- 1 Where can I find Irish music on the radio?
- 2 Can I listen to Irish radio in UK?
- 3 What is Irelands most popular radio station?
- 4 What frequency is Irish pub?
- 5 What number is Irish radio?
- 6 How many radio stations are in Ireland?
- 7 How do I get UK radio stations in Ireland?
- 8 What is on Irish radio now?
- 9 Can you get RTE Radio in UK?
- 10 How can I listen to RTE radio?
- 11 What are the top 10 radio stations?
- 12 What is the most popular radio station in Dublin?
- 13 Is Southern Ireland part of the UK?
Where can I find Irish music on the radio?
- WCTY – 97.7 FM.
- KCFN – American Family Radio 91.1 FM.
- KFDI-FM – 101.3 FM.
- KMUW – Wichita 89.1 FM.
- KCVW – Bott Radio Network 94.3 FM.
- KEYN-FM – Classic Hits 103.7 FM.
- KFBZ – The Buzz 105.3 FM.
- KFH-FM – Sports Radio 98.7 FM.
Can I listen to Irish radio in UK?
Visit www.midwestradio.ie to listen in. RTÉ Radio operates four primary national stations — RTÉ Radio 1,RTÉ 2fm, RTÉ lyric fm and RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta — and seven exclusively digital stations — RTÉ Radio 1 Xtra, RTÉ Choice, RTÉ Pulse,RTÉ Chill, RTÉ Gold, RTÉ 2XM and RTÉ Junior, available online.
What is Irelands most popular radio station?
Newstalk is the most popular radio station for listeners commuting with 24 per cent of listeners tuning in, 17.5 per cent opt for Today FM and Spin 1038 get 15 per cent of the vote.
What frequency is Irish pub?
Irish Pub Radio listen live 24/7 online on LiveRadio internet radio platform. 4.21.
|External Live Stream||Format||Bitrate|
What number is Irish radio?
|RTÉ Radio 1||Mixed network – speech and music||88–90 FM, 252 LW|
|RTÉ 2FM||Popular music||90–92 FM|
|RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta||Mixed network in Irish language||93–94 FM|
|RTÉ Lyric FM||Classical music||96–99 FM|
How many radio stations are in Ireland?
Currently there are 20 fully licensed community radio stations on air in Ireland, with offers of contracts from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, while there are 42 stations in the process of obtaining a licence.
How do I get UK radio stations in Ireland?
You can often receive stations such as BBC Radio 4 on FM in the east and south-east of Ireland. The best way to listen to BBC stations in Ireland is via the internet, either through the BBC’s website, with a radio app or a standalone internet radio.
What is on Irish radio now?
- 00:00 – Overnight.
- 05:00 – Early Breakfast. with Pamela Joyce.
- 07:00 – The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show.
- 09:00 – Dermot & Dave.
- 12:00 – Mairead Ronan.
- 14:00 – Fergal D’Arcy.
- 16:30 – The Last Word. with Matt Cooper.
- 19:00 – Ed’s National Anthems.
Can you get RTE Radio in UK?
RTÉ Radio 1 programmes on LW 252 can be received in most of Britain. Western parts of mainland Europe receive LW 252 with variable success. Our nine channels are available 24 hours daily on the online RTÉ Radio Player. RTÉ Radio 1 is also available on Sky and Freesat where available.
How can I listen to RTE radio?
You can listen live to all programmes on RTÉ Radio’s FM and Digital stations. You can listen back to most programmes on the four FM services and a selection from four of the digital services: RTÉ 2XM, RTÉ Pulse, RTÉjr Radio and RTÉ Radio 1 Extra.
What are the top 10 radio stations?
Top 10 Radio Stations in the United States
- WTOP. Washington’s Top News. Washington, D.C.
- KIIS-FM. Los Angeles, California. Contemporary Hit Radio.
- KBIG-FM. Los Angeles, California.
- WLTW-FM. New York, New York.
- WHTZ-FM. New York, New York.
- WFAN-FM. New York, New York.
- 1010 WINS. New York, New York.
- WCBS-AM. New York, New York.
What is the most popular radio station in Dublin?
In the ” listened yesterday” breakdown, RTE Radio 1 still has the largest share, unchanged from the previous level of 34 per cent. Of the music stations, FM104 remains in the number one position, although it slipped 2 per cent on audience share to 27 per cent.
Is Southern Ireland part of the UK?
Ireland was split into two separate jurisdictions in 1921: Southern Ireland and Northern Ireland. Southern Ireland became the Irish Free State and left the United Kingdom in 1922, left the Commonwealth of Nations in 1949 and is now known as the Republic of Ireland or simply Ireland.