Télématin and version presented by William Leymergie was an institution. For viewers, faithful for decades for some (the issue date of 1985), the change is brutal.
But if the arrival of Laurent Bignolas to lead the morning program on France 2 disturb fans of the show behind their positions, teams, too, had their habits both professionally and humanly.
From this Monday, July 3, Laurent Bignolas took control of "Télématin" from 6:30. It was therefore not expected to return to appropriate his new position. This first contact with the reporters and viewers will last two weeks. Then Laurent Bignolas leave on vacation, and he will make his return true at the same time everyone on TV (and in the playground as well).
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So why have insisted on presenting Télématin fifteen days? In an interview with our colleagues from Paris, Laurent Bignolas explains this choice: "It used to take my marks in continuity and to help the team, surprised by the departure of William, to turn the page".
He, for his part, has already moved on: "No. I like to accumulate different experiences. Télématin is a nice product and it's a pleasure to do something else."
We'll know before long time if the hearings are suffering or not the departure of William Leymergie. Laurent Bignolas meanwhile still has a few weeks to take over completely.
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