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About South East Radio

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South East Radio is a local commercial radio station operating since 1989 from its Wexford studios. South East Radio is in the ownership of Corrmuda Ltd.
Before the official launch in 1989, South East Radio had run as a pirate radio named as “Slaneyside”, but after its successful application - winning over the other rival pirate “Community Radio Wexford” - achieved the chance to continue its broadcast in the light of legality and got its current name. The radio’s point of view didn’t change through the transition and its primary attitude in serving the people of Wexford, which made it successful in the times of illegality remained.
South East Radio operates as an adult age group oriented radio station, so more talk programmes about local news and current affairs are aired through the day, and its musical repertoire selects from the older pearls of pop music. Additionally Irish country and Irish traditional music diverse the playlist further in some specialist programmes.
The hourly news bulletins are focused on County Wexford - news, sports, travel and weather - and some national and international outlook expand the information supply.
South East Radio doesn’t leave the mornings of Wexford without an energetic wake-up show on weekdays and on Sunday. The weekday mornings are revved up by the “Breakfast Show with Dave Redmond” from 7am to 10am, and the Sunday mornings are railed by the “Sunday Breakfast with David Roche”.

South East Radio’s music genres: pop, country, traditional

You can follow South East Radio on the traditional analogue way in County Wexford, and partly in the adjoining counties, for the detailed FM allocation, check the Frequencies section below, and the Frequency Map! South East Radio is available digitally by its online radio stream.

South East Radio 's slogan: "Playing Your Favourites!"


E-mail: info[kukac]

Postal address: South East Radio, Custom House Quay, Wexford, Y35 Y590, Ireland

Phone: 053 914 5200 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)

Text/WhatsApp: 087 37 37 956 (Get informed by your network provider about SMS service costs)


South East Radio frequencies

Enniscorthy, County Wexford - 96.2 FMGorey, County Wexford - 96.2 FMNew Ross, County Wexford - 96.4 FMNorth County Wexford - 95.6 FMSouth County Wexford - 96.4 FMWexford town - 96.2 FM
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News about South East Radio

Military Award for South East Radio’s Alan Corcoran
The presenter of South East Radio’s flagship Morning Talk Programme has been surprised with a prestigious National Military Award. A National Services Day Medal was presented to Alan Corcoran today for services above and beyond the call of duty during the COVID-19 Pandemic. He is one of only two civilians in the Country to be honoured with this award by FESSEF – the Frontline Emergency and Security Services Eire Forum. The only other non-military person to receive this award is the Minister for Health Simon Harris. David O Grady, Assistant Commander and Regional Director of the Order of Malta broke the news to...More >> - 08.05.2020

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South East Radio's schedule01

07:00 - Breakfast Show with Dave Redmond
10:00 - Morning Mix with Alan Corcoran
12:00 - All Request Lunch with Lee Hynes
15:00 - Drivetime with Alan McGuire
18:00 - Country n’ Irish with Tony Kehoe
20:00 - Various 8-9pm
21:00 - Late Zone with Jimmy Ryan