James Dalrymple interviews Vivian Draper, presenter of Radio Campus Grenoble’s English Talk Radio
Archive for May, 2009
James Dalrymple enjoys a walk around Grenoble University campus, admiring the abundance of green spaces and imposing concrete.
James Dalrymple used to think France was a Shanghri-la for the work shy and the gourmand. He has since been corrected. He explains the 35-hour week, ‘Cadre’, RTT, and other mysteries of French working life.
James Dalrymple explains how he went about getting a carte d’identité for his five week old daughter, and how he learnt to let sleeping babies lie
Reia Farrall and Zoe Atkinson, co-founders of Communication Café, talk about the school system in Grenoble and its provisions for bicultural Children, and why they decided to set up an organisation of their own.
James Dalrymple describes his experience as a British ex-pat living and eating (a lot) in Grenoble. Can France really claim superiority over Tescoised Britain? Of course it can. Just don’t patronise him about it !