Jean Courtin, director of research at the CNRS and specialist in underwater archaeology, set up an expedition in Malta to search for paleolithic caves. He explains the renewed interest in underwater archeology following the discovery of the Cosquer cave. These searches are encouraged by the fragments of the Mnajdra temple which date back to 4000 B.C.
At a table in Trieste's San Marco café, Slovenian writer Boris Pahor talks with Olivier Barrot regarding his latest novel, In the Labyrinth, where the city of Trieste is the main character. The writer says that he's happy that Slovenia is back in the new Europe.
Conversation with Spanish anti-Franco writer Juan Goytisolo regarding his book Para Vivir Aquí, where the story of a trip describes his country's society, which is cut off and closed, and sometimes kept under-developed by an authoritarian regime.