This Saturday, September 24, Christophe Dechavanne will make his comeback on television. Alongside Léa Salamé, will the host let his political opinions take over?
Christophe Dechavanne takes on a new challenge ! From this Saturday, September 24, the host will resume service on France 2. Alongside Léa Salamé, he will co-host what time, the new Saturday evening talk show after the shutdown of On est en direct and the departure of Laurent Ruquier. In this show, the journalist intends to let go. And the legendary host of Coucou c’est nous will also use the freedom of tone that made him known. “I’ve always been told that. I go back to my first pre-war loves: Heaven, my Tuesday!, Like a Monday, Iron in the spinach… They told me: ‘it’s good because ‘we think something and you, bam, you say it’. So, I think I’m in this genre. I’m like everyone else”he rejoiced on the airwaves of France Inter.
On the set of Quelle epoque, politics will not really have its place. But that does not prevent the host from daring to speak about his convictions with an open heart. “I always voted on the left, but we got a little screwed up. We had great confidence in people, and they didn’t necessarily reciprocate, he analyzed on the radio. I can’t be politicized otherwise, because I live in a world and in a society, but it’s complicated today to be on one side.”Christophe Dechavanne then defended his point of view. “I have thoughts, I have ideas. There are things that irritate me, that amuse me, that interest me, that bore me”launched the father of Ninon on the antenna of France Inter.
Christophe Dechavanne: “I am benevolent, I have nothing to hide”
“There, we are all the same in a very different society because everything is still annoying. We cannot say that life is very fun, that it is not at all anxiety-provoking”, he added. Invited the day after this statement on Europe 1, Christophe Dechavanne explained that he did not necessarily intend to talk about his opinions on the filming of What time. “Is it going to get along or are you going to keep your opinions to yourself?”, asked Philippe Vandel. And his guest to answer, without any jargon: “No, the proof is that I have always voted on the left and everyone is on their ass”. At his side in the program Culture Médias, Léa Salamé admitted to having never thought that he “vote left”.
“I want to be transparent, I’m an honest man, I’m caring, I have nothing to hideadded Christophe Dechavanne. Going with Léa and really being me without posture is even better.” Moreover, this is partly why France 2 and the journalist decided to contact the host to offer him to return to television. “We found ourselves with the producers saying to ourselves: ‘who would we like to have? We need someone who both sets the fire, and at the same time has an eye on society’, remembered Léa Salamé on the airwaves of Europe 1, this Friday, September 23. We weren’t just looking for an entertainer or an animator, let alone a sniper. We wanted someone who had something to say.” All of Christophe Dechavanne then!
Christophe Dechavanne: his harsh criticism of Jean-Luc Mélenchon
This Saturday, September 24, Léa Salamé and Christophe Dechavanne will notably receive Jean-Luc Mélenchon. On the set of Quelle epoque, the ex-presidential candidate should in particular be questioned about the controversy over the slap in the face by Adrien Quatennens to his former companion. And the host should not give his guest a gift, since he has criticized him several times. “Nearly 4.5 million people who voted for Melenchon would therefore be actively participating in the eventuality of far-right governance and all that goes with it, was surprised Christophe Dechavanne during the between two rounds last April after the publication of a survey. I admit that I don’t understand anything about this society. But then nothing at all. Maybe you will say something strong and republican to those who trust you and who are, like you, citizens who deserve your protection. It promises.