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About RTÉ Radio 1

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RTÉ Radio 1 is Ireland’s primary information source which started it’s broadcast almost a century ago, in 1926. Originally launched as “2RN” and it was the first radio service of the Irish Free State. Through the historical times, the station had several names, and finally in 1979 arrived to its current name - RTÉ Radio 1 - it comes from the name of the owner Raidió Teilifís Éireann which is Ireland’s National Public Service Broadcaster.
RTÉ Radio 1 has the biggest listenership in Ireland because not just keeps its listeners in line with the latest Ireland news and world news, but also entertains with a nice selection of music, and phone-in talks with the listeners, and naturally the sports news and weather reports diversify the programmes, so all demands are satisfied in one broadcast.
RTÉ Radio 1 has been broadcasting the “Morning Ireland” since 1984 which is Ireland’s most listened to, and thus the most influential worldview shaping radio programme in the country. “Morning Ireland” is the first and number one in spreading the knowledge about the current affairs and politics of Ireland and the world on every weekday from 7am to 9am presented by Rachael English, Gavin Jennings, Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
RTÉ Radio 1 has numerous sister stations - RTÉ 2FM, RTÉ Lyric FM, RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta, RTÉ Pulse, RTÉ 2XM, RTÉjr, RTÉ Gold, RTÉ Radio 1 Extra - which all represent the high quality of the Raidió Teilifís Éireann, but approach from different angles to the radio broadcasting to satisfy every possible type of listeners with every sphere of interest.

RTÉ Radio 1 availability: RTÉ Radio 1 is available on the traditional analogue way - 87.8-90.2 FM, 95.2 FM - and also on the digital solutions - we recommend the online radio stream.
For the detailed FM allocation, check the Freqencies section (below) and the Frequency map!

DAB Digital Radio: RTÉ Radio 1
Sky and Sky+: Channel 0160
Virgin Media: Channel 901 and 917 (with Ex Telewest only)

RTÉ Radio 1 's slogan: We've got the nation talking

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RTÉ Radio 1 frequencies

Armagh City - 88.9 FMAthlone - 89.3 FMBallybofey, Donegal - 89.7 FMBantry, SW County Cork - 88.7 FMCasla, Galway - 88.4 FMCentral Mayo - 89.3 FMCo Longford and North Midlands - 89.8 FMCork City - 89.7 FMCork City and SE County Cork - 89.2 FMCounty Dublin - 88.5 FMCounty Monaghan - 88.9 FMDingle Peninsula, Kerry - 89.1 FMDunquin, Kerry - 88.7 FMEast Donegal and Derry area - 89.2 FMEast Ireland - 89.1 FMFalcarragh, Donegal - 88.8 FMFermoy, Cork - 89.4 FMKinsale, Cork - 89.0 FMLehinch, Co Clare - 89.7 FMLimerick City - 89.4 FMMid Kerry - 88.4 FMMid Tipperary - 89.0 FMMitchelstown, Cork - 88.6 FMNE Donegal & N Northern Ireland - 88.3 FMNE Ireland, SE & Central Ireland - 87.8 FMNorth County Tipperary - 90.2 FMNorth Donegal - 89.8 FMNorth East Wicklaw - 89.5 FMNorth Innishowen - 88.9 FMNorth Kerry - 89.2 FMNorth West Ireland - 88.2 FMNorth West Mayo - 89.9 FMSE Tipprary & N Waterford - 88.3 FMSouth East County Cork - 88.2 FMSouth East Ireland - 89.6 FMSouth West County Cork - 88.3 FMSouth West Ireland - 90.0 FMWaterford City - 88.3 FMWest County Galway - 89.5 FMWest County Waterford - 88.5 FMWest Donegal - 89.6 FMWest Ireland - 88.8 FMWest Kerry - 89.5 FM
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RTÉ Radio 1's schedule04

02:00 - Playback Daily
03:00 - RTE Gold on RTE Radio 1
05:30 - Rising Time
07:00 - Morning Ireland
09:00 - The Ryan Tubridy Show
10:00 - Today with Sarah McInerney
12:00 - The Ronan Collins Show
13:00 - News at One
13:45 - Liveline
15:00 - The Ray D'Arcy Show
16:30 - Drivetime
18:30 - Des's Island Discs
19:00 - Arena
20:00 - The John Creedon Show
22:00 - The History Show
23:00 - Late Date