South East Radio

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South East Radio is an Irish radio station, broadcasting at: 95.6; 96.2, and 96.4 MHz. Its broadcasts across Co. Wexford from studios in a 19th Century Georgian-Styled former bank branch, located on Wexford's quay.

The station successfully bid against Community Radio Wexford, another pirate radio station for the single available licence.. The winning consortium had won the licence based on an application and an oral presentation given in Waterford on April 27, 1989. The station launched at 3pm on October 20, 1989. The first two pieces of music aired by the station were 'Boolavogue' by Paddy Reilly and 'Gone Forever' by Cry Before Dawn. The station was initially assigned 99.2fm by the IRTC. This was changed in the early to mid-1990s to allow for another licence to be granted to Lyric FM.

The initial name to be used by the station was Slaneyside. The name change to South East Radio came into effect in summer 1989 prior to the launch. RTE broadcaster Noel Andrews was recruited to head up the programming side of the station in the first year. he worked with then General Manager Clive Roylance in recruiting on air presenters.

The initial line up was as follows:

7am - Breakfast with John Keogh10am - Alan McGuire2pm - Talk programme with Marian Egan3pm - jarlath Judge7pm - Specialist Programming8pm - Various Presenters including Stephen Dee, Joe Howlin, Noel Quaid10pm - Late Night Affait with Jimmy Ryanm2am - Close

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