“It can be discussed”, “C to you” … France TV unveils its back-to-school program

“It can be discussed”, “C to you” … France TV unveils its back-to-school program
“It can be discussed”, “C to you” … France TV unveils its back-to-school program

The start of the school year promises to be busy on France Television with changes for “C à vous”, the return of the concept of “That is discussed” by Thierry Ardisson, but also the arrival of Pascale Clark.

TELEVISION – The small cathode ray tube will also find a taste of before. As summer sets in, Stéphane Sitbon-Gomez, director of antennas and programs at France Télévisions unveiled in the JDD some details and changes planned for the start of the school year.

Among the eagerly awaited programs, the return of It is discussed but not exactly as Jean-Luc Delarue led him. France Télévisions will take up the concept of this flagship and iconic meeting of the 90s and 2000s, by slightly transforming it.

“We are working with Faustine Bollaert on a testimonial program built in the same vein. This program, produced by Reservoir Prod, the company behind It is discussed, will take place in public ”, details in JDD, Stéphane Sitbon-Gomez who also takes the opportunity to reveal the draw: The times are changing.

A new show that will add to the many other changes in the public service. Evicted from Europe 1, the journalist Pascale Clark will find a role that she knows well since she will host in voice-over a weekly version of the show Seen, which dissects the news in images. The journalist had hit the mark in a similar voice-over role, on Canal +, with her show As an aside.

“C to you” in the first row

Program particularly appreciated on the public service, the program “C à vous”, presented by Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine will be extended by 25 minutes with a reinforced role for Patric Cohen. As a backdrop to this …

This article originally appeared on The HuffPost and has been updated.

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