Monday May 11 at 8:05 p.m., the 28 minutes magazine returns to its original format on ARTE.
After a shorter version, confinement requires, 28 minutes continues to seize the news and resumes from May 11 with its duration of 40 minutes by combining guests and columnists on set, interviews via Skype and video chronicles in order to respect the standards of social distancing.
The guest via skype on May 11 will be the actress Juliette Binoche and in the second part, the debate will focus on the following question: masks, tests, should a lawsuit be brought against the French State?
Co-interviewers Anne Rosencher, Benjamin Sportouch, Vincent Trémolet de Villers and Claude Askolovitch return to the set alongside Elisabeth Quin for a first part interview with a guest via Skype, then a debate with two guests on set. Xavier Mauduit will write his History column from home, and Jean-Mathieu Pernin will be on set.
On Friday, 28 minutes returns to the Club, with two guests on stage, a cartoonist and Nadia Daam alongside Elisabeth Quin.
From Saturday May 16, Renaud Dély will take over the reins of 28 minutes Saturday in its initial format of 40 minutes, always in a formula adapted to the weekend in touch with the news, with, by his side, Hélène Roussel, Camille Diao and François Saltiel in video chronicle.