In Lebanon, Beirut is a city in which art and culture stand in opposition to war and obscurantism. Avant-garde, resilient, multilingual and multi-confessional, this city stands as a beacon for Francophone culture and language, in an Arabic and English-speaking region torn apart by conflict.
Guests: Matteo El Khodr, countertenor; Ziyad Makhoul, chief editor of "L´Orient-Le Jour"; Sabine Choucair, artist; Rima Tarabay, president of the NGO Ecotown; Sae Lis´, singer; Raya Farhat, artist.
Presented by: Mohamed Kaci, Esperance Ghanem.
A programme produced in partnership with TV5MONDE Middle East & North Africa and OTV.