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Podcast: May Day protests, Leonardo da Vinci and French cheese labelling wars

By Sarah Elzas, Alison Hird, Paul Myers

Who is attacking whom? May Day protests get complicated. Also, alcohol consumption in France is not going down and doctors blame the wine lobby. And, Leonardo da Vinci's French connections. Plus, cheese wars: who gets to define a label? Paris bouquiniste booksellers struggle to stay in business. And… a bit of football.

 

In this episode:

- Frederic Blanchard, cheese farmer, president, National association of farmhouse milk products

- Jerome Callais, book seller, president, association of Paris 'Bouquinistes'

 

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