Oprah starts on Apple TV +, with an episode on racism


Apple and Oprah Winfrey announced yesterday that the American TV star will return to the form of her talk show with a new series broadcast on Apple TV +, with the first episodes focusing on racism in the United States.Apple and Winfrey said in a statement that the first episodes of The Oprah Conversation will be broadcast on July 30. Alongside Winfrey, the first episode that will be offered for free on Apple will witness the conclusion of X Kennedy, author of “How To Be Anti-Racist,” the best-selling book, and the two will talk about racism with a group of whites.

“It is time to bring humanity back into dialogue,” Winfrey wrote on Twitter, adding that she hoped to have a “dialogue that would unite us, not divide us.”
The statement said that the new series, which does not have a specific timetable, as “it will discuss influential and relevant topics with wonderful thought leaders from all over the world.” Program episodes will be filmed remotely due to the Corona pandemic, but will include audience interaction.
The program comes on the heels of a period in which the United States has witnessed protests across the country for more than two months against systematic racism.
Note that Oprah concluded its 2011 top-rated daily TV talk show, in which it came up with new perspectives and addressed sensitive topics including incest and sexual assault, as well as interviews with some presidents and celebrities.


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