Here’s a great article about Fip from the website slate.fr
FIP radio is really one of a kind. I don’t believe I haver ever come upon a radio station that has absolutely no publicity, zero. Its eclectic mix of music suits me perfectly. I personally have a diverse background, although I have lived 12 out of the last 15 years in Paris.
Yesterday, while at work, I heard this song: (it’s actually a poem written by Shel Sylverstein author of “A light in the Attic”, “Where the Sidewalk Ends”, “The Giving tree”……books that marked my childhood and maybe yours too…..)
THE BALLAD OF LUCY JORDAN – Marianne Faithful, 1979
The morning sun touched lightly on
The eyes of Lucy Jordan
In a white suburban bedroom
In a white suburban town
And she lay there ‘neath the covers
Dreaming of a thousand lovers
‘Til the world turned to orange
And the room went spinning round
At the age of 37
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In my opinion FIP is as close to perfection as radio stations get, and I can’t recommend it highly enough.
You can listen to it here… just scroll to the bottom of the page and écouter direct.
The songs never seem to have much in common, except that they are all interesting and top quality. The presenters don’t say too much but just enough to let you know they are there at the helm. They’ve got you. Plus there are no adverts. Fantastic!
Warning: it may be a little bit too jazzy for some people’s tastes.
This sums up the love for Fip quite nicely 📻
Announcing special offer!
Two pounds off the face price of each ticket for this event if you mention LOVEFIP when purchasing!
IT’S THE SUMMER OF FIP….still!
SATURDAY 18TH JULY 9-2.
Bastille Day Vive La Fip Spectacular!
Upstairs at the Komedia.
Box office 01273 647101
It’s sad news I’m afraid (unless anybody knows any better).
You can’t get Fip anymore through the S60 Radio application, since they moved the location of their stream.
Everything we’ve tried seems to have failed 😦
So for the moment it’s au revoir Fip on your mobile.
We’re having a little play around with the website, so please don’t panic if things don’t look quite right. They’ll be fixed soon!