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A Christian Ministry opportunity in Tech/Media/Radio 93.1 LifeFM is looking to fill the position of Radio IT technician. In this position, the successful applicant will be responsible for: Maintaining the radio broadcast system Scheduling and programming Maintaining the integrity of all computer workstations and associated software Main point of contact for employees who are experiencing […]

Dear Friends, Warmest Greetings. We are coming up to 9 years on air!  Our current broadcasting contract runs through to Dec 2020. Right now Spirit Radio is applying to the Broadcasting Authorities for a second 10 year licence.  It is a good time for us to give thanks for all God has done. It is […]

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin has paid tribute to the gifts of faith, love and professionalism of the late veteran broadcaster Gay Byrne. He noted that Gay was “genuinely religious”, and regularly attended the celebration of Mass. He was also very attached to a convent of enclosed nuns in Simmons Court Road in Dublin. Referring to his […]

Bangor band Rend Collective play Belfast and Dublin on May 19th and 20th.  Wendy chats with band leader Gareth Gilkeson about life on the road (with all the family!) and why they’re looking forward to playing back in Ireland.

Blessington teenagers Sean and Conor Price chat with Wendy about taking part in XFactor 2017, their new single release ‘Be Like You’ and their upcoming Irish Tour.

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Ireland Head Coach Joe Schmidt says there’s so much happening right now in Irish Rugby that he hasn’t had time to reflect on the historic clean sweep.

We are experiencing some difficulties with our medium wave transmission. We are working to rectify the problem and hope to be back on air as soon as possible. Thank You for your understanding.  

27th January 2018 marks our 7th year on the Irish airwaves. We want to thank all those who have supported the station in that time and look forward to expanding our coverage and improving our output in the months ahead. Below is the text of the article about the station published in the Irish Independent […]

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