September

RADIO NORTH WEST September 6th 1983

From Drumshanbo in Co Leitrim this is a specialist Synth Pop show presented by a very young and very enthusiastic Michael Bermingham on Radio North West.

Broadcast on September 6th 1983 the programme featured hits and oldies from the era and there’s also a selection of home-made jingles.

While you’re listening you are invited to visit the Radio North West station page and if there’s anything you can add to it please get in touch

This Radio North West recording is with thanks to Michael Bermingham

SOUTH COAST RADIO September 17th 1983

From September 17th 1983, this is a recording of South Coast Radio, the Cork super station. On the air is Alan West and the tapes started rolling at 3.15pm

South Coast Radio station page


Radio Retro – archiving Irish Radio broadcasts in collaboration with Gary Hogg


CORK CITY LOCAL RADIO September 18th 1983

From September 18th 1983, this is a short clip of Steve Marshall on Cork City Local Radio. Recorded off 98FM it runs from 2.50pm.

CCLR station page


Radio Retro – archiving Irish Radio broadcasts in collaboration with Gary Hogg


SOUTH COAST RADIO September 18th 1983

From September 18th 1983, this is a recording of South Coast Radio, the Cork super station. On the air is Pete O’Neill and the tapes started rolling at 3.28pm

South Coast Radio Sunday World advert

South Coast Radio station page


Radio Retro – archiving Irish Radio broadcasts in collaboration with Gary Hogg


ERI September 18th 1983

This is Don Allen on the Cork 80s pirate station Radio ERI in a recording dated September 18th 1983. It starts at 3.50pm.

ERI station page


Radio Retro – archiving Irish Radio broadcasts in collaboration with Gary Hogg


RADIO WEST September 24th 1983

This recording of Mullingar pirate Radio West, which was made in Blackpool, England, off 765kHz, starts at 2pm with Ollie Clarke on air. He’s followed by Dave Murphy at 3pm. The date is September 1983.

At this time Radio West were using the former Radio Nova 10kW Gates transmitter.

Radio Nova

Nova Gold with John Clarke from 4pm

This recording, which was made in Blackpool, England off 819kHz (even though the station were announcing 828kHz), starts at 4pm with John Clarke on air with Nova Gold, along with Martin Block on news duties.

At this time Radio Nova were using a temporary 1kW transmitter and were also broadcasting on 88.2MHz.

If you have any old cassettes or digitised recordings that we can add here, please get in touch – radiowavesfm@radioanoraks.com or use wetransfer to the same address.

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