MONTREAL – Here are some suggestions of shows and movies to watch on tv on French-language channels on Monday, 29 June:
Anaïs Favron meets Lilo, a female great dane, and her baby, Zelda. Mathieu discovers why the marmot is associated with the arrival of spring and the repetition. For its part, Silvi learn more about raccoons raccoon and foxes. Monday, 11: 30 a.m., Télé-Québec.
Rory Jansen (Bradley Cooper) is a young novelist talent who tries, without success, to penetrate the literary circles of New York. In an old briefcase found in a junk shop he finds a manuscript autobiographical lost. He decides to return to his or her account. The success is immediate. Rory relishes his success until the true author of the manuscript (Jeremy Irons) will re-emerge. Monday, 14 h, ICI Radio-Canada Télé.
“Write his life”
In this series, Janette Bertrand, invites the seniors to start writing their autobiography. She offers workshops and guide them in their actions. This week, Janette prompt to identify the pleasures of old age. Monday, 18 h, MAtv.
“Sweet and salty”
Charles Lafortune is the guest of Patrice Bélanger. Together they will not only revisit his career as an actor and facilitator, but Charles will also take the opportunity to talk about his many upcoming projects and his recent move. On his side, Félix-Antoine Tremblay invites chez Guylaine Tremblay. Monday, 18: 29, VAT.
“Picasso, inventory of a life “
His death, on April 8, 1973, Pablo Picasso left an artistic legacy is huge. Near 50 000 original works (paintings, drawings, sculptures, pottery, frescoes,…) will be listed during the following three years so that an inventory of its production must be established. Monday, 20 h, Planet.
“Sexual revolutions : re-invent the love”
The late 1960’s and early 1970 are the theatre of a sexual revolution without precedent that has left a lasting impression on the conscience, transformed the company and helped to transform the laws towards greater acceptance, and less discrimination. Monday, 22 h, TV5.
After killing a colleague corrupted, the detective Marceau (Gildor Roy) resigns without being accused. Believing his life endangered, he commits Camille (Céline Bonnier), a young apprentice police refused to his inability to shoot people. Monday, 22: 35, Cinépop.