In this confinement period, here are a few suggestions of productions to watch on tv on French-language channels Friday, April 24.
“Morocco seen from the sky”
This documentary, 80 minutes, directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, in collaboration with Michael Pitiot, offers taken a unique view on the wonderful country of Morocco and recounts the journey of the Franco-Moroccan Ali Baddou. Plains and monuments, farmers and sculptors, blue walls of Chefchaouen and orange sand of Merzouga, the ruins of Volubilis and the solar power plant of Noor: a look at the diversity of Morocco, its spirituality, its traditions and its modernity.
Friday, 10 h, Escape.
There is not so long ago, before the COVID-19 strikes, the theft of our personal data raised havoc often in the news. In an episode aired last fall, and rebroadcast Friday, “free Zone” was interested in the fact that six million customers of Capital One bank, three million Desjardins members and 23 000 employees at Revenu Québec were to steal their confidential information.
Friday, 14 h, Télé-Québec.
Nothing stops the chef and food critic Andrew Zimmern on his quest for exotic flavors and specific. This time, its round-the-world culinary stops in Senegal, where he enjoyed the sea snails which look like small brains, and heads of lambs roasted. Between an output of the fishery, a harvest of sea salt and a traditional meal with a local family, our explorer immerse yourself in west african culture and its flavors of zebu meat, fish, dehydrated and conch fermented.
Friday, 15 h, Zest.
Lucas against Beyer
This was a pivotal moment in the history of boxing: the defeat controversial Eric Lucas in the face of Markus Beyer (now deceased), Germany, on April 5, 2003. It is in this battle of the world championship for super-ways of the WBC that the Québécois lost its title. A defeat that had enraged and overturned several.
Friday, 19 h, TVA Sports.
Thanks to a box of candles in birthday magic, a teenager, who is celebrating 16 years of age (Debby Ryan) sees all his wishes come true.
Friday, 20: 30, Yoopa
One of the more recent works of Steven Spielberg, released in 2018, with Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks. In 1972, the “Washington Post” acquires the evidence of the false propaganda of the u.s. government about the war in Vietnam. While the editor-in-chief wants to publish this information, the director of the newspaper, she hesitates, for reasons political, economic, and judicial. The defence of a free press is opposed to the interest of president Nixon.
Friday, 20 h, ICI Radio-Canada Télé.
“The black list”
Several children have been abducted in similar circumstances. The special unit must quickly identify the kidnapper before the worst occurs. Red (James Spader) searching for a man able to find anything, while Liz (Megan Boone) is considering making the peace.
Friday, 21 h, VAT.