This is edition number 221 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on February 27th 2000.
This week’s features include:-
Declan Pierce of FM104 from his days on Pulse 103;
John Power of 2FM looks back to his days at Pulse 103 on RTÉ Radio 1’s Soundbite programme during a discussion on the ‘pirate problem’;
A feature on WIlliam Joyce, infamously better-known as Lord Haw-Haw;
The Radio Caroline Jingles package from the mid 80s and a recording of the station off satellite from 1998;
Pete Reed with this week’s industry news.
This is edition number 222 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on March 5th 2000.
This week’s features include:-
Radio Caroline off satellite from 1998 with Nigel Harris on the air;
Freedom’s 5th birthday;
Mike Reed on Radio Annabel in May 1984;
Radio Mi Amigo reports on RTÉ’s jamming of Sunshine Radio in 1984;
An airing for some Big L Radio London jingles;
And then this week’s broadcast news.
This is edition number 231 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on May 14th 2000.
This edition of The Anorak Hour featured:
Pat Courtenay on Breakfast for Sunshine Radio in October 1985;
Leon Tipler’s visit to CRF in 1988;
RNI Jingles and then Tony Allan on board the Mebo II for the station;
A sample of US station Wild 94.9FM;
Voices and Jingles from Big D Radio;
Finally Pete Reed with the week’s broadcast news.
This is edition number 239 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on July 9th 2000.
This week’s programme features:-
Drive 105 broadcasting to Derry;
Rick Sky on Power FM in Cork;
Barry Lang on 2FM;
Radio Nova jingles:
Chris Cary on Radio Luxembourg and some jingles;
Charlie Wolf on Radio Mercury in June 1986;
Radio Dublin personalities on their new VHF service in 1979;
And finally, Pete Reed with this week’s media news.
This is edition number 369 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast over the station’s webstream on July 20th 2003.
In this week’s show, there’s a follow-up to last week’s Radio Nova Zoo Crew feature with a sample of the launch of the new Dublin’s Country Breakfast Show featuring Dave Harvey and Bob Gallico, two of the presenters from the Nova version.
Next, there’s a recording of the satellite version of Radio Caroline featuring Sarah Miles from August 1999.
Then it’s back locally to Dublin with the Oldies Show from Freedom 92FM, one of the stations who have failed to return following Black Tuesday.
The next recording features an old favourite of the airwaves, Simon Young, in his early days with Big D, followed by a later clip from July 1999 with his 2FM Oldies show.
Then it’s back to 1988 when all the pirate stations closed and indulged in nostalgia, including Treble TR. This clip features Aidan Cooney on-air with station owner Jim Smith.
Next, there’s another station who failed to reappear following the infamous ComReg raids in May. This recording samples The Deep End on Jazz FM.
Then we go across the Atlantic to New York with WQHT, Hot 97FM from 1989.
Final archive is an airing for the Big D song.
The show finishes with a look at this week’s news.
The twelfth edition of the licensed version of Phantom FM’s media industry programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast at 9am on January 21st 2007.
On this week’s edition:-
The early days of Dublin’s Country with a sample of their first day on air followed by an interview with Dave Harvey conducted by Eamon Dunphy on Today FM;
Nails Mahoney on Bee Bop Gold for Sunshine 101 in January 1987;
A selection of Sunshine’s jingles from various stages of their history;
Samples of Pat Courtenay over on Australia’s Hot 100 in Darwin and down under on NZ’s Classic Hits;
Laser 558 jingles and promos;
A look at Phantom’s history up to their second licence application in 2000;
And finally a recording from June 1987 of Heartbeat Radio.