Radio France airs an hour long program featuring music of Bonnal.
On Thursday February 24, 2005 French Radio France Musiques featured music by Ermend Bonnal. Host Olivier Bernager interviewed François Bonnal the son of Ermend Bonnal, he spoke of his father and his music. Also interviewed was Deborah Bonin, a student of la Sorbonne who had just completed a thesis on the composer. They underlined Bonnal's style taken for Basque folklore but definitively tainted with impressionism. The first movement of the violin and piano sonata opened the program. This piece is part of the Detroit Chamber Trio CD and thus was played by Velda Kelly, violin and Eduard Perrone, piano. Recordings of Bonnal's first movement of his first string quartet (by the Debussy Quartet)and his string trio (by the Pasquier Trio, a historical recording from the archives of Radio France) were then played, one of his organ pieces concluded the program.