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Seat at the Table is a weekly talk show where hosts and longtime friends Martine St-Victor and Isabelle Racicot bring you honest conversations with guests shaping pop culture. Isabelle and Martine are Francophones, raised in a bilingual Canada, with a finger on a global pulse.
Isabelle Racicot is a well-known charismatic television and radio host in Quebec. Since her debut in 1997, she has won the hearts of millions of viewers with her sense of humor, her humanity and self-deprecation. Whether she is interviewing an international star or an ordinary person, Isabelle still remains the same: a host that likes to make people shine, an interviewer that likes to listen and a human being that wants to learn.
She started out as a researcher in 1997 at MusiquePlus (Quebec’s MTV) and quickly moved up in front of the camera. Between 1999 and 2006, she travelled the globe for the daily entertainment French magazine, FLASH (Quebec’s Entertainment Tonight-Access Hollywood) to interview all the biggest stars such as Sir Paul McCartney, Tom Cruise, Julia Roberts, John Travolta, Gérard Depardieu, Jeanne Moreau, Céline Dion, etc) and cover the international events like The Oscars, Festival de Cannes, Toronto Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, The Grammy’s and The People’s Choice Awards, etc.)
Perfectly bilingual, Isabelle also contributed to English television in Quebec for the CBC and CBC Newsworld between 2002 and 2004.
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Martine St-Victor is a communication strategist in pop culture and in politics. Martine heads up Montreal-based Milagro PR agency Public Relations Atelier, which she founded almost 15 years ago. Her insatiable appetite for all things news and media are at the source of her contributions to such platforms as the Huffington Post and her regular collaborations with the Montreal Gazette and Radio-Canada’s “On Dira Ce Qu’On Voudra” radio show. Martine has also worked behind-the-scenes in television and has co-executive produced a series on Israel, for the Évasion travel network. Born in Trois-Rivières, Québec, to parents of Haitian origin, Martine remains close to Haïti, thanks to frequent work and leisure trips to the island and to her work with such organizations as the KANPE Foundation. Martine sits on various Boards and is fluent in French, English and Créole. When in Montréal, she's likely to be found at her favourite neighbourhood eateries (possibly ordering Chianti), or at Trudeau International Airport, about to catch a flight.
Otherwise, catch her on Twitter