From May 1986 this is David Baker on air for Radio Sandymount – one of the series of ‘Festival’ stations that popped up in towns whenever they had their Community Week during the summer months. This recording starts at 2.31pm.
Seasonal Dublin pirate station Radio Snowflake from December 21st 1988 with David Baker on air.
This recording starts at 5.54pm.
These are recordings of a large selection of the live programming from the first day of Premier FM’s first temporary licence run on 94.9MHz in Dublin.
The classic oldies station went live at midnight on September 18th 2004 from a studio located in the Russell Court Hotel in the heart of the city.
We have every minute of live programming from midnight through to 3.30pm. Then we have the three hour block from 6pm-9pm.
Greg Townsend introduces some of the Premier FM team from midnight [Full]
Greg Townsend returns for the first live show of the day at 8am [Full]
Denis Wilson takes over at 10am, with Alan Russell on News [Full]
David Baker is in studio from midday [Full]
Garv Rigby takes over from 2pm [90 mins]
From 5pm Vincent Hughes presents two hours of Strictly ’70s [6-7pm]
Mike Williams takes the 7-10pm slot [120 mins]
This is how Radiowaves News announced this programme on Irish Music Radio.
As part of their final weekend of broadcasting to Dublin under their present temporary licence Irish Music Radio will host a special two hour discussion show looking at radio past and present this Sunday.
Presented by Joe Doyle, the show, which will be broadcast as part of the station’s ‘Meltdown’, will be aired live at 1pm this Sunday on 94.9MHz FM. Contributing to the discussion will be Phantom FM’s Ger Roe, Dr Don of A.R.D/Radio Dublin fame, FM104’s Andy Preston, 98FM’s Barry Dunne, David Baker of Klas/Heartbeat fame, Premier FM’s Paul Shepherd and Chris Adams of Irish Music Radio.
This IMR recording is a Radio Retro original