On the strength of its latest record audiences, public radio is adjusting its back-to-school schedule to a recipe that works. On the program: a longer “7-9”, the first steps of “Totémic”, which succeeds “Boomerang”, Thomas Legrand’s “quest for politics”… Overview.
The revolution on France Inter? Rather the evolution of a successful grid, which led the radio to first place on the hexagonal podium. The arrival of Adele Van Reeth (ex-producer of paths of philosophy on France Culture) at its head – replacing Laurence Bloch – has not (yet?) led to a major overhaul of the programmes.
In the week, some changes are notable. the 7-9 (to which we will return) changes format, allocating an additional half hour, at 9 am, led by Sonia Devillers. In The morning magazineno politicians or promo artists, but “a strong personality that everyone knows” Where “a strong testimony, a big journalistic investigation”specifies the journalist, previously at the helm of The moment M. The morning cultural interview is therefore postponed by half an hour, to 9:30 a.m. Ciao Boomeranghello Totemic ! Rebecca Manzoni takes the place vacated by Augustin Trapenard (party animate The great library, on France 5), interviewing, in studio, outside or in public, Virginie Despentes, Alain Mabanckou or Adèle Exarchopoulos.
At 12:30 p.m., the venerable Campaign notebooks — produced for sixteen years by Philippe Bertrand — are entrusted to Dorothée Barba. The moderator trades Barbatruc! for this tour of France “solutions of the future”, which she intends to tint with feminism. At 4 p.m., instead of Popopop (led for five years by Antoine de Caunes and Charline Roux), Matthieu Noël installs zen zoom zoom. The defector from Europe 1 will advocate from Monday to Saturday the “gay to know”, exploring each day with an expert and two columnists a different theme, rooted in the times. He also resumes the humorous post of 7:57 in the morning, devolved since 2014 to Charline Vanhoenacker. At 5 p.m., the band at Charline remains in place, but with a new program name: By Jupiter! bECOMES It’s us again.
“Crazy Stories”, Sporting Events and Native Podcasts
Saturday at 11 a.m. Pop’N’Co (provided by Rebecca Manzoni) is replaced by When the gods roamed the earth, by Pierre Judet de La Combe. This Hellenist, translator of Homer, will tell “crazy stories”promises the director of Inter Adèle Van Reeth – “the gods were completely mad, and their balance of power and power, ultimately very current, helps to understand the world”, she continues. At 5 p.m. in Source, the novelist Cécile Coulon will meet her peers at their places of writing, and will sound them out on their inspiration and the way in which they develop their books. He will be succeeded by Thomas Legrand, the former columnist for the morning, who will probe political ideas in In search of politics at 6:10 p.m. (which replaces intelligence-service, by Jean Lebrun). The Giulia Foïs show, One of a kindslides to Saturday, at 8:04 p.m. — occupied so far by One hour in series, which leaves the antenna. She changes her name: On the sidelines will henceforth be interested in all differences and minorities.
Sunday at 3 p.m., the psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Jean-David Nasio will come to poke The unconsciouswhich he began to do in the podcast of the same name, where he encourages listeners to express themselves on the detailed cases. “There will be a question of space for psychoanalytic listening, and not of personal development”, specifies Adèle Van Reeth. At 6 p.m., Nathalie Iannetta, Sports Director of Radio France, will host with Claude Askolovitch Sports spiritreceiving a “great guest” and providing coverage of sporting events.
Note the loss, on weekends, of an hour of “fresh” programming, with reruns starting at 10 p.m. (against 11 p.m. on weekdays). The night owl listener will have to fall back on native podcasts: flat and companyby Jean-François Zygel — whose The proof by Z disappears from the waves —, November 13, 3 votes for a trial, by Charlotte Piret, fiction Area 51, by Josselin Bordat (in October), or Léon Blum, a heroic life, by Philippe Collin (in November).