Anything can happen on TV

Anything can happen on TV
Anything can happen on TV

The radio show Everything can happen, presented live on Saturdays on ICI Première from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. by Marie-Louise Arsenault, will be adapted for television. This caustic event dedicated to information in all its forms will also be broadcast on Saturday evening on ICI RDI.


Posted at 12:18 p.m.

“It’s been in the works for several months,” Marie-Louise Arsenault told The Press. This idea came from news people who had a talk show project in mind. In January they came back strongly. It is truly an act of love. They love the sets we create. The vibe is very good. I find it carrying energy. »

Everything can happen is a major magazine that deals with social, political and cultural issues, brilliantly hosted by a passionate host, said Luce Julien, general director of information. This show represents a valuable asset for ICI RDI’s weekend programming. »

For her part, Caroline Jamet, General Director of Audio and Radio, is delighted that this ICI Première show, which quickly attracted many fans, is offered in a different setting. “ Everything can happen became, from its first season, a flagship show. It is with great pride that we welcome the opportunity to increase its influence on ICI RDI. »

Produced on the radio by Marie-France Lemaine, Everything can happen addresses the essential subjects of cultural, social, political and sporting news in a sometimes electric atmosphere. Thanks to its host, listeners are treated to astonishing moments, close exchanges and lots of bursts of laughter. The house orchestra, led by bassist Paul Charles, will of course be there, as will the many collaborators and columnists.

Everything can happen will be presented on a delayed basis on Saturday evenings on ICI RDI starting October 12.

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