Whats the best Irish radio station to listen to?


#1201

No.

Don’t call it Ground Zero anymore’: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg urges Americans to move past the moniker linked to Twin Towers’ destruction

Think they stopped calling it that after the new construction ended.


#1202

Lower Manhattan. And it still is.


#1203

I would simply have said Manhattan and would have expected a prize


#1204

A month’s supply of Manhattan peanuts would have been lovely.


#1205

badly phrased question


#1206

Route 66?


#1207

Outstanding.


#1208

Pat Courtney on Radio Nova is a class act


#1209

Irish radio :rofl:


#1210

Says your man who listens to the royalist BBC


#1211

I listen to TB12 FM all day, mate


#1212

& the TFK podcast I hope


#1213

Of course, bro…


#1214

I quite enjoy Shay Byrne for 20 mins every weekday morning on rte. Seems a decent sort and plays good music. He’ll be getting a better shift in the future.


#1215

Unwittingly tuned into Limerick Regional Hospital Radio station yesterday on 94.2fm. I never knew they had a radio station. Really nice mellow easy listening tunes one after the other, I really thought I had scored with a new channel. I tried tuning in today but it had now transmogrified into Radio Na Gaeilge. Seems the hospital station is only available out that side of town which I was in the car at the time. Disappointing seeing as trying to tune in a decent song on the radio these days is almost impossible.


#1216

Gerry Hannon would be the right man for the regional hospital station.


#1217

I haven’t heard him in about 10 years I’d say. I can remember he would be on late on RLO but since the UTV takeover I think he scarpered off to the hills. I recall him being apoplectic about the Orange takeover.


#1218

He was ahead of his time in fairness, an unbelievable contrarion.


#1219

I like it.

He was indeed.


#1220

World Report on RTE 1 would put years on you.