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Friday

Huguette Dramatic TV movie by Antoine Garceau (2019), with Line Renaud, Romane Bohringer, Romann Berrux, Miveck Packa, Antoine Chappey. A retired French teacher, Huguette, in the grip of financial difficulties since the death of her husband, falls into precariousness. A nurse at the hospital, her neighbor Marion, in her forties, struggles to reconcile the demands of her job and the education of Rémi, her 15-year-old son, who is failing at school. The paths of the two women cross the day when Marion surprises Huguette sleeping in her car. Evicted from her home, the old lady has nowhere to go. Marion takes her home. Huguette tries to take advantage of the cohabitation to help Rémi pass in general second. But the teenager, keen on computers, has only one idea in mind, to devote himself to his passion and get rid of the cumbersome Huguette… Arte, 9:55 p.m.

Françoise Hardy: Discreet Music, by Émilie Valentin and Matthieu Jaubert. Portrait of Françoise Hardy, former yéyé singer and idol of young people, who has become an elegant pop icon, a perennial influence for many creators. Art, 11:25 p.m.

Saturday

What’s your favorite comedian of the past 20 years? Entertainment. France 2, 10:10 p.m.

The Etruscans: A Mysterious Mediterranean Civilization Civilizations, by Alexis De Favitski. In Corsica, on the site of Lamajone, in Aléria, a team of archaeologists led by Laurent Vidal, from Inrap (National Institute for Preventive Archaeological Research), unearthed, in 2018, 130 Roman tombs in a very beautiful conservation state. The following year, continuing their excavations under the necropolis, they unearthed a burial with a totally different configuration: a hypogeum. The underground tomb contains the remains of a high-ranking Etruscan figure in terms of the personal items that accompanied him on his last journey 2,500 years ago. Art, 9:50 p.m.

30 years of cult shows – 2000-2010 Entertainment-humor. “Everyone is talking about it”, “Le Grand Journal”, “Star Academy”, “Rendezvous in unknown land”, “Koh-Lanta”, “Who wants to earn millions”, “Stars at home”, “My incredible fiancé”, “Popstars”, “Live my life”: these programs evoke many memories shared with family or friends. TF1, 10:10 p.m.

Sunday

Camping 2 Comédie by Fabien Onteniente (2010), with Franck Dubosc, Richard Anconina, Mathilde Seigner, Claude Brasseur. Jean-Pierre Savelli, an executive in a mutual insurance company in Clermont-Ferrand, learns that his partner wants to take a little distance and take a break from their relationship. To recharge his batteries, Jean-Pierre decides to take a vacation in an unusual place for him. He thus finds himself at the Flots Bleus campsite, near Arcachon. The installation of bungalows disturbs the regulars who arrive, like every year, one after the other. The Pics take possession of their plot, followed by the Gatineaus and Patrick Chirac. The latter was quick to notice Jean-Pierre, who could therefore say goodbye to the tranquility he had come to seek under the pines of the campsite… TF1, 22:15.

The Color of Money Drama by Martin Scorsese (1986), starring Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Helen Shaver, John Turturro. A former billiard champion, jaded and dishonest, tries to win over a young man, of indisputable talent, to his vision of billiards and life. Art, 10:05 p.m.

Monday

Lili Marleen Drama by Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1981), with Hanna Schygulla, Giancarlo Giannini, Mel Ferrer, Karl-Heinz von Hassel. From 1938 until the end of the war, a young German singer becomes by chance the muse of the Hitler regime, while the one she loves, a Jewish musician living in Switzerland, is one of the resistance fighters from the start. Art, 9:50 p.m.

The French history of the Rolling Stones Rock-pop by Raphaëlle Baillot and Élise Le Bivic. Since the 1960s, the Rolling Stones, the incarnation of “sex, drugs and rock’n’roll”, have had a special relationship with France. From the chaotic concert in the Salle Vallier, in Marseille, in 1966, to the recording of Exile on Main Street, their album written under the influence in a villa on the Côte d’Azur, passing by the mythical marriage of Mick Jagger to Saint-Tropez, the British rock band lived through crazy French years. Unpublished images and interviews with collaborators, rock critics and musicians lift the veil on this passionate relationship of the Stones with France. France 5, 10 p.m.

Tuesday

Koh-Lanta, the cursed totem: the reality TV finale. This is the outcome of this incredible adventure of “Koh-Lanta, the cursed totem”. At the start, there were 24 shipwrecked volunteers, and now the adventure is coming to an end. Who will be able to tame the posts? Who will win this long-awaited event and who will appear with the winner before the final jury? TF1, 10:10 p.m.

The other pandemic: antibiotic resistance. Health by Michael Wech. Discovered almost a century ago, antibiotics, providential tools in the fight against bacterial infections, have become an almost commonplace part of everyday life. Thanks to this class of drugs, diseases that were once deadly are now easy to treat. But for how much longer? The molecules on the market have in fact gradually lost their effectiveness in the face of the resistance developed by a large number of pathogens. At the origin of their mutations, an excessive use of antibiotics on the scale of individuals or populations, but also their omnipresence in the environment via intensive agriculture. Art, 9:55 p.m.

Wednesday

Two Dramas by Filippo Meneghetti (2019), with Barbara Sukowa, Martine Chevallier, Léa Drucker. Nina has been in a relationship with Madeleine for years. Madeleine has still not come out to her two children, Anne and Frédéric, in their forties, and she is reluctant to sell her apartment in order to move as a couple to Rome. The two women officially live opposite each other on the same landing, but in reality they live with Madeleine. Their life is turned upside down when the latter is the victim of a cardiovascular accident. Devastated and forced to retreat to her home, Nina tries to interfere under the pretext of neighborhood friendship. Art, 9:55 p.m.

Reminiscence Science fiction by Lisa Joy (2021), with Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson, Cliff Curtis, Thandiwe Newton, Brett Cullen. A private investigator, Nick Bannister, is hired by clients to find their precious memories. During his last affair, he falls madly in love with his client. When he disappears, the detective is distraught and sets out to find him. Canal+, 10:09 p.m.

Thursday

Special Envoy News Magazine. GHB: fear of Saturday night. Express delivery: thoroughly fraud? Prison: lives behind bars. France 2, 10:10 p.m.

But where did the seventh company go? Comedy by Robert Lamoureux (1973), with Jean Lefebvre, Aldo Maccione, Pierre Tornade, Marcelle Ranson-Hervé. Under the fire of the German air force, the 7th company of the 108th signal regiment withdrew into the wood of Bonrepos. Sent for observation in a cemetery located on a nearby hill, Staff Sergeant Chaudard, telephone operator Pithivier and gunner Tassin spotted an enemy armored column. But the telephone wire they unrolled was quickly discovered by German soldiers. And so the entire 7th company fell into enemy hands, with the exception of our three friends who fled into the forest. A peasant driving a cart points them in the direction of the South where they hope to join the French troops. Later, they see Lieutenant Duvauchel come to them, whose plane has been destroyed and whom they welcome into their group. TF1, 10:10 p.m.

FridayHuguette Dramatic TV movie by Antoine Garceau (2019), with Line Renaud, Romane Bohringer, Romann Berrux, Miveck Packa, Antoine Chappey. A retired French teacher, Huguette, in the grip of financial difficulties since the death of her husband, falls into precariousness. A nurse at the hospital, her neighbor Marion, in her forties, struggles to reconcile the demands…

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