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Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale to host series on Radio Nova

Whitesnake frontman David Coverdale is to host a new three-part show on Radio Nova ahead of Whitesnake’s gig at the 3Arena on 10th May 2022. Up Close & Personal with David Coverdale will be a series of special shows in support of the upcoming Whitesnake tour with Foreigner and Europe. The first of three special David Coverdale shows airs on Nova this coming Sunday...

Publication date: 20.04.2022

New station sound from Wisebuddah now on-air at RTÉ 2FM

RTÉ 2FM has a new sound now on-air thanks to Wisebuddah in London and the production library imager. A new sonic logo has been created for the national station, along with power intros and custom imaging elements. Shane Freeman, Creative Audio Manager, RTÉ said: “We set out to reinvent the sound of RTÉ 2fm. With a brand-new set of homegrown station voices and our unique two-part sonic logo...

Publication date: 19.04.2022

John Kilraine appointed as London Correspondent for RTÉ News

After 15 years of being Dublin Correspondent, John Kilraine has been appointed as its new London Correspondent. The former 98FM journalist will be responsible for reporting across RTÉ News’ radio, television and digital platforms on political, social and economic affairs in London and the wider Great Britain...

Publication date: 13.04.2022

Peter Dunne takes over Breakfast on Midlands 103

Midlands 103 has hired Peter Dunne as its new full time breakfast show presenter. Speaking about the new Breakfast Show Peter said: “One of the highest honors in radio is to present a breakfast show and I’m absolutely delighted to be waking up the people of Laois, Offaly & Westmeath...

Publication date: 11.04.2022

Clare FM - Clare FM NEWS - Clare FM LIVE

Clare FM has added two new homegrown presenters to its schedule. Quin native Brian McEvoy joins Clare FM from iRadio to present ‘Out The Gap’, weekdays from 2-6 pm. And Country singing sensation Clodagh Lawlor is joining for a weekend show. Upon joining Clare FM Brian said: “I’m absolutely delighted to be joining the team at Clare FM!...

Publication date: 11.04.2022

Beat Breakfast hosts launch The Afters Podcast with Niall & Sho

Beat 102-103 has launched The Afters, a daily podcast hosted by breakfast show presenters Niall Power and Shonagh Lyons. The podcast, aimed at listeners who can’t get enough of Beat Breakfast, says it provides an intimate and risqué window into the thoughts of the presenters, serving up all the craic of the newly reformatted breakfast show with some added kick...

Publication date: 28.03.2022

RTÉ Short Story competition opens for entries at Radio 1

The RTÉ Short Story Competition 2022, run on Radio 1 in honour of Francis MacManus, is now open for entries. Writers have until Friday 13th May to submit their short story to the competition. This year’s entries will be judged by writers Lisa McInerney, Ferdia McAnna and Éilis Ní Dhuibhne...

Publication date: 23.03.2022

iRadio launches iLove Irish radio station online

iRadio has launched a new radio station playing nothing but Irish music and artists. iLove Irish, available just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, is available via the iRadio website, station app and smart speakers. Listeners will get the likes of Aimee, Róisín O’, RuthAnne, Pauric O’Meara and many many more...

Publication date: 17.03.2022

Cillian Doyle is taking over The Takeover on Beat 102-103

Cillian Doyle is taking over The Takeover on Beat 102-103. Carlow-native Cillian will be a familiar voice to Beat listeners, having plied his trade as a news & sports broadcaster over the last eighteen months. A lifelong Beat fan, the former Bagenalstown Presentation de la Salle student returns to the same show he completed his LCVP experience on in 2015...

Publication date: 14.03.2022

The 2 Johnnies issue apology for “offensive” social content

RTÉ 2FM’s new drive duo ‘The 2 Johnnies’ have apologised for digital content they posted earlier this week. Clips of their podcast were used to promote their new show but included vulgar comments about women. In one video, the pair read out car stickers such as “Tyres are like women, no good unless they are squealing” and “Workin’ the land and droppin’ the hand #Keephercountry.”...

Publication date: 24.02.2022