On the program this week on TV, fans of the French football team will have the opportunity to see two matches, counting for the League of Nations. On Monday, the Blues will face Croatia in Split at the Poljud Stadium. The meeting will start at 8:35 p.m. and will be broadcast on M6. Xavier Domergue and Robert Pires will be on commentary. Then, the men of Didier Deschamps will go to Vienna on Friday to face Austria at the Ernst Happel Stadion. The match will this time be broadcast on TF1 from 8:45 p.m. with Grégoire Margotton and Bixente Lizarazu on commentary.
Tuesday evening, Cash Investigation is back with a new issue entitled “Agriculture: where have Europe’s billions gone?” on France 2. Elise Lucet’s team is particularly interested in fraud linked to aid from the CAP (common agricultural policy). Friday evening, if you are not fond of football, France 3 offers a documentary on the tragic fate of singer Mike Brant, one of the greatest idols of the early 70s in France.
Saturday evening, France 2 launches the Big Show, its brand new entertainment with comedian Jarry as host. With the complicity of friends, family members and even personalities, spectators will find themselves at the heart of happenings, hidden cameras but also moving surprises. The program is actually an adaptation of a British format called Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, which has been on the air since 2015 on the BBC.
This Sunday is the first round of the legislative elections. On this occasion, France Télévisions is mobilizing to comment on the results and feed the democratic debate. From 7:15 p.m., France 2 deploys its exceptional system to welcome the main political actors on its set. An election evening which will be hosted by Anne-Sophie Lapix and Laurent Delahousse.