Bernard Lenoir (born 13 September 1946) is a radio personality, specializing in independent rock. His program, directed by Michelle Soulier, is broadcast in the evenings (10:00-11:00pm) on France Inter.
He was born in Algeria, which he left in 1962, working at Côte d'Azur where he served as a DJ. He is a singer in the surf pop group Menton: Les Radis Beurre. Their only single is today lost to time. Lenoir began on France Inter as a music programmer on José Artur's Pop-Club. He worked through the late 1970s presenting the rock program Feedback, and continued on with it into the 1980s. One of his most remembered broadcasts in this period was on 18 December 1979, an airing of a Joy Division concert from Bains-Douches.
With the launching of the magazine Les Inrockuptibles, the presenter acquired the eternal trust of his audience, and created a program in which he found his true style of "music unlike all others", and his greatest audience. The broadcast lent its name to the magazine. His radio program was called C'est Lenoir (This is Lenoir), and was last broadcast on July 1, 2011.
- C'est Lenoir
- John Peel
- Hugo Cassavetti
- Yves Thibord
- Jean-Daniel Beauvallet
- Michka Assayas
- Ivan Smagghe
- Lydie Barbarian
- António Sérgio
- Best n°122, avril 1987)
- Site de l'émission C'est Lenoir
- Article de présentation sur le site « M la Music »
- Biographie chronologique du parrain de la Route du rock
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