A portrait of Adeline Sire.

Adeline Sire

Adeline Sire is a French-American radio and print journalist who covers news, politics, arts and culture, and all things Francophone. She worked in The World’s newsroom for 13 years before heading to France where she’s reported on a range of issues, including terrorism, the migrant crisis, Brexit, and the rise of the far-right.

Over the years, she has contributed to Here and Now, Living on Earth, Studio360 and the Takeaway, as well as radio outlets in France, Belgium and Canada.

Adeline has a background in classical music. She shares her time between France and the United States.

Recent radio features:

France's unofficial far-right capital

Recent Stories

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

Today's answer is Roquefort, a village in southwestern France that's been producing "the king of cheeses" for centuries. The price in the US has gone up quite a bit lately. That's because the Bush administration hiked the import duty on this French cheese during its final days. The World's Adeline Sire has the story.

Arts, Culture & Media

Galveston's past

The World's Adeline Sire reports on a little-known book of photographs depicting Galveston, Texas. The book includes pictures taken by the late French photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Arts, Culture & Media

Global Hit

The French style of music "Bal Musette" fell out of favor in the 1960s for being un-hip. Now one French band is changing that. The World's Adeline Sire has today's Global Hit.