The death of controversial publisher Michel Brûlé last year in a bicycle accident in Brazil took many people by surprise. Targeted by allegations of sexual misconduct, the man had already evaded justice and some then thought that he had falsely made believe in his death. In the new six-episode podcast, Tomber: Michel Brûlé, author India Desjardins looks at the life and death of the founder of Les Intouchables editions. "What kind of life do you have to have lived for people not to believe you're dead?" she asks in this captivating audio series.
► Where: on the Radio-Canada OHdio app
- Raphael Gendron-Martin
The 2021-2022 season of the Orchester symphonique de Montréal is over. The ensemble offers, via webcast, a concert recorded on May 10, where it performs, under the direction of Rafael Payare, Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 7. A work of about sixty minutes, created in 1884, where we find two huge octobasses. This symphony allowed Bruckner to be recognized as a great composer. It's airing until June 21.
► Where: Osm.ca
- yves leclerc
Did you miss the excellent Secret Classified series? Or was the torture of waiting a whole week between each episode torturing you too much? Now is the time to get started since the first season is now broadcast in catch-up on addikTV. Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin and Patrick Labbé shine in the skin of secret agents with a troubled past – and allegiances –. Action scenes, betrayals, state secrets and a deliciously sinuous plot make this one of the best series of its kind to have ever been made in Quebec. A must see.
► Where: on request on addikTV
- Bruno lapointe