The star animators of QUB radio will be shown on television from Thursday on the new special channel QUB, which will welcome Mathieu Bock-Côté into its troops. The 43-year-old columnist, essayist, sociologist and intellectual will host his own show live from Paris every morning from 8 a.m.
Mathieu Bock-Côté, who has already worked with QUB Radio, will lead a 60-minute program simply titled “Bock-Côté”.
He will present his point of view on current events and welcome guests from Quebec and Europe. In addition, Alexandre Dubé will take part in this “first transatlantic broadcast” in the history of QUB and Emmanuelle Latraverse will analyze the news.
Mathieu Bock-Côté has been a columnist for Le Journal de Montréal and Le Journal de Québec for years and takes part in the programs La Joute and Le Bilan on LCN. He also hosts the podcast “Ideas Lead the World”.
Same content on TV
The new specialist channel QUB, which deals with public affairs and social issues, will, like its big radio sister, be a place for “thinking, debating and sharing”.
Alexandre Dubé, Mathieu Bock-Côté, Richard Martineau, Benoit Dutrizac, Yasmine Abdelfadel, Sophie Durocher and Mario Dumont will take turns during the week starting at 6 a.m.
In the evening we offer a roundup of the best content from 6 p.m. and on the weekend listeners and viewers can follow original recorded programs such as Le Guide de l'Auto as well as a business meeting with Francis Gosselin and Philippe Richard Bertrand.
With its arrival on television, QUB replaces the youth channel Yoopa, which was broadcast for 14 years. From now on, children in Club illico can enjoy content that is specifically tailored to them.
QUB and QUB radio program during the week:
• Alexandre Dubé from 6 a.m
• Mathieu Bock-Côté from 8 a.m
• Richard Martineau from 9 a.m
• Benoit Dutrizac from 11:30 a.m
• Yasmine Abdelfadel from 2 p.m
• Sophie Durocher from 3 p.m
• Mario Dumont from 4 p.m