"The people of ITER" on local TV
Meet Hang Wang and his wife Lina. Join them as they walk through the stalls of the Saturday market in Manosque. Visit them in their home and hear them talk about their experience of living in France. And have tea with the Gupta family and their two young children Divyansh and Digant.
Then stay tuned as Shawn Simpson, from Agence Iter France, talks about the French Intercultural program she's responsible for, and share an French lesson on "the subjunctive" with Sashiko Ishizaka.
"The people of ITER" is the sixth episode in the TLP-TV series "ITER, une énergie pour notre avenir." The series began airing in March 2009 and has registered as one of the greatest hits in TLP-TV history.
Each episode airs an average of 36 times over a two-week period and can also be viewed on the TLP-TV website. "When we began filming this series almost a year ago," says Sébastien Galaup, TLP-TV Program Director, "most people in the region had only a very vague idea of what ITER was about. I think we've definitely contributed to a better understanding of the project."
Sébastien thinks it is very important to show the ITER people in their daily life. "It makes the viewers realize they are people, just like us, not some kind of strange species coming from another planet ..."
"The people of ITER" will begin airing on TLP this Friday, 5 February, at 6:00 p.m. on the Terrestrial Digital Network (TNT). It will be broadcast on Saturday 6, at 7:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; on Sunday 7, at 2:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 8:00 p.m.; and everyday at a different hour over the following two weeks.
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