Back to school with great guests… in the vein of Laurent Ruquier! This Saturday, at 11:10 p.m., Léa Salamé will take charge of a new second-night program on France 2, “Quelle époque!”, produced by Régis Lamanna-Rodat (Winter Productions) and the presenter herself (Marinca Prod). This program, in which Christophe Dechavanne will always be present as a “permanent guest” and Philippe Caverivière as a comedian, will be broadcast right after Cyril Féraud’s new game, “100% Logique: The answer is under your eyes”.
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“TV Mag” yesterday revealed the names of the guests of the long-awaited first issue of “Quelle époque!”. As in the time of “We do not lie” or “We are live”, this new program will welcome a political figure -and no less important-. The head of rebellious France Jean-Luc Mélenchon will open the show and will surely return to the Adrien Quatennens affair that has been stirring up his political party in recent days.
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Léa Salamé will also receive nicky dollthe drag queen star, who will talk about the success of “Drag Race France”. Marc Mouley, a former swindler, will come to promote his book “La cavale”, edited by Harper Collins. For his arrival at the head of the political department of “Paris Match”, lorenzo ferrari will answer the presenter’s questions of “What time!”. The latter will also exchange with yann moixhis former table neighbor in ‘No Lies’ and with Jean Paul Rouve on the occasion of the premiere of his show “J’ai pas l’air” at the Théâtre Antoine. Finally, the France Inter interviewer will interview Cindy Bruna, to talk about her book “The day I stopped being afraid” (Harper Collins editions) on domestic violence, and Father Matthieu, Tiktok star.