Month: May 2006

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Radio Oh La la on iTunes

Radio Oh La La

You can now subsccribe to the Radio Oh La La podcast on iTunes! Go ahead, let this groovy French podcast into your life and your lounge. After the third instalment coming up this week, the podcast should be available on a more regular basis. As we say in French, “where there is haste, there is no pleasure”.

For anyone who wants to know a little bit more about the human female behind the podcast and the radio, click on “contact” to see my short bio.


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Les Classels

A great way to discover new music is to have a look at other people’s collections. It’s only then you realize how much more you have to get. Inspired by the links to blogs and sites on this site, I have added some music by Les Papyvores, Les Classels and Charles Aznavour.

Since the podcasting is going well, I would be glad to interview people who fit the Radio Oh la la bill in their blog or web activities, soirees, parties or otherwise. Despite Dutch-American podcast pioneer Adam Curry and his Daily Source Code, the Dutch locals seem reluctant to have their souls captured in a podcast. If you guys are reading this, come on, please reconsider!


C’est Extra 10th anniversary

May 21, 2006
11:11 am
C'est Extra

C’est Extra at La Tulipe in Montréal, Québec, Canada. Frenchy jazzy swing.

Since the first night in May 1996, more than 150,000 people have danced to the greatest French and Québécois hits of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Although Marie-Christine Champagne was the DJ back then, other people have taken over, usually women.