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English celebrities Esther Rantzen, Marcus Brigstocke and Ron Atkinson spend four weeks in France learning the French language through immersion, assisted by their teachers and a series of tasks. Esther begins with a reasonable fluency in French, Marcus begins with a basic knowledge, and Ron knows no French at all. The ultimate goal is to carry out a task related to their own profession; Esther must interview a politician on a French talk show, Marcus must perform a stand-up comedy routine in French, and Ron must provide an analysis of a soccer match on French radio.
|S01E01||Episode 01||18/07/2006||The trio meet for the first time when they move into their picturesque Provencal villa.Their challenges include telling a joke to complete strangers, becoming a newspaper reporter and working as delivery drivers.|
|S01E02||Episode 02||25/07/2006||Their challenge at the end of the second week is to run a top class restaurant on their own. But Big Ron, the sommelier, struggles with the simplest descriptions of wines and falls out with his tutor, chef Marcus's mispronunciation lands him in trouble and Esther is less than happy having to play the role of waitress.|
|S01E03||Episode 03||01/08/2006||Ron is making little progress and his relationship with his teacher Christine hits a new low. Marcus is becoming concerned that his routine is failing miserably with the French, while Esther is becoming disenchanted. Their challenge this week is to work as tour guides in St Tropez.|
|S01E04||Episode 04||08/08/2006||It's the last week and the students have just five days to prepare for their ultimate challenge - to attempt to do their day jobs in French. Ron will be a pundit for national radio at a Paris St-Germain match, Marcus will perform a stand-up routine at a comedy venue and Esther will be interviewing a French politician.|