Bernard De La Villardiere
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Bernard De La Villardiere
Bernard de La Villardière
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Bernard de La Villardière (2015)
Born
Bernard Berger de La Villardière

(1958-03-25) 25 March 1958 (age 62)
OccupationJournalist, television presenter, radio presenter
Years active1983-present
Notable credit(s)
Zone Interdite
Enquête exclusive
TelevisionM6 (1998-present)

Bernard Berger de La Villardière (French pronunciation: ​[bna? be d? la vila?dj]; born 25 March 1958)[1] is a French journalist, radio and television presenter.

Early life and education

Bernard de La Villardière was born in Boulogne-Billancourt in the department of Hauts-de-Seine. He is from a middle class but non-noble family and has three brothers : Jean, François (born in 1963 who founded Business Interactif)[2] and Philippe. He graduated in political science at the Paris West University Nanterre La Défense[1] and in public law.[3] He also graduated in journalism at the CELSA Paris.[4]

Radio career

Bernard de La Villardière began his career as a reporter on FR3 Puy-de-Dôme in 1983 before joining a local radio in the department of Vendée. In 1987, he participates at the creation of France Info before joining RTL to host the morning news on weekend. In the meantime, during seven years, he divides his time between radio and reporting (Romanian Revolution of 1989, Gulf War, Infected blood scandal)

In 1994, he participates at the creation of the French news channel LCI[5] where he presents the news and the Journal du monde. In 1998, he joins the redaction service of Europe 1 as a chief editor and presenter in the morning.

Television career

In September 1998, Bernard de La Villardière joined the channel M6 to host Zone Interdite, the television program about society broadcast on Sunday created by Patrick de Carolis. From 2001 to 2005, he presents during the same period Ça me révolte on the same channel.

Since 2005, he presents on the same channel Enquête exclusive on Sunday during the second part of the evening, a program about political, economical, social and cultural issues. He did in May 2007 an enquiry about the War in Darfur going over there with journalist Mélissa Theuriau, who succeeded him at Zone Interdite. The program was then broadcast in July 2007 on M6 at Zone Interdite.

Personal life

Bernard de La Villardière is married and has four children,[6] a daughter Caroline born in 1987, and three sons, Marc born in 1988, Rémi born in 1992, and Nicolas born in 1993.[7]

Bibliography

  • L'Anti-drogue ; Toxicos, médecins, magistrats, policiers témoignent, Éditions du Seuil, 1994

References

  1. ^ a b Bernard de la Villardière on actustar.com Archived November 5, 2010, at the Wayback Machine (in French)
  2. ^ François de la Villardiere on Le Journal du Net (in French)
  3. ^ Bernard de la Villardière on securiteroutiere.gouv.fr Archived December 2, 2008, at the Wayback Machine (in French)
  4. ^ Bernard de la Villardière on ozap.com (in French)
  5. ^ Bernard de la Villardière on tele.fluctuat.net Archived August 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine (in French)
  6. ^ Tony Cotte (2 September 2007). "À la rencontre de Bernard de la Villardière, le journaliste choc de M6" (in French). toutelatele.com.
  7. ^ Sarah Merlino (17 March 2014). "Bernard De La Villardière: "je vais être grand-père l'été prochain"" (in French). Gala. Retrieved 2014.

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