Louise Bernard and Solène Delinger 10:24 a.m., July 05, 2022

If TF1 and M6 have not announced major changes for next season, France Télévisions is opting for the opposite strategy.

The public audiovisual group is organizing its press conference on Wednesday July 6 to present its new program schedules, partly unveiled by "Le Parisien". 

The France Télévisions press conference takes place on Wednesday but the newspaper

Le Parisien

already reveals some changes to come.

Starting with the return of Caroline Roux: her program

C dans l'air

has been extended.

She takes up the box before, that of

C to say?!

, program which stops after 15 years on the air. 

Thomas Sotto replaces Caroline Roux for her morning interview

The journalist should also resume the political program of France 2, in place of Léa Salamé.

Direct consequence: Caroline Roux would therefore stop her morning interview, the


and it was Thomas Sotto who would replace her, while maintaining the presentation of



Le Parisien

also announces the arrival of a new program on France 5. A one-hour media program with "reports, investigations and interviews on set".

It will be every Sunday at midday.

Another novelty: prime times on France 3 around craftsmen who export their know-how around the world:

The ambassadors of French excellence

>> Find the media newspapers every morning at 9:10 a.m. on Europe 1 as well as in replay and podcast here

Two new programs for Laurent Ruquier

An evening also to celebrate the 30th anniversary of France Télévisions, next September.

With a documentary called

La grande saga de France Télévisions



Le Parisien

unveils Laurent Ruquier's projects: he is going to test two prime-time programs next fall: 

Everything makes us sing

, where singers, comedians or imitators will perform titles related to current affairs, and then a second creation:

Today like yesterday,

which will talk about "current cultural or social facts, through the prism of archive images".

This program is co-produced with Thierry Ardisson.