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RTÉ Lyric FM

RTÉ Lyric FM

Country: Ireland, Limerick
Genre:Classical Music
Phone:(061) 207 300
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RTÉ Lyric FM - Where Life Sounds Better

RTÉ lyric fm is an Irish classical-music radio station, owned by the public-service broadcaster Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ). The station, which is based in Limerick, was launched in 1999 and is available on FM in Ireland, on satellite, on Sky Digital in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and via the Internet.

Aodan Ó Dubhghaill, Head of RTÉ lyric fm radio internet, said: “Without doubt RTÉ lyric fm is for listeners that are looking for a real alternative. With an increase in people tuning to the station ‘where life sounds better’ across weekends, there is something to satisfy everyone’s taste for specialist or more mainstream music.”

Lyric FM live stream available 24/7 on the LiveRadio platform.


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John Kelly's Mystery Train is a credit to Eire's creative genius. Long may it Live!
I've been texting in to your competitions to 51554 but they don't deliver. Is it because I have an apple phone? Very annoying indeed. Love your show Marty.
Listen to you all the time.....why do you not display the piece of music that is currently playing on the Lyric page....BBC 3 do it. Thank you.
Great way to start my day listening to Marty and taking my first coffee, Molly the sprollie (spaniel collie mix) is a great fan, great work Lyric.
Listening to Lyric FM in Portugal cannot be overrated. Great music presented by knowledgeable presenters throughout the day. Thanks for keeping this OAP sane in the crazy world we now occupy!
Morning Marty from Co Wexford. I listen to morning show every day, great way to start the day. On quote today 27.1.21. About were all in this together, nice little quote.
Every New Years Day I listen to the Waltzes, Polkas and all.. A new one this year The Gold and Silver Waltz. Nothing like the RTE Orchestra to open up the room and move us all to flow into the year ahead. Engaging with the music stays with me and brings lots of positive emotions which I store up for the challenging times. So grateful for the opportunity to hear your music. A Heart Felt Thank you. Dublin Level 5.
I listen from California USA. Great station Merry Christmas and hoping for a better year in 2021
John Kelly is playing a lovely mellow set of tunes this evening!
Greetings from the East Coast of England!
Long live Radio
excellent station thanks for lighting up these dark days
...and of course not to overlook the versatile John Kelly and the always surprising Bernard Clarke!! Incidentally, obsit omen, it's great to see that this thread is free from obnoxious trolls! Best to all.
Listening in San Miguel de Salinas, loving it, Keep her goin Marty.
Chris Black , Thank you for the complement we try our best here and we are glad you are enjoying the music .
In the midst of all the madness what a release Marty in the morning wonderful mix of music, chat and Hugo of course. Thank you.
Sitting here in Mataró, Catalunya at 15:46 on 19th March 2020 listening to LyricFM is like finding an oasis in the middle of all he madness.
I have been tuning in here in HK for nearly 20 years to Lyricfm and find it most relaxing. Turning on "Music through the Night" at 8 am HK time (Midnight in Ireland) sets up the day nicely. I used to enjoy Trish Taylors morning programme until she moved to a Sunday afternoon programme. Now of course it is Marty that I enjoy every weekday and George Hamilton scores on Sunday - not so many travel stories nowadays George! Bye the way does Trish do any broadcasting now. Many thanks to all at Lyric, keep up the good work.
Great show altogether ..... :) I wish the mp3's attempt of format and bit rate could be improved ! .. to do justice to the music that's all, especially these kind of frequencies, deserve better
I still miss the presenter of Gloria on Sunday mornings. Tim Thurston was his name. I never did find out why he was made redundant overnight especially as he was doing a magnificent job. He was brilliant at jazz too. Does anyone know why RTE got rid of him?
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