Le sel de la semaine

Broadcast Run: 
1965 to 1970
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

Every week, from 1965 to 1970, on the Le Sel de la semaine, Fernand Séguin welcomed a distinguished guest, a celebrity that he helped the TV audience get to know a little bit better. 

Early on, the program tried out several different formats before settling on that of a full-scale wide-ranging interview. The finest exchanges on Le Sel de la semaine - with writers, actors or renowned scholars - were recorded live, in front of a live audience. Henry Miller, Raymond Devos, Joséphine Baker, Jean Rostand, Léo Ferré were only some of the many celebrities who were interviewed on this show.

Written by Yvon Chouinard - February, 2006

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