Friday 24 November, 5 pm
Caroline Broué is a French radio producer and author. For the past fifteen years, she has been one of French public radio channel France Culture's leading voices on ideas and culture. She has created a number of programmes, from Matins with Nicolas Demorand to Bonnes choses, from La Grande table to Matins du samedi. She helped to create on public channels programmes Ce soir ou jamais France 3 and 28 minutes samedi on Arte. Today, she produces most of A voix nue, France Culture's flagship interview programme, runs a collection of literary non-fiction for Julliard, and writes. She has written a two-voice narrative with Marin Karmitz, Comédies, published by Fayard, and a novel, De ce pas, published by Sabine Wespieser.
As a journalist and writer, Philibert Humm has a penchant for the byways of life. Born in 1991, Philibert Humm is the author, published by Équateurs, of Tour de la France par deux enfants d’aujourd’hui and La Micheline (a guide to unusual cafés), co-written with Pierre Adrian, and has also published Tribulations d’un Français de France (Editions du Rocher). His Roman fleuve was awarded the Prix Interallié 2022.
Paolo Rumiz is an Italian writer and journalist from Trieste, special correspondent for Piccolo and columnist for La Repubblica. An expert on the theme of Heimat and identities in Italy and Europe, he has been following events in the Balkan-Danubian area since 1986. In 2001 he followed the US attack on Afghanistan first from Islamabad and then from Kabul. He won the Hemingway prize in 1993 for his reports from Bosnia and the Max David prize in 1994 as the best Italian correspondent of the year.