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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# radio waves

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'The station revolutionised radio for a generation': Ronan O'Rahilly, founder of Radio Caroline, dies aged 79
The station had a listenership of up to 30 million and gave a host of famous presenters their starts in radio.
Five separate complaints over use of 'f*ck', 'sh*t' and 'Jesus Christ' rejected by watchdog
In all five cases, the complaints were made by the same person.
Radio wars: Ivan Yates smiling in the Hard Shoulder as ditched Today FM presenter wins listeners
RTÉ’s dominance of the top 20 shows is broken only by Ivan Yates.
Big shakeup at Today FM as presenter says she's been 'fired' from the station
Mairead Ronan is to take on lunchtime slot currently held by Muireann O’Connell.
2FM has more daily listeners than Today FM for the first time since Gerry Ryan's death
The survey covers the summer months and shows that over 3.1 million Irish people listen to the radio every day.
Quiz: How much do you know about Irish radio?
Know your stuff? Prove it.
There's a ruckus brewing in south Dublin over a mobile phone mast next to a kids' school
Parents say the proposed mast is a ‘risk they’re not willing to take’.
After five years, The John Murray Show is over - here are some of the best bits
Murray’s run in the hour after Morning Ireland ended at 10am today.
Almost EVERY Irish radio station played a tribute to Tony Fenton this afternoon
Dozens played Say A Little Prayer by Aretha Franklin at 2.30pm
Anton Savage's "fun and well-informed" radio show will begin on Monday
Savage is replacing Ray D’Arcy, who is returning to RTÉ.
Here's what those US journalists 'rejected' by our Ministers made of us
Their first NPR report is now live.
Louise Duffy to replace KC on Today FM
Duffy moves from the early breakfast slot to replace the Cork man.
BREAKING: Staff laid off under Phantom FM restructuring plan
It is understood that up to 20 members of staff were laid off at the station today.
NSA using radio waves to access 100,000 offline computers
The technology has been used to monitor the Chinese Army, Mexican police and drug cartels, and trade institutions inside the European Union.
RTÉ regains lost listeners as Morning Ireland opens the gap on Newstalk Breakfast
Today FM has seen losses to their three flagship shows, but RTÉ has regained some lost listeners.
Here's what electromagnetic force field from a laptop looks like
Beautiful, but you might think twice about sitting with your computer directly on your lap.