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MUSIC: Inverness resident Emmanuel Serriere, who deejayed on KQED in the ‘70s and ‘80s, started a similar French pop music show on KWMR last month. It airs on Friday afternoons.   David Briggs

When Seahaven resident Emmanuel Serriere started his first French music radio show in 1975, in San Francisco, he only had eight records. “So what?” a friend said to him. “Just ask listeners for music.” Over the next 10 years, Mr. Serriere, who last month started a new French pop music show on KWMR, amassed over 3,000 albums from . . .

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