Best Podcast in Paris 2018

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Hosted by Australian journalist Oliver Gee, with travel tips, Paris secrets, and fascinating guests, this is a podcast to listen to if you want to understand Paris. 2018 saw him take to the road for his honeymoon on his little red scooter, he travelled 4,500km around France at 45km an hour.

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Notable mentions:

  • The Faux Pas-Cast – Two Americans (Mollie Laylin and Jennifer Fox Geraghty) who come from different parts of the country, with different backgrounds have found ourselves in the same place at the same time. That place? A bar in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, the supposed City of Love. From there, a podcast was born.  The bi-monthly podcast delves into the belief that Paris is the sexually confident and culturally uninhibited city that the rest of the world believes it to be. They break down the taboos that Americans have and the French don’t, and the French have that Americans don’t.
  • Becoming Maman –  Amber and Sarah are two anglophone mothers raising their French kids in Paris; one bilingual tantrum at a time.
  • Paris Paname –  Paname is a podcast that tries to delves into Paris’ long and complex history to try and winkle out some of the more obscure, macabre, unusual or unlikely stories about Paris and the Parisians who lived there.

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