Aussie expat launches podcast to figure out France

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    Australian journalist Oliver Gee recently started a new podcast in the hopes of figuring out France – called The Earful Tower. So far, he’s talked French politeness with author Stephen Clarke, the A to Z of French food with David Lebovitz, and swearing in French with Paul Taylor from WTF France on the show. This month he’s got tour guides sharing their top secrets about Paris, teachers explaining why the French can’t speak English, and a bitter take on the whole “Tu” and “Vous” debacle. Join Oliver and his guests on The Earful Tower on iTunes or Facebook.

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