Relatable Radio, Rooted in the Local Community
World Radio Paris is a community-based radio station, broadcasting everything from talk shows, live events and music, to cultural and political news across France since 2014. As the country’s only fully English-speaking station, we're here to help you get informed and get involved. Our volunteers run the station collaboratively. We make decisions together and help each other turn ideas into a reality. Radio can be a tool for social good, so our content is focused on supporting, sharing and championing organisations that are led by and for the people living here. By bridging the gap between cultures, we hope to create a new, vibrant social scene rooted in connection and creativity.
We believe that the international community has the potential to contribute enormously to French life, and that French life has much to bring to those who embrace it. By bridging this gap between cultures, we can come to know each other better and build genuine, meaningful connections based on mutual respect.
We are powered by the goodwill of our listeners. Our listeners are enthusiastic, curious people with a lot to share. We are constantly trying to find ways to break down the traditional barriers between our organisation and those we serve. If you want to get involved, shoot us a message!
Pour Your Heart Into The Mic
We aim to promote diverse, human radio that champions vulnerable self-expression. Our team is inclusive, and open to all who share its values. We champion those creating art, literature, music, and anything else that speaks to the lives we lead or the people we live them with.
Since 2014, World Radio Paris has broadcasted over the greater Paris region, Normandy, Monaco, Cannes, and Nice on DAB+ (digital radio). You can listen to WRP on our website or on your DAB+ radio!
World Radio Paris hosts its own events, and platforms those led by other community organisations. Come along to meet other people who are interested in discussion and creative expression!
It's hard to build a life in a new country. It can be lonely and disorientating. We've put together some tips on integrating into French life, and catalogued the many organisations that may be joined by our listeners.