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ARCHIVES OF RADIO DUBLIN: This are the start of our Radio Dublin audio files index. These are many other Radio Dublin files in the archives that are in need of sharing. Many are from Cooke's News that was broadcast every Sunday around 1330(ish) usually 15-20m later!!

 

RADIO DUBLIN THEME - BOOLA BOOLA by DRIFTER SOUND  
RADIO DUBLIN THEME - I LIKE IT by the DA BAND  

 

 

1978_04_16_1330_253_and_sw_radio_dublin_cookes_news_after_mutiny_via_mb_c60_61_kb.mp3
37,145k
1981_02_28_sat_radiodublin_6240_1300-1435_top40.mp3 87,983k

 

1987_02_23_mon_dublin_105fm_0752-0932_mikebaron-gh673.mp3 New Mar 2021 The following 4 files make up a 6 hour continuous chunk of Radio Dublin daytime programming from a Monday in February 1987.  This first file starts with Mike Baron on the breakfast show, broken up by 'Bob Gas' at 8am.  Recorded in Dublin City centre from 105MHz in mono.
93MB
1987_02_23_mon_dublin_105fm_0932-1112_mikebaron_mikeeastwood-gh673.mp3 New Mar 2021 The second file has the mid-morning Mike Baron and Mike Eastwood changoever. 93MB
1987_02_23_mon_dublin_105fm_1112-1253_mikeeastwood-gh673.mp3 New Mar 2021 This file is all Mike Eastwood through lunchtime until just before 1pm.
93MB
1987_02_23_mon_dublin_105fm_1253-1420_mikeeastwood_brianedgar-gh673.mp3 New Mar 2021 Finally, Mike Eastwood hands over to Brian Edgar and the recording finishes during his show. 79MB

 

1988_12_25_sun_dublin_1188am_1100-1400_shaywest_johndean_captains_news_poor_signal_and_audio.mp3 The last Sunday morning of 'legality' with Shay West also including the final 'Station News' before legislation. 172,210k
RadioDublin--Dublin1188kHz--December30th1988--1930.mp3 Thanks go to radiowaves.fm for this recording 73M
1988_12_31_sat_dublin_1188am_0905-1100_robbieprior_final_breakfast_show-gh789.mp3 New DEC 2020 Two hours of the last breakfast show with Robbie Prior. This was recorded near Blackpool from 1188kHz and the reception and audio is sadly quite poor.  The end of the programme is also included in the file below, but that one is better quality even though it was also recorded near Blackpool. The aerial and receiver was much better in that recording. 104M
1988_12_31_sat_dublin_1188am_1045-1132_robbieprior_davefelton_tonyquinn-gh821.mp3 New DEC 2020 The end of the last breakfast show with Robbie Prior, followed by Dave Felton and Tony Quinn hosting a show discussing station closures and featuring recordings from stations which closed on Friday.  Recorded near Blackpool, and suffers variable audio and splatter from Telstar (Dundalk) on 1197kHz. 43M
1988_12_31_sat_dublin_1188am_1133-1220_davefelton_tonyquinn-gh821.mp3 New DEC 2020 A continuation of the above, during which they play the end of Sunshine 101, and Heartbeat FM.  Again quality is not good in places as microphone levels seem to be up and down.  There is also a hum on the audio in places. 43M
1988_12_31_sat_dublin_1188am_1220-1306_davefelton_tonyquinn-gh1019.mp3 New JAN 2021 More of the Heartbeat close and then phone calls and station staff call in. Low audio on phone calls sadly makes for difficult listening. Received near Blackpool. There is also a hum on the audio in places. 43M
1988_12_31_sat_dublin_1188am_1306-1354_davefelton_tonyquinn-gh1019.mp3 New JAN 2021 More phone calls and chat with Dave Felton and Tony Quinn about the coming closedowns. Recorded near Blackpool from 1188kHz, so foreign interference is creeping in. 43M
RadioDublin--Dublin105.3MHz--December31st1988--1632.mp3 New JAN 2021 Thanks go to radiowaves.fm for this recording from the late Saturday afternoon before legislation. 201M

 

1989_01_03_tue_dublin_1188am_0830-1000-gh1041.mp3 New Mar 2021 One of the first 'live' breakfast shows on Radio Dublin following legislation which is possibly presented by Mike Baron. The show finishes at 10am, and at the end of the recording are a few airchecks from the next show. Recorded near Blackpool from 1188kHz and there is a bit of hum on the early part of the signal.  The shortwave transmitter on 6910kHz was also mentioned in this programme.

88MB

1989_01_19_thu_dublin_1188am_0925-0946_esb_cut_electric.mp3 Some of the programmes in the initial days of 1989 had very few deejay links. Here is the point in the breakfast show when the ESB cut the power to 58 Inchicore Road.

17,296k

1989_01_19_thu_dublin_1188am_1528-1610_drivetime.mp3 The power was restored and Radio Dublin returned shortly afterwards. This recording was made near Blackpool later in the afternoon.

41,171k

1989_01_22_sun_dublin_1188am_1300-1400_brianpage_captains_news.mp3 50,730k
890615_thu_dublin_100fm_1555-1640_joedoyle.mp3

43,040k

890615_thu_dublin_100fm_1640-1815_joedoyle_paulcoady.mp3

64,810k

890615_thu_dublin_100fm_1920-2005_paulcoady_bernardevans.mp3

43,820k

890615_thu_dublin_100fm_2020-2105_bernardevans.mp3

42,130k

890615_thu_dublin_100fm_2145-2315_bernardevans_tonyjackson.mp3

87,190k

890702_sun_dublin_101fm_1830-1915_mikewilson.mp3

44,330k

 

1990_02_04_sun_dublin_1188am_1420-1440_joedoyle_station_news-gh645.mp3 New JAN 2021 18M
1990_02_00_sun_dublin_1188am_1300-1430_gh870.mp3 86,355k
1990_04_09_mon_dublin_1188am_0825-1025_joedoyle_gh818.mp3 109,364k

 

 


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