“Anne Will” runs today on January 10th, 2021 on ARD. The talker discusses corona vaccine shortages and highly contagious virus mutations. Information on guests and the topic is available here.
Also on this Sunday there is ARD to see a new episode “Anne Will”. In today’s broadcast on January 10, 2021, the presenter addresses the question: “Did the Federal Government and the EU fail to start vaccinations?”
Too little, too slow – the start of the corona vaccination in Germany is heavily criticized. Federal Health Minister Spahn rejects the allegations and defends the government’s actions. Chancellor Angela Merkel has now formed a cabinet committee to speed up the vaccination process. Meanwhile, the number of reported deaths hits a new high. There is also growing concern about coronavirus mutations such as those first discovered in England and South Africa. What do the virus mutations mean for the course of the pandemic and the vaccinations?
These and other questions will be discussed today at “Anne Will”. Here you will find an overview of all guests:
“Anne Will”: These are the guests today on January 10th, 2021
Reiner Haseloff (CDU): Prime Minister of Saxis stop
Manuela Schwesig (SPD): Prime Minister of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Frank Ulrich Montgomery: Chairman of the Board of the World Medical Association
Melanie Brinkmann: Professor of Virology at the Institute for Genetics at the Technical University in Braunschweig
Martin Knobbe: Head of the “Spiegel” capital office
“Anne Will” live on TV & Stream today – repeats in the ARD media library
If you can’t watch “Anne Will” on TV, you will find it here on this page a live stream of the First. However, viewers are not necessarily bound to tune in to the live broadcast date.
Whole episodes of “Anne Will” can be found in the media library of the ARD see it as a repetition.
Talker Anne Will in portrait
Anne Will was born in Cologne in 1966. After studying history, political science and English in Cologne and Berlin, she joined the broadcaster Free Berlin educated.
From 1999 the journalist was the first woman to host the sports show. From 2001 to 2007 she later presented the topics of the day – until she got her own talk show, which has been part of the German television landscape since September 16, 2007. You can read more about Anne Will here in the portrait: Anne Will: The presenter in portrait.
Anne Will manages to get good ratings with her talk show. In an interview with our editorial team at the beginning of the year she also said: “Quota is not important to me. Because I don’t get any pressure that we should have a particularly high quota. “The most important statements from the interview can be found here in the video:
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