April

The Anorak Hour #226

This is edition number 226 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on April 2nd 2000.

This edition of The Anorak Hour features:
Some more examples of Canadian services;
John Clarke on Radio Nova on November 27th 1984;
David Lyons on Sunshine Radio in 1981;
Jason Maine on Radio Nova
Tom Dunne’s Totally Irish on 98FM;
Hugh Hardy interviewed by BBC Radio Ulster;
and this week’s broadcast news with Pete Reed

The Anorak Hour #227

This is edition number 227 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on April 16th 2000.

This edition of The Anorak Hour features:
Paul Kavanagh on Radio Nova; then some items related to the Radio Caroline ship the Mi Amigo; then a celebration of Bob Gallico’s career with Declan Meehan; a recording of Waterford’s WLR FM; Radio Dublin’s theme tune Boola Boola; and this week’s broadcast news.

XFM April 16th 2000

This is a recording of the Dublin alternative music pirate XFM off 107.9MHz from April 16th 2000. It starts at 9.45pm and features The Chillage Idiots, and more…

This XFM recording is a Radio Retro original

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The Anorak Hour #228

This is edition number 228 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast on April 23rd 2000.

This edition of The Anorak Hour features:
Denise Jones on Pulse FM from the summer of 1998;
Mike Reade on RNI;
Chris Barry on Cary’s Kiss FM in Dublin; then on 98FM from Dublin;
Howard Stern in his usual form;
David Baker on Southside 95

The Anorak Hour #229

This is edition number 229 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on April 30th 2000.

This edition of The Anorak Hour features:
Lawrence John on Radio Nova in 1984 and there’s an airing for Colm Hayes’s ‘The RTÉ Jam Rap’;
Aidan Cooney interviewing station head Jim Smith on Treble TR from the final day of broadcasting in December 1988;
And then there’s a sample of Jim Smith on K.I.C. FM;
John O’Hara (as John Young) on Radio Dublin in 1983;
Wes D’Arcy on East Coast Radio in 1998;
An extract from ‘The Sunday Night Sex Show’, a Canadian advice programme;
Pete Reed with the week’s broadcast news.

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