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Podcast: D-Day civilians speak, wolves in the firing line, football fever

By Sarah Elzas, Alison Hird, Mike Woods, Michael Fitzpatrick

D-Day commemorations have understandably given pride of place to war veterans, but we hear from civilians in Normandy on the receiving end of the Allied bombing. Should nature run its course? France has upped quotas for culling wolves as their numbers increase but striking a balance between protecting farmers' livestock and an endangered species isn't easy. And France discovers the excitement of women's football as it hosts its first Women's World Cup.

In this episode:

Mélanie & Jean-Christophe Brunet, farmers in Aveyron, members of Cercle 12

Colette Marin-Catherine, Arlette Varin, civilian survivors of D-Day bombings

 

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