“for the words of the prophet written on the studio wall, concert hall, echoes with the sounds of salesmen” ….
remember when album sleeves had warnings on them, remember when the best radio in the city came from a fleet of abwood barna sheds? its back,,,, tuesday at noon 105.2FM on da radio phantom fm [myspace] [web] [podcasts]
Programme Schedule is announced!
The Phantom 105.2 programme schedule was announced today – October 18th – at an event in the Odessa Club, Dublin. Sinister Pete dished out the details along with Phantom’s CEO, Ger Roe and here’s how the line out goes!
0700-1000 Pure Morning with Sinister Pete
1000-1200 Access All Areas with Edel Coffey
1200-1400 Out to Lunch with Neill Austin
1400-1700 Phantom Daily with Simon MAher
1700-2000 Heavy Traffic with Jack Hyland
2000-2200 Specialist stream (see below)
2200-0100 Bedrock with John Caddell
0100-0700 The Phantom
Monday: Metal notes – Heavy metal – with Ray McGowan
Tuesday: ICON – Irish Content with Aidan Lynch
Wednesday: Spiral Stares – industrial/goth/darkwave with Una Kenneally
Thursday: The Producers – international new music – John Walshe
Friday: Powerhouse – powerchords, classic and hard modern rock – Presenter TBC
We’ve also a great line up for the weekends and some of the highlights are …
kiosk – arts, culture and entertainment round up.
Stadium Rock – keep up to date with all the scores along with your favourite music
The Abum Archive – John Caddell focuses on a seminal album every week.
Carraig Crua – 100% Irish music from beyond the pale presented as Gaelige.
The Anorak Hour – Ger Roe presents our broadcast media show.
Cinemascopes – a cinema themed show covering all the latest visual releases.
Random Access – This is where you guys get random access to the Phantom music library for 2 hours
The Two Petes – They’re back. Need we say any more?
— home taping didn’t kill music – muzakTV boy & girl bands and formatted radio did. if you work for an outfit that mixes it a list with its b list near the advertisers playlist… listen in at noon on tuesday,,,, for the words of the prophet written on the studio wall, concert hall, echoes with the sounds of salesmen