After losing his show at 98.5 FM, Paul Haut is moving to Radio-Canada.
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ICI Premiere listeners can hear him on Fridays on Patrick Musbourian’s morning show. He will have his first surgery on September 2.
It’s a reunion of Paul Haut and Patrick Musbourian. Both were among the collaborators of the liturgy The world ends at 7 p.m At TQS in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Paul Hout’s arrival was announced at the launch of ICI Premiere programming on Monday. Paul Haut has left 98.5 FM after a 15-year association. Cogeco Media did not renew the station’s contract.
Among other new features of the ICI premiere, note that Raymond Saint-Pierre, Edith Cochrane and Isabelle Brouillet joined Penelope McQuade’s group of collaborators at the matinees.
Two new afternoon meetings, day (still young) And Culture is always there, will air on September 5. Hosted by Jean-Philippe Wauthier, the first airs weekdays from 1pm to 1:30pm. Olivier Niquet will participate every day, while Jean-Sébastien Girard will be there “on occasion”.
Led by Emilie Perrault, the second project will address literature, but also creation in all its forms. The host will be surrounded by “cultural buffs,” including comedian Mariana Mazza, journalist Claudia LaRochelle and author Heather O’Neill.
We should also mention the launch on Tuesday, September 6 of a new weekly literary program titled Tell me what you read, hosted by Karyne Lefebvre. On Wednesdays, Stephen Leclair will be at the helm Great interviewsThen on Thursdays, Paul Journet and Rose-Aimee Autumn D. Morin will drive Crazy ideas.
Over the weekend, Marie-Louise Arsenault will present her new talk show, Anything can happen, starting on Saturday, September 10 at 4 p.m. Collaborators include Jean-Philippe Cipriani, Anne Dorval, Nicolas Pham, Irdens Exantus, Raed Hammoud, Mathieu Belisle, Manal Drissi and Martine St-Victor.
Catherine Perrin presides Green lightA program dedicated to the environment, this Sunday at 3 pm.
Saturday, September 4 marks the arrival Johnny BBQ, a well-cooked car piloted by Jean-Sébastien Girard at 5 p.m. Arnaud Soly, Pierre-Yves Roy-Desmarais, Mariana Mazza, Yannick de Martino, Marie-Lyne Joncas and Michelle Desrochers will undergo trauma treatment this fall. For her part, Rebecca Maconnon will drive the 6 p.m. Oil on the fire, which is described as an hour of “no-holds-barred” discussions. Around the host will be Christian Charette, Catherine Ethier, Sophie Furon, Sarah-Maud Beauchesne and Vanessa Destiney.
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