Whats the best Irish radio station to listen to?


#1261

Fuck mainstream media


#1262

I don’t mind Sarah but it’s hard to believe that somebody let go by Newstalk has picked up one of the toughest gigs on RTE


#1263

John Kelly had yer man the playwright Enda Walsh on last night. They both reckoned that their first gig was the Horslips at Jambarora in Mount Melleray in 1977. Jambarora was the celebration of 50 years of the Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland. Were any of our TFK royalty at Jambarora? Cc @balbec cc @ciarancareyshurlingarmy


#1264

Great playlist btw


#1265

Good one, you ould codger


#1266

It isn’t really .


#1267

I think I might have missed that by a year but I do remember the Jamborora song. Kilmallock CBSI did go camping :ok_hand: to Lismore in ‘79. I remember Graeme Mul’s father Tommy leading the singing of “Up the Junction” around the campfire.


#1268

How twee


#1269

I knew you would appreciate it.


#1270

as the swan slowly roasted on the fire…


#1271

Jambarora Jambarora fifty years agora?


#1273

He comes across as a complete tosser on radio
He’s always moaning about RTE gold having no resources. Get the fucking message Leahy - you weren’t wanted by the big boys and have now being farmed out to the MLS of elite radio presenters.


#1274

He’s knocking it out of the park right now


#1275

Damon Albarn effort at an interview on Ian Dempsey show this morning could be charitably described as minimalist.


#1276

Bizarre behaviour. I turned over but I don’t know why presenters don’t just hang up on them when they’re acting the cunt like that.


#1277

#1278

Thank Christ, it was absolutely terrible.


#1279

Anytime I heard it, it was fairly fawning/gushing type of stuff

I thought we all agreed John Kelly is the only music show to be listened to on the island


#1280

Nadine has a lovely voice.

I’d listen to her talk gibberish all day long.


#1281

It was John Creedon mate, Kelly for snobs