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Julie Leclerc, aka Julie, a historical voice of Europe 1, will no longer be present on the station in September. She had officiated there for more than 49 years.
A new iconic figure of Europe 1 is about to say goodbye to the Lagardère Group station, and not least! Indeed, according to, , the voice of the radio for 49 years will no longer be present next year. Always according to the evening daily, the facilitator would have been thanked. Information confirmed by the main interested in AFP this Wednesday, July 28: " I confirm my departure from Europe 1 which is not my fact and who intervenes at the same time as that of Nicolas Canteloup, which I was the partner ". It is therefore a page that turns for this great lady of the radio, arrived in Europe 1 in 1972. Quickly, it becomes a game leader in several programs, giving the reply to the animators like Xavier Gélin, Laurent Cabrol or in The morning of the radio presented by Thomas Sotto, Nikos Aliagas or Marc-Olivier Fogiel.
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she also accompanied different humorists Always on the waves of Europe 1, Jean Roucas via Jean-Yves Lafese, who recently deceased, or Laurent Baffie. Since the end of the 2000s, it also launched the various comedians who followed one another in the morning of the station, like Laurent Gerra between 1998 and 1999, of Laurent Ruquier between 1999 and 2004 and finally Nicolas Canteloup, whom She accompanied by 2005 in her departure, in 2021.
Julie Leclerc also had a career on television since she launched the useful TV on M6 alongside Pierre Dhostel. She regularly participated in strongly on Sunday on France 2 alongside Michel Drucker and the show facing the band , broadcast at the end of 2014, always on France 2.wave of departures to Europe 1
the departure From Julie Leclerc is part of a particular context within Europe 1. For several weeks, the station has been shaken byhaving resulted in the departures of several emblematic figures of the radio like Anne Roumanoff, Mathieu Belliard, Patrick Cohen, Bertrand Chameroy and .
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