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Frost Over the World
The battle for the French presidency
Presidential hopeful Dominique de Villepin discusses the state of the French economy and the country's political scene.
Last Modified: 11 Feb 2012 12:26

In this week's episode of Frost Over the World, Sir David Frost speaks to Dominique de Villepin, the French presidential hopeful and former prime minister, about the current state of politics and the economy in France.

De Villepin, who heads the new French political party Republique Solidaire, talks about what he would change should he be in Nicolas Sarkozy's shoes by May.

Republican pundit Charlie Wolf and playwright and author Bonnie Greer join Sir David for another debate on the Republican Party primaries and the race for the US presidency.

 



Emeli Sande, a Scottish soul singer-songwriter and Brit Award winner, discusses her new album, Our Version of Events, which will be released on Monday, February 13.

Brand guru and marketing maestro Martin Lindstrom reveals the psychological tricks companies deploy to make consumers buy their products, as unveiled in his new book Brandwashed.

And Loretta Napoleoni, a banker and economic provocateur, will share her views on the Chinese economic model and tell us why she thinks Chinese communists make the best capitalists.

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