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103.2 Dublin City FM is the trading name for Dublin Public Service Radio Association CLG. We are a non profit and voluntary organisations broadcasting radio programmes under license from the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Our license covers community and special interest broadcasting.   Our company consists of various categories which make up our Board of Directors all of whom are voluntary. Our […]

As a certain TV programme would say ‘We have one for everyone in the audience’. Well our one is a programme that you like and a subject matter you are interested in. We broadcast over 100 programmes a week on a diverse and variety of subjects. They come under the headings of Arts & Entertainment, Multicultural, News & Current Affairs, Niche Music, Special […]

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Stay Safe and Stay Home Fangtastic news in these scary times… The North Ease Inner City Big Scream is back! The deadly fun for the 2020 Big Scream Festival has already begun. 31 Screams of Halloween Enter the challenges on Facebook and Instagram during this bewitching month and be in with a chance to….. Win [...]
HSE.ie The HSE website has updated factual information and advice regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) HSE.ie If you develop a fever or any respiratory symptoms contact your GP or HSELive on 1850 241 850. Community Response Forums Do you need help getting with shopping for food, medicines or fuel? Dublin City Council has launched a dedicated confidential support [...]
For live traffic updates between 7-10am and 4-7pm, tune into LiveDrive on 103.2 Dublin City FM. We'll be keeping you entertained with great music too! You can follow us on twitter at LiveDrive. Transport for Ireland are keeping us all going throughout the country. Have a look at their news page for the latest information [...]

Updated 7th January 2020 Dear Listener, Due to COVID-19, we will be making some temporary changes to our schedule. Some of our programmes, especially ones that cover events, such as our sport, culture and arts programmes, may not be broadcast in their usual format. When this happens, we will endeavour to broadcast an archive programme […]