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    Génération X - Rencontre avec Jamiroquai - 1995 Jamiroquai

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Hit Machine M6

Le Hit on M6: a hit machine In 1995, Gilles Verlant invited me to meet him at the Brasserie Savy on rue Bayard, opposite RTL radio. Gilles was a renowned journalist, who has taken part in the 'Rapido' and 'Nulle Part Ailleurs' programmes, but was best known for being the official biographer of many singers including Serge Gainsbourg, David Bowie and Daniel Balavoine. When he asked me to join his […]

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La Roger’s family

La Roger’s familyAt the end of the 90s, Fox Networks Group and Saban Entertainment joined forces to create Fox Kids France. In the summer of 97, Fox asked me to write and develop a short programme aimed at children. The production budget was small, and all we had was a puppet handler with two latex gloves, a voice-over, 2 cameramen - one of whom acted as cinematographer, a set designer, […]

today21 March 2024 135 38

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L’Echo des Garrigues

From pirate to community radioI was 12 when, in 1981, I was a guest on the 'Hebdo jeune' programme hosted by Élian Raffy on one of France's oldest pirate radio stations: L'Écho Des Garrigues. The radio station, as its name suggests, broadcasted its programmes from the garrigues around Montpellier. Following the broadcast, I joined the team, first as producer and then as co-host. That same year, François Mitterrand, freshly elected […]

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Studio 101

Time for amateurs...In 1983, FM stations were springing up like mushrooms, with almost everyone making radio. The frequencies would soon have to be regulated to bring some order to this anarchy. In the meantime, I did a bit of voice work on various local radio stations, and at the end of January I joined the most popular one with schoolchildren: Studio 101. The radio station was based in an old […]

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NRJ Méditerranée

A wonderful adventure…With the arrival of the networks and their franchises, small radio stations were gradually disappearing. Only the formatted, commercial radio stations were able to resist. They could afford the best presenters, while controlling their programming, right down to the jingles, down to the minute. Radio became more professional.The beginning of networks...I recorded my first advert in 1985, and that same year I joined NRJ Sète to my great […]

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Radio Némo – Gard

Regional radio back on track...It was early 1990 and I joined a regional radio station, Radio Némo. The studios, based opposite the Maison Carrée in Nîmes, were magnificent. The journalists were Agence France Presse correspondents, and football matches were broadcast from the Nîmes Olympique stadium. Némo was a powerful radio station, broadcasting a musical and news format that was highly innovative for its time. The presenters around me were talented. […]

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M40

In Paris and throughout FranceOn my return from the United States, I set off for Paris with the firm intention of joining a national radio station, but it wasn't going to be easy. Through perseverance, on 6 January 1992 I joined the RTL and PRISA groups, who launched M40. The radio station was located in the Forum des Halles, and broadcast a programme based on new music. The first songs […]

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NRJ

Piloting an ocean linerIn June 1994, I arrived at NRJ Paris, at the legendary address of 39, Avenue d'Iéna. The first time I laid my hands on the old Neve console, soon to be replaced by the beautiful Pacific Series 3, I felt like I was piloting an ocean liner. For a few years, I presented weekend shows, then in weekday afternoons. At the same time, I travelled the world […]

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Radio Pâté

The beginning...In 1985, while I was working at NRJ Montpellier, I decided to set up my own radio station. A friend, Michel, had a micro-transmitter, everything I needed to start up a temporary station. With 2 cassette recorders and the goodwill of 2 or 3 friends, we broadcast during the school holidays over a distance of less than a mile.We looked for a name and a ridiculous slogan, but in […]

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