This is edition number 290 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on January 13th 2002.
On this week’s show:- The Voices of Atlantic 252 as featured on their final live programme (featured in full here); Charlie Wolf on board the MV Communicator for the offshore pirate Laser 558; Laser 558 Jingles & Promos; RTÉ Radio 2’s 5th Birthday Rap; Mark Cagney on national station Today FM in June 1998; Dublin dance pirate station ESG FM from April 2000 with Ciarán Murray in air; Finally, Pete Reed joins Ger for this week’s industry news.
This is edition number 338 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on December 15th 2002.
First this week is a quick listener’s request – a sample of Eamon Dunphy’s final moments on national station Today FM’s ‘The Last Word’.
Some more studio airchecks from the former long wave giant Atlantic 252 are aired next on the programme. These feature many of the voices which made the Meath-based station so popular on both sides of the Irish Sea.
From 1996, broadcasting on 105. (em) (err) …4, Phantom FM’s forerunner Coast FM is featured next with Jack Hyland on air from the station’s luxurious studios in Ballybrack on their final day of broadcasting.
Next up we’re back to the superpirate era with Q102 and an early recording of Dave Kelly on air. There’s also a sample of the opening moments of the station from 1985.
Next, from 96FM in Cork, there’s a recording of the very unique Ezeke from January this year.
This is followed by a unique recording of a Dublin bandscan from 1981.
Wish you were there? MOR FM in New Zealand do their utmost to make us Irish listeners jealous with this week’s final archive item.
As usual, Pete Reed finishes the show with a look at this week’s broadcast news.
This is edition number 342 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on January 12th 2003.
This week’s show starts with some airchecks of presenters who were on the move during 2002. Featured are Greg Gaughran in June; Aidan Cooney in November; Bob Conway in December; Jack Kincaid; and finally, the legendary BP Fallon and his one-off special show for Phantom FM last May.
The original Energy 94FM closed down last February. The next archive recording features moments from their last day on air.
Phantom FM is featured next with various clips through the years from the station.
Then, the ever-popular former long wave giant Atlantic 252 is featured with airchecks of Hollywood Hayes & Charlie Wolf on air.
Back to 1987 for the next archive recording. Featured is Jason Maine on Sunday morning duty for Q102.
On 15th December last year, John Public celebrated 20 years playing reggae music over the airwaves. Sampled is his show which aired on local Dublin station Jazz FM.
Finally in the archive section, we hear from from Barry Lang & Peter Collins at 2FM in 1998, two presenters who are no longer on your radio.
Throughout the show there’s a news review of last year, as reported by Radiowaves News, and the broadcast news is brought right up to date when Pete Reed joins Ger to finish the show.
The sixteenth edition of the licensed version of Phantom FM’s media industry programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast at 9am on February 18th 2007.
On this week’s edition:- Dusty Rhodes on 2FM in July 1998 with the extremely popular Hotline Request programme; More from Leon Tippler’s documentary series, this time featuring Sunshine Radio; From August 1967, Radio London as it prepared to close, plus Radio Caroline; Following the news update, the next item features Sydney station 2Day FM’s Fugitive promotion; Then from September 1989, the official launch of Atlantic 252; Next item features Nikki Hayes on Spin 1038; Last, from 1984, Chris Cary on Radio Nova.