Radio Europe 1

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Europe 1, formerly known as Europe n° 1, is a privately-owned radio network created in 1955. It is one of the leading French radio broadcasters and heard throughout France. The network is owned and operated by Lagard?re Active, a subsidiary of the Lagard?re Group. Over the last 50 years, the best-known programs on Europe 1 have included: 'Pour ceux qui aiment le jazz' ("For Those Who Love Jazz") hosted by Daniel Filipacchi and Franck T?not, 'Sign? Furax' ("Signed, Furax", a comic adventure serial), 'Salut les copains' ("Hi, Friends", a pop musi... See more

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Europe 1, formerly known as Europe n° 1, is a privately-owned radio network created in 1955. It is one of the leading French radio broadcasters and heard throughout France. The network is owned and operated by Lagard?re Active, a subsidiary of the Lagard?re Group.

Over the last 50 years, the best-known programs on Europe 1 have included: 'Pour ceux qui aiment le jazz' ("For Those Who Love Jazz") hosted by Daniel Filipacchi and Franck T?not, 'Sign? Furax' ("Signed, Furax", a comic adventure serial), 'Salut les copains' ("Hi, Friends", a pop music programme), 'Campus' (book reviews, interviews of literary personalities, and chat about current events and culture), 'Vous ?tes formidables' (a programme devoted to "demonstrations of solidarity") , 'Bonjour, monsieur le maire' (aimed at rural France), 'L'horoscope de Madame Soleil' (astrology), 'Top 50' (a reprise of the musical charts), and 'Le club de la presse' ("Press Club", political conversation). BBC Radio 5 had a translated version of Top 50 called Le Top around 1992.

Noted journalists, moderators and performers have included: Patrick Topaloff, Maurice Siegel, Jean Gorini, Andr? Arnaud, Pierre Bouteiller, Pierre Bellemare, Francis Blanche, Daniel Filipacchi, Franck T?not, Lucien Morisse, Robert Willar, Albert Simon, and Madame Soleil.
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