The oldest of the radio games, created in 1958, is one of France Inter’s flagship programs. Today, it is the most listened to program of all metropolitan radio stations, broadcast from Monday to Friday between 12:45 pm and 1 pm (more than 600,000 listeners daily). This game recorded in the municipalities of France is based on questions of general culture, all sent by listeners. Following the invitation launched by Stéphane Garnier, mayor of Lacave, to Nicolas Stoufflet, the presenter of the show, the municipality’s candidacy was retained. Also, this Tuesday, November 23, the recordings of five shows will take place in the hall of the town hall of Lacave. The procedure will be as follows: at 5 p.m. (first series of recordings): reception of the first audience and selection of candidates (adults). The selection is made orally by Nicolas Stoufflet.
Adult and youth programs will be filmed in Ariège
The candidates are chosen from the room, among the volunteers who best answer its questions. Recording of two adult shows. Then at 6.30 p.m. (second series of recordings): reception of the second audience and selection of candidates (adults and young people). Two selections are made orally by Nicolas Stoufflet. Recording of three programs (two adults and the “special young” for middle and high school students). After selecting the candidates (for about 30 minutes), the shows are recorded one after the other (for about 1 hour). At the end of the show, the candidates go back on stage, receive their check and gifts. Admission is free, wearing a mask and a valid health pass will be compulsory. Doors open to the public from 4.30 p.m., no reservation or registration possible.
Note that the programs will be broadcast the week of December 13 to 17 on France Inter. It’s time to revise your classics.