Sandrine Treiner took the lead of France Culture in September 2015.
A graduate of Contemporary History from Sciences Po Paris (1987), shestartedherprofessionalcareerin 1986 workingat the French newspaper Le Monde (literary and broadcasting service).
In 1998, Sandrine Treiner joined France 3 TV channel. She was the editor-in-chief and co-producer of the radio programme Un livre, un jour, presented by Olivier Barrot, until 2008, as well as an editorial counseller and assistant editor for the weekly radio programme entitled Ce soir ou jamais, and presented by Frédéric Taddeï, from 2006 to 2009.
In 2009, she joined France 24 TV channel as the editor-in-chief for the cultural magazines, writers’ interviews and debates. She also participated in the programme Le Cercle Littéraire on Canal + Cinéma. In August 2010, she was a columnist for literature and cinema at La grande table, a programme by Caroline Broué and Hervé Gardette, before being nominated as Programme counseller along with Olivier Poivre d’Arvor in October 2010.In 2011, shebecame Deputy director in charge of editorial content at France Culture.
Sandrine Treiner published in 2013 L’Idée d’une tombe sans nom at Editions Grasset.
She is the author of several books, among which La saga Servan-Schreiber (Le Seuil – 1993), La pilule, et après ? Deux générations face au contrôle des naissances (Stock – 1996), the Livre noir de la condition des femmes (coordination and co-author with Christine Ockrent (XO – 2006), and various literary anthologies Le Goût d’Odessa, Le Goût de l’Amour, and Le Goût de l’Amitié (Mercure de France – 2005, 2008, 2010).
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