Acronyms that contain the term dorothée
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- Dorothée (French pronunciation of the first name Dorothy) is the stage name of Frédérique Hoschedé (born 14 July 1953 in Paris), a French singer and television presenter. She was a continuity announcer on French public broadcaster Antenne 2 from 1977 to 1983, but she is more known for having presented children's television programmes like Les mercredis de la jeunesse (Childhood's Wednesdays, 1973), Dorothée et ses amis (Dorothée and Her Friends, 1977–1978), Récré A2 (Recess A2, 1978–1987), and Club Dorothée (Dorothée's Club, 1987–1997). She is also a singer with a large discography, singing pop music for children, and she has also recorded the best-known French traditional nursery rhymes in a record collection called Le jardin des chansons (Garden of Songs).