Yannick Florentine 10:01 a.m., February 18, 2022

Europe 1, partner of the event, is joining forces with Canal+ to bring listeners to life, with Frédéric Taddeï, the 47th Cesar Ceremony.

On this occasion, the station is setting up an exceptional system over several days to bring to life on its antenna one of the most beautiful moments of French cinema.

See you from February 19!

On the program for this special week:

Saturday February 19:

Isabelle Morizet will host

Valérie Lemercier

, nominated in the “Best Actress” category for her role in the film “Aline” , in

Il n'y a pas qu'une vie dans la vie

(1 p.m. to 2 p.m.) .



(2 p.m. to 3 p.m.), Laurie Cholewa will receive

Pio Marmaï

, nominated in the César category for “Best Actor” for “La Fracture”,

Anamaria Vartolomei

nominated in the César category for “Best Female Hope” for “L’Event”, as well as director

Patrice Leconte


She will come back to the cult moments of the ceremony and the challenges of the next one. 

Sunday February 20:

Frédéric Taddeï will receive in

It happened tomorrow

, between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., 

Véronique Cayla

, president of the Académie des César.

Monday February 21:

Philippe Vandel will find in 

Media Culture


Antoine de Caunes

, master of this 47th Cesar ceremony.

Victor Bonnefoy, film critic on the show


presented by Laurie Cholewa, Olivier Benkemoun, culture journalist on CNews also columnist on Europe 1 and Stéphanie Loire will offer a dedicated column alternately throughout the week.

Thursday February 24:

Mouloud Achour will devote his

program Verveine Underground

(8 p.m. to 10 p.m.) to film music.

For the occasion, he will be surrounded by 


, composer and musician winner of the César for best original music for "La nuit venue" in 2021. This year, he was nominated for the film "Les Olympiades" by Jacques Audiard.

Friday 25 February: 6:

30-9am -

Europe Matin

– Dimitri Pavlenko: journalist Marie Gicquel will take listeners behind the scenes at the Césars where she will attend the rehearsals.

9am-11am -

Media culture

 – Philippe Vandel:

Gérald-Brice Viret

, general manager of antennas and programs for the Canal + group in France, will be Philippe Vandel's guest.

12:30 p.m.-1 p.m. -

Europe Noon

– Romain Desarbres: Listeners will find journalist Marie Gicquel, from the Olympia, for a report a few hours before the start of the Ceremony.

4-6 p.m. -

Historically Yours

– Stéphane Bern and Matthieu Noël: “They make the Césars”.

Stéphane Bern and Matthieu Noël will paint portraits of César Baldaccini dit César, Georges Cravenne and Antoine de Caunes.

They will receive

Frédéric Taddeï

on this occasion . 

From 8 p.m. on Europe 1


Surrounded by Catherine Schwaab, editor-in-chief at Paris Match, and Victor Bonnefoy, Frédéric Taddeï will return, between 8 p.m. and 8:55 p.m., to the highlights of the 2021 cinema year. Together, they will bring listeners to life the arrival of the guests on the Olympia red carpet as well as behind the scenes of the ceremony.  

From 8:55 p.m., Europe 1 will broadcast the event simultaneously and will lift the veil on the winners throughout the evening.

Olivier Benkemoun, Catherine Schwaab and Frédéric Taddeï will meet with the winners as soon as they leave the stage and collect their first impressions.

An event to experience also on Europe 1.fr: 

Listeners will find all the content related to this 47th Cesar Ceremony in a dedicated space.

On the program: interviews, videos but also behind the scenes of this essential event of the 7th art.

The 47th Cesar Ceremony is broadcast live, unencrypted and exclusively on CANAL+. 

Meet on Friday February 25 from 8 p.m. to experience this event live on Europe 1, 


and the station's social networks.