Online Radio / Radio en ligne

Discussion in 'Resources' started by zaby, Jun 14, 2006.

  1. zaby

    zaby Senior Member

    :idea: Radio France
    http://www.radiofrance.fr/
    France Inter, France Info, France Culture, France Musique, FIP, Le Mouv', etc. Possibilité d'écouter en direct ou de "podcaster" des émissions. (ceci de Zaby, la suite de Jann)

    Radio France is the national public radio service. It runs several stations. Listen live online or download podcasts for any of the stations. Le groupe radiophonique national "Radio France" est un service public qui gère plusieurs chaînes de radio. Écoutez en direct sur votre ordinateur, ou téléchargez des podcasts d'émissions.

    Les chaînes :
    France Inter - general
    France Info - only news
    France Culture - culture: science, the visual arts, music, media, history, politics, etc.
    France Bleu - 41 regional stations* (Click on a map to connect to the site of a local radio station - OR - choose from a list.)
    France Musique - classical, music as a subject
    FIP - music
    Le Mouv' - alternative rock, youth oriented

    *Regarding the regional stations on France Bleu, a member suggests:
    Indeed, if you are interested in regional pronunciation differences, listening to call-in shows on different France Bleu stations around the country is a good way to get a sampling of accents. Call-in shows are in general an excellent way for an intermediate or advanced learner to accustom his/her ear to the great variety possible across native speakers. People who use their voices professionally (language teachers, TV presenters, etc.) speak differently in these professional situations than "normal" people do in their everyday lives.
     
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  2. shaloo

    shaloo Senior Member

    India
    English
    :idea: Radio France Internationale

    http://www.rfi.fr/ (la radio, les actualites, la musique etc..)
    Radio France Internationale - très bien pour les débutants en français.

    http://www.rfi.fr/lffr/statiques/accueil_apprendre.asp
    RFI has a sub-section for people learning French, with news in "easy" French, listening exercises.
    RFI propose des émissions pour ceux qui apprennent la langue française : les infos en "français facile", des exercices d'écoute, etc.
     
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  3. DearPrudence

    DearPrudence Dépêche Mod

    IdF
    French (lower Normandy)
    Anglais britannique / British English (including slang, dialects, etc)

    Un classique, la BBC bien sûr.
    ... y compris une partie du site dédiée à l'anglais en langue étrangère : http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/

    Et des enregistrements pris des quatre coins du Royaume-Uni : Voices recordings.
    Pour certains enregistrements, il y a même le transcript comme ici.

    Les voices recordings figurent également dans ce fil.
     
  4. mally pense

    mally pense Senior Member

    Cheshire, England
    England, UK English
    Radios françaises et internationales

    http://www.radiobfm.com/
    "La radio de l'éco". Cliquez "écouter en direct". Features mostly talking, i.e. little or no music

    http://www.freedom.fr/
    "En direct de La Réunion". Cliquez "freedom en HIFI". Il y a beaucoup de programmes avec les auditeurs en direct; features mostly talking, i.e. little or no music.

    www.classic21.be
    For people who like classic rock, a French speaking Belgian official radio.
    Merci à Benoit abroad !

    www.radiocourtoisie.net
    The reason I like this station so much is the presenters and their guests seem to have great accents and diction (from dhome). Radio Courtoisie is a political station, openly close to the Front National, the extreme right French party. But their attachment to traditional values does bring them to speak a very academic French (from berrac).

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/french/institutional/programmes.shtml
    Les émissions de BBC Afrique
    Merci, deanti !

    www.novaplanet.com
    www.tigersushi.com
    www.rireetchansons.fr
    www.cheriefm.fr
    www.nrj.fr
     
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  5. wildan1

    wildan1 Moderando ma non troppo

    American English / Anglais américain

    http://www.npr.org/
    National Public Radio (US-in-depth news, politics, culture, talk). To listen, select a podast, a story, a program, a live station, etc. Association de stations indépendantes à but non lucratif, financées en large partie par les auditeurs : infos, politique, interviews, analyse, culture, etc. Pour écouter, sélectionner un podcast, une émission, un programme, une station en live, etc.
    .... How to tune in, aide à l'écoute : http://www.npr.org/everywhere/
    .... NPR Worldwide, NPR internationale : http://www.npr.org/worldwide/

    http://www.live-radio.net/us.shtml
    Index of on-line stations all across the US with map-based search, Annuaire de stations américaines qui diffusent en live sur internet, rechercher sur la carte.

    http://www.voanews.com/specialenglish/index.cfm
    The Voice of America (VOA) radio is funded by the US government. This link is to the portion of the site that is intended to help non-native English speakers understand and learn American English. These broadcasts are in what the VOA calls "special English:" the vocabulary and sentences are simplified and the speaking rate is about 2/3 of natural speed.
    La radio Voice of America (VOA) est financée par le gouvernement américain. Le lien ci-dessus mène vers la partie du site destinée à ceux qui ne parlent pas l'anglais comme langue maternelle. Les émissions sont en ce que la VOA appelle "anglais spécial", c'est-à-dire un anglais d'un vocabulaire et d'une structure simplifiés et dont la prononciation n'est qu'à 2/3 de la vitesse naturelle. L'objectif affiché est d'aider les non-anglophones à comprendre et à apprendre l'anglais américain.
     
  6. mayi14 New Member

    none
    www.europe1.fr
    Europe 1, of course! Listen live "en direct" or download podcasts.
    Caroline Dublanche's call-in show may be of particular interest to language learners because the host does not seem to work from a script. She has a very clear speaking voice and often repeats callers' questions, making it easier to understand them. You will hear a variety of natural, native speaking patterns. Podcasts or listen live: http://www.europe1.fr/Radio/Animateurs/DUBLANCHE-Caroline
     
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  7. Angle O'Phial

    Angle O'Phial Senior Member

    USA English
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