WRP produces 4 hours each day at its Paris studios. Those local shows air at the same times each week WRP Breakfast 6am-7am. WRP Mornings 10am-12pm WRP Drive Time 5-6pm.
Our local weekly shows first go on air on Mondays, then are repeated once per day at a different time each day. So if you tune into WRP at the same time each day, you won’t miss a single show for that week. Alternatively, you can listen on-demand below.
These shows are all produced by volunteers who share a passion for radio. WRP offers a platform for anyone who wants to hosts a show in English in Paris… for free! You too could start broadcasting on Paris’ airwaves, contact us today if you want to know more. contact @ worldradioparis.com
Los Angeles expat Laura Wight presents the best in new Indie Pop & Rock stemming predominantly from two ever-fertile, ever-flourishing vibrant music capitals, Los Angeles, California & Paris, France.
Amber Minogue is an Australian tour guide and blogger in Paris. She is fascinated by the rich French and Parisian history. She decided to create a series on the greatest moments and characters in History, broadcast on WRP.
Forest Collins, author of the “52 Martinis” blog, hosts a show about Paris’ cockails, bars, and nightlife.
Lindsey Tramuta and Alice Cavanagh talk to the people who are breaking Paris’ traditions and redefining the city.
Mercedes Yearley recommends the best movies and plays in Paris, with the help of a special guest every month.
WRP’s student show, hosted by Thomas Shamuyarira.
New on WRP, every other Saturday at 5:30pm, a show that will make French current affairs, culture and politics simple.
Join Oliver Gee as he tries to figure out France, its people and its language, with the help of different guests each week.
Geoff Harrison takes you places! Travel ideas, interviews of travel specialists and tour operators, on WRP’s travel show: “OnAir World Travel”.
WRP’s artist insider lifts the lid on the ateliers of Paris. Leading our way is guilder and artist Christina Maximoff for this fly-on-the-wall look into hers and other artists’ studio spaces. A Sunday at the Atelier produced by Christina Maximoff.
Update yourself on happenings in Paris.What’s On
The time you realise Paris has become ‘home’! 30 minute interview with a new guest each month. Turning Points.
Like painting, sculpture, installations, retrospectives, music? Get an opinionated review & recommendations of exhibits around town. Hand-picked from the biggest museums to the tiniest galleries. Artipoeus (formerly EXPO PARIS) with Susie Kahlich.
Come face to face with the kings and pickpockets as we get ourselves involved in stories of mystery & corruption to discover Paris’ outrageous history. Basic Black with Cici McNair, P.I.