Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, Minister of Culture, expresses his emotion at the announcement of the death of Jean-Yves Lambert, known as Jean-Yves Lafesse.

He participated in the creative effervescence of free radios such as Carbone 14 and Radio Nova. It is there that he made his first weapons and proved himself master in the art of telephone hoaxes, which become thanks to him real theatrical sceneries, captivating and funny. He creates recurring characters, which flourish in the gentle madness of the stories he invents, with an incomparable talent to bounce back on the reactions of those he traps with benevolence.

The French public, always fond of self-deprecation, takes to the air its hidden, gritty, tender and highly inventive cameras.

Eager to meet his audience, he also proposed several single-stage that met with great success.

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Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin extends her sincere condolences to her loved ones.