Whats the best Irish radio station to listen to?


#1302

#1303

I was out in the car there earlier listening to John Kelly. It was a magnificent show. I often imagine I could do what he does but I know in my heart that I couldn’t. There was a segment between 8 and 830 where he played French music that was just bliss.


#1304

Just listening to Moncrief on News talk for first time in a while.
My memory is that the show was all ways a decent listen, awful scutter what I’ve heard today
He’s so right on its painful
Back to lyric


#1305

Roy Jones Jnr on Off the Ball. :rofl::rofl::rofl:

Himself and @Cicero_Dandi would be a debate for the ages


#1306

Roy is cleaning house.


#1307

The arts show on Radio 1 last night had a great piece to make the 200th anniversary of the birth of Emily Bronte. A Trinity College Dublin professor reckoned her only novel Wuthering Heights was in top 5 novels of all time.


#1308

Did it for the Leaving.


#1309

RJJ destroyed that snowflake Molloy, it was fascinating listening.


#1310

What was the gist of it? Roy was the man and he’s a class analyst.


#1311

Said that cock fighting was small fry compared to teenagers being gang raped and Molloy didn’t want to know about it.


#1312

The doc on rte1 today is fucking brilliant. The hurling year 1998. Rows in Munster final, Jimmy Cooney’s cock up, Gerlock threatening all out war…brilliant listening

If I ever come back as an intercounty hurler I’d want to play for Offaly. Johnny Pilkington was well fit to enjoy himself
:beer::beer:


#1313

Its good. It will probably be repeated tomorrow night.


#1314

Is this a new one? I mentioned before that the doc on one detailing Stephen Roche in 87 is a great listen.


#1315

Not new, first aired in 2008. Called “Who fears to speak of 98”. Repeated tomorrow night at 7pm for any interested.


#1316

No thanks


#1317

Is Paul Flynn on it whinging?


#1318

No worries pal. I erroneously thought that your recent affinity with stick-fighing would be enhanced.
It’s pissing rain here, I can imagine the sea is a bit choppy for yachting activities so take it handy. I’ve had no luck yet in getting Lr. Hogan tickets for you yet but I’m on the case.


#1319

That one took a really strange turn alright.


#1320

A good one from a few years back about a complete rogue. I’m one of The Paddies who depended on him to see The Sunday Game every weekend in London 30 years ago. Monday nights in The Spotted Dog…


#1321

Listened to it a few times, it’s very good.
I woke up the morning of the Offaly / Clare semi with a horrible hangover and had to go to work. Except I didn’t, I called in sick for I think the only time in my life and retired to Rody Bolands for the afternoon to watch it. It got a bit mental in there that night.
I woke up with a horrible hangover the following morning…