A newly-launched Liquid FM with Mark O’Hare on air from 00:30 on December 15th 2004.
This recording of the Dublin station was off 90.3MHz FM.
The full day’s live programming from the last day of Premier FM’s first temporary licence run on 94.9MHz in Dublin. The classic oldies station went live at 8am and signed off at midnight on December 19th 2004.
Derek Jones on air from 8am
Mike Doyle on air from 11am
Stereo Steve, with Avril Keogh, on air from 2pm
Mike Eastwood on air from 5pm
Steven Davitt on air from 7pm
Greg Townsend on air with The Punk Show from 8pm
Ray O’Hara on air with The Rock Show from 9pm
Greg Townsend, with all of the presenters, on air with the final show from 10pm
Breakfast Xpress with Joe & Keith from December 21st 2004. This recording of Dublin’s licensed youth radio station Spin 1038 (off 103.8MHz) starts at 6.40am.
A pre-Christmas edition of FM104’s Phone Show with Adrian Kennedy and Jeremy Dixon. Recorded off 104.4MHz in Dublin we join the show at 11.35pm.
The Strawberry Alarm Clock with Colm and Jim-Jim from 6.40am on December 23rd 2004. This recording is off 104.4MHz in Dublin.
The Strawberry Alarm Clock with Colm and Jim-Jim from 6.30am on December 24th 2004. This recording is off 104.4MHz in Dublin.
Joe Duffy with his traditional outside broadcast from Grafton Street on Christmas Eve 2004. This recording is off 88.5MHz and starts at 10am.
Christmas Eve 2004 on 2FM from 11am with Gerry Ryan and guests; followed by Gareth O’Callaghan; & then Rick O’Shea from 2pm.
Christmas Eve 2004 with Mark Byrne on afternoon festive duty from 2.30pm. This recording is off 102.2MHz.
Comment from Catweazle78:
Fantastic, really looking forward to listening to this and the other shows you uploaded today. Great stuff
Dusty Rhodes presents Q102’s Christmas Songs Countdown on Christmas Eve 2004 from 7pm. He’s followed by Jason Maine.
Christmas fare from Dublin’s alternative pirate XFM in 2004. This recording is off 107.9MHz and starts at 9.40pm on Christmas Eve
Christmas Day 2004 on the licensed station for Louth and Meath