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How much is the fireworks of July 14th to the city of Paris?
© Bertrand Guay The fireworks broadcast on France 2 brought together nearly 3.5 million viewers. Question asked by Quentin, July 15th Hello, pulled as every year from the Eiffel Tower, the fireworks of July 14 illuminated the sky of Paris last night.
This Sunday, July 25, the JOKER 13H of TF1 Jacques Legros celebrates 70 years. The opportunity to reveal three surprising things on this extremely appreciated journalist of the viewers of the one.
Since 1998, he has been interimed at 13H of TF1 during the holder's holiday (for a long time and since that year). This Sunday, July 25, celebrates 70 years. The opportunity to teach you three surprising things on this extremely friendly journalist whose popularity with viewers of the one has never weakened.
Tomorrow belongs to us: between "Ball with a stomach" and "pleasure", Emmanuel Moire confides on his first day of turning
© Sipa Tomorrow belongs to us: between "Ball with a stomach" and "pleasure", Emmanuel Moire confides On his first day of turning first day of successful turning for Emmanuel Moire, who becomes an actor in the series of TF1 tomorrow belongs to us. The "pleasure of playing" took away the "stress" that he did not hide. to 42 years, Emmanuel Moire writes a new chapter of his career. The singer takes a time the music aside to embark on the comedy.
1) Nothing intended to become a journalist
son of a teacher and a town hall employee, the world of the small screen was in light years of the universe in which he has grown up ! " We had very small means , he entrusted us in an interview given last year. I was raised by my grandmother who lived next to home. I was turbulent and totally unsuitable at The school. You know, you, many children who have done three times their second? I still see the headset show me in front of all the high school saying: ' Look what you will become if you are like him - a nobody.' These are sentences that we never forget. At age 15, I told my parents that I wanted to go. I left in a home of young workers in the suburbs of Lille. was not a very funny life ... "
"Forest Art Project": In Normandy of artists expose and commit themselves to the protection of biodiversity
until 19 September, the exhibition "Forest Art Project" is displayed in five places of the Channel department. Artists argue the public about the crucial role of forests for the protection of biodiversity. © Provided by FranceInfo How to challenge the public about the absolute need to protect the flora to preserve the environment? The "Forest Art Project" association responds to this challenge by presenting the riches of primary forests through art.
2) He met his wife ... walking his dog!
" We both lived on the edge of the Bois de Vincennes , he told us in this same interview. She had a Doberman who almost eaten my little Cavalier King Charles. What is very funny, it's that she had never seen me on TV and she fell on my jt by chance a few days later. She said : 'thin, it's the neighbor with whom I hired the Discussion a few days ago. It will never work because it's someone on TV, it's inevitably unbearable! ' . And you see, today, we have a son of 15 years (NDLR: at the time of the interview, granted in 2020). He studied in Switzerland and prepares the London School of Music and Juilliard School of New York . His thing is singing. He wants to do his job. "3) He wrote erotic news!
" Arriving in Paris, I did not have money. I did full of things, I even wrote erotic news for the magazine , where I told the adventures of a billionaire . [I'm laughing.] I was also a civil engineer. I had to live to get where I am. I did not always feel very legitimate. It happened to me, by entering On the plateau of 13 hours: 'What are you doing there? From there where you come from, you do not have the right to be here, on the first chain of Europe ...' "X1
Macron recognizes "a debt" of the state towards French Polynesia for nuclear tests .
© Copyright 2021, the obs no excuses, but a "debt". Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday, July 27th in Papeete that France had "a debt" towards French Polynesia for nuclear tests carried out from 1966 to 1996 in the Pacific. "I assume and I want the truth and transparency with you," said the Head of State in a speech to the Polynesian officials, saying that the victims of these tests had to be better compensated.