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About Beat 102 103

Listen to the online radio of Beat 102 103 live, Beat 102 103 was launched in 2003, and operates as a regional commercial radio station in its Waterford studios, covering South East Ireland. The station's majority owner is The Irish Times.
Beat FM is the biggest radio station in South East Ireland, and in its broadcasting area has the biggest audience in its target age group, which is the 15-35 young adult category, beating the big national players of Ireland’s radio broadcasters.
The unstoppable dynamic of Beat FM in keeping the the air under its control comes from the mainly music dominated programme structure. The playlist is a colorful selection of the latest-hottest pop hits supplemented with some alternative, when at night anthems and old-skool styles take over the waves. The broadcaster also dignifies the nation, because on Sunday from 8am to 10 and between 10pm and midnight “Hit 30 Na Héireann” with Louise Cantillon, the station's Irish language chart music programme helps to keep the native Irish language alive.
In the irresistible music flood of the broadcast also the informing takes place, so news bulletins with sports-traffic-travel-weather packages are aired regularly, and a lot of vivacious talk-shows diversify the schedule.
Beat’s morning show, the “Beat Breakfast” makes the sleep-over impossible on weekdays from 7am to 10am with Niall Power, Trish Archer and Vincent Bradley. On Saturday, the “Weekend Beat Breakfast” with Vincent Bradley gives the starting momentum of the weekend from 7am to 10am. On Sunday mornings, the earlier mentioned “Hit 30 Na Héireann” with Louise Cantillon wakes the listeners from 8am to 10am.

The radio's sister station Noughty Beats can be listened to by selecting it below the player!

Beat 102 103 's slogan: “Your Music Now”

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Postal address: The Broadcast Centre, Ardkeen, Waterford City, Ireland

Phone: Studio: 1890 715 102 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
Office: 051 849 102 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
SMS/WhatsApp: 085 1029 103 (Get informed by your network provider about SMS service costs)
E-mail: studio[kukac], info[kukac]


Beat 102 103 frequencies

Carrick-on-Suir - 103.1 FMEast County Waterford - 102.8 FMGorey - 102.6 FMKilkenny - 102.0 FMNorth Wexford - 102.0 FMSouth Carlow - 102.0 FMSouth Tipperary - 102.4 FMSouth West Kilkenny - 103.1 FMSouth Wexford - 103.1 FMWest County Waterford - 102.2 FM
The broadcast is available on the traditional analogue radio on 102.0-103.1FM in South East Ireland, and also by the digital solutions without territorial restrictions, we recommend the online radio stream.
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Beat 102 103 launch new breakfast show
Beat 102 103 is launching a new breakfast line-up with Niall Power and Shonagh Lyons today (August 23rd). The change comes after Vincent Bradley, known on-air as Vinny, finished up last Friday after fifteen years with the show. In that time, Beat Breakfast was shortlisted twice at the IMRO Radio Awards in the ‘Breakfast Programme’ category...More >> - 22.08.2021
Promotions planned for Beat 102-103’s 18th birthday
Beat 102-103 is celebrating its 18th birthday with two huge radio promotions. The South East regional broadcaster will be whisking two friends off to the White Isle in ‘Ibiza Uncovered’ before giving away €1,800 in cash in what will be the culmination of its ‘Birthday Bucks’ promotion. The station launched at 1.02 pm on July 1st 2003 and was the first regional radio station in the country...More >> - 23.06.2021
Waterford-native Megan Phelan to host show on Beat
Waterford-native Megan Phelan is to host the ‘Top 7@7 On Sunday’ on Beat 102-103. The 22-year-old, who recently completed her degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Salford in Greater Manchester, takes up the role after hosting a weekly show on ShockRadio in Manchester as well as further afield in the Netherlands where she co-presented a current affairs programme on OOG Radio & Television.More >> - 27.05.2021
Beat 102 103 creates documentary on Long Covid
Beat 102 103 has created a special two-part documentary on Long Covid featuring presenter Michelle Heffernan. On 2 January 2021, Michelle was diagnosed with Covid-19 and like many others, she believed it would be over within a few weeks; instead, she endured months of debilitating fatigue. In response to the ignorance and unfamiliarity with this condition, Michelle and Beat now present “It’s Not a Cold-It’s Long Covid” examining Long Covid, its effects, and...More >> - 14.05.2021
Beat 102-103 finds the ultimate smarty pants
Beat 102-103 has named a Tipperary man as the South East’s ultimate Smarty Pants. The competition, called Smarty Pants, kicked off on Monday when Beat challenged self-confessed know-it-alls to prove they had the smarts to face up to the presenters in a general knowledge showdown. Across the week, eleven contestants were whittled down to eight as they fought off legions of Beat jocks, from Orla Rapple of The Sunday Grill to Beat at Work’s David Hammond. The competition was inspired by Beat’s record digital listening figures, which show that more people than ever are listening to Beat on smart speakers...More >> - 09.02.2021
Beat 102-103 introduce presenter to digital station
Beat 102-103 are introducing Waterford-based drag queen Joanna Ryde to their digital station, Noughty Beats. The service launched in 2018 as one of ten online-only channels on the Irish RadioPlayer app. Ryde will present a new two hour programme, Pride Beats, every Friday from 8pm. Gabrielle Cummins, CEO of Beat 102-103, said: “Digital listening for Beat 102-103 and its digital only station Noughty Beats has exploded during COVID-19. When we compare [digital] audience listening in October 2020 versus October 2019, we have seen a massive hike of 449% year-on-year.”...More >> - 30.11.2020
Beat 102 103 rewards unsung heroes in November
Beat 102 103 has continued its Feel Good Friday Fairy promotion as Shonagh Lyons surprised some unsung heroes in the South East. This year Beat has honoured three Waterford unsung heroes, along with a teacher from Tipperary on four consecutive Fridays. Week 1 began with Ann Condron, the Ballybeg Mammy, from Waterford. Ann works in Tesco in Ballybeg and she was nominated by her co-worker, Orla, who says “There is one lady who has been a bit of a hero for us all and her name in Ann Condron.” Week 2 introduced listeners to Jane Donegan, a teacher from Tipperary. Jane was nominated by her best friend, Sarah, who says “she is the kindest, caring and most-loving person I know.” ...More >> - 30.11.2020
All 32 applications for BAI scheme granted cash
The BAI has given a total of €2.5m to 32 independent commercial radio stations across the country to share awareness and understanding of COVID-19. The special funding initiative was operated by the BAI under the BAI’s Sound & Vision 4 Scheme, following a request from the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton, TD. Funding recommendations range from €40,000 to €95,000. Successful projects include: ...More >> - 03.06.2020
iRadio, Beat and Red FM unite for streamed concert
iRadio, Beat 102-103 and Cork’s Red FM are coming together to present a special streamed concert called Heroes Aid Live to raise funds for frontline workers while also offering company and entertainment to many listeners. The stations recently approached Heroes-Aid about the concert and the charity was delighted with this additional cross station radio support. The event will take place over the May Bank Holiday weekend – from 7pm to 9pm on Sunday May 3rd, audiences will enjoy a music set from a host of contemporary artists including Gavin James, Keywest, John Gibbons, True Tides, Stephanie Rainey, The 2 Johnnies and Moncrieff...More >> - 24.04.2020

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Beat 102 103's schedule26

00:00 - The Saturday Night Mixup
Chris Ward
01:00 - Beat Anthems
03:00 - The Beat Goes On
08:00 - Hit 30 na hÉireann
Louise Cantillon
10:00 - The Sunday Grill
Orla Rapple
12:00 - Old Skool Sunday
Pete Windle
16:00 - Music De Domhnaigh
Michelle Heffernan
19:00 - Top 7@7 on Sunday
Megan Phelan
20:00 - Irishbeats
Rob O'Connor
22:00 - Hit 30 na hÉireann
Louise Cantillon