A temporary radio station called The Sound Of Ireland is kicking of an 8-day run from Saturday March 11th to Saturday March 18th to coincide with St. Patrick’s Day activities.
The station will be broadcasting on 94.3FM in Dublin, and online and through smart speakers also.
Acts like Pillow Queens, Chieftans, Fontaines D.C., U2, Sinead O’Connor, Dermot Kennedy are listed on the website as examples or the music output along with stories of Irish trailblazers who changed the worlds of music, sport, literature and science tooo.
Here’s the blurb
What have these inventions in common – ejector seats, flavoured crisps, batteries, the bacon rasher and colour photography? They were all invented by an Irish person! Discover amazing Irish facts about Ireland and MUCH more at THE SOUND OF IRELAND radio station – celebrating our national holiday for 8 days from March 11th to 18th on FM in Dublin and online worldwide. Sing along to a stunning soundtrack of the best Irish music – from the Pillow Queens to The Chieftains. Be amazed at the incredible stories of Irish trailblazers who changed the worlds of music, sport, literature and science – weird and wonderful Irish inventions and world renowned cultural icons. Take a dive into our history, heritage and language and hear the voices of the Irish diaspora who have spread the best of Irish all around the world.
First launched in March 2022, The Sound of Ireland is proud to partner again this year with the Department of Foreign Affairs as an official sponsor and Christmas FM as media partner.
- Listen to ‘The Sound of Ireland’ from anywhere in the world via https://thesoundofireland.com/
- Listen on FM in Dublin on 94.3FM
- Ask your Google speaker to ‘Talk to The Sound of Ireland’ OR Ask Alexa to ‘Enable the Sound of Ireland skill’ then ‘Play The Sound of Ireland’
- Listen through the Christmas FM App, or on TuneIn, on Desktop and Mobile at christmasfm.com
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