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Sport Philippe Lellouche: his broadcast on RMC canceled overnight

20:25  01 june  2020
20:25  01 june  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Philippe Lellouche : son émission sur RMC annulée du jour au lendemain © SIPA Philippe Lellouche: his broadcast on RMC canceled overnight This June 1, Philippe Lellouche's broadcast on RMC is coming to an end. As of tomorrow it will be replaced, without any reason being mentioned on the part of the radio station.

The start of 2020 was difficult for Philippe Lellouche . His play, Game of Truth, was due to start on Wednesday March 6 at the Théâtre du Gymnase Marie Bell in Paris. In the casting, were to climb, for several performances, on the boards Christian Vadim, David Brécourt, Vincent Lagaf 'and Mélanie Page. Unfortunately, a voluntary claim created major damage in the theater the day before the start of the play. "One or more individuals entered the interior of this historic monument, breaking a window on the second floor," said LCI . Jacques Bertin, the director of the theater in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, "had previously received death threats from an employee dismissed six months earlier". Then there was the health crisis that forced the performance halls to close.

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Philippe Lellouche has also been affected by the Covid-19 virus . "I had the Covid-19 a long time ago. I had it very lightly so everything is fine" , he assured the microphone of Europe 1 before giving more details on what touched him. "It was nothing, as I wish everyone else. That is to say, this resulted in a kind of pseudo cold that does not even require you to be bedridden . A ridiculous thing that makes it behind for now ".

A program stopped suddenly

But if he recovered very quickly from the coronavirus and without sequelae, Philippe Lellouche received new bad news ... RMC announced by press release, this June 1, l '' stop of its Lellouche show on the bill, broadcast until today between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. As of June 2, the radio station will replace its program with a new program hosted by Rémy Barret. A way for RMC to create " a new space for sharing and entertainment with listeners". The station nevertheless sent a word of thanks for the actor and host: " RMC warmly thanks Philippe Lellouche for this season with his infotainment show acclaimed by listeners". The end of this program does not mean the end of the collaboration between RMC Découverte and the actor. The group assured that they would continue to create together without formalizing the reason for stopping its broadcast.

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