Another prominent conversation partner for Caren Miosga (54): Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selenskyj (46) is a guest on the second edition of her new political talk show named after her. The conversation can be seen on Sunday, January 28th at 9:45 p.m. on Das Erste. The broadcaster also announced that Caren Miosga had the conversation with Volodymyr Zelenskyj in Kiev.

On Sunday, “Caren Miosga” will deal with the question of whether Ukraine can still win the war and what role Germany and the federal government are playing in this, it is said. The SPD chairman Lars Klingbeil (45), the Eastern Europe expert from the Science and Politics Foundation, Sabine Fischer (born 1969), and Vassili Golod (30), head of the ARD studio in Kiev, are moderator Caren’s other discussion partners Miosga.

After the first edition of the new show on January 21st, Caren Miosga and her team were pleased with a successful debut. 4.40 million tuned in when, after the “crime scene”, the host spoke with Friedrich Merz (68) on the topic “Merz is realigning the CDU – will Germany’s future be conservative?” spoke. The last edition of the previous show “Anne Will” (2007-2023) at the beginning of December attracted 3.35 million people to the screens.

It’s not just on Sunday evening that there’s a change on the first: the ARD political talk “hard but fair” with presenter Louis Klamroth (34) is also celebrating an official restart, as the station just announced. The new concept will be implemented next Monday, January 29th, after the winter break. The broadcast, which is responsible for WDR, will then focus even more on the dialogue with citizens, it said in a statement.