Tout le monde en parle

Broadcast Medium: 
Television

Rare is the program whose name fits it like a glove. A Quebec adaptation of the influential French TV program hosted by Thierry Ardisson, Tout le monde en parle was hosted in Quebec by Guy A. Lepage, supported by the ineffable Court Jester, Dany Turcotte, and was broadcast Sunday evenings at 20:00, but recorded on Thursday evenings so that it could be painstakingly edited, in order to retain only the most punchy elements.

Laughter, reflections and emotionally charged incidents were brewed together on the set, with guests who were in the news, or provoking newsworthy events.

The length of the program varied and could be on the air for anywhere between 2 hours and 2 hours 30 minutes, depending upon the content that week.

Written by Yvon Chouinard - January, 2012

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