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Laurent Ruquier on stage Victoires De La Musique, February 14, 2020 at the Seine Musicale.
TELEVISION – He has not said his last word. laurent ruquier will soon present a new weekly talk show in the second part of the night on Premiere in Paris to continue “popularize culture” of “entertaining way” outside his old box Saturday night at France 2, bequeathed to read salami.
baptized premier clubThis new program, recorded in Paris and live in a restaurant, will feature plays, books and films, according to the ” brand “ of the presenter, himself a playwright, explained to the press. He will surround himself with comedians in particular, but also with strangers, “early readers” Where “first viewers” of works criticized in the sample, recruited during wild castings.
“Exercising as a couple is difficult”
At the helm of Saturday afternoon sequels on France 2 since 2006, the 59-year-old presenter announced this summer that he would give up hostingWe are livea successor program to we are not in bed in 2020.
Reason then invoked: the fact that he was not “I don’t feel comfortable in co-facilitation” from the talk show, shared last season with Léa Salamé, recruited to give it a political tinge. “Exercising as a couple is difficult, we don’t have the same freedom. We try to make the speech balanced, it is very frustrating”he said in front of some journalists.
Léa Salamé, arrives this Saturday, September 24, at the controls of a new weekly program on France 2 called What time! The only presenter, she is joined by several permanent guests, including former TF1 star Christophe Dechavanne.
Laurent Ruquier does not leave France 2
According to Laurent Ruquier, “There are two types of programs on television: those whose concept is stronger than the presenter”What tv kids, which he still presents on France 2, every Sunday. And those who like talk shows, “where it is the facilitator who makes the difference”was justified.
Asked by Paris Première, Laurent Ruquier agreed to return to service on the M6 group’s pay channel, where he presented It swings in Paris, from 2005 to 2006. As at that time, when I was in charge ofwe tried everything on France 2, the host of big heads on RTL, another property of the M6 group, will continue to officiate in parallel in the public service, according to the head of France televisions, Delphine Ernotte.
“I intend to try to have fun and be happy, which I have missed a little in recent years”assures the one who has not managed to do what he wantedWe are live due to the health crisis and the decline of cultural life.
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