Six months after the start of the Covid-19 crisis, Europe 1 is taking height and is interested in the next four months which promise to be decisive for France: economic and ecological recovery, tourism but also the fight against the epidemic.

This Wednesday, September 16, Matthieu Belliard, accompanied by his columnists and editorial writers from the station, offers a special morning from the Eiffel Tower, a major French and global tourism hub and symbol of the country's attractiveness, to better decipher and understand what is emerging.

From the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, Matthieu Belliard will return, from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., on this global health crisis and the challenges of the recovery.

For this he will receive two exceptional guests: 

  • Anne Hidalgo,

    mayor of Paris, will be the guest at 7:40 am for Matthieu Belliard's "Tête-à-tête".

  • Barbara Pompili

    , Minister of the Ecological Transition, will answer, at 8.15 am, the questions of Sonia Mabrouk's “political interview”.

Listeners will notably find Stéphane Bern's chronicle and Nicolas Canteloup's "La revue de près" with Julie, as well as the usual columnists and editorialists, not to mention the inevitable weather forecast by Laurent Cabrol.

Sébastien Krebs will wake up station listeners at 5 a.m.

At 6:20 a.m., he will interview 

Alain Evano

, manager of the TDF Eiffel Tower site and 

Jean-Francois Martins

, the new president of the Eiffel Tower Operating Company (SETE) at 6:40 a.m.

Europe 1 will also reveal to listeners, on the station's social networks and on Europe, the backstage of this mythical place: places inaccessible to the general public through the broadcasting antennas which allow radio stations, including Europe 1, to issue. 

An exceptional morning to follow on Europe 1, and the resort's social networks with

# Europe1SurLaTourEiffel