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The Irish Pirate Radio Exhibition
The Irish Broadcasting Hall of Fame honours all those broadcasters who have engaged, enraged and enthralled us for nearly 100 years
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The Irish Pirate Radio Exhibition 2h
What brilliant coverage from Drogheda. 3 nights I've enjoyed from start to finish but tonight was outstanding. a revelation, Horslips & Lisa Canny looping was music heaven. Also Happy birthday
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Trevor Welch 7h
A big thank you to Patricia and her team for hosting myself and my brother Noel to speak on the history of Pirate Radio in Cork as part of Cork Heritage week.
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1916EasterRisingTour 10h
Limited places still available for Saturday and 4 places available on Sunday. Book now for this global first, a free walking tour of a public house with 250 years on history from Daniel O'Comnell to Patrick Pearse and even Jimmy Cagney
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Cavan County Museum 11h
⁦Heritage Week Experience the life and literary works of the wonderful Edith Somerville a ‘Woman of Influence’ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Pirate Radio News UK Aug 16
The latest UK Pirate Radio News! Thanks to
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Irish Student Radio Aug 14
Rob Quicke: Student Radio is under appreciated, undervalued and underestimated, but has passion, creativity and the best music programming.
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Wired Fm Aug 14
Getting excited and motivated for the year ahead listening to Dr Robert Quicke talk about the importance of college radio at Alternatives 2019 in Cambridge
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Cathal Mac Coille Aug 16
Very interesting project, both to read about and to apply personally in answering the survey’s questions.
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Patsy McGarryIT Aug 15
On this day 370 years ago (August 15th, 1649) Oliver Cromwell began his unforgettable tour of Ireland....
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Gavin Duffy Aug 16
1977, 42yrs ago today Elvis Presley Died.
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All Things Comedy Aug 11
An Irish Rugby team got kicked out of The Bluejays game for showing up in matching Canadian tuxedos, getting wasted, and for having more fun than is allowed at a baseball game. Via
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Heritage Week Aug 15
This , enjoy Athenry Walled Town Day, developed by and and the Network. See the attached for all the info you need!
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Big Hits Radio UK Aug 14
Tonight from 10pm we bring you a repeat of the Great British Pirate Era to mark the anniversary of the Marine Offences Act on 14th August 1967.
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Jaka Bartolj Aug 14
Replying to @WillStuddert
There was a radio in the 1930s that had a map of Europe in place of a dial. (A light lit up on the map to indicate the location of each tuned station.)
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1916EasterRisingTour Aug 14
On sale shortly.
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The Irish Pirate Radio Exhibition Aug 14
My week on Twitter 🎉: 3 Mentions, 11 Likes, 4 Retweets, 5.02K Retweet Reach, 6 New Followers. See yours with
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Raidió Fáilte Aug 14
Dianchúrsa Traenála i Scileanna Craoltóireachta Raidió Fáilte 107.1FM Ionad: Áras Raidió Fáilte Dáta: 28 Lúnasa 2019 Am: 2-6pm traenail@raidiofailte.com nó 028 90 310013 Ní gá taithí sna meáin
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The Irish Pirate Radio Exhibition Aug 14
Our biggest fans this week: BrianGreene. Thank you! via
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The Irish Pirate Radio Exhibition Aug 13
Surely that should be a new presenter for a new evening programme to allow creativity, expression and experimentation
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The Irish Pirate Radio Exhibition Aug 13
My first day of treatment for cancer, invasive, painful and worth it. Too many dark times thinking about it, now its started and tosh to the side effects lets get this awful radition done so i can flip cancer the bird ans eat a bird every Christmas for the next 92 years
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