As of Monday, LCP is redesigning its grid with the return of the channel’s identity meetings.

For nearly two months, with the implementation of strict containment measures, LCP has changed its antenna to comply with health safety rules. Some broadcasts had to be interrupted, but other scriptures were invented and particular attention was paid to the continuity of the parliamentary information mission. From Monday 11 May, LCP redraws its program schedule with the return – in an adapted format – of the channel’s identity meetings.

PUBLIC HEARING presented by Francis Letellier – returns every Monday at 7 p.m. – from Monday, May 11.

The current debate THAT LOOKS AT YOU presented by Myriam Encaoua returns from Tuesday to Thursday at 7:30 p.m. (and 11:30 p.m.) from Tuesday, May 12, with 2 guests on set and other skype speakers.

DÉBATDOC – documentary followed by a debate presented by Jean-Pierre Gratien – resumes its place in prime time from Monday to Friday at 8:30 p.m. (replay at 12:30 a.m.) from Monday, May 11.

LCP LE MAG’s investigations with two new issues offered by editorial journalists: “My confined city” directed by Ahmed Tazir and “Les invisibles au front” directed by Marion Becker.

WEEKLY PARLIAMENT on parliamentary news – in co-production with Public Sénat – returns every Friday at 2 p.m. starting Friday, May 15.

REMBOB’INA presented by Patrick Cohen resumes its recordings from Tuesday, May 12 for new dives in the history of our country through the hidden treasures of television.

CIRCO directed by Céline Crespy on the Luxfer factory and the question of nationalizations – to be broadcast from May 11.

And always: QUESTIONS OF NEWS presented by Brigitte Boucher – to follow and accompany every Tuesday “Questions to the Government”.

Photo credit © JB Autissier / Panoramic for LCP

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