Frédéric Taddeï

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Journalist, Television & Radio Host - French

FrenchBorn Frédéric Taddeï

French journalist and television and radio host

Born on January 05, 1961 in Paris , France (61 years)

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Frédéric Taddeï (born 5 January 1961) is a French journalist and television and radio host. He hosted Interdit d'interdire on the French-language version of the Russian state-controlled television network RT from 2018 until 2022, when he resigned shortly before Russia invaded Ukraine out of "loyalty towards France".Taddeï grew up in Boulogne-Billancourt. From 1997 to 2006, he hosted the late night programme Paris Dernière broadcast on the cable television station Paris Première. From 2006 to 2016, Taddeï hosted the cultural talk show Ce soir (ou jamais !) first on France 3 and then on France 2 from 2013, both public television stations. From 2005 to 2011, he also hosted several radio shows on Europe 1.

...   Frédéric Taddeï (born 5 January 1961) is a French journalist and television and radio host. He hosted Interdit d'interdire on the French-language version of the Russian state-controlled television network RT from 2018 until 2022, when he resigned shortly before Russia invaded Ukraine out of "loyalty towards France".Taddeï grew up in Boulogne-Billancourt. From 1997 to 2006, he hosted the late night programme Paris Dernière broadcast on the cable television station Paris Première. From 2006 to 2016, Taddeï hosted the cultural talk show Ce soir (ou jamais !) first on France 3 and then on France 2 from 2013, both public television stations. From 2005 to 2011, he also hosted several radio shows on Europe 1.


Controversies
Taddeï has been criticised by other French journalists and public figures like Caroline Fourest and Patrick Cohen because of his vision of freedom of speech. In his television show Ce soir (ou jamais !) he invited controversial French personalities such as Dieudonné, Alain Soral, Jean Bricmont, and Marc-Édouard Nabe (one of his friends). These figures are accused by their critics of having antisemitic opinions; Taddeï was criticised for giving them a platform, even though no complaints were ever made about anything that was aired in eight years of broadcasting, except when Matthieu Kassovitz expressed his doubts about the 9/11 case. Taddeï and Ce soir (ou jamais !) have been defended by personalities such as Bernard Pivot, Régis Debray and Alain Jacubowicz (president of the LICRA, the French League Against Racism and Antisemitism).


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External links
Ce soir (ou jamais !) (in French)



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