Sport Why Michel Boujenah is becoming rarer on television sets
Analysis: Swiatek, younger set thriving in women's tennis
Iga Swiatek took note when Naomi Osaka was accumulating three Grand Slam trophies by age 22. Swiatek also was paying attention, of course, when Bianca Andreescu won her first major at 19. And when Sofia Kenin added her name to the list of Slam champions at 21. “For sure, it’s, like, inspiring. I know that there are no limits,” Swiatek, still just 19 herself, said Saturday after winning the French Open for the first tour-level title of her nascent career. “Even though you’re really young, and you’re an underdog, you can do a lot in a sport like tennis.
VIDEO - Guest on RTL Saturday, the comedian explained that he did not want no longer playing “guest on duty” on shows.
There was a time whenmultiplied television appearances in various programs, "Les Enfants de la TV", "Touche pas à mon poste", "We are not lying", to name a few. -a. But now the comedian is rarer. He explained it on RTL on Saturday in "We remake the TV". If at the beginning of his career he participated in many programs, it was only to fill his theaters. "I had fun, I played the game, even though it was miles from where I was deep inside," he said at Eric Dussart and Jade.
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“At one point it backfired, I was the guest on duty. I was made to do just about anything, "he continued," it turned into anything and everything. Another detail "bothered him a lot": the free service, common for guests on promotion. “Us, when we go to TV, we don't make a living. It’s free, ”he lamented before pointing out that the hosts and producers, on the contrary,“ earn lots of money ”. "Why? In the United States, it's not like that. If you want so-and-so, you pay for it, that's okay, "he recalled. “We often found ourselves in front of people who only understood the value of their show, it was the guest and not themselves. All of a sudden, they became the stars, ”he regretted without ever pointing to a particular personality or show.
Although he still isn't keen on the promotion exercise, he is agreeing to give interviews at the moment about his play L’Avare. “Maybe one day when I'm really old, in the middle of a show, I can get up and say, 'Excuse me, I can't be here anymore,'" he concluded.
On eve of UK deadline, trade talks with EU still stalled
BRUSSELS (AP) — On the eve of a European Union summit which British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had set as a deadline to get a post-Brexit trade agreement between both sides, talks remained in a deep rut over fundamental differences regarding anything from state aid to fisheries. EU nations are already looking to the end of the month, when they see the ultimate deadline for an agreement if they still want to get it through legal vetting and parliamentary approvals before Jan. 1. A trade deal for the EU and the recently departed U.K.
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