The journalist was the guest of Thomas Isle Monday morning on Europe 1 in “Culture Médias” to talk about her talk show broadcast on Arte since 2012.
In the shadow of “C à vous” on France 5, “Quotidien” on TMC or even “Touche pas à mon poste!” » on C8, Elizabeth Quin began – on August 28 – its twelfth season with the presentation of “28 minutes” . From Monday to Thursday, from 8:05 p.m. on Arte, the journalist is accompanied by Benjamin Sportouch, Anna Ndiaye, Xavier Mauduit and Marie Bonnisseau. From Friday to Saturday, the weekend edition is presented by Renaud Dély alongside Frédéric Says, Alix Van Pée and Claude Askolovitch. This show deciphering and debating current events has attracted an average of 550,000 viewers since the start of the school year (3% audience share).
Guest Monday morning on “Culture Médias” on Europe 1, Élisabeth Quin spoke with Thomas Isle about this new season at the head of “28 minutes” and was ironic about the choice of the title of his show which actually lasts three quarters of an hour. “Obviously it lasts 28 minutes, why would you want us to be consistent with our name, let’s be unique”joked the journalist. “Everything is true except the title”underlined his interlocutor. “The title is stupid!” When we invented the show , we built everything but we lacked imagination. We called it “28 minutes” because it was 28 minutes at the time. »
Launched in January 2012, “28 minutes” was extended by a dozen minutes from the following school year, making its title obsolete. “We have such pleasure in doing this program on Arte that we left for ten years there”, Elisabeth Quin told us in April 2012. In the space of eleven seasons, the talk show attracted up to 900,000 viewers on average (3.5% PDA), making it a real competitor to the shows broadcast at the same time on France 5, C8 and TMC.