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This article is about the Irish radio station. For Apple's Internet radio service, see iTunes Radio.
Broadcast area Midlands, North-East, West, North-West
Slogan Music is i
Frequency 96.9 MHz, 102.1-106.7 MHz
First air date 7 February 2008
Format Contemporary, youth oriented (15-34 age group)

iRadio is a regional radio station in the Republic of Ireland that broadcasts to the north-east, midlands, north-west and west of the state. The station is one of four regional youth oriented stations that were licensed by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland to challenge the current duopoly in the 15 to 34 age bracket for those outside Dublin by national stations RTÉ 2fm and Today FM. It was created by the merger of i102-104FM and i105-107FM in 2011.

The station is based in Athlone and broadcasts to 15 counties between the frequencies of 102.1 MHz and 104.4 MHz (96.9 Donegal) in the north-west and 104.7 MHz and 106.7 MHz in the north-east, as well as offering an online stream.[1]



Time Show Presenter(s)
23.50-05.50 Ceol i rith na hOiche Michaela Hayes
05.50-06.50 iRise Louise Clarke
06.50-09.50 iWake Up Steven Cooper and Oonagh O'Carroll
09.50-12.50 iWork Simon Murdoch
12.50-14.50 TakeOver Mark Cunning
14.50-17.50 iGo Home Luke O'Faolain
17.50-21.50 IRL Michaela Hayes
20.50-23.50 The Cracked i Ed Roche & Eleanor Fitzgerald aka. Ed & Fitzy


Time Show Presenter(s)
06.50-09.50 The best of iWake Up Dave O'Connor and Oonagh O'Carroll
09.50-13.50 iPlay Lisa Brady
13.50-14.50 The Corona Hour Ezeke Gray
14.50-17.50 iWeekender Louise Clarke
17.50-19.50 Justiy's Jungle Justiy
19.50-21.50 Saturday Night i Liam Tutty
21.50-00.50 Cooper's Club Collection Steven Cooper


Time Show Presenter(s)
06.50-09.50 The best of iGo Home
09.50-13.50 Sunday Service Gary & Caoimhe
13.50-17.50 Old Skool Sunday Ray Shah
17.50-21.50 iTest Louise Clarke
21.50-23.50 IRL Biggest iSongs of the Week Michaela Hayes


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