I recall a somewhat forced attempt to explain certain customs related to the positioning of glasses relative to the plate by pointing towards the geographical positions of the German and French capitals, as exceptionally memorable.
wut?? In something like Karambolage?
Karambolage is one of my favorite stuffs there.
Been surprised to see such a thread here.
Well, I watched them a lot a few years ago. Almost didn't watch it anymore. Well they can have quite interesting documentaries, as much for all kinds of contemporary topics as for the historical ones, which was mostly for what I watched them, but I guess I've been fed up with the kind of 'I'll explain you how everything is bad on Earth and there is no reason to hope' tone, or maybe it was just me, dunno. Also, when it comes to History stuffs, seems they ignore there has been something before WW2.
When it comes to movies, well, in France, arte is the most undubbed channel, actually, and I think that if you do the right manipulation with your remote control, you can have any movie in original version, dunno for their shows.Le dessous des cartes/Mit offenen Karten
remains a quite good show compared to anything existing on TV about geography.
But my favorite show there remains Cut Up
, just love it.
Is there a Flemish version of arte thanks to arte Belgium?