French culture and language as their own.