Ken O’Callaghan
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Ken O’Callaghan


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Track 1: Working with RTÉ in 1963. Track 2: He recalls his early days working in Henry Street at the GPO. Track 3: The reasons why he was transferred to the studio in Cork in 1969. He outlines the programmes that he was involved in. Track 4: The impact of the pirate radio stations and the beginning of local radio by RTÉ. He discusses the reasons why RTÉ Cork came to an end in 1999, and his favourite moments over forty-four years in the industry. Track 5: He recalls the broadcasters in the Cork studio over the years. He also discusses the reasons for his retirement from RTÉ.

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Disk, MP3

Audio series:

Cork Theatrical Collection


128 kbps

Download time limit:

48 hours

File size(s):

6.56 MB, 5.01 MB, 7.83 MB, 4.81 MB, 25.63 MB

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Product ID:



A sound engineer in RTÉ

Recorded by:

Maurice O’Keeffe