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Le Grand Jury (The Great Jury) is a French political broadcast of RTL, the main generalist radio network in France. Since 1994, it is also broadcast on LCI, a TV news channel. It took place evening Sundays at 6.30. During one hour, a politician, an employer or a tade unionist is interviewed by journalists of RTL, LCI and of a newspaper. The partner of the broadcast was Le Monde then Le Figaro since 2005. In 1987, interviewed in Le Grand Jury, the National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen said "the holocaust is a detail of the history of the Second World War".

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  • Le Grand Jury (The Great Jury) is a French political broadcast of RTL, the main generalist radio network in France. Since 1994, it is also broadcast on LCI, a TV news channel. It took place evening Sundays at 6.30. During one hour, a politician, an employer or a tade unionist is interviewed by journalists of RTL, LCI and of a newspaper. The partner of the broadcast was Le Monde then Le Figaro since 2005. In 1987, interviewed in Le Grand Jury, the National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen said "the holocaust is a detail of the history of the Second World War".
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  • Le Grand Jury (The Great Jury) is a French political broadcast of RTL, the main generalist radio network in France. Since 1994, it is also broadcast on LCI, a TV news channel. It took place evening Sundays at 6.30. During one hour, a politician, an employer or a tade unionist is interviewed by journalists of RTL, LCI and of a newspaper. The partner of the broadcast was Le Monde then Le Figaro since 2005. In 1987, interviewed in Le Grand Jury, the National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen said "the holocaust is a detail of the history of the Second World War". In 2002, the Workers' Struggle spokesperson Arlette Laguiller cried during the broadcast when a former trotskyst militant was evoked by the journalists. Currently, the interviewers are (RTL), Pierre-Luc S├ęguillon (LCI) and (Le Figaro).
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