Since 2012, Grand Public is a France 2 weekly cultural programme.
Cultural news is decrypted through 7 rubrics: Immersion, investigation, history, phenomenon, fun and futile. From January 2015, Grand Public has been broadcast in a 3 minutes’ format.
Grand Public welcomes guests every week from the world of culture. Seven subjects are presented, punctuated with reports around the following themes: cinema, literature, dance, music and exhibitions. The first show invited guests like Lambert Wilson, the writer Jean-Christophe Grangé and the comedians Michèle Laroque and Pierre Palmade; two reports on the artist Andy Warhol and “La Guerre des Prix Litteraires” were also broadcast, and the last part of the show presented cross portraits of Jean Dujardin and Omar Sy with the underlying question: “Does Hollywood need French actors today?”
- Airing Time : every Friday at 8:45pm
- Broadcasting Channel : France 2
- Presenter : Aïda Touihri
- Producer : Black Dynamite prod
- Format: 52mn for seasons 1 to 3. 3mn since January 2015. /li>