I AM DELIGHTED TO present a new piece in my Paris – A Personal View series.
For each piece in the series I invite a guest who lives in Paris to visit one of their favourite places or a place in the city that has a special meaning for them. With access to a microphone and sound recorder the guest talks about the place and tells us why it’s special to them.
Today, my guest is Adam Roberts.
Photo courtesy of Adam Roberts
Adam is an Englishman who has lived in Paris for a little over fifteen years. As well as doing his demanding day job Adam finds time to write the very informative and popular Invisible Paris blog – a celebration of the parts of Paris that would be refused entry to the ville musée if they tried to get in today.
And Adam’s chosen place? The Hôpital Salpêtrière …
Adam Roberts at the Hôpital Salpêtrière:
Mur des Fermiers Généraux – The Farmers-General Wall
Former Women’s Prison Cells
Charcot’s Library – Photo courtesy of Adam Roberts
Bâtiment de la Force
I am very grateful to Adam for giving up his time to visit and talk about the Hôpital Salpêtrière.
Unlike other sounds on this blog, the sound piece ‘Adam Roberts at the Hôpital Salpêtrière’ is not covered by a Creative Commons license. The copyright for this piece rests jointly and exclusively with Adam Roberts and Des Coulam. It follows therefore that the downloading of this piece for any purpose is not permitted without the express permission of both Adam and Des. We have no wish to spoil your enjoyment of this piece but simply ask you to respect that the work is ours. Thanks for understanding.