Irish Radio Database

Welcome to the Radiowaves.FM Irish radio station database. In this section you can find dedicated pages for every radio station ever to broadcast in, or specifically to, the island of Ireland*.

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An explanation of the geographical terms relating to Ireland:-
Ireland is both the name of the island and the official name of the country that covers the majority of the island (bar six counties in the north-east);
Republic of Ireland is the political name for the country that covers the majority of the island (bar six counties in the north-east);
Northern Ireland is the name of the country that covers six counties in the north-east of the island and forms part of the United Kingdom;
The British Isles is a geographical description of the islands of Britain and Ireland and all the islands surrounding same.
Note – some people in Ireland find its use offensive and it is now falling out of favour with the term Britain and Ireland tending to be used instead ;
Britain is the island to the right of the island of Ireland and consists of Scotland, England and Wales;
The United Kingdom (officially The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) consists of the three countries in Britain and Northern Ireland;
Ulster is the name of one of the four provinces in Ireland. Six of the nine counties of Ulster are bordered and form the country known as Northern Ireland. The other three counties are part of the Republic, along with the provinces of Leinster, Munster and Connaught.
Éire is the name of the country when speaking in Irish, one of two of the country’s official languages.
Note: the use of the word ‘Éire’ when communicating in English is considered offensive and condescendingly derogative to many people in Ireland;
Southern Ireland was a brief (British) political name used during the transition to independence for what is now known as the Republic of Ireland.
Note: the most northerly point on the island, all of the west and south, and most of the east resides in this area and, as such, its continued use by some is considered to be condescendingly derogative to many people in Ireland;