IF ÉCOSSE: TALK WHAT DO THE SCOTS AND ENGLISH HAVE IN COMMON? ÉRIC ALBERT ÉTIENNE DUVAL / Éric Albert

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Éric Albert - Reporter, Writer | Étienne Duval - Reporter, Writer

A great talk took place on Wednesday 20 April at IF Ecosse entitled "What do the Scots and English have in common?"
Listen to this lively discussion between Éric Albert, London correspondent for French newspaper Le Monde, author of “Les Anglais, dans le doute!”, and Étienne Duval, Edinburgh-based TV reporter, author of “Les Écossais, pieds sur terre!”.



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