After eight years on the air, journalist Augustin Trapenard is stopping


, the morning show devoted to culture on France Inter, and is now working on other projects with the station, we learned from the radio.

Augustin Trapenard "wanted to stop the daily rhythm," said France Inter on Friday evening, confirming information from the



“He is in discussion with France Inter to find new formats, new ways of working”.

The program, broadcast from Monday to Friday at 9 a.m. with a different guest each day, was initially to be postponed by half an hour in the France Inter back-to-school schedule.

Rebecca Manzoni to replace him

According to

Le Parisien

, it is the house journalist Rebecca Manzoni who will, at the start of the school year, take over the slot for the cultural interview at 09:30.

Augustin Trapenard, an English professor who became a successful literary columnist, expressed his "emotion" and "gratitude" on Twitter when he ended his show, which he presented for the last time on Friday morning.

"I loved being by your side so much, with all these artists whom I salute for having played the game, on waking up, eyes still full of sleep, strange questions, beautiful thoughts, crazy confessions", said he said.


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