France Bleu Poitou celebrates 100 years of radio and 40 years of free radio all day Thursday, June 3, 2021.
France Bleu Poitou participates in the first radio festival with a special program on Thursday, June 3, 2021.
The question of the day
Tell us on the France Bleu Poitou Facebook page what major event did you learn from the radio?
The little Poitevins (7:35 am)
The little Poitevins answer an unusual question every day: “Why is France Bleu blue?”
Things are happening in Poitou (7:50 am)
Guest of Ca bouge en Poitou: Jean-Claude Bernard for his TSF Museum in Nanteuil which presents a collection of around 600 radio stations.
La Vie en Bleu (9 a.m. – 10 a.m.) 40 years of free radio in Poitou
Guests of La Vie en Bleu: Jacqueline Lefebvre, former director of Sèvres FM, Christine Authier, former program manager at Sèvres FM, Philippe Guillemoteau, host of Dazibao on FM Pictave and Emmanuel Laurentin (producer at France Culture), former host of Forum and FM Pictave.
Culture side (6.30 p.m. – 7 p.m.)
Guest: Jacques Marzac, author of the book “Albert Turpain, a man of science at the service of the common man“(Le Pictavien, 2011). He will evoke the role of this precursor of the TSF. Albert Turpain (who was a professor at the University of Poitiers) carried out in 1894 over a distance of 25 meters the first radio transmission in Morse code.