Jan 20, 2012 / 10 notes

Paris’ CDG (Charles DGaulle) airport (usually referred to as Roissy here in France because it’s located in the Roissy-en-France region just outside of North-East of Paris) is one of the most transited airports in the world.  Paris’ TV network FRANCE 2 started this program called “Hello, Goodbye” last fall, inspired by one of Beatles‘ songs written by Paul McCartney, is an interesting show that goes to meet random people at the CDG’s Arrival terminals and ask them who they are waiting for to hear their personal stories. Hosted by Pierre Méhu-Didier, the show is not a reality show where the people were casted ahead of time and is simply a show that aims to share each individual story with the public, to get to hear a little segment of different lives in the hustle and the bustle of a busy day at an international airport such as the CDG. Aired everyday Saturday at 2:35 pm on the French television, the 35-minute show is a heartwarming program that we can all relate to at some point in our lives.  If you get to watch the French television, tune in to have a look at this cute little show.


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