Danny Saint-Pierre, Varda-Etienne and Caroline Saint-Hilaire are among the headlines in QUB Radio’s summer programming, which aligns with the warm season that begins with an all-new sunny schedule focused on information and entertainment, starting Monday, June 21.
Before arriving at the new ‘Morning Man’ mic by Philippe Vincent Foissy, in the fall (more specifically on August 16), Danny St-Pierre will accompany us early in the morning for the next eight weeks at QUB.
Curious and enthusiastic, the well-known chef, who has been in the QUB world for a year as a columnist, will speak from 7 am to 10 am on the many social issues that concern him. Our inclusive professionals will not be afraid to assert themselves loud and clear and ask relevant questions, surrounded by quick-witted collaborators, including Richard Martineau, Felix Seguin and Sophie Durocher.
From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Alexandre Dube, nicknamed the “information marathon runner” and political enthusiast, will be breaking the news of the day, accompanied by “heavyweights” of opinion and seasoned voices such as La Gilles Prolex, Yves Daust, Elsie Lefevre and Yasmine Abdel-Fadil. .
Vincent Dessureault will take over at the start of the afternoon. Until 3:00 pm, the journalist and host will also check the files and hot topics of the moment, with the support of such notables as Mathieu Boc Coté, Felix Seguin, Luc Laliberte and Nada Boumftah. Then, when it’s time to go home, from 3pm to 6pm, there are two characters full of confidence and enthusiasm, Etienne Varda and Caroline Saint-Hilaire. Pairing side by side for their daily date, the two ladies who are opposite in mood at first sight, but also similar in many respects invite listeners to follow them in their lively and never boring conversations. Marc-Andre Leclerc, Danny Saint-Pierre, Anis-Gourtin-Lacroix and others will take turns to spark discussions.
As for the weekends, they will be devoted to the best moments of the week, and car manual It runs on Saturday, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., and Sunday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
You can listen to Radio QUB on qub.radio, on the mobile application or on position 601 illico stations. The Quebec digital platform reached a listening record of 1.4 million users this spring between March 1 and May 30, a 4% increase in users compared to spring 2020.