32. Gün

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32. Gün
Also known as 32. Day
Genre News Programme
Country of origin Turkey
Original language(s) Turkish
Broadcast
Original channel TRT 1 (1985-1992)
atv (1995)
Show TV (1992-1995) (1995-1998)
CNN Türk (1999-2005)
Kanal D (1999) (2005-present)
Original run 1985 – present
External links
Website

32. Gün (English: 32. Day, 32nd Day) is a Turkish national and international television news show. Launched in 1985 by Mehmet Ali Birand,[1] it is Turkey's longest-running and most influential news programme. Originally aired on TRT 1 (1985 - 1992), it then moved to private channels, moving home several times. It has aired on Kanal D since 2005.

Contributors to 32. Gün include Rıdvan Akar, Cüneyt Özdemir, Can Dündar, Mithat Bereket, Serdar Akinan, Çiğdem Anad, Deniz Arman, Kerem Şenel, Utku Başar and Günel Cantak.

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