State show

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The National Show are TV programs of SWR , from Monday to Friday in the SWR television can be seen. Separate programs for Baden-Württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate from the studios of the SWR broadcasting houses from both Stuttgart and Mainz are broadcast at the same time . The focus is on current events as well as the country and its people. The program consists of film reports, reports and discussions with studio guests. At the Landesschau Rheinland-Pfalz, portraits of villages, districts and districts as well as streets are broadcast daily under the heading Hierzuland .

The Baden-Württemberg state show is moderated alternately by Annette Krause , Jürgen Hörig and, since April 2014, Florian Weber . Florian Weber replaced Kristin Haub , who had worked for the state show since 2011. Martina Meisenberg left in December 2008. In 2018 Jana Kübel joined the moderation team. An additional, 30-minute Saturday edition of the state show in Baden-Württemberg is called Landesschau Mobil. Every week, changing reporters present a city or municipality from Baden-Württemberg.

In Rhineland-Palatinate, three presenters direct the program alternately every week: Patricia Küll , Martin Seidler and Holger Wienpahl .

In both countries, the national show is broadcast at 6:45 p.m. and lasts 45 minutes. The programs from Monday to Thursday are repeated at irregular times at night and in the morning from 8 a.m., the Friday program only at night.


In the program history of SDR and SWF (or from 1998 of SWR ) there are several programs that ran under the name "Landesschau" and were each equipped with reports and topics from the broadcasting area of ​​the broadcasters. The regional magazine has its origins in a number of forerunner formats. A first regional news magazine from SWF, SDR and HR started in 1955 under the name “Von Rhein, Main und Neckar”, from which in 1957 the “ Abendschau ” from SDR and SWF emerged. This show was a forerunner of the state show as a regionally oriented TV show for Baden-Württemberg, but its character was a somewhat shorter news program of 30 minutes. A Rhineland-Palatinate counterpart was broadcast by SWF from January 3, 1966 under the title "Blick ins Land", which was also broadcast on a radio broadcast from Mainz.

A regional news magazine from SWF and SDR ran under the name “Landesschau” in 1966 on the first TV program of ARD, which was initially only a few minutes long. From 1993 this program switched to the third television program "Südwest 3" and was subsequently extended due to the greater focus of the stations on regional content.

Following the “Landesschau”, the news broadcasts began on SWR television at 7.30 p.m. (also separately in both countries). Since 2011, these programs have been called Landesschau aktuell . According to the artistic director Peter Boudgoust, the aim was to combine the news and the previous state show , both of which are referred to by viewers as the “state show”, as one brand. On October 5, 2017, the news programs were renamed SWR Aktuell Baden-Württemberg and SWR Aktuell Rheinland-Pfalz .

Broadcast times

  • 8:50 am State Show Rhineland-Palatinate / 9:35 am State Show Baden-Württemberg (repetition from the previous day, Tuesday-Friday)
  • 8:45 am State Show Rhineland-Palatinate / 9:30 am State Show Baden-Württemberg (repetition from the previous day, only Saturday)
  • 6.45 to 7.30 p.m. State Show Rhineland-Palatinate and State Show Baden-Württemberg

See also

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Landesschau Baden-Württemberg :: About us :: Moderators. SWR television, accessed on May 24, 2014 .
  2. Moderator Kristin Haub: “The most varied job at SWR” . Retrieved September 4, 2012
  4. ^ Jana Kübel: City child with love for the country - State show Baden-Württemberg., September 19, 2018, accessed on September 28, 2018 .
  5. Moderators of the Rhineland-Palatinate state show
  6. ^ The years 1961–1980 (, as of February 17, 2005)
  7. 60 years: The first SWF sounds came from the Pulverturm ( Rhein-Zeitung , as of September 7, 2011)
  8. Chronology of the Abendschau / Landesschau (, as of August 30, 2007)
  9. Jürgen Kirsch: “Landeschau aktuell”: SWR revises news formats - the new brand is also to come from a more modern, partially virtual studio. In addition, over 30 slots have already been revised ., February 23, 2011