Entertainment: Patrice Laffont: Why did he stop presenting "figures and letters"? The host answers cash

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Patrice Laffont : pourquoi a-t-il arrêté de présenter © Cyril Moreau / Bestimage Patrice Laffont: Why did he stop presenting "figures and letters"? The host responds Cash figures and letters has been broadcast on television since 1972, 50 years. Patrice Laffont was the first presenter of this television game. In an interview with the Parisian Sunday July 31, 2022, he explains why he left the program.

figures and letters is undoubtedly one of the most legendary emissions on the small French screen. Broadcast since 1972, on an idea by Armand Jammot, she still brings together her faithful viewers. At the time, it was the host Patrice Laffont who was in charge of the television game . He presented the program until 1989. Several years later, in 2000, at the death of Armand Jammot, Michèle Cotta, patron of France 2, recalled it to become the new artistic producer of the program. But why had he decided to leave 11 years earlier? " I was bored . I even had a screen installed once to watch Roland-Garros ", he explains Sunday July 31, 2022 in the columns of the Parisian . figures and letters has evolved since the departure of Patrice Laffont. In 2006, the game went from France 2 to France 3. broadcast Monday to Friday from 4:15 p.m., the program, hosted by Laurent Romejko and Arielle Boulin-Prat, will be broadcast only on Saturday and Sunday at 5 p.m. From the start of the school year in September 2022.

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