Thalassa (TV series)

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Thalassa boat.jpg
The boat-studio of the issue on the quays in Paris
Genre Documentary
Presented by Fanny Agostini (2017-)
Georges Pernoud (1980-2017)
Country of origin France
Original language(s) French
Running time 90 minutes
Original network France 3
Original release September 27, 1975 – present

Thalassa is a French documentary television series, broadcast for a long time every Friday at 8:50 pm on France 3 and presented by Georges Pernoud. Since September 2017, it is presented by Fanny Agostini and it is broadcast once by month on Monday at 8:55 pm alternating with other discovery programs, including Faut pas rêver, another show created by Georges Pernoud. The documentary is produced by France Télévisions. The show is also broadcast on TV5 Monde and it is subtitled in six languages, including English.

It is entirely focused on the sea (θάλασσα, thálassa in Ancient and Modern Greek) – geography, ecology, fishing, transportation, and yachting.

It is one of the oldest French TV series still running (together with Des chiffres et des lettres).[citation needed] It started on September 27, 1975 and is still one of the most prominent TV programs in France.[citation needed]

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