Christophe Hondelatte

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Christophe Hondelatte (born 17 December 1962 in Bayonne, France) is a French television and radio host who has worked for BFMTV since fall 2014.[1]

In 1984, Hondelatte graduated from the Institute of Political Studies of Bordeaux.[2]

Between 1985 and 1988, Hondelatte worked for several Radio France stations.[2] He left public service in 1990 to present for RTL,[2] which he quit on 15 May 2012.[3] He was the host of France 2's Faites entrer l'accusé.

Hondelatte and BFMTV colleague Jean-Jacques Bourdin have been described as a "duo of shock".[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (French) [1] Hondelatte's official website
  2. ^ a b c (French) [2] from Raphaël Weckerlé et Jérôme Roulet of Toutelatele.com, 22
  3. ^ (French) RTL, le monde se refera sans lui
  4. ^ Boussaingault, Gilles (22 September 2014). "Christophe Hondelatte : « Ma dépression est derrière moi »". Le Figaro.