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|Also known as||32. Day|
|Country of origin||Turkey|
|Original network||TRT 1 (1985–1992)
Show TV (1992–1995) (1995–1998)
CNN Türk (1999–2005)
Kanal D (1999) (2005–present)
|Original release||1985 – present|
32. Gün (English: 32. Day, 32nd Day) is a Turkish national and international television news show. Launched in 1985 by Mehmet Ali Birand, 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 Ali Kırca, Coşkun Aral, Cenk Başlamış, Ahmet Sever, Bülent Çaplı, Rıdvan Akar, Cüneyt Özdemir, Can Dündar, Mithat Bereket, Çiğdem Anad, Deniz Arman, Ayfer Dedekorkut, Serdar Akinan, Kerem Şenel, Utku Başar and Günel Cantak.
- Mehmet Ali Birand (2005), 20 Yılın Perde Arkası 32. Gün ("Behind the Scenes of 20 Years of 32. Day"), Doğan Kitap
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