Since 2020, Pauline Clavière has been a journalist and columnist on the set of the daily show “Clique” on Canal+, where she talks about news and literature.
Previously, she worked on the program “C L’Hebdo” on France 5 since 2017 alongside Ali Baddou – every Saturday and Sunday. Passionate about history, she presented the show “Back to the future” along with personalities and experts from the fields of politics, literature, arts, etc.
Pauline graduated from Science Po in International Relations and started as a TV journalist and reporter on BFMTV. She then worked as a reporter, journalist and editor alongside the teams of Radio France Bleu and RMC Découverte.
She was part of the editorial teams – “12.45″ and “19.45” – on M6 TV channel, before joining Stéphane Bern on France 2 with “Visites Privées”, a chronicle on unusual historical places.
She hosted her own radio show “Je rêve, donc je suis” on Europe 1, allowing guests to talk about their dreams via neuroscience.
In 2020, Pauline Clavière started her journey as an author with critically acclaimed first novel “Laissez-nous la nuit” (ed. Grasset), followed by sequel “Les paradis Gagnés” (2022) about inequity and lack of humanity in the prison environment.
Pauline regularly hosts and moderates major events and conferences: BIG Inno Generation, the Usine Extraordinaire (Grand Palais), Neurosciences and Neuromanagement (Grand Palais), The Conference of Mayors (Caisse des Dépôts), Into Days (Cannes), among others.
Pauline Clavière is a UNESCO ambassador and patron to Institut Curie.
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