Trixabell wrote: »
Ronan, what is the text line for the daily mail Christmas message thingy that is being published for this wednesday's paper? Theres a gang of us in work dying to get our messages in for that but despite sending texts into the station we still are none the wiser (Noel announced the message during his show but said he's announce it later!!! )
We wanna get the messages in soon before the closing time, but we cant access the Christmas FM website in work and the friggin Daily mail is sold out in the shop next to our office, so we're clueless! Can you send on the number and instructions asap. Thanks!
CombatCow wrote: »
Seriously!? they play it like every 2 hours. lol actually it's on now :pac:
That_Guy wrote: »
I've sent in at least 30 euro worth of texts and not once have I heard The Fairytale Of New York.
Well worth the good cause though. BUT PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLAY IT SOON.
I could YouTube it but there's something magical about hearing it on the radio knowing that thousands more are listening to it too...... Is that a bit sad? Maybe.
I'm actually gonna send 4 or 5 texts in now saying "That Guy from boards.ie wants to hear The Fairy Tale Of New York"
Micky Dolenz wrote: »
You can listen on line from anywhere.
VanZan wrote: »
Yes you're quite right but I meant for normal radios when I'm away from the pc and I don't have an internet radio.
TheCostumeShop.ie (Ronan) wrote: »
We're planning on transmitting on 4 temporary licenses this year, its still in development so fingers crossed. Dublin, Wicklow, Cork and Galway.
No plans for limerick unfortunately, but depending on where the signal transmits from you might get it on the Galway side of limerick.
Thanks for the interest guys, means a lot to us all that were not the only one thinking about Christmas in the middle of the summer.