Thursday February 20, 2020

Chris Cary deserves his place in radio's Hall of Fame

It took a rogue to blaze a trail for independent radio in Ireland

14th October, 2018

‘Those of you who know me will know I’m pretty cynical about awards,” said Ian Wilson. “But on this occasion I’m willing to make an exception.”

Wilson was the original Dave Fanning show producer, enfant terrible at RTÉ Radio and a recent recipient of an IMRO Hall of Fame award. And so a man more used to being a thorn in the side of the establishment accepted...

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