In January 2019 Wireless on Flirt FM did an hour-long special feature on the archive, including highlights of the historical recordings and extracts from some of the interviews with those involved.
In 2018 broadcast historian Eddie Bohan launched his exhibition of Irish pirate radio history. The exhibition is travelling around Ireland during 2018 and 2019 to commemorate the end of the pirate era and the start of licensed radio.
Here’s an interview with Eddie Bohan about the exhibition and the importance of pirate radio history. The exhibition was launched at the South Dublin County Library in Tallaght in May 2018. The interview was first broadcast on Wireless on Flirt FM in April 2018.
Here’s a selection of interviews with some of those who came along to the launch of the exhibition in Tallaght: Jimmy McCabe (Radio Milinda), Dermot Butler (Radio Dublin and KIC FM), Chris Murray (Radio Dublin and now LMFM) and Eric Moore (LLCR and Smile FM and now RTÉ Gold). This report was first broadcast on Wireless on Flirt FM in May 2018.
In this interview from Wireless on Flirt FM, Nick Richards spoke to John Walsh about his pirate radio past, especially KISS FM in Monaghan. Before the interview we hear a recording of Nick on KISS in March 1988.
On October 20th 2018 over 100 radio anoraks gathered in the Ballsbridge Hotel Dublin. The purpose was to meet and record oral history of the pirate radio era.
Eoin Ronayne talks about his days at WLR, his path to journalism and RTE Radio 2. The interviewer is John Walsh and was broadcast on Wireless on Flirt FM in November 2018.