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Boyneside Radio April 3rd 1980

This is a recording of the Louth station Boyneside Radio off 225metres. Peter Madison sits in on The Brendan Kierans Motors Show, and then receives psychological help, on the morning of April 3rd 1980.

This is a recording of the Louth station Boyneside Radio off 225metres. Peter Madison sits in on The Brendan Kierans Motors Show, and then receives psychological help, on the morning of April 3rd 1980.
There is also the option of listening to an airchecked version below…



Airchecked version


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Boyneside Radio February 25th 1987

Recorded from the Louth station's 105.5MHz Dublin relay, this is Boyneside Radio on the afternoon of February 25th 1987 with Ian Scott on the air from 4.25pm.

Recorded from the Louth station’s 105.5MHz Dublin relay, this is Boyneside Radio on the afternoon of February 25th 1987 with Ian Scott on the air from 4.25pm.


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More from Boyneside Radio or Ian Scott

Boyneside Radio

From Drogheda in Louth this is Boyneside Radio on 1305kHz with Dermot Kearns asking the questions days after the station was raided. This recording starts at 12.05pm.

Following DK Asks The Questions, Heddy Eddie presents the Double Top 10 Show from 1.30pm.

These recordings are with kind courtesy of Gary Hogg

Boyneside Radio April 28th 1988

This is a recording of Dermot Finglas with the Miscellaneous Hour on Boyneside Radio. It starts at 10am on April 28h 1988 and is taken off 1305kHz.

This is a recording of Dermot Finglas with the Miscellaneous Hour on Boyneside Radio. It starts at 10am on April 28th 1988 and is taken off 1305kHz.

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More from Boyneside Radio or Dermot Finglas

Boyneside Radio June 8th 1988

This is a recording of Boyneside Radio from Co Louth on 1305kHz which runs from 8.45am through to 3.10pm on June 8th 1988.

First, from 9.45am Mike Ahern is at the mic and on newsreading duties.

Next, it’s the Miscellaneous Hour from 10am with Dermot Finglas.

Then, Yvonne Lenihan presents the mid-morning show from 11am-2pm, incorporating the main lunchtime news.

Finally, from 2pm Michael Gerrard takes over.

These recordings are with kind courtesy of Gary Hogg

Boyneside Radio August 31st 1988

This is a recording of the Louth station Boyneside Radio off 225metres. Peter Madison sits in on The Brendan Kierans Motors Show, and then receives psychological help, on the morning of April 3rd 1980.

This is an airchecked recording of a split shift for Michael Gerrard on Boyneside Radio, the Louth station based in Drogheda, from August 1988.



Radio Retro: archiving Irish radio broadcasts since 2002
This recording is by kind courtesy of Michael Gerrard

Boyneside Radio December 31st 1988

From Boyneside Radio’s last day on air, this is the final Green Scene for the station with presenter Heady Eddie.
The programme starts at 10am on December 31st 1988.

Listen, as broadcast

Listen, airchecked


Boyneside Radio’s final two hours on the air in Drogheda in 1988 took the form of a programme called ‘Boyneside Radio Saying Goodbye’, with a full history of the station.

We join it right at the start at 1pm on December 31st .


Eddie Caffrey: Hasn’t changed much if you listen in now! Lol I remember that day well as we followed the Green Scene with a closedown show, and after a few drinks (you could then) in the Trinity Arms went around to turn off the AM at the Rossnaree Hotel and the two FMs at Fieldstown Hill, Monasterboice, and that night played records in the Lemon and Clove, Ardee and then later at Julianstown, Co Meath…what was I thinking!


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