At the controls of “19/20” and “Roots and Wings”, a journalist from France 3 leads a debate during the evening on the thirty-year fight against the AIDS virus on Monday 30 November at 23:25.
“The World Doesn’t End With a Covid Emergency”
“When we are fighting the epidemic, we should not forget about other battles that are just as important. We were stripped of Sidaction tonight, and World AIDS Day, December 1, will be challenged by Covid figures, but there are 6,000 HIV infections every year! People are being mobilized to search for a vaccine and to improve treatment. The evening of thirty years of fighting HIV finds its place the more so because we are in the public service. The world doesn’t stop with a Covid emergency.
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“It’s worth explaining the matter”
“This anniversary evening starts with 120 beats per minute . This powerful film is a photograph of the society of that time and the struggle waged by the Act Up association in the early 1990s. There is energy to live, to fight, to history, love, friendship, where death is approaching. We were dying of AIDS and life expectancy was short. We had to move fast and get power, laboratories and the public. It helps to clearly define where we started from and how we did things. “
“Exceptional Reborn Masterpieces”
“We had some ideas for Roots and Wings themes. We wanted to go back to the Notre-Dame construction site and then do another number in Venice, which is struggling with rising waters. But given health constraints, we decided to do something special for these masterpieces that are reborn after a fire or disaster. Chartres Cathedral suffered a very large fire in the 19th century and we tried to understand how architects thought about this Renaissance at that time, using modern materials and respecting the history of the monument. “
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“It’s hard to always renew”
“We could have returned to Notre-Dame when they were urgently removing the scaffolding. And we witnessed the removal of an organ covered in lead dust. It’s hard to always renew and find topics that will allow your magazine to restart. Over the years, Patrick Charles, who is our memory and our guide, has developed this concept. We approach the topics we come back to from a different perspective as often problems have evolved over time, the people who were responsible for things are gone and have been replaced. “
“Providing information while maintaining positive results”
“I always have a lot of fun presenting 19/20 because it’s the news that constantly renews it, even if it’s very heavy right now. Every time you have to try to think about how in this dark period when some people go into uncertainty, we can still bond with our parents and friends. How am I supposed to relate to the news by including something positive in it and giving reasons to believe it? This fascinates me: everything that happens in the market with a newspaper team! “
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“Good luck to Marie-Sophie Lacarrau”
“Marie-Sophie Lacarrau’s start was very quick. This is a new adventure. She probably wanted to challenge herself. She is a very talented and very human woman and I wish her good luck. I remember with great pleasure presenting the news from France 2 at 1pm with Rachid Arhab (1998 to 2000, ed.). But I am very happy to present 19/20. I believe it’s one in the morning. We are at the level of people, territories, but we are able to cover greater distances. “
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