Last Night’s Talk Shows on 1 April 2021
Leading coverage on the airwaves last night: The “royal procession” that will see the transfer of 22 mummies from Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat this Saturday, 3 April. The procession will be broadcast on 220 international television channels in 60 countries, Tourism Minister Khaled El Anany told Yahduth fi Misr’s Sherif Amer (watch, runtime: 3:41). The mummies will be on display and open to visits as of Sunday, 18 April, after the completion of any necessary restoration, El Anany noted. Ahmed Ghoneim, the museum’s supervisor, phoned in to Al Hayah Al Youm to detail the final touches and preparations for the ceremony (watch, runtime: 6:48).
Also on the airwaves last night:
- Former Prime Minister Kamal El Ganzouri’s death and his funeral, which President Abdel Fattah El Sisi led yesterday, earned airtime. (Ramy Radwan on Masaa DMC | watch, runtime: 2:34)
- The New Delta reclamation project will be key for Egypt’s food security, Agriculture Ministry spokesperson Mohamed El Kersh said. (Lobna Assal on Al Hayah Al Youm | watch, runtime: 30:03)