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Fabrice Camus and French Club

Season 1, Ep. 3

I've got this idea to spend every summer in France, cycling along the paths to the boulangerie, buying a baguette, hanging out in the local cafe, chatting with Jean-Paul, jumping in the Citroen DS Pallas... Thing is - oh, let's nail our colours to the mast - we here at Whistler Towers aren't big fans of Brexit and this seems as subversive a gesture as anything. Need to brush up on my French though. There's only so many times you can ask people where the cat is. There are all sorts of reasons to want to learn French. But how? But where? In this week's podcast we embrace our inner European and meet Fabrice Camus who runs The French Club and Hatt Eaton of The Eddy pub in Upper Gloucester Road where Fabrice holds court

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