“Markus Lanz” is one of the best-known talk shows on German television. The host of the same name has hosted the show since 2008 and received criticism for his moderating style, especially in the early years. Over time, however, he has become one of the most important German talk show hosts in Germany and has been producing his own TV shows with the production company mhoch2 since 2011. Among his guests are the country's best-known politicians, the country's best-known leaders. The German economy and currently the most popular factions and their representatives. But his show also regularly features important people from the arts and culture scene and the press.
Markus Lanz welcomes his guests at different times on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday later in the evening
ZDF. He has already criticized his home station ZDF for the fact that the start times of the talk show can vary widely, but the talk show still has stable ratings.
Markus Lanz: Today's guests
The following guests will be present this Tuesday, February 6 at 10:45 p.m.:
Tino Chrupalla, co-chairman of the AfD
He explains his party's economic and socio-political concepts and explains how the AfD would govern in East Germany in the event of successful state elections.
Franziska Klemenz, journalist
“Table.Media” political expert analyzes Chrupalla's work and role in AfD.
Claus Ruhe Madsen, CDU politician
Schleswig-Holstein's Minister of Economy, Transport, Labour, Technology and Tourism talks about the challenges facing Germany as a business location.
Lukas Rietzschel, writer
The best-selling author interviewed 100 people from his hometown of Görlitz and the surrounding area and turned it into a play. He paints a picture of mood.
“Markus Lanz” runs Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at various times and is then available in the media collection.
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The original of this article “Markus Lanz: These are the guests on February 6” comes from TV Spielfilm.