EVERY TUESDAY at 23:15 — THE NEW FILES
For more than a decade Alexis Papahelas, Tasos Telloglou, Sofia Papaioannou and their team of reporters/producers have shed light on current events and landmark historical moments that shaped our world. With its established dedication to comprehensive and in depth investigative journalism, “The New Files” meet the newsmakers and reveal their untold stories.
In most of its thirteen seasons running, the program has been nominated for the “Freddy Germanos” award for Outstanding Newsprogram and has won the award every year for 7 consecutive seasons. In addition “The New Files” has been awarded the Best Report of the Year Award during the 2007-8 season for an exclusive money trail investigative report and has been nominated for various other awards in Greece and abroad.
Among other leading personalities interviewed by the program’s correspondents are former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Anan, former U.S. Presidents George Bush Sr. and Bill Clinton, former President of France Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, the late PLO leader Yasser Arafat, President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso, Eurogroup President and Prime Minister of Luxembourg Jean Claude Juncker, Prime Minister of Italy Mario Monti, Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, State Department Secretary Hillary Clinton, former Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright, former Turkish Prime Ministers Bulent Ecevit and Mesut Yilmaz, Germany Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, former ECB Board Member Junger Stark, economists Joseph Stiglitz, Nuriel Roubini, Daniel Gross and Philippe Aghion as well as financier George Soros.
- Aggelos Petropoulos
- Katerina Lomvardea, Eleni Varvitsioti, Marianna Kakaounaki, Harry Karanikas, Anastasia Moumtzaki, Anna Chatzolou, Vassia Pikrou
- Dimitris Tsigos
- Assistant Director
- Nina Foufa
- Thodoris Konstantinou, Christos Arampatzis
- Apostolos Nikolaidis, Gogo Bebelou
- Production Coordination
- Christina Frangia
Production SKAI TV 2010–2011