After two weeks of vacation, Christophe Dechavanne made a remarkable comeback in “Quelle époque”, Saturday January 7th.
The permanent guest of the show had feigned annoyance towards Jean-Luc Reichmann after the latter had won first place in our poll of the 50 favorite animators of the French.
This week, the trio of the program broadcast in the second part of the evening on France 2 returns with a new cast of guests.
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For this new issue, politicians like Christiane Taubira.
The former Keeper of the Seals will come to present his new book Frivolités which features thirteen women debating current affairs.
The opportunity for Léa Salamé, previously at the controls of "Élysée 2022" to return to the eventful journey of the former presidential candidate.
Another political figure, Daniel Cohn-Bendit.
The former MEP has just published an essay entitled
French but not Gaulish
, co-written with Patrick Lemoine.
Like all the political figures who came to the set of “Quelle époque!
» such as Sandrine Rousseau or François Ruffin, the guest will comment on the news.
A flagship presenter from France 2 presents
On the cultural side, with always a touch of politics, Jean-Pascal Zadi will be present to talk about
a six-episode Netflix series in which he plays an educator from the Paris suburbs who is coming to the second round of the presidential elections.
A fiction scheduled for January 20 on the streaming platform with a 5-star cast.
The Caesarized actor in 2021 shared the poster with Marina Foïs, Benoît Poelvoorde, Éric Judor, Fary, Fadily Camara and Panayotis Pascot.
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To complete the guest list, comedian Rosa Bursztein, France 2 host Sophie Davant, at the head of "Affaire concluded", will present the new formula of her bimonthly magazine named
S by Sophie Davant
and will return on his role within the chain.
Finally, Stéphane Tapie, son of the late Bernard Tapie recently published an autobiography.
How to tell you goodbye
evokes his relationship with his father until his death.