This is edition number 291 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on January 20th 2002.
On this week’s programme:- The first episode of The Jam Jingles story; Tom Dunne from his time at 98FM in June 1998; From 1983, Jim Harland on overnights for New York’s 92 KTU FM; From November 15th 1998, John Lewis’s return to Radio Caroline on board The Ross Revenge; Rick O’Shea on FM104 in May 1998; And finally Pete Reed relays this week’s industry news.
This is edition number 339 of Phantom FM’s iconic programme presented by Ger Roe and Pete Reed as broadcast on December 22nd 2002.
Christmas on the radio through the years is the theme of this week’s Anorak Hour, which starts with a clip of Tommy Greene on his first day on Radio Dublin from December 1979. These days Tommy is with Lite Fm and he’s also sampled with his Saturday night ‘Soundtrack of the ’70s’ show.
From Christmas Eve 1985, Dave Kelly is featured next on the ‘Q Drive’ for Q102. Gary Hamill reads the news.
Sunshine Radio, with Paul Kavanagh on air from December 1983, is next, quickly followed by Mike Doyle on Radio Annabel from Christmas Eve of the same year.
Irish radio was never to be the same again. Gay Byrne’s final show for RTÉ Radio 1 aired on Christmas Eve 1998. It is extensively featured next.
From a stormy St Stephen’s Day in 1997, Philip Cawley on air for Radio Ireland (which was renamed Today FM shortly afterwards) is the next archive recording.
Finally, a sample from Dundalk station Radio Carousel’s Christmas Party from the mid-80s.
Pete Reed then presents the week’s broadcast news and brings us right up to date.
The thirteenth edition of the licensed version of Phantom FM’s media industry programme presented by Ger Roe as broadcast at 9am on January 28th 2007.
On this week’s edition:- Dublin’s Energy 103 from May 6th 1986 with Tony McKenzie on air; Then more Energy with Colm Hayes on breakfast duty in January 1987; Boyneside Radio from 1987 with Dave C on the air is next; Staying in Co Louth, Radio Carousel are featured next with an excerpt from the station’s history as broadcast in 1983; A recording of Gareth O’Callaghan from April 1988 on air for Q102 is the next item just before the news break; A feature on Sealand;