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NIall Boylan at Night is live Monday to Friday from on Classic Hits 4FM from 9pm. For more go to classichits.ie or follow on twitter: @niallboylan4fm Here is a random selection of the callers to the show on a nightly basis, Irelands fastest growing late night talk show http://youtu.be/0YrbW9kuWPE Dave called in to react to an Australian doctor's opinion that women should share some of the blame for their men cheating. Dr Laura Schlessinger said that men have certain needs in the bedroom and if women don't fulfil their needs they are to blame for their man straying. He then admitted to having an affair and it wasn't long until he was caught! For any media queries contact email@example.com
1993 Christmas Recordings from 98 FM (Dublin). With Mark Cagney. ------------ Grabaciones de "98 FM" efectuadas en radiocassette en el mismo Dublín, en las Navidades de 1993. Incluye anuncios locales. ------------ From Wikipedia: Mark Cagney was born in Cork, Ireland. Cagney was one of eight children in the family; he left home at age 15 because of difficulties with his father, who he described as a "remarkable man": an inventor, a musician, a welder, a mechanic, and a lecturer in electronics. Cagney learned how to take care of himself as a result of being on his own so early. He longed to have some musical ability, but settled for working with a variety of bands. He also learned about audio and audio studio processes; this got him a job as a shore-based radio operator. He devoted quite a ...
Radio Dublin Interview June 1 1984 Shared by DavidA @ http://smithstorrents.co.uk/forum/ Topics Growing up wanting to be a singer, childhood musical heroes, James Dean, Oscar Wilde, style and fame, record sleeves, the Terence Stamp single sleeve, Viv Nicholson, working with Sandie Shaw, "Jeane", school, sports, making videos, gender and sexual identification, being a guru, being a popstar, being miserable
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Legendary RADIO NOVA broadcaster BOB GALLICO presents 'NOVA SONGS PART 1'. RADIO NOVA was Ireland's most successful radio station owned and operated by the great CHRIS CARY and featuring Ireland's most prominent broadcasters including SYBIL FENNELL, BOB GALLICO, GEORGE LONG, BERNIE JAMESON, CHRIS BARRY, ROLAND BURKE, TONY ALLAN, JOHN CLARKE, DECLAN MEEHAN, JASON MAINE, CHRIS BARRY, GARY HAMILL, SEAN McCARTHY amongst others.