All Programmes

Sample Title
Broccoli is a versatile vegetable
Delicious winter warming soup using seasonal vegetables and blue cheese
French stories
Living abroad is a mix of laughter and tears in this new book form our very own Editor, Peter Clayton. You can hear some of the tales in our story library.
The band played on
Culture and music programme from New Orleans after the hurricane
Moving to Australia
The unadulterated truth about moving to Australia in this book
Food is important here
The Loire offers wonderful landscapes but also food and wine for all tastes
Smoking safely
Now, whether you are moving to France for work or to follow a dream, the process can can be fraught with difficulties
Models against cruelty
PETA want you to stop wearing fur to prevent extreme cruelty to animals worldwide
Cooking with Jean-Christophe
Jean-Christophe Novelli tells us all about his arrival in the UK. Part two very soon.
Stunning buildings entwined with the rocks
Auvergne, volcanic craters and lakes, hot springs and pillars of volcanic rock
Blues and jazz from around the world
In his fourth programme for Expatsradio.com, Mark Sampson brings us a delicious mix of style yet again. The variety of material is stunning and covers everything from jazz to the ladies detective agency…you'll have to listen to understand that one!
Records out and time to dance
Sixties music is still a big hit and especially in our Terry Clear Show. More music from 50's and 70's coming soon!
Protection against the winter bugs
Winter is coming but advice from our doctor can help you avoid illness
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