If the radio moves around a lot, the television stays pretty quiet. The end-of-day talk shows will not be back on the channels until August 30, notably with a “C à vous” (France 5) reworked and lengthened. Until then, France 2 viewers will be able to discover this Monday at dawn the new tandem – Julia Vignali and Thomas Sotto – responsible for resuming “Télématin” at 6.30 am. Bruno Guillon, for his part, inaugurates the game “Each in turn” (at 11:20 am) which replaces “Les Z’amours”. As for Laurence Boccolini, she started on August 9 in “Everyone wants to take his place” where she succeeds Nagui.
The faithful of M6 will be able to return behind the stoves with a ripolinée version of “Tous en cuisine” at 6:40 pm. Forgotten the cuisine of Cyril Lignac. From this Monday, the chef will prepare his meals from… the roof of the BHV Parisian department store!
Among the 24-hour news channels, the news will land on August 30 on CNews, LCI and Franceinfo. BFMTV, on the other hand, is already up and running a week early. Julien Migaud-Müller will still host his prematinale at 4:30 am, now accompanied by Pauline Pioche. At noon, and for two hours, Pascale de La Tour du Pin returns to the fold on the channel that she left in 2017, where she will offer “Le Déj info”, which promises to give pride of place to the regions. “BFM Story” will undergo a reshuffle at 4:50 pm, but will have to wait until September 6 to bring together Olivier Truchot and Alain Marschall.
Finally, change for the very competitive access prime time box: at 6:50 pm, Yves Calvi, defector of Canal, arrives to provide “Calvi 3D”, a live broadcast of decryption and debates. And at 8 p.m., Natacha Polony will take the helm of “Polonews” with Aurélie Casse, in which the columnist will discuss current affairs.