Nedjeljom u dva
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|Nedjeljom u dva|
|Also known as||Sundays at Two|
|Presented by||Aleksandar Stanković|
|Country of origin||Croatia|
|Production company(s)||Croatian Radiotelevision|
|Original network||HRT 1|
|Original release||8 October 2000– present|
The hour-length show usually features a single guest related to an important political, cultural or economic event that came to light during that week. Each edition usually starts with a brief segment introducing the person featured in the show, before turning into an almost hour-long interview between Stanković and his guest, usually broadcast live from an HRT studio in Zagreb.
The show, which first aired on 8 October 2000 with Ivo Sanader as guest, underwent some format changes throughout the years. Initially the show had several other journalists joining Stanković during the interview. These were gradually dropped and the show turned into an hour-long one-on-one interview. For a period, the show also had a small studio audience composed of journalism students who were allowed to ask additional questions in the show's final part. The show also used to have phone-in polls with questions related to the current guest. Some editions were also taped beforehand in other locations.
Nedjeljom u dva quickly became one of the most popular HRT shows, mostly due to Stanković taking a polemical approach towards his guests. Notable guests include Zdravko Mamić, Zoran Milanović, Lepa Brena, Slavoj Žižek, Toni Kukoč, Rambo Amadeus, Ivo Josipović, Mira Furlan, Let 3, Boris Tadić, Ivan Gašparovič, Gari Kasparov, Emir Kusturica and Mirko Filipović.
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