Freedom to make an FM return

Freedom FM are to make a return to Dublin's FM band from September 18th. The former pirate station, who returned as an online outfit last year, will broadcast for thirty days consecutively under a temporary licence granted by the BAI.
Freedom FM first appeared in March 1995, broadcasting from a garden shed in Templeogue. It ran until the infamous Black Tuesday raids of May 2003. 
The majority of the old familiar names will be involved with the new Freedom FM, which will broadcast on 105.2MHz.

Freedom FM are to make a return to Dublin’s FM band from September 18th. The former pirate station, who returned as an online outfit last year, will broadcast for thirty days consecutively under a temporary licence granted by the BAI. It will also be available in Cork, Limerick and Galway.
Freedom FM first appeared in March 1995, broadcasting from a garden shed in Templeogue. It ran until the infamous Black Tuesday raids of May 2003.
The majority of the old familiar names will be involved with the new Freedom FM, which will broadcast on 105.2MHz in Dublin and on different frequencies in the other broadcast areas.

Visit the new Freedom website here.

Revisit the old 00s website in our Museum by tapping here.

The Freedom FM database page at Radiowaves.fm is here.

And you can listen back to how the station used to sound by tapping here.