Another show with interviews and no live music, but the twist was that it was imported from France, complete with its host Antoine de Caunes.
Starting on BBC1 in a late night slot the host stood almost motionless in front of
a white background with letters from the shows' title around him. He spoke fluent
English, but chose to speak with a stereotypical French drawl. He would appear between
each article and introduce the next one for which Radio One's Lisa I'Anson would
do the actual voice-
The show would later transfer over to BBC2’s schedule under the Def II banner.
Like Wired on Channel 4 the show would be remembered as much if not more so for its
opening credit sequence. Designer Jean-
de Caunes would later return to our screens in a post 1992 Eurozone with Eurotrash on Channel 4 made by his Rapido Television which made many shows throughout the nineties for Channel 4 and make Graham Norton a star.