“Chilly Gonzales: a very chilly christmas”: The eccentric Canadian pianist tackles the tradition of the Christmas show, in bathrobe and slippers, for a crazy recital with distinguished guests, also in disguise. Friday, December 23 at 1:20 a.m. on Arte.
“The Triumphant Idol Tour”: The stars of the song of the years 1960-1970-1980, Annie Cordy, Hervé Villard, Michel Delpech, Demis Roussos, Michèle Torr, Chico and the Gypsiesn sing their successes live. Wednesday, December 28 at 9:20 p.m. on C8.
“New Year’s Concert”: The unmissable event for lovers of the Strauss family, broadcast live from the golden hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. At the helm this year is Austrian chef Franz Welser-Möst. An unmissable classic. Sunday January 1 at 11:15 a.m. on France 2.
“Small dishes in balance Special end-of-year recipes”: To do to salivate young and old, from aperitif to dessert, Laurent Mariotte has concocted ten accessible recipes, such as chicken with citrus fruits and Christmas spices or the rolled log without cooking. From Friday 23 December to Sunday 1er January before and after 1 p.m., in the evening at 8:50 p.m., on TF1.
“A Christmas to chew on in Alsace”: Program combining cuisine, decoration and song for a magical lunch led by André Manoukian, in the company of gastronomic columnist André Müller, responsible for concocting a festive menu worthy of the Alsatian tradition. Alongside them, food stylist Ève Cardi and singers Élodie Frégé and Claudio Capéo. Sunday December 25 at 3:15 p.m. on France 3.
“Raymond Devos at the Olympia”: Rebroadcast of the last show by the king of puns, Raymond Devos, who died in 2006, recorded at the Olympia in Paris in 1999. Both mime and storyteller, he captivates with his way of handling words with elegance and intelligence. Saturday December 24 at 9 p.m. on Comédie +.
“Animal Instinct”: Perrine Crosmary and Diego Buñuel take actress Julie de Bona on an experience of reconnecting with nature with wild animals in Tanzania. Moving and instructive. Tuesday, December 27 at 9:10 p.m. on France 2.
“The Conquest of the Moon: The Whole Story”: Fascinating series of documentaries by Robert Stone in immersion behind the scenes of the lunar conquest: unpublished archives, unknown anecdotes, rich testimonies. Not to miss. Saturday, December 31 from 8:55 p.m. on Arte.
“Fairies of the Monte-Carlo circus”: The tradition of the circus program for the end of year celebrations is respected with this dive into the best acts of the prestigious Monte-Carlo festival. A feast for the eyes. Friday, December 30 at 9:10 p.m. on France 3.
“Once upon a time “Champs Élysées” from 1986 to 1990”: A look back at the best moments of Michel Drucker’s cult show which hosted no less than 3,000 artists. “It was the Oscars every Saturday,” jokes the host. Wednesday December 28 at 9:10 p.m. on France 3.
“The greatest magicians in the world: the Golden Mandrakes”: Like every year, the Aces of Magic meet for the presentation of the equivalent of the Oscars for this discipline. Amazing tricks between illusions, mentalism and humor. Sunday 1er January at 9:15 p.m. on C8.
“Josephine Guardian Angel – Foolproof”: New episode with Mimie Mathy and Ingrid Chauvin. Joséphine will try to appease a family in the midst of conflict. Love and good resolutions as usual. Monday December 26 at 9:10 p.m. on TF1.
“Candice Renoir – Each one directs the water towards his mill”: This detective series will not be entitled to an 11e season but to special episodes like this. Candice and Antoine’s trip to Corsica turns into a nightmare. Friday, December 30 at 9:10 p.m. on France 2
“Mary Poppins”: A mythical and timeless Disney production with real flesh and blood characters with Julie Andrews as the ideal nanny who dances, plays and sings. An ode to happiness. Sunday, December 25 at 8:05 p.m. on W9.
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Television: the programs to see on your screens this end of the year