Live Blog

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Lifetime ambition to be a stockbroker Meanwhile he’s happy with horses & pokerGambling away his weekly wages it’s ruining his life in predictable stagesA house & a home were lost last year And the odds aren’t high for a stable careerThe fluttering expert has gone to the dogs  A weekly night out from the bookies…

Categorized as poetry

World Radio Day

A flash back to WRD 2018 Talking to Justin Behan (Radio Amateur) Lar Wright (iRadio) Mike Wright (ex RTÉ / Radio Caroline North) Rory Hinchey (Phoenix Amateur Radio Club, Coolmine, D15)

Victoria Keating

September 1st 2021 – Recovery Month. I interviewed Cork Singer Songwriter Victoria Keating. The winner in this recording is the truth. The format length allowed time to get deep into conversation and explore the recovery journey and music and then more time to explore the intersection of both. Thank you to Victoria for being so…

Programming the 80s

image via Damian Scattergood

Before the 1980s coding was inaccessible and difficult. Along came affordable home computing and things got a little bit easier. But the simplistic capabilities of the hardware made the coding more challenging as bedroom coders pushed the chips to their limits. I talk to Damian Scattergood of about programming the early years of the…

voice reel

radio voice over artist – Dublin – Ireland – for advertising, promotions, narration, podcasting & radio voiceover work. email

Categorized as audio, radio


Today after 19 years on FTA TV I added IPTV. The range of services available is very good. Of course I keep my FTA as well. IPTV lacks teletext and red button services and radio…. Vodafone forgot ‘radio on TV’ and limited radio selection. There really is a gap in the market for FTA catch…

Continuity BBC

Can anyone remember what BBC Continuity used to talk about before they had to cross promote BBC Sounds and iPlayer? Tune to local radio, alert to a new show that is coming up, tell key holders to return to their shops because of incendiary devices.